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Awards for Cape Town based Zim achievers in April

JOHANNESBURG  – IN A BID to recognise Zimbabwe talent in  start to recognise  SA, Shamstone Production&Entertainment& Impress Clothing, will be hosting  Cape Town’s first ever Zimbabwean Excellence Gala Dinner Awards 2015  on the 4th of April this year. The red carpet event seeks to recognize and acknowledge individuals and companies that are flying the Zimbabwean flag high in Cape Town. ... Read More »

SA cabinet yet to decide on foreign ownership of land

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CAPE TOWN  – CABINET is still to decide whether the announced ban on foreign land ownership will apply to all categories of land, Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom said on Sunday. “In many countries they make a distinction between agricultural and urban land,” the former land minister told reporters in Cape Town. “So these are some of the details that are ... Read More »

Cannibalism accused Zim man is unlikely to rehabilitated, says SA expert

CAPE TOWN –  A ZIMBABWEAN man who mutilated his ex-client’s lover poses a high level of risk to society and has little chance of being rehabilitated, the Western Cape High Court heard on Monday. Police psychologist Major Hayden Knibbs came to this conclusion after interviewing 35-year-old Andrew Chimboza and looking at his trial transcript. He was presenting his report to ... Read More »

Awards for Cape Town based, Zim achievers on the cards

JOHANNESBURG  – IN A BID to recognise Zimbabwe talent in  start to recognise  SA, Shamstone Production&Entertainment& Impress Clothing, will be hosting  Cape Town’s first ever Zimbabwean Excellence Gala Dinner Awards 2015  on the 4th of April this year. The red carpet event seeks to recognize and acknowledge individuals and companies that are flying the Zimbabwean flag high in Cape Town. ... Read More »

Zim man elected regional meteorological body president

CAPE VERDE- ZIMBABWEAN, Director of the Meteorological Services Department in Zimbabwe, Dr Amos Makarau has been elected president of the World Meteorological Organisation Africa Regional Association at a meeting held in Cape Verde recently. Makarau was elected unanimously and will serve as president for the next four years . He will be deputised by  Daouda Konate of Ivory Coast. This ... Read More »

EFF claims cops will ‘mandhandle’ MPs during SONA as Mngixtama presser is disrupted

JOHANNESBURG – THE EFF claims police plan to “manhandle” its MPs during President Jacob Zuma’s state-of-the-nation address in Parliament on Thursday evening. “[We] have it on good authority that Parliament and the ANC police have planned to manhandle and arrest EFF MPs for things they will say inside Parliament during the state-of-the-nation address,” spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement. ... Read More »

Protests rock UKZN and the East Rand

DURBAN – PROTESTS  erupted  at  three of the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s campuses on Thursday with at least one person  hospitalised  and another arrested. University spokesman Lesiba Seshoka said  they did know the reasons behind the protests , which were staged at the university’s Westville and Edgewood campuses in Durban, as well as the Pietermaritzburg campus. “We are unaware of the ... Read More »

Heatwave hits Gauteng and North West

JOHANNESBURG – THE South African Weather Service on Monday issued a heatwave advisory for Gauteng and the North West. “In Gauteng it started on Saturday and is expected to end tomorrow,” the service said. The western parts of the North West, including Vryburg, Bloemhof and Klerksdorp, were expected to feel the heat until Wednesday. The service said the heatwave was ... Read More »

SA minister gives Mugabe the thumbs up as AU chair

PRETORIA – PRETORIA – ZIMBABWE’s President Robert Mugabe chaired the African Union’s two-day heads of state summit in a professional manner, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Monday. “He was elected unanimously by his peers as the chair for 2015 and we think he chaired the meeting at the AU very well. We have no qualms about it,” she ... Read More »

Zuma pledges to protect foreigners in SA

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JOHANNESBURG – PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma on assured high commissioners and ambassadors that  all  foreigners in South Africa will be protected. “We will ensure that all our people, including foreign nationals, always feel enveloped by an abiding sense of security wherever they are in the country,” he said in a speech prepared for delivery. “In this regard, our law enforcement agencies ... Read More »

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