Madzibaba Masango tragedy!

Madzibaba Masango tragedy! 1

By Arron Nyamayaro Johanne Masowe Kubata kweVapostori Faith church leader Madzibaba Strive Masango lost all three children and a relative in a road traffic accident on Saturday. The children – two girls and a boy – aged 10, five and two. Burial for the four is set for Mt Darwin today. Madzibaba Masango’s wife – Chipo Mapako – was behind the wheel when her Mercedes Benz veered off the road near Surrey business centre, along Harare-Marondera road, killing her three children and a relative on spot. She and two other…

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Mnangagwa Tells UAE That US Sanctions Are Responsible For Zim’s Economic Collapse

Mnangagwa Tells UAE That US Sanctions Are Responsible For Zim’s Economic Collapse 2

Mnangagwa in UAE The United States should have lifted economic sanctions against Zimbabwe “yesterday”, President Mnangagwa has said, as he seeks to fix a broken economy and attract international investment. “We feel that we are almost two decades behind in terms of development as a result of economic sanctions that have been imposed on us,” Emmerson Mnangagwa told The National in an interview in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. “We are saying yes, we wish that these sanctions would be removed yesterday by those who have imposed sanctions on us, but beyond that…

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Horror As “Back To Sender” Prophet Loses ALL 3 Children In Horrific Accident, Could It Be A Taste Of Own Medicine?

Horror As “Back To Sender” Prophet Loses ALL 3 Children In Horrific Accident, Could It Be A Taste Of Own Medicine? 5

Popular Apostolic Sect leader Madzibaba Masango of the Johannes Masowe Kubata kweVapostori church has suffered a huge blow after all three of his children and a relative died in a horrific accident on Friday. According to local tabloid H-Metro, the accident occurred near Surrey business centre along the Harare-Marondera road. Madzibaba Masango, real name Strive Masango, who is popularly known as the ‘back to sender’ prophet was not in the car when the accident happened. Instead, Madzibaba’s wife, Chipo Mapako was driving her Mercedez Benz which is reported to have…

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Former Deputy Minister Set To Lose House Over An Unpaid Debt

Former Deputy Minister Set To Lose House Over An Unpaid Debt 6

Edwin Muguti Correspondent|Former Health and Child Care deputy minister Edwin Muguti is set to lose his house over rental arrears owed to Joyce Mako-Mashaninga. This is the second time this year Muguti has lost property over failure to settle debt. Last month, Muguti lost a Mercedes Benz 560, Mercedes Benz 280, a Toyota Vista, green water tank, an Ecco flat screen TV set, a deep freezer, solar panels and among other movable assets over a debt he owed to African Century Limited. In the latest case, the court handed a…

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Chamisa Orders MDC Mayor To Resign Immediately Or Be Pushed Out

Chamisa Orders MDC Mayor To Resign Immediately Or Be Pushed Out 9

Collin Maboke MDC president Nelson Chamisa has rekindled his fight with Masvingo mayor Collin Maboke, ordering him to resign within a week to save his council seat or face expulsion for defying party directives. Maboke has been accused of defying a party directive after he threw his hat in the ring to challenge preferred party candidate Godfrey Kurauone and went on to win the mayoral post, with the backing of Zanu-PF councillors. The Masvingo council is MDC-dominated, with the opposition party holding seven seats while Zanu-PF has three. The opposition…

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Chamisa gives Masvingo mayor one week to resign…. says “we need discipline in our party”

Chamisa gives Masvingo mayor one week to resign…. says “we need discipline in our party” 12

Last updated Mar 18, 2019 46,805 9 By Upenyu Chaota | Zim Morning Post | MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has given mayor Collen Maboke a one week ultimatum to resign or face expulsion from the party. President of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Nelson Chamisa Speaking before a provincial council meeting here on Saturday, Chamisa said indiscipline will never be tolerated and anyone who is found wanting will be dealt with accordingly. “We need discipline in our party. We cannot let people run around doing whatever they want…

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Women’s Parliamentary Quota Has Not Helped Zimbabwean Women At All

Women’s Parliamentary Quota Has Not Helped Zimbabwean Women At All 13

Priscilla Misihairabwi Mushonga, twice beneficiary. In Zimbabwe, the women’s proportional representation policy, in its current format and nature has failed to politically empower women. Researches have indicated that there is no direct relationship between increased women participation in politics and democracy, others have also argued further that there is no direct correlation between women’s participation in politics and economic development, at least at a macro level. Research, however, has proven that increased women’s participation at a micro-level leads to sustained socio-economic development. Thus we can theorise that increased women’s participation…

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Mnangagwa Follows After Chamisa To Manicaland

Mnangagwa Follows After Chamisa To Manicaland 16

Paul Nyathi|President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced that he will be visiting cyclone Idai ravaged Manicaland Province on Tuesday morning to assess the effects of the cyclone first hand. Speaking on national television in a live broadcast on Monday evening Mnangagwa expressed condolences to families of the 89 people killed by the cyclone. Mnangagwa’s visit to the area comes immediately after opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa visited the area and donated clothing and food items to the affected families. Chamisa was however blocked by members of the Manicaland Civil Protection Unit…

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Dr Thokozani Khupe Speaks On Tropical Cyclone Idai, Calls For Donations

Dr Thokozani Khupe Speaks On Tropical Cyclone Idai, Calls For Donations 18

Monday 18 March 2019 MDC-T call for Action and Donations to assist Cyclone IDAI Victims The MDC-T family is deeply saddened by the loss of life and property as a result of Cyclone Idai which has swept across the country leaving a trail of destruction. We join the nation in mourning the precious lives of Zimbabweans that have been lost due to this vicious cyclone. The cyclone has so far claimed at least 84 lives according to the Ministry of Information & Publicity and over a hundred people are reported…

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Eddie Cross: Of Cyclones and Uncertainty

Eddie Cross: Of Cyclones and Uncertainty 20

By Eddie Cross In Zimbabwe cyclones off the Mozambique coast are almost always bad news. Typically, our rainfall starts in November each year and runs through to March or April. Former BULAWAYO South MDC-T legislator, Eddie Cross The rest of the year is dry and mild to hot. In the south of the country our rains can come either from a southern system drifting across the continent from South Africa where the system constitutes the main wet season pattern. In the northern half of the country we get our main…

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