TOUCHING PICTURE: Is This Queen Bee’s Father And Did He Truly Get Permission To Sell Beer From the Rhodesian Govt?

TOUCHING PICTURE: Is This Queen Bee’s Father And Did He Truly Get Permission To Sell Beer From the Rhodesian Govt? 1

The below picture of a permit to buy and sell beer during the Rhodesian era, has emerged and it was issued to Mr Johnson Tagwirei. IS THIS BUSINESSMAN, KUDA’S FATHER? Licene to buy and sell liquor Is this Tagwirei’s father? Kuda Tagwirei If our services have assisted you, our work would be much more secure with your help – For as little as £5, you can support ZimEye – and it only takes a minute.  To receive news updates daily, enter your email address Enter your email address: – INSTANT NEWS…

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Mzembi wanted by SA police

Mzembi wanted by SA police 9

The State has enlisted the services of the International Police Organisation (Interpol) to extradite fugitive former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi who is believed to be holed up in South Africa. Mzembi, who is on an outstanding warrant of arrest, is facing charges of theft of trust property. Appearing for the State, Mr Brian Vito told regional magistrate Mr Hoseah Mujaya that the South African Police was now on the look out for Mzembi. To support his claims, Mr Vito tendered to the court a copy of a letter which…

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Mnangagwa swears in uniformed forces commissioners

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President Mnangagwa yesterday swore-in three six-member commissions for the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF), Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service (ZPCS) at State House in Harare. The swearing-in of the commissioners was done in terms of the Constitution, which provides for the establishment of such commissions, adding to governance reforms that are being undertaken by President Mnangagwa’s administration, which is also expanding civil and political rights in the country. President Mnangagwa said it was a requirement of the supreme law of the country to set up the…

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Kapini not happy about Bosso situation

Kapini not happy about Bosso situation 15

FORMER Highlanders’ eccentric goalkeeper and captain, Tapuwa Kapini, has added his voice to the growing concern over the Bulawayo giants’ poor start to the 2019 season, urging the entire Bosso family to unite and lift the boys’ spirits. Speaking to Highlanders’ official website www.highlandersfc.co.zw from his base in South Africa early this week, the Highlands Park shotstopper said as former Bosso players, they might be quiet but that does not mean they are not worried about the club’s appalling start to the season where they have gone for seven games…

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Zanu-PF Bulawayo goes to polls

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HUNDREDS of Zanu-PF members aspiring to be part of the Bulawayo Provincial Executive Council on Monday thronged the party offices at Davies Hall to submit their CVs and application letters. Zanu-PF Bulawayo Province will go to the polls on Saturday and Sunday for the provincial council executive council elections after Zanu-PF First Secretary and President Mnangagwa dissolved all the party’s structures in March this year. The Provincial elections were slated for last Sunday but were deferred due to the burial of the Zanu-PF National Consultative Assembly member and national hero…

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Zimbabwe pays US$64,4m to white farmers

Zimbabwe pays US$64,4m to white farmers 21

Government has to date paid US$64,4 million to 93 white former commercial farmers for the improvements they made on reallocated farms, a senior official has said. Presenting the Ministerial statement on the state of economy last night, Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said Government was committed to finalising compensation for all farmers who were affected by the land reform programme in accordance with country Constitution and obligations under bilateral agreements “As outlined in the Transitional Stabilisation Programme. Government is committed to finalising compensation for all former farmers…

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Mnangagwa to launch POLAD tomorrow

Mnangagwa to launch POLAD tomorrow 24

President Mnangagwa is tomorrow expected to officially launch the Political Actors Dialogue (polad) at the Harare International Conference Centre, which seeks to bring unity among political players and chart the way forward for the country. The launch is in line with the President’s call after assuming office for unity and common purpose towards restoring Zimbabwe to its former glory and beyond. POLAD is expected to engender a culture of peaceful engagement among Zimbabweans as a mechanism to deal with any issue that may affect the country. This was said by…

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Chief Ndiweni stage-manages attack?

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Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni of Ntabazinduna, with the aid of known anti-Government activists, yesterday stage-managed an attack on himself by people he claimed to be Zanu-PF youths in Bulawayo. The chief, who claimed his assailants sought to confiscate his Government-issued vehicle, was pictured pouring petrol all over the car and threatening to burn it if anyone touched it. The pictures went viral on social media after being published by activists led by Zenzele Ndebele, who recently claimed to have survived a suspicious accident in which all four bolts on the “lower…

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Auxillia Mnangagwa interference with civil servants spills into Parliament

Auxillia Mnangagwa interference with civil servants spills into Parliament 30

HARARE – First lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s habit of storming government offices and giving directives to civil servants spilled into parliament on Wednesday, with Health Minister Obadiah Moyo inevitably leaping to her defence. Mnangagwa, with state media in tow, has arrived unannounced at hospitals around the country and demanded to see senior managers, terrifying staff. Last week, she was shown on ZBC standing inside the government drugs dispensary, NatPharm, declaring that she had demanded that before she leaves the warehouse staff should provide her an inventory of drugs that had been…

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Herald Says Chief Ndiweni Faked Own Attack Because He Doesn’t Live In Bulawayo

Herald Says Chief Ndiweni Faked Own Attack Because He Doesn’t Live In Bulawayo 32

The government broadsheet, The Herald has claimed that the firebrand chief Ndiweni yesterday faked his own attack by ZANU PF militants. In their article written by a faceless author, the Herald said this is because the Chief does not live in Bulawayo. They also claimed that he is a Nelson Chamisa backer. BELOW WAS THE FULL TEXT:Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni of Ntabazinduna, with the aid of known anti-Government activists, yesterday stage-managed an attack on himself by people he claimed to be Zanu-PF youths in Bulawayo.The chief, who claimed his assailants sought…

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