200 Suspected Dead So Far, Chamisa Throws Blame On Mnangagwa

200 Suspected Dead So Far, Chamisa Throws Blame On Mnangagwa 1

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of abrogating on his duties and resorting to violence in the face of demands by people that he fulfils his constitutional mandate. Speaking at the funeral of one of the victims of the security force’s heavy-handed response to last week’s protests, Chamisa said if Mnangagwa ignored the people’s economic plight he would continue to be under pressure and things would not get any better for the Zanu PF leader. “If you check, the constitution demands the President to serve the country,…

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“I Choose Players Based On The Size Of Their Manhood,” Female Soccer Coach

“I Choose Players Based On The Size Of Their Manhood,” Female Soccer Coach 3

Paul Nyathi|A woman coach to a German male football team shocked a journalist who asked her a ‘gender-biased’ question when she retorted that she picked her team members based on the size of their p*nis. Imke Wubbenhorst, first woman to coach a football club in Germany’s top five divisions went sarcastic in an interview with German Newspaper, Welt. The Journalists had asked her if the players had to cover themselves up before she goes into their changing room, and the coach retorted – “Of course not. I’m a professional. I…

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“This Time Zimbabweans Are Dedicated To Get The Job Done.”

“This Time Zimbabweans Are Dedicated To Get The Job Done.” 5

By Eddie Cross|ALWAYS something new out of Africa. I have always accepted this adage but right now I think the situation in Zimbabwe is beyond reason. Just try to understand what this regime has done in the past seven days.  Firstly, the President announces a raft of measures on Friday, one of which increases the prices of fuel from about $1.35 to $3.31. Nothing is done to change the policy stance that the Zimbabwean local currency is still valued at 1:1 to the US Dollar and if that is the…

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Zim Protests: Horrific Day When Politics Spilt Innocent Blood Onto A Soccer Pitch

Zim Protests: Horrific Day When Politics Spilt Innocent Blood Onto A Soccer Pitch 7

He met his fate while wearing a Manchester United shirt, almost like millions of Zimbabweans who find solace in the EPL Kelvin Tinashe Choto, a 22-year-old captain of an armature football club from Zimbabwe’s largest suburb of Chitungwiza, was watching his teammates strutting their stuff on their grassrless field. Just like any other day, football meant no harm to the youths playing on this field. But a bullet struck Choto’s head on Tuesday and he was declared a dead man on the scene. “I have been robbed,” his father said to AP while crying. “He was…

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Instead Of Investments, Azerbaijan Gives Mnangagwa Lessons On Proper Organisation of Governance.

Paul Nyathi|Azerbaijan media reports that President Emmerson Mnangagwa left that country with a few lessons on how to efficiantly run a nation. According to the media, the Zimbabwean President developed a strong interest in the experience of Azerbaijan in the proper organization of governance, the conduct of independent policies based on national interests and also in the country’s experience in economic and social reforms, Azerbaijani MP Tahir Rzayev told the media in that country while commenting on the visit of the Zimbabwean President to the country. The MP noted that…

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Fungisai a woman of all seasons

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Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave is one multi-talented woman. In addition to being an award-winning musician, Fungisai, a holder of a sociology degree, is also into gardening and designing. Fungisai Zvakavapano The mother of three, like other women of her age, wakes up early on a daily basis helping her maid with some of the morning chores. “I am proud to be a full time housewife. During week days, I start my day with a shower before preparing breakfast for my husband and children. “My husband is responsible for taking two of our children…

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ED faces uphill task to re-engage world

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Zimbabwe’s chances of re-engaging with some of the world’s biggest economies are fast fading away after the latest wave of human rights abuses by government security organs which according to civil society organisations has left at least 12 people dead and dozens others injured. President Emmerson Mnangagwa Following the resignation of former president Robert Mugabe in 2017 after a soft coup led by the army, the world had given Zimbabwe under the leadership of President Emmerson Mnangagwa the benefit of doubt. Mugabe’s rule was characterised by repression and human rights…

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Chamisa Comforts Shooting Victim’s Family

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Correspondent|MDC leader Nelson Chamisa went to Chitungwiza to comfort the family of Kelvin Choto who was shot to death in the head during last week’s violent protests in Chitungwiza. The 22-year-old Choto, who was the captain of Chitungwiza City Football Club, is survived by a wife and a seven-month-old baby. Said Chamisa: “A 22-year old footballer, Kelvin Choto was shot dead during the stay-away. (He) had a young wife and a 7 months old daughter. Kelvin was not active in politics. Killings and violence are barbaric ways of resolving national…

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Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum Update On Army Violence: Media Statement

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20 January 2019 On the Ransom Arrest of the Mahiya FamilyMrs. Hilda Mahiya (63), the mother to Mr. Rashid Mahiya, Chairperson of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition and Executive Director of Heal Zimbabwe Trust, was also badly tortured by the police and the soldiers on Friday 18 January 2019.  The police also tortured Pastor. Douglas (Jnr) Mahiya.  Both are accused of hiding the whereabouts of Mr. Rashid Mahiya whom the state accuses of masterminding the protests that rocked the nation following fuel increases. Shutdown Violations Updates in Brief On the Abduction of…

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Rashid Mahiya’s Young Brother Badly Assaulted By Security Details

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By Don Chigumba| The torture of civilians has gone to another level. You can become a victim of torture because of your siblings, this should be condemned. Douglas Mahiya, young brother to the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition leader Rashid Mahiya was heavily beaten by soldiers when he tried to rescue her mother after she was picked up by the soldiers on 18/01/2019. Douglas had to be attended to by doctors because of the serious nature of his injuries. His mother is said to have been released around midnight. She was…

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