Chitembwe confident on Chungwa return

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By Sports Reporter CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe is hopeful of completing the signing of veteran striker Dominic Chungwa ahead of the start of the new season following his recent return from an unsuccessful stint at South African Premiership side Polokwane City. The 32-year-old Chungwa, son of former Hwange great Petros, netted 17 goals to win the 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League Golden Boot before reportedly signing a three year contract with the South African outfit. However after failing to make an impact at the Polokwane-based side Chungwa has…

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MDC A Condemns Zanu PF Misogyny

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Farai Dziva|The MDC A has described the harassment of Harare West legislator Joanna Mamombe by Zanu PF MPs in Parliament as ” thuggery and barbarism of the worst kind. “ In a statement on Wednesday the MDC A Information and Publicity Department strongly condemned Zanu PF’ s shocking level of misogyny: Insults hurled at Hon Mamombe reflect Zanu PF’s failure. The MDC is appalled by the derogatory comments from Zanu PF MPs against Hon Joanna Mamombe. The use of such derogatory and unprintable language -as that was used on her-…

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Mnangagwa Is Arrogant, Heartless: Daniel Shumba

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Farai Dziva | The president of the United Democratic Alliance, Daniel Shumba has castigated Emmerson Mnangagwa for equating himself to God. Shumba,whose party withdrew from the Mnangagwa brokered dialogue, was at one point fired from the ruling party for supporting the Midlands godfather. An irate Shumba said:”That’s clearly an arrogant and vindictive view from a President who claims he wants to promote unity but don’t take him seriously for equating himself to God, that is just a limitation of descriptive English. That is the best he could do under the…

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Private Company Gets Licence To Grow Mbanje

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Precision Cannabis Therapeutics Zimbabwe says it received approval for its cannabis license on March 7, pending payment of a $46,000 fee. The company shared a copy of its approval letter from the Ministry of Health with Marijuana Business Daily. Precision Cannabis Therapeutics Zimbabwe is located on a 110-hectacre farm (272 acres) about 45 minutes from Harare. The company said it possesses water rights to a large agriculture dam to service the area’s farmers.State media If our services have assisted you, our work would be much more secure with your help…

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Four provinces at risk of cyclone Idai – Met Dept warns

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By Robert Tapfumaneyi AT least four provinces in Zimbabwe are set to be affected negatively by a tropical cyclone expected to make landfall Sunday, the Meteorological Department has said. According to an alert by the Meteorological Service Department tropical cyclone Idai will affect villagers and residents in Manicaland, Masvingo, Mashonaland East and Mashonaland Central provinces with floods expected. “Communities should be on the lookout for flooding and rising water levels and must quickly move to safety places when necessary to do so,” the Meteorological Services Department warned. “In case of…

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Spot Deportations Halted By Court Injuction

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Hundreds of immigration removals are in doubt after the High Court ordered the Home Office to stop using a controversial “no warning” tactic. A charity defending detainees has won an injunction after saying the policy breached the right to access justice. Medical Justice said the policy prevented immigrants having a fair chance to put their case before they were put on a plane out of the country. It said the policy had affected a huge range of people living in the UK. These include members of the Windrush generation and…

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One Passenger Dies Aboard A Delta Airline From Nairobi

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Tragedy struck as another deadly plane accident has occurred again which led to the death of one of the passengers aboard the plane. According to Nigerian Tribune, a passenger aboard Delta Airlines Flight DL54 yesterday, Monday died in the airplane during the 12 hours flight between the carrier’s base in Atlanta in the United States and Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. Sources closed to the airline said it was unprofessional to disclose the identity of the passenger without informing the family. In a statement issued,  Delta Airline said local medical professionals…

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