Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean Music🎶 Legend Oliver Mtukudzi Dies⚰

Jazz musician Oliver Mtukudzi has passed away, according to multiple news sources in Zimbabwe.

A tweet was initially sent out by Zimbabwean publication Masvingo Mirror.

According to the tweet, the publication “has it on good authority that he died two hours ago in the ICE at Avenues Clinic in Harare …

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Makandiwa Cleared👍 in “Fake Prophecy” Case

****The High Court in Harare has dismissed 6 “Fake Prophecy” claims against Emmanuel Makandiwa and wife, Ruth Makandiwa, as “false, frivolous and vexatious.”

The leader of United Family International Church and his wife were dragged to the high court by Upenyu Mashangwa in 2017 over claims that they had falsely …

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Chatunga Mugabe Taunts👎 Mnangagwa For Lacking👀 Common Sense

Former President Robert Mugabe’s son Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe has savaged President Emmerson Mnangagwa for lacking common sense. Writing on Twitter Chatunga did not refer to the President by name but makes it clear that his message is aimed at Mnangagwa.

Chatunga said:

"Ruka Chivende must appoint Minister of Common …

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Zimbabwe Set To Host 🏆Cosafa Cup 2019️⚽️

Zimbabwe has been provisionally awarded the right to host 2019 Cosafa Cup, the annual Southern African championship in May, subject to getting a government guarantee.

Zimbabwe are defending champions and record six-time winners.

The Cosafa Cup is set to be held 19 May and 1 June just before the African …

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Grain Worth $3 Million💰 Looted During Last Weeks’ Protest

Bulawayo shops that were looted and destroyed by violent protesters last week lost stock from the Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) worth more than $3 million.

Speaking after touring milling companies in Bulawayo yesterday, GMAZ chairman Mr Tafadzwa Musarara said last week’s disturbances left businesses counting huge losses …

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Zimbabwe Seeks US$500 Million💸 Credit Lines In 🇨🇭Switzerland

Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube is set to negotiate for US$500 million in credit lines with three unnamed private financiers at the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

In an interview with Bloomberg in Davos yesterday, Ncube said if accessed, the loans would be used to …

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