Zimbabwe News

Hundreds of 🇪🇹Ethiopians Return Home from Saudi Arabia Jails⛓

About 400 Ethiopian migrants serving prison sentences in Saudi Arabia returned home on Wednesday, state-linked Fana Broadcasting Corporate reports.

The returnees were welcomed at Bole International Airport, in the capital Addis Ababa, by an official from Ethiopia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Fana did not mention the crimes the returnees had …

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30 Million Condoms🤐 Imported Amid Shortage Fears

Tanzanian health authorities have imported 30 million condoms to curb a shortage reported earlier this year in the East African country.

Many are concerned about the soaring prices of condoms, amid the dwindled distribution of government-provided condoms, the BBC Swahili’s Gilian Kikowe says.

Some guest houses in the commercial …

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Mozambique's🇲🇿 Frelimo Appears Headed for Big Election🗳 Win

Unofficial results in Mozambique’s elections point to sweeping victories for the ruling Frelimo party and President Filipe Nyusi, prompting some analysts to question the credibility of the polls and warn that the lopsided result may prolong the country’s instability.

Mozambique’s electoral commission has not released any official …

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Guinea: Several Protesters ⚰Killed, Wounded in Protests

At least seven Guinean demonstrators were killed this week by security forces during ongoing protests against a possible constitutional change to allow President Alpha Conde to run for a third or even a fourth term, according to media reports on Wednesday.

Seven protesters were killed and another 70 wounded in …

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"The Land Audit👎 Was A Major Flop" - Report

The national land audit has been described as a huge failure as some of the most powerful people in the country have retained multiple farms and have not been exposed by the audit.

A source to the Zim Morning Post has claimed that some of these powerful people successfully changed …

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DIDG Responds👊 To Govt's Termination Of US$400M Deal With NRZ

The Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG) has responded to the cancellation of the US400 million deal they had with the National Railways of Zimbabwe that was meant to rehabilitate the railway parastatal of Zimbabwe.

The head of DIDG, Donovan Chimhandamba, signalled on Wednesday that his company could take legal action …

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"Govt Denies It, But There's No Commitment👀 In Implementing Genuine Reforms"

The Inter-Ministerial Task Force on Legislative Alignment (IMT) mandated with the alignment of the country's various legislations to the Constitution has questioned the country's commitment to implementing genuine reforms.

In its report, the IMT said that the legislative alignment process which has been ongoing since 2013 has been not been …

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Corruption-Accused Mupfumira Ejected🚫 From Zanu PF Politburo Meeting

Former Minister of tourism, Prisca Mupfumira, who is on trial for corruption, was reportedly ejected from a Politburo meeting at ZANU PF Headquarters in Harare today.

A picture of Mupfumira (above) apparently leaving the meeting was posted online by a Twitter account affiliated to the party @zanupf_patriots

Mupfumira is currently …

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Leo Mugabe Criticized Abandoning🚱 Harare Water Project

Leo Mugabe, a nephew to the late former President Robert Mugabe, reportedly failed to complete the Oddis Plant project his company and some Israelites were partially paid for by Harare City Council decades ago.

This was revealed by Harare Mayor, Herbert Gomba on Friday during a tour of Morton Jaffray …

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ZCTU Blames👊 Govt For Threats on Leaders' Lives

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president Peter Mutasa has blamed the government for several death threats he has been receiving over the past few months.

Mutasa has asked why people who commit minor offences are arrested while those committing huge crimes are allowed to roam free.

He said:

These …

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Buyanga Demands $4 Million💰 From Lewis Matutu For Defamation

South African based businessman Frank Buyanga has slapped Zanu PF youth league deputy secretary Lewis Matutu with a defamation lawsuit.

Buyanga claimed in his court papers that Matutu named him as a fraudster in a story published in the media on August 7, this year. He said:

The publication referred …

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