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Zimbabwe Mobile Operator Disconnects Million Subscribers

The country’s largest mobile operator, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, has disconnected one million unregistered lines. The lines were disconnected last week. Sources privy to the goings-on said the operator gave the customers an ultimatum through text messages to register the lines by November 13. Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Executive Assistant to GCEO …

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Dethroned Miss Zimbabwe working on Life story

Emily Kachote, the former Miss Zimbabwe 2015, is working on a documentary which chronicles her life and career. Dethroned Miss Zimbabwe World 2015 Emily Kachote is working on a documentary which chronicles her life and career. Ttled “In Emily’s Bag”, the documentary is being shot by Axis4 and is already …

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Woman loses $32 000 in bid to win back ex

The trial of two Malawian traditional healers who conned a Harare woman of $32 000 on the pretext of reuniting her with her erstwhile boyfriend has been postponed to November 24 after the State requested time to bring its witnesses. File picture of a traditional healer Harare magistrate Ms Sharon …

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Robbers blow up school safe… Get away with $10

BULAWAYO – An eight-member gang blew up a safe at Bulawayo’s Emakhandeni Primary School and got away with $10. Sources said the gang targeted the Emakhandeni registry sub-office that is located in the school’s premises. Emakhandeni Primary School damaged safe and cabinet drawers (Picture by The Chronicle) They said the robbers …

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#SouthAfrica Pastor: Why I fed my congregation grass and petrol

A Pretoria pastor who made his congregation eat grass and drink petrol has explained the reasons behind his actions Over the past few weeks the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (the CRL Rights Commission) has been investigating the commercialisation of churches …

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