Anxious nation holds its breath

HARARE – Zimbabweans are on tenterhooks as the country’s rot deepens and civil unrest snowballs — with pressure groups and opposition parties planning another debilitating nationwide stay-away today, and a massive demonstration against President Robert Mugabe’s and Zanu PF’s misrule on Friday.


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Protests caused by untold suffering — Tsvangirai

HARARE – President Robert Mugabe is out of touch with the magnitude of Zimbabweans’ untold suffering, hence his failure to appreciate the reason behind the current wave of protests, MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai said.

Speaking in Chitungwiza, where he visited 62-year-old Lilian Chinyerere who w…
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Bail hearing for 68 activists rolled over to 31 August 2016

On Tuesday 30 August the Magistrate Court rolled over the bail hearing of 68 activists who were arrested over the demonstrations on Friday last week to 31 August 2016. Source: Bail hearing for 68 activists rolled over to 31 August 2016 – The Zimbabwean 31.08.2016 The 68 who include freelance journalist James Jemwa are being… Read More »

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Zimbabwe to dehorn rhino to shut out poachers

Zimbabwe plans to dehorn all rhino in its national parks to discourage poaching after 50 animals were illegally killed last year, a wildlife conservation group said on Tuesday. Source: Zimbabwe to dehorn rhino to shut out poachers – Reuters Aug 30, 2016 Zimbabwe plans to dehorn all rhino in its national parks to discourage poaching… Read More »

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Ex-Kenya president Kibaki leaves SA hospital

JOHANNESBURG – Kenya’s former President Mwai Kibaki has been discharged from a Johannesburg hospital where he was admitted on 21 August.

The 84-year-old was in jovial and high spirits, his family said.

He would continue to recuperate for a few more days before returning home, their statemen…
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The internet can help you prepare for your ZIMSEC exams!

By Batsirai Chikadaya image credit: financialgazette.co.zw With the exam, season fast approaching it’s of utmost importance to get your house in order. important for to sit for public exams for both O’level and A’level. There is a quote that says “success is where preparation and opportunity meet”, and technology presents an opportunity to prepare. Technology
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JUST IN: Bosso, Hwange lose key players

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS and Hwange have been hit with disabling body blows ahead of their match-day-22 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League matches with the suspension of their key and inform players. Bosso, still bubbling from their maiden 2-0 second half of the season win over How Mine, will go to Border Strikers…
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Mugabe reportedly ill, rushed to Singapore again

By Tatenda Dewa | Harare Bureau | President Robert Mugabe was rushed away from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) heads of state and government summit in Swaziland on Tuesday after falling seriously ill, according to reports. The SADC convention ends on Wednesday but Mugabe returned home prematurely after having flown into Mbabane, Swaziland, on […]

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