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Evangelist Guti jnr dies in SA

December 28 2017 -EVANGELIST Ezekiel Guti Junior, son of the founder of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA Forward in Faith) church, Archbishop Ezekiel Guti, has died. Guti Jr (35) died yesterday in SA where he was battling for his life in intensive care unit (ICU) after he nearly drowned in a swimming pool on Christmas Day. Guti Jr was ... Read More »

ZPF provinces hail VP appointments

December 27 2017 – ZANU-PF provinces have endorsed the decision by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to appoint Retired General Constantino Guvheya Dominic Nyikadzino Chiwenga and Minister of Defence, State Security and War Veterans Kembo Mohadi as his deputies, saying the two bring vast experience that will benefit both the party and the nation. They also said the appointments were in line ... Read More »

Mzembi being probed for corruption?

December 17 2017 – FORMER Cabinet ministers Walter Mzembi and Walter Chidhakwa are being investigated by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission for corruption and abuse of office Zacc sources told The Sunday Mail that there was reasonable suspicion the two pampered themselves with money illegally acquired during their stints in Government. Anti-graft agents are also onto former Secretary for Higher and ... Read More »

Oscar Pistorius in prison cellphone brawl

December 12 2017 – JAILED SA track star Oscar Pistorius suffered a bruise in a fight with another inmate over the use of a phone in prison where he is serving a sentence for murdering his girlfriend, a prison spokesman said on Tuesday. Fellow prisoners were angered by a long phone call he madeand it led to a fight, local ... Read More »

Chivayo arrest reports denied

December 12 2017 – LAWYERS for controversial Harare businessman Wicknell Chivayo have dismissed reports that their client was arrested last weekend, saying he was a free man, who abides by the laws of the country. In a statement, Advocate Thabani Mpofu says Chivayo was never arrested, neither was he found on the wrong side of the law. “Contrary to the ... Read More »

Mixed reactions to Moyo departure as Zim, SA ambassador

SA based Zimbabwean businesses sign MOU

December 11 2017 – DEPENDING on which side of the political divide,one is outgoing Zimbabwean ambassador Isaac Moyo’s departure from one of the country’s key industries has provoked mixed sentiments, as what has become typical in Zimbabwean politics. Reacting to Moyo’s departure from Pretoria, representatives of Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu PF in SA said Moyo’s tenure in Pretoria was characterised with ... Read More »

More than 100 kids repatriated back to Zim from SA

December 10 2017 – MORE than 100 children without travelling documents have been repatriated back to Zimbabwe from South Africa after being smuggled by cross border traders (omalayitsha) in the last week of the just ended school term. Schools closed last Thursday. The children, most of whom are of school going age were travelling to the neighbouring country assumedly for ... Read More »

City building hijackers jailed

December 7 2017 – TWO building hijackers, 58-year-old Kenneth Ntila and 43-year-old Sinethemba Mkhumbuzi, have been sentenced to lengthy prison terms in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court. Ntila was sentenced to 15-years imprisonment o Wednesday and his accomplice Mkhumbuzi got eight years behind bars for fraud related to their unlawfully taking over Angus Mansions in the Inner City. The pair was ... Read More »

Ex deputy PM, Mutambara advances 10 point plan for New Zimbabwe

December 6 2017 – FORMER deputy prime minister of Zimbabwe, Arthur Mutambara, on Wednesday (today) he was advancing a 10-point-agenda, which he believes will turn around the fortunes of Zimbabwe, a former economic powerhouse in the Southern Africa Development Community region. “There are 10 key matters that we need to push the new regime in Zimbabwe to address: reforms electoral, ... Read More »

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