Day: January 18, 2019

Kirsty Coventry Speaks on Resignation From Zimbabwe Government Over Protests

YOUTH, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kirsty Leigh Coventry has responded to media reports she had resigned as government Minister in protest against the government’s handling of protests that occurred across Zimbabwe on Monday. Coventry, who has travelled to Lausanne, Switzerland, for a meeting of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) meetings, was shocked by social media […]

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Zimbabwe orders total shutdown of the internet again, says Econet

Zimbabwean authorities again ordered a complete shutdown of the internet on Thursday night, as security forces continue a crackdown against critics of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government. The country’s largest mobile phone network, Econet Wireless, said in an early morning SMS to its over 6,5 million subscribers on Friday that authorities had ordered them to switch […]

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Evan Mawarire charged with subversion, faces 20 years if convicted

HARARE — Political activist Evan Mawarire was charged in court on Thursday with subverting the government, punishable by up to 20 years in jail, after violent protests this week that were met by a brutal crackdown from security forces. Mawarire was arrested on Wednesday and initially charged by police with the lesser crime of inciting […]

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Lloyd Mubingi

ZIMRA boss fined $15 for using abusive language

A Zimra boss based in Chiredzi has been convicted and fined $15 for using abusive language against a subordinate. Lloyd Mubingi who is a station manager violated Section 88C of the Postal and Telecommunications Act Chapter 12:05 when he threatened Joseph Mutezo, a Revenue Officer. Mubingi appeared before Magistrate Rodgers Mawarire on December 19, 2018 […]

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Robert Mugabe’s Private Secretary Spills the Beans

Mnangagwa, Chiwenga used to hold Mugabe hostage ED overruled Mugabe on Army, Chinese in diamonds investments By MATTHEW TAKAONA HARARE – There is an overstatement of Mugabe’s power when he was still in office as there are several instances in which the man was held hostage and his decisions overturned by his then Vice, Emmerson […]

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Prisoners Smuggle Sperm Out of Jail

Five-year-old Amir’s life began inside a foil bag of hazelnut wafer biscuits.  The boy’s father, Ashraf, is one of around 6 000 Palestinian prisoners inside Israeli jails. On June 20, 2013, Amir’s mother, Fathiya, went to see her husband her in prison. During their brief visit, Ashraf gave his wife the bag of biscuits and […]

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