Zimbabwe

ZIM 🙋Ready for Africa🏉 Women's 7⃣s Tourney

Zimbabwe women's Sevens rugby team coach Abigail Kawonza says her charges are relishing the opportunity to test themselves against some of the continent's top teams during 2018 Africa Women's Sevens tournament which gets underway on Saturday in Botswana.

Affectionately known as the Lady Cheetahs, the Zimbabwe side will battle it …

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👔Mnangagwa Bows🙏 to Chinese🇨🇳 Pressure

The Zimbabwean government has bowed to Chinese pressure and will restore Anjin Investment's operating licence after finalisation of the new diamond policy, nearly three years after the entity was stopped from mining in Chiadzwa, the Zimbabwe Independent can reveal.

Last week, President Emmerson Mnangagwa hinted that government would consider roping …

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How ️⚽️Musona's Big Move🤝 Was Signed, 💰Sealed

Zimbabwe captain Knowledge Musona is likely to have cost Belgian giants Anderlecht more than €6 million (about US$7 million), the second biggest transfer in the history of a Zimbabwean footballer, to secure his signature on a four-year deal.

Details of the financial deal which took Musona from KV Oostende …

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Zanu-PF🙋‍♂️ Youth League Wants🔊 Jabulani Back

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The Zanu-PF Youth League here has described former war veterans leader Mr Jabulani Sibanda as a visionary who should be readmitted by the party.

Mr Sibanda was expelled from Zanu-PF in 2014 on allegations of indiscipline.

He was accused of various transgressions, among them disrespecting former …

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Cabinet Asks Israeli Defence 💪 Force to Withdraw from Gaza Strip 😱

South Africa's Cabinet called on the Israeli Defence Force to withdraw from the Gaza strip and bring to an end "the violent and destructive" incursions into Palestinian territories.

Presenting the outcomes of Wednesday's Cabinet meeting to the media on Thursday, Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane said: "Cabinet condemned in the strongest …

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Prince William to visit Israel and Palestinian territories

The Duke of Cambridge is to visit Israel, the Palestinian territories and Jordan in the summer. His five-day trip will begin in Amman, the capital of Jordan, on Sunday 24 June and end in Jerusalem. He will also visit the Jordanian city of Jerash, Tel Aviv in Israel and the …

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Record US fentanyl bust 'enough to kill 26 million people'

Nearly 120lbs (54kg) of fentanyl, a powerful synthetic painkiller, has been seized by police in Nebraska - one of the largest busts in US history. The drugs, seized last month, could kill over 26 million people, according to estimates by the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Police found the fentanyl in …

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Brazil reaches deal with hauliers to suspend fuel strike

The Brazilian government has reached a deal with haulage companies to suspend protests over high diesel prices. The protests will be halted for 15 days, the government announced, as it promised to scrap fuel taxes and use subsidies to maintain a 10% reduction in pump prices announced on Wednesday. Hauliers …

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😎Morgan Freeman Apologises 🙏 After Sex Harassment😨 Claims

US film star Morgan Freeman has apologised following allegations of sexual misconduct made by eight women and several other people.

"Anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows I am not someone who would intentionally offend or knowingly make anyone feel uneasy," he said in a statement.

He …

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Africa’s Longest 🇬🇼Serving Leader💫 to Visit Mugabe🤝

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Equatorial Guinea President and Africa’s longest-serving leader, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasongo, who is on a two-day official state visit to Zimbabwe is set to visit former president and longtime friend, Robert Mugabe at his Blue Roof mansion in Borrowdale today.

Mbasongo is Mugabe’s friend …

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SA🇿🇦 Firm to 📑Supply Paper for ZIM 🗳Ballots: Report

A South African firm will provide paper for the ballots in this year’s election in Zimbabwe, and the papers themselves will be printed inside the country, a newspaper said on Friday.

"The Zimbabwe Independent understands that South Africa-based Mondi Shanduka had been contracted to supply newsprint to be used …

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