Month: December 2018

Basketball star Vitalis Chikoko features in French all star team

Zimbabwean basketball star Vitalis Chikoko at the weekend made history by becoming the first Zimbabwean player to feature in a French all star team. Chikoko’s feats in the domestic French Pro A League saw him line up for the French all star team in a thrilling contest held on Saturday. The Zimbabwean basketball star who […]

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Several feared dead as Wanderer Mine collapses

Several illegal gold panners are feared dead after the collapse of a mine shaft at Wanderer Mine in Shurugwi. The number of people trapped inside is not known but police and experts are on the ground carrying out investigations. It is a treasure trove of gold and at any given time they are thousands of […]

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[Pictures] Walter Magaya Eating Maputi And Sucking Freezit

Flamboyant preacher, founder and leader of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries, Walter Magaya was recently pictured eating roasted corn (maputi) and frozen sugar juice (freezit). Social media was stirred by the pictures and people gave their views. Below are some of the comments. Ukaona murume mukuru saMagaya avakuswerera maputi achiona bhora ziva kuti mubvumbi wekushaya […]

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Zimbabwe records 13 Boxing Day murders

Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba, said police were highly concerned with the recent surge in crimes such as those of passion, assault, rape, attempted murder and murder. “The Zimbabwe Republic Police is concerned with the recent upsurge of violent crimes such as assault, rape, attempted murder, and murder. Thirteen murder cases were […]

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Dogs bite thief’s privates

HARARE – A suspected thief who allegedly used a rod to fish out cell phones and clothes from houses is on the verge of losing his private parts after he was bitten by three dogs as he fled the scene in the wee hours of the morning. Chamunorwa Dick, 43, of Kambuzuma suburb was ravaged by […]

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31 huts burnt at Guta RaJehovah Church in Zvimba… feud over control of temple and shrine

Some 31 huts were burnt at Guta RaJehovah Church in Zvimba in a feud over control of a temple and shrine. Some 31 huts were burnt at Guta RaJehovah Church in Zvimba in a feud over control of a temple and shrine. Congregants woke up to clashes on Christmas day as rival members reportedly attacked […]

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Zimbabwean spent $5000 from his own pocket to put country on Google Street View

The world is far and wide and it will take Google a lot of time to ensure all the countries on the planet are covered through the 360-degree Street View. So, a Zimbabwean decided to put the country on the immersive experience by himself. Tawanda Kanhema, 37, grew up in Zimbabwe before moving to the […]

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Elizabeth Tsvangirai’s beach photos sends social media wild

Photos of the widow of late MDC leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, are circulating on social media in Zimbabwe, with individuals passing comments on them. Elizabeth Tsvangirai was photographed beach attire at an unknown location and apparently shared her photos to her Instagram account.  

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Luke Tamborinyoka and the late Morgan Tsvangirai

Tsvangirai ally re-ignites old MDC succession battles

FORMER MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka has promised to release audio recordings of his late boss’s preferences for successor as the battle for his successor rages on within the main opposition party. Tamborinyoka, who is MDC director of communications, said this in an opinion piece he published with the local media. Tsvangirai died […]

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Zimbabwe suspends student nurse recruitment

HARARE – Government through the ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) has announced the suspension of the recruitment of student nurses with effect from May 2019. In a letter addressed to all provincial medical officers, chief executive officers, medical superintendents and schools of nursing, Health permanent secretary Gerald Gwinji informed the stakeholders of the development. […]

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