Prophet Uebert Angel birthday celebration party in PICTURES

Prophet Uebert Angel birthday celebration party in PICTURES 1

On Sep 7, 2019 0 Spirit Embassy: Goodnews Church founder Prophet Uebert Angel on Friday celebrated his 41st birthday with an exclusive party for 70 guests at his 14 acre mansion in the United Kingdom. Spirit Embassy: Goodnews Church founder Prophet Uebert Angel on Friday celebrated his 41st birthday with an exclusive party for 70 guests at his 14 acre mansion in the United Kingdom. The theme for the party was Arabian and saw all the male guests dressed in “Polyester Hijab Wraps” on their heads. Two live camels were…

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Zim woman recounts how husband was beaten, burnt to death in SA

Zim woman recounts how husband was beaten, burnt to death in SA 2

Johannesburg – Isaac Sithole ran from his burning home, trying to get to a police station in Katlehong. But a mob caught the 35-year-old Zimbabwean, beat him and set him alight. Foreign nationals in Tsholo Hall in Katlehong yesterday after fleeing from xenophobic violence at Mandela Section and surrounds in Katlehong. On Friday, his widow, Lydia Chimbirimbiri, sat in Tsholo Hall in Katlehong, with haunted eyes. In her arms, she cradled her swaddled, sleeping 6-week-old baby, Fortunate. “He was running for his life but they got him,” she said quietly.…

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Mugabe’s family clashes with Mnangagwa over plans for state funeral

Mugabe’s family clashes with Mnangagwa over plans for state funeral 3

Officials and family members are arguing over the arrangements for the burial of Robert Mugabe, the former Zimbabwean president who died in Singapore last week aged 95. Former President Robert Mugabe High-ranking members of the ruling Zanu-PF party are understood to have told Mugabe’s close family that his remains should be interred at a hilltop monument outside Harare, the capital, following a ceremony at the nearby national stadium, where dozens of prominent African leaders would be present. However friends and allies of Mugabe’s second wife, Grace, have said that the late…

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In Mugabe’s village, relatives say he was very bitter before death

In Mugabe’s village, relatives say he was very bitter before death 4

By MacDonald Dzirutwe | Reuters | KUTAMA, Zimbabwe – In the dusty village where Zimbabwe’s founding father Robert Mugabe grew up, family members speak of the deep bitterness Mugabe felt from his ousting as head of state two years ago until his death in Singapore on Friday. President Robert Mugabe (Picture by AFP) Mugabe, who died aged 95, was a totemic figure for his role in the struggle against white minority rule, leading Zimbabwe from independence in 1980 until he was toppled by his own army in November 2017. He…

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Noah Manyika: If death expunges bad deeds, what is our incentive to reform?

Noah Manyika: If death expunges bad deeds, what is our incentive to reform? 5

By Noah Manyika In the final scene of “The Godfather” trilogy, Michael Corleone, the once feared head of the most powerful organized crime family in the world who ordered the deaths of many of his foes including his own brother Fredo, dies alone in the courtyard of a run-down home, his ultimate encounter with the Grim Reaper witnessed only by a not-so-healthy dog sniffing around for some food. Noah Manyika It’s one of life’s terrible tragedies that powerful men who were once admired but lose their way never seem able…

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No changes to school calendar govt

No changes to school calendar govt 6

By Robert Tapfumaneyi GOVERNMENT has dismissed social media rumours that there has been a change in the third term schools calendar to accommodate the burial of former President Robert Mugabe. Mugabe died Friday in Singapore aged 95. Primary and Secondary Education Minister said examinations set for the end of the next school term need preparation and any changed could disrupt them. “I would like to inform our parents, guardians, learners and stakeholders that the opening date for schools for third term has not changed,” Mavhima said in a recorded video.…

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Zaac seek arrest warrant for former NSSA board chair Robin Vela

Zaac seek arrest warrant for former NSSA board chair Robin Vela 8

By Andrew Kunambura | Zimbabwe Independent | The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) is lobbying the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) to issue red notices for former National Social Security Authority (Nssa) board chairperson Robin Vela and businessman Adam Molai, implicated in allegations of corruption at the publicly-run pension fund. Former National Social Security Authority (NSSA) board chairman Robin Vela The corruption scandal, in which up to US$95 million was allegedly siphoned from the compulsory scheme, has already claimed detained former public service and also tourism minister Prisca Mupfumira’s scalp. Vela…

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Cricket star Flower hopeful for Zimbabwe’s future after Robert Mugabe’s death

Cricket star Flower hopeful for Zimbabwe’s future after Robert Mugabe’s death 9

By PA Media ANDY Flower, the former Zimbabwe cricket captain and England coach, hopes his country can emerge from “a quagmire of corruption” following the death of ex-president Robert Mugabe. Mugabe died on Friday at the age of 95, two years after being ousted from power. In 2003 Flower joined team-mate Henry Olonga in a black armband protest at a World Cup match in Harare – decrying the death of democracy in Zimbabwe. The brave, and potentially dangerous, stand ended the international careers of both men and Flower moved to…

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UN: Mugabe an anti-Apartheid icon

UN: Mugabe an anti-Apartheid icon 11

By The Associated Press UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says Robert Mugabe’s “role in securing the independence of Zimbabwe and the fight against apartheid are key parts of his legacy.” According to U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric, the secretary-general will be sending a letter “offering condolences to the government and people of Zimbabwe” following Mugabe’s death earlier Friday. Dujarric also noted Mugabe’s “notable contributions” when chairing organizations such as the former Organization of African Unity and the Southern African Development Community. He also said Mugabe was a regular participant in meetings and…

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Elders call on Mnangagwa and Chamisa to talk to save Zimbabwe

Elders call on Mnangagwa and Chamisa to talk to save Zimbabwe 13

The Elders led by council chair Mary Robinson and her deputy Grace Machel have called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa as well as all political leaders to find a way out of the current impasse and act constructively in the interests of the nation. They urged all Zimbabweans to reclaim the spirit of optimism and dynamism that greeted Independence in 1980. Founding leader Robert Mugabe, who served the first seven years as Prime Minister and the next 30 years as President, died in…

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