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Rusike Torches Twitter Storm

A Twitter storm sparked by a tweet by Zimbabwe international forward Matthew Rusike on Saturday ended the player and employees of Zimbabwe Newspapers smoking the peace pipe. Rusike sparked controversy on Twitter when he used the word “fake” in describing an exclusive story which appeared in The Saturday Herald related …

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Chamisa Misfired, Says Coltart

Former Education Minister Senator David Coltart has admitted that MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa misfired during his recent interview on BBC’s Hardtalk and also that the opposition leader has made wrong pronouncements. In his statement on the recent MDC Alliance trip to the United Kingdom, Mr Coltart — tongue-in-cheek …

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Gweru in Mansion Storm

By Locadia Mavhudzi Cash-strapped Gweru City Council is now renting a house for town clerk Ms Elizabeth Gwatipedza in Southview Extension at a cost of $500 a month, while the mayoral mansion is vacant. Gweru Mayor Councillor Charles Chikozho confirmed the development saying alternative accommodation has been secured for the …

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Soldiers Threaten to Destroy Tent Housing Striking Hwange Women

Soldiers from 1.2 Infantry Battalion reportedly threatened to destroy the tent that was being used by striking women who are camped at the Hwange Colliery Company premises, chairperson of the group, Claris Ngoma told a press conference in Harare recently. When the demonstration began about 100 days ago, soldiers milled …

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