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Mugabe cabinet reshuffle throws analysts off the rails

October 10 2017 – FOXY Zimbabwean president Mugabe threw analysts off the rails in his recent cabinet reshuffle by not firing embattled vice president Emmerson Mnangwagwa or putting Jonathan Moyo in Information as widely anticipated in view of the upcoming 2018 elections. Neither did he appoint his increasingly powerful wife Grace into cabinet either. Instead Mugabe, moved Home Affairs Minister ... Read More »

Zim man kills another in SA work dispute

October 10 2017 – BARELY a month after a Zimbabwean killed a fellow compatriot and injured several others in Joburg, another Zimbabwean has been killed by in SA, after a disgruntled countryman and subordinate poured sulphuric acid on him. Ndumiso Luphahla (32), who was a manager at Ocean Basket succumbed to the injuries on Monday last week a few days ... Read More »

Could Grace be in Cabinet this time next week?

October 08 2017 – President Robert Mugabe has announced an imminent reshuffle to his cabinet, the first since 2015, and likely the last ahead of key elections next year. Who’ll be reshuffled? Here’s what Zimbabweans are saying: Blow for Emmerson Mnangagwa & Co.? President Mugabe got back from New York two weeks ago to declare that foreign currency and fuel ... Read More »

Zim SA embassy pulls out of Grace Mugabe case

October 07 2017 – THE North Gauteng High Court has ordered that the Zimbabwean embassy should file an affidavit in seven days stating whether or not they are representing Grace Mugabe, who is accused of assaulting a 20-year-old South African model. Acting Judge Harshila Koovertjie made the order in a matter in which Gabriella Engels and Afriforum are asking the ... Read More »

SA struggling with balancing skilled migrants and unemployed citizens

October  06 2017 – MIGRATION  issues were “highly politicised” because they involve power relations and contestation for space and scarce resources, says SA minister of Home Affairs,  Hlengiwe Mkhize. “Migration issues are highly politicised, they are about power relations amongst those who are migrating and the receiving countries. It’s about contestation of space and scarce resources,” she says addressing the University ... Read More »

SA robbers kill man in Zim bound minibus

October 5 2017 – ONE MAN died and eight other people were lucky to survive when gunmen opened fire on a minibus carrying Zimbabweans leaving SA a for home on Tuesday this week. SAPS said the shooting happened at Westernburg outside Polokwane along the N1 highway at around 4am.  “The police in Westenburg outside Polokwane have launched a massive manhunt ... Read More »

SA best neighbour one can ever have with marriage and cultural ties – Mugabe

October 3 2017 – VISITING Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday(today) showered praises on SA President Jacob Zuma and the Pretoria authorities for the cordial relations existing between the neighbouring African countries. “Comrade President [Zuma], it is often said one can choose his or her friends but he or she cannot choose one’s neighbours. Let me assure you that had ... Read More »

Nightmarish start for ZEP applicants at VFS

October 3 2017 – MANY ZEP applicants are being turned back to go sort out their paperwork, for failing to comply with the requirements. According to reports most people are being turned back for failing to print their proof of payment. “If you made your payment online using your credit card or EFT please make sure you print the proof ... Read More »

SA gears for Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s visit

October 2  2017 – ZIMBABWEAN and SA spent the day on Monday (today), holding preliminary discussions which precede President Robert Mugabe’s official visit to Pretoria.  “We meet here today to assess progress in the implementation of bilateral projects since our last BNC [Bi-National Commission] in Harare, in November 2016. The senior officials have met for the past two days in preparation ... Read More »

Mnangagwa fires warning shots on poisoning

October 2 2017  – ZIMBABWEAN deputy president Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly opened up for the first time on his food poisoning scare, saying, he was indeed poisoned.Mnangagwa was flown to South Africa for medical attention after he started vomiting and having diarrhea while attending a presidential youth interface rally held in Gwanda in August.”I have come to tell you that ... Read More »

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