Chamisa Cancels Presser, Skips Majome Matter

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MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, cancelled his presser slated for Tuesday morning. Chamisa it was hoped, was going to address the thorny matter of the Jessie Majome – Joana Mamombe debacle. He instead released the below article issue: MDC Alliance President, Nelson Chamisa From London to Marange with love IntroductionIt was a tumultuous week in week in which I interacted with Zimbabweans in the United Kingdom and came back home to Zimbabwe where I spoke to the young and the old in rural Buhera, Makoni and Marange all in Manicaland province.…

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VIDEO: Malawian Shepherd Bushiri’s Prophecy On Zimbabwe

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Malawian false Prophet Shepered Bushiri Malawian prophet Shepherd Bushiri told his congregants that he had a vision of a Zimbabwean city that will look like Dubai in the next six years. He said God told him that Zimbabwe’s time of punishment is over and that God will visit Zimbabwe. the malawian prophet said this vision will not be completed by one politician but by all of them together. Watch the video of Bushiri making the prophecy on Zimbabwe below:  Source: Pindula Share this: Source: The Zimbabwe Mail

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We are not blind to Zimbabwe’s difficult past- UK embassy

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MDC President Nelson Chamisa and British Ambassador Laing Catriona THE United Kingdom embassy in Harare today said it is not blind to Zimbabwe’s difficult past or to the many governance challenges that the country is currently facing but it does not support any particular faction, party or individual in the forthcoming elections in Zimbabwe. It said this is response to various accusations following the appearance of Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa on the British broadcasting Corporation programme Hardtalk last week. There were allegations that Britain was taking…

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Zimpapers granted television licence

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Zimpapers Group Chief Executive Mr Pikirayi Deketeke Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Ltd has been granted a television broadcasting licence by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe, making the media firm the first and only fully integrated media house in Zimbabwe with a footprint in publishing and digital, radio broadcasting, printing and packaging and now television broadcasting. The content distribution licence comes at a time when the Zimpapers Group had already set up Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN) as a production house. Headed by veteran journalist Nomsa Nkala, ZTN is already making a name…

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Wheat farmers rush to meet planting deadline

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Most wheat farmers around the country today made a last minute rush to plant and meet the 15 May deadline recommended for them to attain optimum yields. While others have already planted, some are yet to plant as the planting season is in full swing. Speaking to the ZBC News on his final planting day today, a Murombedzi farmer, Mr Emmanuel Mangisi said planting delays were caused by late receipt of inputs. “We are rushing to conclude planting at this farm as today is the last day recommended for planting…

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Losing Zanu PF MPs rebel

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HARARE – Zanu PF legislators who lost in the recently-held primary polls are becoming rebellious in their attitude in the National Assembly which could force the ruling party to rely on the whip system to push through its legislative agenda. The party primaries, held between April 29 and May 3, saw several sitting Members of Parliament — including Cabinet ministers — failing to proceed to the eagerly-awaited general elections due either in July or August, after tripping and falling at the first hurdle. The list includes Mike Bimha, Christopher Mushowe, Nyasha…

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JUST IN: Zimpapers gets TV licence

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The Herald Herald ReporterThe Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Ltd has been granted a television broadcasting licence by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe. This makes the media house the first and only fully integrated media house in the country with a footprint in publishing and digital, radio broadcasting, printing and packaging and now television broadcasting. The content distribution licence comes at a time when the Zimpapers Group had already set up Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN) as a production house. Headed by journalist Nomsa Nkala, ZTN is already making a name on the…

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Inflation rises marginally

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HARARE – Zimbabwe continues to experience a slowdown in price increases as evidenced by a 0,03 percent rise in year on year inflation to 2,71 percent in April. Inflation is a measurement of the rate at which prices are increasing and ZIMSTAT data indicates that the year on year inflation rate increased to 2,71 percent in April from 2,68 percent in March this year. Market watchers said the marginal increase in inflation was mainly fuelled by price adjustments of some food commodities on the back of increased spending ahead of…

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Chamisa promises to end inept leadership in Zimbabwe

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In this Thursday, March 8, 2018 photo, the leader of MDC-T, Zimbabwe’s biggest opposition party, Nelson Chamisa gestures during an interview with the Associated Press in Harare. Ahead of Zimbabwe’s crucial elections this year, the biggest opposition party has selected a charismatic lawyer and pastor to challenge the military-backed president in the first vote without former leader Robert Mugabe in decades. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) HARARE – Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has pledged to end the wanton selfishness and inept leadership of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic…

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Madinda Unhappy With Bosso Performance

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Terrence Mawawa Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu is disappointed with his players’ performancefollowing Bosso’s 0-0 draw against lowly Yadah onSunday. Yadah put up a gritty display in their match againstthe Bulawayo Giants coming from the back of a 5-0drubbing at the hands of log leaders Ngezi Platinum. Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu said hewas not happy with the performance of his players inan interview with Chronicle. Madinda also said if Yadah had managed toscore, the result could have been different as theycould have easily grabbed all three points. “We should abide by…

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