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Beleaguered MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe faces the fresh dilemma of either dumping her current loyalists for the lure of being acting president of an unwelcoming …

There has been a worrying spike in domestic violence across Zimbabwe, as the country entered its third and final week of a nationwide lockdown to …

Zimbabwe has been sidelined by the IMF from debt relief availed by the international lender to cushion against Covid-19 virus. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) …

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Khupe’s dilema

Beleaguered MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe faces the fresh dilemma of either dumping her current loyalists for the lure of being acting president of an unwelcoming but bigger MDC or simply stick to her smaller flock of trusted lieutenants. Khupe was …

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Marriages in trouble over-lockdown

There has been a worrying spike in domestic violence across Zimbabwe, as the country entered its third and final week of a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19. The Musasa Project, a local NGO, says it has already documented …

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Why Zimbabwe didn’t get IMF Covid-19 debt relief

Zimbabwe has been sidelined by the IMF from debt relief availed by the international lender to cushion against Covid-19 virus. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced half a billion United States dollar debt service relief fund for the world’s …

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Coronavirus: Will Zim’s incapacitated health delivery system beat the COVID-19?

The coronavirus has wiped 3 000 people and affected 78 000-plus in well resourced China from its first detection in the Wuhan province. There are widespread concerns of how much damage it would cause to Zimbabwe’s incapacitated health delivery system …

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British bride watches groom die just 13 hours after their wedding

It’s supposed to be one of the happiest times of her life. After two years of dating the man of her dreams, Michelle White from Bristol had finally married Scott Plumley. But the newlywed is heartbroken. Because just 13 hours …

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Khupe’s dilema

Beleaguered MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe faces the fresh dilemma of either dumping her current loyalists for the lure of being…

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Khupe’s dilema

Marriages in trouble over-lockdown

Marriages in trouble over-lockdown

There has been a worrying spike in domestic violence across Zimbabwe, as the country entered its third and final week…

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Why Zimbabwe didn’t get IMF Covid-19 debt relief

Zimbabwe has been sidelined by the IMF from debt relief availed by the international lender to cushion against Covid-19 virus.…

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Why Zimbabwe didn’t get IMF Covid-19 debt relief

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Bulawayo CBD fire destroys 6 cars, building reduced to ashes

A fire broke out in Bulawayo CBD consuming six cars and a building on the intersection of JM Nkomo street and 11th Avenue. A homeless man is alleged to have started the fire in the disused dilapidated building. Firemen struggled for hours to put the fire out.

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Man found in possession of human head, male private parts destined for South Africa

A 22 year old man from Mawane area in Gwanda has been arrested by police after being found in possession of a human head and male private parts in a suspected case of ritual murder. Honest Moyo was arrested on Thursday by police in Guyu following a tip off by …

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Zimbabwe thumps Mozambique in their Cosafa Cup opener

Mozambique 0 Zimbabwe 4 Zimbabwe Warriors thumped their eastern neighbours Mozambique with an impressive 4-0 win to take command of Group B in he earnest. The match which was played at Moruleng Stadium saw former Kaizer Chiefs winger Ovidy Karuru open the scoring on the 43rd minute, before nodding a …

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Zimbabwe and Namibia ban SA poultry imports

Zimbabwe and Namibia have banned poultry imports from South Africa after an outbreak of bird flu. Zimbabwe has indefinitely banned poultry products from SA following an outbreak of the H5N8 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in the Free State and Mpumalanga provinces of SA, reported The Herald, quoting the director of …

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Men kill 4 fellow inmates to get on the death row, mental illness spoil plan

Columbia — Two men’s evil and bizzarre plot to enrol themselves onto the death row by killing fellow inmates has spectacularly failed after it has been discovered mental illness played a part in their plan. One by one, Denver Simmons recalled, he and his partner lured inmates into his cell …

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