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Zimbabwe: Crocodiles Maul Silobela Fisherman to Death

A Silobela fisherman has been mauled to death by marauding crocodiles which are terrorising villagers in the Midlands area. Silobela MP Mthokhozisa Manoki Mpofu in an interview confirmed the death of Neveous Shoniwa (29) and said villagers were now living in fear of the marauding reptiles. “I received the sad …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Challenges Court Decision Barring Naming Streets After ED

Government says it will appeal last week’s High Court judgment which ordered it to stop renaming Bulawayo streets after President Emmerson Mnangagwa and other prominent figures. Last year, the Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) through their lawyer Job Sibanda and Associates challenged the government’s decision to change some of the …

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Zimbabwe: Jailed MP Mamombe Unwell, Rushed to Hospital

By Costa Nkomo Incarcerated Harare West MP Joanna Mamombe is reported to have fallen ill at the Chikurubi Female Prison where she has been detained for over 45 days without trial and was Wednesday night rushed to hospital for treatment. This was confirmed by the MDC Alliance national spokesperson, Fadzayi …

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Zimbabwe: Grace’s Phd Degree Flawed, Says Witness

By Prosper Dembedza Court Correspondent The trial for suspended University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor Levi Nyagura continued yesterday with one of the witnesses saying former First Lady Grace Mugabe was unprocedurally awarded a PhD degree. Another witness said Mrs Mugabe’s under qualified supervisor was producing progress reports. Professor Nyagura is …

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Zimbabwe: Amnesty Urges Govt to Allow Students With No IDs to Sit for Exams

By Paidashe Mandivengerei Global human rights watcher, Amnesty International has called on the Zimbabwean government to allow children without identification documents to sit for public examinations. Some descendants of Gukurahundi victims and in other instances migrant workers across the country have been barred from accessing education because of administrative bottlenecks …

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Zimbabwe: Mwonzora Snubs ‘Disloyal’ Masvingo Mayor

By Tonderai Saharo Douglas Mwonzora’s MDC-T in Masvingo has humiliated city mayor Collins Maboke after omitting him from a list of party politicians who now form the provincial executive. MDC-T accuses the city father of disloyalty. Maboke landed council’s top post after initially defying MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s directives …

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Zimbabwe: Over 1,300 Ditch MDC for Zanu-PF in Midlands – Ncube

More than 1,300 MDC supporters in Midlands alone have defected to Zanu-PF with more expected to join the ranks of the ruling party. This was said Tuesday by Zanu-PF Midlands provincial chairperson Daniel Mackenzie Ncube while talking to NewZimbabwe.com. Ncube denied reports Zanu PF was offering material reward for opposition …

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Zimbabwe: July Moyo Fumes As 50 Percent Bulawayo Teachers Stay At Home

Fifty percent teaching staff in Bulawayo Metropolitan province has not been attending school as of Friday last week, a senior ministry official has revealed. Speaking at the Bulawayo Metropolitan inter-ministerial Covid-19 taskforce meeting Tuesday, Deputy Education Director Thabani Sibanda said 68 percent of students have been attending school with the …

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