Bustop TV comedian Gonyeti abducted

Bustop TV comedian Gonyeti abducted 1

Last updated Aug 21, 2019 25,460 Popular comedian Samantha Kureya, popularly known as Gonyeti, was abducted from her Mufakose home by a group of unidentified, masked and armed men. According to an alert by the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) the incident happened around 10pm on Wednesday. “The men did not produce any warrant or give reasons for the abduction. The men forced their way into the house and assaulted Samantha’s family members, including minors, in the process.” According to MISA “Kureya’s brother has filed a police report of…

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So your business has decided to go digital, what next?

So your business has decided to go digital, what next? 2

IN our previous article, we explored how one can take the first steps towards preparing their business for the future. We highlighted the importance of top management commitment and buy-in to digital transformation. The CEO of the company should lead from the front, and he should be personally involved and committed. I have seen companies where the CEO relies on a team of consultants and junior staff to drive this process. This is a sure recipe for failure. The path to digital transformation is paved with failed attempts with about…

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MDC has made the cardinal error of underrating ZANU-PF

MDC has made the cardinal error of underrating ZANU-PF 4

A writer who claims to have strongly believed that the opposition Movement for Democratic Change would be the answer to Zimbabwe’s problems if it came to power says he no longer believes so because if the party cannot organise a march effectively how can it possibly take on the vastly more complex task of governing a nation. Writing in the Zimbabwean, David Barber says the MDC has dismally failed the people and must not blame the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union- Patriotic Front for the present economic crisis but itself.…

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Zimbabwean held in UK over wife murder

Zimbabwean held in UK over wife murder 6

By The Sun BRITISH police are reportedly holding a 42 year-old Zimbabwean immigrant for the gruesome murder of his wife in Essex. A murder investigation has now been launched after a woman was found stabbed to death in a broad daylight horror attack. The 41-year-old was declared dead at the scene in the sleepy village of Great Saling, Essex, at around 2.45pm Monday. The man believed to the dead woman’s husband was arrested on suspicion of murder but is currently in hospital after falling ill. His name is still being…

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Zimbabwe’s inflation accelerates to 230.41 percent in July

Zimbabwe’s inflation accelerates to 230.41 percent in July 8

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s month-on-month inflation rate fell to 21.04 percent in July compared to 32.96 percent the previous month as prices of basic goods increased at a slower pace, statistical agency ZIMSTAT said on Wednesday. Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube on August 1 suspended the publication of year-on-year inflation figures until February 2020 because adoption of a new currency had impacted the base for calculating the consumer price index. Online financial media service platform Equity Access said it had obtained suppressed ZIMSTAT “implied” year-on-year inflation rate, which stood at 230.41 percent…

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Jah Prayzah, Winky D nominated for prestigious African awards

Jah Prayzah, Winky D nominated for prestigious African awards 10

By Tendai Chekenyere AWARD-winning contemporary musician, Jah Prayzah and local dancehall King Winky D have received nominations for the Best Male Artists Southern Africa in the 6th edition of the African Music Magazine Awards and Music festival (AFRIMMA) which recognises the biggest talent across the continent. Jah Prayzah received nominations for his hit song “Dzamutsana” from the album Chitubu which was released in 2018. He has previously also been nominated in 2018, 2017, 2016 for the songs “Nziyo yerudo” featuring Yemi Alade, “Watoramari” featuring Diamond Platnumz, and the hitmaker “Hello.”…

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Jah Prayzah, Winky D nominated for prestigious African awards

Jah Prayzah, Winky D nominated for prestigious African awards 12

By Tendai Chekenyere AWARD-winning contemporary musician, Jah Prayzah and local dancehall King Winky D have received nominations for the Best Male Artists Southern Africa in the 6th edition of the African Music Magazine Awards and Music festival (AFRIMMA) which recognises the biggest talent across the continent. Jah Prayzah received nominations for his hit song “Dzamutsana” from the album Chitubu which was released in 2018. He has previously also been nominated in 2018, 2017, 2016 for the songs “Nziyo yerudo” featuring Yemi Alade, “Watoramari” featuring Diamond Platnumz, and the hitmaker “Hello.”…

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Sekai Nzenza dragged to court for unlawful suspension

Sekai Nzenza dragged to court for unlawful suspension 14

By Ebenezzer Sibanda TWO government workers send on suspension by the Public Service have taken Minister Sekai Nzenza to the High Court challenging the decision. Mt Darwin social welfare officer and his human resources assistant have filed an urgent chamber application with the High Court seeking to overturn a pending disciplinary hearing after they were “unlawfully” suspended. Willie Chideya and Nicholas Chengeta cited Nzenza as a respondent in their application arguing their case was of extreme urgency. The two in court papers claim the suspension is not sanctioned by the…

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Sekei Nzenza  dragged to court for unlawful suspension

Sekei Nzenza  dragged to court for unlawful suspension 16

By Ebenezzer Sibanda TWO government workers send on suspension by the Public Service have taken Minister Sekai Nzenza to the High Court challenging the decision. Mt Darwin social welfare officer and his human resources assistant have filed an urgent chamber application with the High Court seeking to overturn a pending disciplinary hearing after they were “unlawfully” suspended. Willie Chideya and Nicholas Chengeta cited Nzenza as a respondent in their application arguing their case was of extreme urgency. The two in court papers claim the suspension is not sanctioned by the…

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Mupfumira seeks bail at Supreme Court

Mupfumira seeks bail at Supreme Court 18

By Mary Taruvinga FORMER Tourism Minister Priscah Mupfumira, has taken her fight for freedom to the Supreme Court. Mupfumira has been languishing in remand prison for the last three weeks following her arrest on charges of criminal abuse of office after she allegedly swindled the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) of over US$95 million. Through her lawyer, Charles Chinyama who is instructing Advocate Lewis Uriri, Mupfumira contends that High Court Judge Justice Erica Ndewere erred in denying her bail. Ndewere ruled there are compelling reasons justifying the incarceration of the…

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