Zimbabwe

Chamisa Calls🔎 for Probe into the ☠Gukurahundi Massacres

Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has called for a probe into the Gukurahundi Massacres where 20 000 people were allegedly killed by the Zimbabwe National Army in the 1980s in Matabeleland and Midlands regions. The Gukurahundi massacres were carried out in order to destroy a rebellion by former liberation fighters …

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Severe Drought🚱 Threatens Livelihoods😣 in Rural Zimbabwe

A severe drought in the dry Matabeleland region is threatening the livelihoods of the local people and their livestock. Water reservoirs have reportedly dried up and domestic animals are under threat.

A villager who spoke to NewZimbabwe said

"This year’s drought has been severe. Our cattle are dying because …

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Mnangagwa’s Daughter💔 Files for Divorce

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s daughter, Tasiwa Nancy Dambudzo, has filed for divorce alleging that her husband of 17-years fathered children out of wedlock and physically assaulted her when she questioned his infidelity.

On 26 March 2018, Tasiwa’s husband David Johnson Ndawana Mparuri entered an appearance to defend his wife …

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Biti Urges👊 Manyeruke to Resign❌ from Motlanthe Commission

MDC deputy national chairperson Tendai Biti urged Charity Manyeruke to resign stating that she is compromised since she is a member of Zanu-PF.

Biti also questioned the inclusion of Commissioner Rodney Dixon whom he accused of speaking on behalf of military governments.

Said Biti:

"I have a problem with commissioner …

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Zimbabwe's MDC Sets Date🗓 for Nationwide Anti-Govt🔊 Protests

Zimbabwe's main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party, is reportedly planning to hold nationwide demonstration on Thursday against the worsening economic conditions in the southern African country.

According to NewsDay, MDC party spokesperson, Jacob Mafume confirmed the protests date, adding that the party has since issued a notice to …

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Bargain-Hunting Zim💸 Shoppers Throng Musina on 🗓Black Friday

A significant number of shoppers crossed the border to neighbouring South Africa on Friday hunting for bargains. People from different parts of the country thronged Beitbridge border town last week on Thursday and Friday en route to South Africa.

Black Friday is an international shopping day which comes a day …

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Maziwisa, Pambuka⚖ Judgment Date Set

Judgment in the fraud case involving former Highfield National Assembly representative Psychology Maziwisa and former ZBC News anchor Oscar Pambuka has been set for December 6.

The pair is being accused of duping Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) of over $12 000 after claiming to have done publicity work.

Allegations are …

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Zim Launches💫 ‘16 Days’ Campaign

Zimbabwe joined the rest of the world yesterday as it launched the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence campaign, which is meant to raise awareness on gender based violence and its effects on women. Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda and the Ambassador of the Netherlands …

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