Fraudsters target diasporan homeseekers

By Nqobile Tshili Fraudsters are on the loose in Bulawayo mainly targeting Diasporan home seekers whom they dupe into buying incomplete houses and residential stands that do not belong to them. Bulawayo City Council senior public relations officer Mrs Nesisa Mpofu The fraudsters allegedly create fake national identity cards and match them with correct information on the council’s asset register before selling the properties. It is not clear how the fraudsters access details of people’s stands or incomplete houses and this has created fears that some council employees could be…

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Plan to repatriate Mbuya Nehanda’s remains to Zimbabwe

By Robert Tapfumaneyi ZIMBABWEANS living in United Kingdom, have started an initiative to repatriate the remains of First Chimurenga spirit medium Mbuya Nehanda’s skull from the former colonial master. According to organisers, the process will start with a repatriation conference, set for July 27, in the UK city of Leicester, hoping to pave way for negotiations with London to bring back Nehanda’s remains. In an interview with, one of the organisers of the repatriation conference, Eugene Majuru, said the event is expected to find ways of raising awareness on…

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Zimbo lands top Unilever post

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On Apr 19, 2019 27,150 21 By Natasha Chamba One of the world’s leading consumer goods producers, Unilever, has appointed Mr Wellington Chimwaradze from Zimbabwe as its vice president responsible for legal affairs for Africa. Mr Wellington Chimwaradze from Zimbabwe Mr Chimwaradze, who is based in South Africa, said he will be working from the neighbouring country’s Unilever Africa office. The appointment is effective 1 May 2019. “Yes, I have been promoted into the group’s general council as vice president responsible of legal affairs in Africa. I will be based…

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Zim law student in China appeals for US$5 000 to keep him on life support for 15 days

Zim law student in China appeals for US$5 000 to keep him on life support for 15 days 3

By Andile Tshuma A 23-YEAR-OLD Zimbabwean law student studying in China is appealing for about US$5 000 to foot medical bills after he suffered lung failure following an infection. Mr Brendon Anesu Gumbo Mr Brendon Anesu Gumbo from Bulawayo’s Mpopoma suburb needs about US$320 per day while he is undergoing medical procedures, to keep him on life support in China. He will be on the machine for 15 days. He is admitted at Red Cross Hospital in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China. Related Articles His mother, Mrs Demetria Gumbo, said the…

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Canada-based man up for sister in-law rape

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By Michelle Gwizi A 38 year old man who is based in Canada has appeared in court for allegedly habitually raping his sister-in-law between 2014 and 2018 in Bulawayo. The accused person allegedly started abusing the victim when she was 14-years-old. He used to allegedly rape her every holiday when he would have visited the country from Canada. The accused person appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Mr Franklin Mkhwananzi who remanded him in custody to April 1 for provision of a trial date. Related Articles He applied for bail but is…

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Tytan, Olinda celebrate 1st Anniversary

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On Mar 28, 2019 46,825 7 By Taonga Nyemba Musician Tytan and his wife Olinda Chapel celebrated their first anniversary on Monday in style. Olinda Chapel and Tytan Skhokho Born Njabulo Nkomo, Tytan, 29, and Olinda, 36, commemorated their 1st anniversary at a time they are eagerly waiting to welcome their first born baby to the world. On his Instagram post, Tytan showed how grateful he was for the gift of love and how much he looked forward to more years with his wife Olinda. Related Articles “One Year Down….an…

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3 die in fresh SA xenophobic attacks

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By Mashudu Netsianda Suspected fresh xenophobic attacks in South Africa have resurfaced in some parts of Limpopo province and Durban in KwaZulu Natal, leaving three people dead and several houses burnt to ashes. The Durban attacks come barely a day after the South African government launched a national action plan to combat racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and ethnic intolerance in the neighbouring country. The attacks allegedly targeted at foreign shop owners began on Sunday night at Kenville residential area in northern Durban. Residents woke up to screams and chants as…

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Sofa not so good – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

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The cyclone that devastated eastern Zimbabwe was predictable. What was also predictable was the failure of the government to prepare for it. Everyone knew it was coming but nothing was done about it and it was not until it arrived that President Mnangagwa cut short yet another foreign trip for a brief visit home. President Emmerson Mnangagwa visiting Cyclone Idai hit areas To make matters worse, the disaster victims in Chimanimani – one of the worst hit areas – desperate for aid, had to make do at first with Mnangagwa’s…

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‘Businessman dies in bed with mistress’

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By Peter Matika A Gwanda born, South Africa-based Zimbabwean man is reported to have died early last week at a lodge in the neighbouring country, while having sex with his mistress. The late Mr Jottah Sibanda The man identified as Mr Jottah Sibanda (67) is alleged to have lost power before he began having trouble breathing and died. Media reports from South Africa noted that Mr Sibanda’s mistress wrapped herself in a towel and called for help, after he collapsed while they were having sex. Staff at the lodge are…

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Meet the lady behind South Africa`s top TV shows

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“There’s nothing you can really do but keep going out there and swinging. Don’t listen to what anybody says except the people who encourage you.” The post Meet the lady behind South Africa`s top TV shows appeared first on Nehanda Radio. Source: Nehanda Radio

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