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I’m the only acceptable candidate’: Mugabe

News24 Correspondent Harare – Don’t hold your breath. President Robert Mugabe might be turning 93 on Tuesday but he’s got no intention of stepping down. Mugabe, who’s been in power since 1980, said in an interview to mark his birthday: “If I feel that I can’t do it anymore, I …

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Wrong corpse sent to Zim from Cape Town – report

Masvingo – A Zimbabwean family reportedly went through “a horrific experience” after a body which they believed to be that of their relative who died in South Africa was “wrongly” repatriated to Zimbabwe. According to the Chronicle newspaper, the family allegedly learnt about the “mix-up” as they were transporting the body back to …

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Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF, Zimpf Lock Horns Again in Mwenezi East

Photo: New Zimbabwe Former allies Joice Mujuru and Robert Mugabe (file photo). By George Maponga Masvingo — The ruling Zanu-PF party will once again square off with the embattled ZimPF party in the forthcoming Mwenezi East parliamentary by-election after candidates from the two parties were part of the four aspirants …

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Zimbabwe: Zim Nando’s Building Collapse – At Least 1 Confirmed Dead

Photo: Tony Webster/Flickr (file photo) At least one person has been confirmed dead, following the collapse of a building housing a Nando’s fastfood outlet in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe over the weekend, a report said on Monday. According to the state-owned Chronicle newspaper, Wellington Maganga sustained serious head injuries when the building …

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South Africa: Suspected SA Human Trafficker Denied Bail

Photo: Daily Trust (File photo). By Thupeyo Muleya A South African man who is accused of trafficking four Zimbabweans into the neighbouring country was yesterday denied bail by a Polokwane magistrate and will stand trial on April 12. Raymond Sithole (25) of Chebeng Village in Seshego area, was arrested on …

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Zimbabwe: No Sign of Ceding Power As Mugabe Turns 93

Photo: New Zimbabwe A protestor holds up the Robert Mugabe road sign during a protest (file photo). By Marcus Mushonga Harare — ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe has insisted he would not be ceding power despite his advanced age, protests from the opposition and infighting within his Zanu (PF) party. Ahead …

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Zimbabwe: State Assisted Funeral for Kurasha

Photo: The Herald First family consoles Vice Chancellor Kurasha’s family. By Farirai Machivenyika Zimbabwe Open University vice chancellor Professor Primerose Kurasha has been accorded a State assisted funeral, Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Dr Christopher Mushohwe, said yesterday. Dr Mushohwe said this in an interview yesterday after paying his …

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Zimbabwe: Interpreter No-Show Stalls Chigwedere Witchcraft Case

By Fidelis Munyoro The non-availability of an interpreter for the witchcraft case pitting former education Minister Aeneas Chigwedere and his son last week forced the outgoing Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku to switch to vernacular language. English is the official language used in our courts, but the failure by the interpreter …

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