Chinani Is A Talented Youngster, Why Was He Involved In A Fist Fight

Chinani Is A Talented Youngster, Why Was He Involved In A Fist Fight 1

Farai Dziva|Two Dynamos players exchanged blows during the Harare Giants’ training session two days ago. While all attention was on the Warriors last week, there was pandemonium in the Dynamos camp with goalkeeper Simba Chinani exchanging blows with new boy Ngandu Mangala. The two players who were in the same team exchanged harsh words and exchanged blows. “The two were in the same team, but something didn’t go right and they ended up fighting. Chinani felt Mangala was not respecting him as a senior. They were separated by other players…

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Teen’s burial abandoned in Harare after ‘prophets’ claim she is alive

HARARE – The burial of a teenage girl was abandoned in bizarre scenes on Wednesday after members of a church sect insisted that she was alive. The 16-year-old Form 4 pupil at Kwayedza High School in Highfield, is said to have died suddenly on Sunday after complaining of a headache. She was due to be buried at the Granville (Mbudzi) Cemetery in Harare. A Doves hearse carried her body to the cemetery, but her burial was abandoned after seers from an Apostolic church sect told her relatives she was alive.…

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Partisan Food Aid Distribution, Red Cross Speaks

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By Own Correspondent- International Red Cross country director in Zimbabwe Paolo Cernuschi has expressed satisfaction on how Tropical Cyclone Idai relief aid was distributed in Chipinge today (Wednesday). He said the aid was being distributed transparently and not along partisan lines as claimed by reports. Cernuschi said he visited Chipinge today.and did not witness any politicisation of food aid. He said: “I attended a distribution in Chipinge today for 200 families. Selection was transparent. 2 humanitarian agencies were present. No political statements made or implied. While reports of politicization of…

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Thieves Steal Sprayed Vegetables, Helena Schools Warns Ruwa Residents

Thieves Steal Sprayed Vegetables, Helena Schools Warns Ruwa Residents 6

By Own Correspondent| Thieves reportedly stole sprayed vegetables, in a development which could turn tragic if the vegetables are sold to unsuspecting residents. The vegetables were stolen from Helena Schools. Said the school in a message circulating on social media: WARNING: Helena schools alerts the residents in Ruwa that sprayed vegetables were stolen last night from the school garden thus, we are in fear that innocent souls may be affected.We are of the opinion that the thief stole these vegetables with the intention to sale since they were stolen in…

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Mnangagwa’s “Thank You” Rallies To Resume

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By Own Correspondent- A senior Zanu Pf official has revealed that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to resume his “thank you rallies” as soon as the situation permits. Speaking to a local publication, Zanu PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo said Mnangagwa will resume the rallies as soon as the situation permits: “As soon as his schedule allows, he will resume the rallies, the cyclone issue takes precedence. He will advise as soon as the situation permits. The commissariat is ceased with that matter.” Mnangagwa cancelled his rally which was scheduled…

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Census For Chimanimani Imminent

Census For Chimanimani Imminent 10

By Own Correspondent- Government will conduct a census using official records to ascertain the number of people who have been staying in communities that were affected by Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani and Chipinge. This comes as South Africa yesterday dispatched a team of 12 people — including police officers and sniffer dogs — to Manicaland Province to help with rescue and recovery efforts of corpses suspected to be buried under debris of collapsed building following Tropical Cyclone Idai. Manicaland Provincial Affairs Minister Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba spoke about the census on…

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Mute key witness in Simba Chikore kidnapping trial stuns court

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By Mary Taruvinga A Harare lawyer and key witness in former President Robert Mugabe son-in-law, Simbarashe Chikore’s unlawful detention trial on Wednesday stunned court when she went mute during questioning. Chikore is accused of detaining expelled Zimbabwe Airways secretary Betha Tsitsi Zakeyo at the company premises after forcing her to sign an employment termination letter. The incident happened in 2018. During the alleged incident, Zakeyo says she called her friend, Philippa Philips to the scene on the day in question, inadvertently making her key witness in her case. Philips was…

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Mute key witness in Simba Chikore kidnapping trial stuns court

Mute key witness in Simba Chikore kidnapping trial stuns court 14

By Mary Taruvinga A Harare lawyer and key witness in former President Robert Mugabe son-in-law, Simbarashe Chikore’s unlawful detention trial on Wednesday stunned court when she went mute during questioning. Chikore is accused of detaining expelled Zimbabwe Airways secretary Betha Tsitsi Zakeyo at the company premises after forcing her to sign an employment termination letter. The incident happened in 2018. During the alleged incident, Zakeyo says she called her friend, Philippa Philips to the scene on the day in question, inadvertently making her key witness in her case. Philips was…

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Mute key witness in Simba Chikore kidnapping trial stuns court

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By Mary Taruvinga A Harare lawyer and key witness in former President Robert Mugabe son-in-law, Simbarashe Chikore’s unlawful detention trial on Wednesday stunned court when she went mute during questioning. Chikore is accused of detaining expelled Zimbabwe Airways secretary Betha Tsitsi Zakeyo at the company premises after forcing her to sign an employment termination letter. The incident happened in 2018. During the alleged incident, Zakeyo says she called her friend, Philippa Philips to the scene on the day in question, inadvertently making her key witness in her case. Philips was…

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Zimbabwe releases another $50 million for Cyclone Idai

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Zimbabwe today released a further RTGS$50 million to resuscitate infrastructure destroyed by Cyclone Idai as well as to provide humanitarian assistance to those affected by the devastating cyclone. Almost 200 people were killed by Cyclone Idai which hit the country two weeks ago and some 327 were missing at the last count. Some 43 schools were closed in Manicaland as a result of the damage caused by the cyclone. Aid has been pouring into the worst affected areas mainly Chimanimani and Chipinge in Manicaland and Bikita in Masvingo. There are,…

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