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#Zimbabwe Warriors Soccer Team Beat Mozambique 4 – Zero

The Zimbabwe Warriors got off to a positive start at the COSAFA Castle Cup in South Africa following an emphatic 4-nil victory over Mozambique today. The Warriors opened the score sheet through captain Ovidy Karuru who scored a brace. Veteran left back Ocean Mushure added another one for Zimbabwe when …

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#ThisFlag leader Pastor Evan Mawarire arrested for ‘praying with university students’ at protest

Zimbabwean pastor, Evan Mawarire, has reportedly been arrested at a protest supporting striking University of Zimbabwe medical students. Two days after the 36th anniversary of Zimbabwe’s independence from white minority rule, Zimbabwean pastor and motivational speaker Evan Mawarire shared a video expressing his feelings towards his home country – and inadvertently …

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The rise and fall of #Zimbabwe politician Emerson Mnangagwa.

The rise and fall of Emerson Mnangagwa. For the 37 years he has ruled Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has never liked to see anyone with clear presidential ambitions deputizing him. He has repeatedly labelled people with presidential ambitions ‘witches’ preferring a litany of charges on some, ranging from treason, terrorism, …

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Lobola (dowry, or the bride price) abuse must fall!

Lobola (dowry, or the bride price) abuse must fall! There was a time when cattle were African form of currency, and every family had some cattle. Back in those days lobola of +/- 8 cows depending on the culture was very affordable, even by the poorest of the poor. Then …

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The Murder Of Missionaries In Rhodesia

Whilst we can laugh and joke; let us never forget those who suffered and died..ELIM MISSION MASSACRE 23/6/1978..39 years ago today. Guerrillas crossed the border, from their base in Mozambique, Cowardly satanic whores, trained well to kill the meek. Christendom, the word of God, was communist’s enemy. From this land …

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31-year-old #Russia man, Valery Spiridonov, will become the subject of the first human head transplant ever performed.

A 31-Year-Old Man with a Muscle-Wasting Disease has Volunteered to Undergo World’s First Human Head Transplantation Throughout the last century, there were many significant advances in the medical field that could have been easily considered miracles in the past. With the development of antibiotics, advanced surgical procedures, and other medical …

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