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Zuma and whole cabinet must go – ANC stalwart

May 14 2017 – SA urgently needs a change in political leadership and a reshaped economic policy, ANC stalwart Mathews Phosa said on(today) Sunday. Delivering the OR Tambo memorial lecture in East London, the veteran ANC member called for the resignation of President Jacob Zuma, the entire cabinet, National Assembly, and ANC national executive committee (NEC). SA was in dire ... Read More »

Rape accused Nigerian pastor illegally in SA

May 12 2017  – A NIGERIAN  pastor charged with human trafficking and sexual assault was found to have been living in South Africa “illegally” after it was discovered that at least one of his permits were “issued fraudulently”, it emerged in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on(today) Friday. Testifying in the pastor’s bail application, senior immigration officer, Ivan Klaasen, said ... Read More »

Kasukwere denies Malema alliance Mugabe ouster

May 11 2017- LOCAL government minister and Zanu-PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere has denied reports that he is working in cahoots with SA’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema to topple  Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe. Last Sunday the state run weekly the Sunday Mail  alleged that Kasukuwere and Malema were plotting a coup against Mugabe who is  battling factionalism within his ... Read More »

Foreign owned shops looted in Coligny

May 10  2017  – AT LEAST  30 shops owned by  non SA citizens  have been looted in Coligny in the North West since the outbreak of community protests, a local businessman said on (today) Wednesday. “I am left with nothing, they took everything in my shop, they even took the cups I used to drink water,” says  businessman Mahammed Rubel. ... Read More »

Zimbabwean kids sex abuse widespread – UN

May 9  2017 – SEXUAL violence against  is widespread in Zimbabwe  with close to one in 10 girls aged 15-17 years old having been a victim of forced sexual intercourse or a forced sexual act, says UNICEF with its goodwill ambassador, actress Priyanka Chopra calling  for more protection of child victims of sexual violence. “No woman, and most definitely no child, should ever ... Read More »

Reports link Malema and Kasukwere in Mugabe ouster

May 7 2017 – MANY  are rolling around with laughter in Harare on (today) Sunday after the state-controlled Sunday Mail newspaper said that Julius Malema is in a deal with Zanu-PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere to topple President Robert Mugabe, 93, and that their plot was backed by a former British ambassador to South Africa, Robin Renwick. The allegations have ... Read More »

More Zimbabwean men commit suicide

 May 7  2017 — CASES  of suicide are on the increase in Zimbabwe with police attributing it to economic challenges and unfaithful spouses, with more men killing themselves than women, says Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba. Caramba is  quoted by the state-run news agency New Ziana Thursday as saying that at least 489 men committed suicide in 2016 ... Read More »

We are not poor, Mugabe tells SA indaba

May 4  2017  – ZIMBABWEAN president , Robert Mugabe, sat slumped in his chair, wringing his hands, as he told a panel discussion on Thursday in a low murmur that his country was not a “fragile state”. Mugabe‘s government is struggling with a debt crisis, a fall in foreign exchange inflows, and acute shortages of cash that have forced banks to ... Read More »

President Mugabe jets into SA

Mugabe confirmed as Zanu-PF presidential candidate

May 2 2017  – PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe arrived in Durban late Tuesday for the 27th World Economic Forum for Africa, accompanied by his finance minister Patrick Chinamasa. Chinamasa is in an optimistic mood given that Zimbabwe recently secured a US$1,7 bn loan to pay off the World Bank and African Development Bank which will help Zimbabwe rejoin the International Monetary Fund ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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