Zimplats, betraying economic aspirations of the people of Mhondoro Ngezi, Chegutu and Zvimba

Zimplats, betraying economic aspirations of the people of Mhondoro Ngezi, Chegutu and Zvimba

Chegutu Rural District chairperson (RDC) and Councillor Tatenda Gwinji has expressed lack of confidence in Zimplats’ sincerity to support investments and enterprise development within the Mhondoro Ngezi Zvimba (MNCZ) Community. The South African owned Zimplats, owned by Impala Platinum Holdings (Implats) signed a deed of trust as a co-founder with the government of Zimbabwe, whereby […]

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WATCH| VID Officer Bashed Over Illicit Relationship With A Married Woman

WATCH| VID Officer Bashed Over Illicit Relationship With A Married Woman

Vehicle Inspectorate Department (VID) officer, is recovering from injuries sustained when his illegal association with a married woman came to light. The VID officer works out of VID Eastlea, where he previously served as an inspector. After her message was seen by the woman’s husband, this relationship was made public. The officer at the VID […]

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What You Need To Know About Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira As He Retires International Rugby Games.

  Tendai is a 34 year old Zimbabwean-born South African rugby player who grew up in Harare. He attended and developed his rugby career at Churchill School and later Peterhouse Boy’s High School. As the World celebrates the Beast as a hero of the South African game today, it is important to note that he […]

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Kenya’s Dancing ‘Jesus’,His Real Name & Secrets

Though most on social media believe the crusade took place in South Africa, the evangelist seems to have been in Kenya. Pictures and videos of an evangelist who was walking and dancing on the streets of Kiserian, a town in Kenya, landed the country on the Twitter trends list at the weekend. Michael Job set […]

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5 Reasons Why The Death Of Gaddafi Is A Major Loss For Libya & Africa

Muammar Abu Meniar el-Gaddafi, son of a Bedouin nomad was born into a poor home in the North African desert, south of Sirte, Libya, in 1942. While a student at a secondary school at Sebha, Gaddafi was inspired by the speeches of Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser and became a committed Arab nationalist. Gaddafi organized […]

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“Dialogue Failure Will Result In Another Military Coup In Zimbabwe,” Says Ex-Finance Minister

MDC Vice President, advocate Tendai Biti, has said that the crises in Zimbabwe demand that the ruling ZANU PF and the MDC have a dialogue to minimise the adverse impacts associated with them. Biti also said that the country was in this messy because of ZANU PF which is clueless on how to address the […]

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