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e-Tolls likely to be reviewed

JOHANNESBURG – THE  SA National Roads Agency Limited will implement the final outcomes resulting from the e-toll advisory panel and the upcoming consultation processes, it said on Thursday. “Sanral will be informed about the outcomes of the deliberations via the minister of transport,” said spokesman Vusi Mona. “We will then implement what has been decided should be the way forward.” ... Read More »

Vic Falls birthday bash for Mugabe

HARARE  -ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe plans to celebrate his 91st birthday with a party in the resort town of Victoria Falls, the ruling party’s youth league announced on Thursday. The Zanu-PF youth league members have already started fundraising for the party, which traditionally sees thousands of supporters attending, according to a statement. Donors are expected to hand over “generous” donations ... Read More »

Mujuru allies hit back at purge

HARARE – MEMBERS of a faction of Zimbabwe’s Zanu-PF ruling party loyal to ousted vice-president Joice Mujuru on Tuesday attacked a clique it said was driven by greed. “Power has been centralised into a group of selfish individuals driven by greed and hate. Instead of fostering internal democracy as espoused in the Zanu (PF) founding principles,” according to a statement ... Read More »

Number of elephants in Hwange National Park increases

HARARE -The number of elephants in Zimbabwe’s flagship Hwange National park has increased and could be as high as 50 000 figures showed on Tuesday. “The latest aerial count just conducted suggests a population of about 58000 elephants in Matabeleland North [province], of which the bulk would be in Hwange,” a newsletter from the privately-run Bhejane Trust said. The trust ... Read More »

Zim court stops alleged Grace, farm evictions

HARARE - THE  Zimbabwe High Court on Monday ordered police to stop evicting farmers from their land to make way for a game park allegedly planned by first lady Grace Mugabe, a human rights lawyer said. Reports say police had been planning to evict about 200 people from a farm in Mazowe district, about 40 kilometres north of Harare. About 100 ... Read More »

Matric cheats face three year ban

DURBAN- MATRICULANTS found to have cheated could be banned from writing matric for the next three years, the education department said in Durban on Monday. In addition officials found to be complicit in suspected mass cheating in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape could face criminal charges, basic education department spokesman Elijah Mhlanga told reporters. “Criminal charges? It is a possibility. ... Read More »

MDC- T youths beaten up in Harare

JOHANNESBURG – SEVERAL youths from MDC- T were beaten up in Harare today. Details at the time of going to press were sketchy but zimsinsa sources say  several MDC-T youths were beaten up  with some still missing. While some had  sustained serious injuries and have been admitted at Avenues Clinic in Harare. Sources say they were struck by iron bars ... Read More »

Grace had nothing to do with evictions as Zanu-PF describes her as ‘Kind’

HARARE  – ZIMBABWE’s Grace Mugabe is a “kind-hearted, considerate and magnanimous human being”, the ruling ZANU-PF party said Sunday, denying claims she is behind the evictions of dozens of families near her farm in central Zimbabwe. “Dr Grace is a strong and courageous politician who is not afraid to engage her political opponents on any matter,” ZANU-PF said in a ... Read More »

Limpopo River border under tight police surveillance for illegal immigrants

JOHANNESBURG – THE  police are closely  monitoring the Limpopo River border as dozens of illegal immigrants try to gain access into South Africa. Since the first of January, two people have died and about 80 others arrested while trying to cross the crocodile infested river. The police’s Hangwani Mulaudzi says this is an ongoing problem. “We are not only talking ... Read More »

Thousands retake ANC pledge in Cape Town

CAPE TOWN – SA PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma, ANC office bearers, and thousands of supporters retook the party’s pledge during a mini-rally in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, on Thursday. They were participating in celebrations marking the ANC’s 103rd birthday. Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane led “fellow comrades” in reciting the pledge. “I, Nomvula Mokonyane, solemnly declare that I will abide by ... Read More »

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