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‘Rhodesia better than current Zimbabwe government’

Last Rhodesian Prime Minister, Ian Douglas Smith

from SHELUZANI MAKHESE in Chiredzi, ZimbabweCHIREDZI, (Lowveld Post) - MINORITY tribes facing eviction from their ancestral lands southeast of Zimbabwe believe the current government is more vicious than the colonial regime or the repressive presidency of Ian Smith (now late). The ongoing plans to evict the Shangaan communities from the lands in Chiredzi, to...

Communist party condemns Zimbabwe turmoil

Zimbabwe Communist Party General Secretary, Ngqabutho Mabhena

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – THE Zimbabwe Communist Party (ZCP) has denounced the worsening economic and political crises in the volatile country. The condemnation follows a crackdown against civil society and media over protests and moves to compensate thousands of commercial farmers that lost lands during reforms since 2000.

Air Zim remains grounded as COVID-19 soars

Air Zimbabwe

from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - AIR Zimbabwe, the national carrier, is uncertain when it would resume operations as the coronavirus (COVID-19) surges in the country. It has adopted a wait-and-see attitude as COVID-19 negatively affects domestic tourism, which was earmarked for the revival of the airline. Firstme Vitori, Air Zimbabwe spokesperson, confirmed the company...

Restrictions request to save Zimbabwe tourism sector

Gona reZhou's Chitove Causeway

from WELLINGTON TONI in Harare HARARE - A LOCAL tour operator has urged the government to maintain travel restrictions at least until September in order to save the industry in the wake of a spike in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Zimbabwe. Cases of the virus have escalated to 3,921 cases and 70 deaths...

More Zimbabweans return home due to COVID-19

Zimbabwe flag

by MARCUS MUSHONGA HARARE - MORE than 13 000 Zimbabweans have returned to the country from neighbouring countries following the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) since March. Most returnees are from South Africa, which has the most severe outbreak of the pandemic in the continent. South Africa has confirmed over 511 000 cases. Deaths have exceeded 8...

Africa supports #ZimbabweanLivesMatter

#ZimbabweanLivesMatter

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG - FROM politicians to footballers, South Africans and other African nationals have expressed solidarity with Zimbabweans brutalized by government forces as the political and economic crises worsens. The solidarity against abduction of journalists, power abuse and plundering of state resources (corruption) has been maintained under the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter, inspired by the ongoing...

EFF, ZANU-PF war of words escalates

EFF leader, Julius Malema

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - HOSTILITIES between the Zimbabwean government and neighbouring South Africa's opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have deepened. This after Zimbabwe reacted angrily to criticism by the firebrand EFF of plans to compensate white farmers deprived of land during controversial reforms endorsed by then-president, Robert Mugabe (now late), in 2000. EFF,...

Gorowa, Murewa quit football to pursue divine calling

Former Zimbabwe Warriors Head Coach, Ian Gorowa

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - FORMER Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows head coach, Ian Gorowa, is now a man of the cloth while compatriot, Tauya Murewa, is pursuing a similar calling. Gorowa has successfully completed his theological studies with a Johannesburg-based Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) bible college. According to Zimbabwean media,...

Dance before The Almighty with all your might

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAA MAJORITY of people only wholeheartedly worship and glorify Jehovah after enduring the most tragic situations. The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis confirms this. Cases of the pandemic are surging towards 20 million. The number of deceased people is getting closer to 1 million. Surely, this invisible enemy is...

Masiyiwa ceding a stake in Liquid Telecoms

from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - TELECOMMUNICATIONS mogul, Strive Masiyiwa, is disposing of a significant stake in Liquid Telecoms Holdings to raise funds for settling a multimillion-dollar debt to the Public Investment Corporation (PIC). Reports on Friday indicated that the disposal of 20-34 percent shareholding in Africa's largest fibre optic company was meant to raise US$600 million to...