LIVE UPDATES: Chamisa’s Tembisa Rally

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ZimEye.com brings our valued readers and viewers LIVE updates from Tembisa, Gauteng Province, South Africa where MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is expected to address thousands of diasporans. 13:30 – Chamisa’s MDC Alliance spokesman Welshman Ncube arrives. 12:00 – People descend on the hall in Tembisa. Mr Macdonald Mashonga – REFRESH THIS PAGE FOR THE UPDATES Previous articleDrama As Khuphe Recalls Chamisa From Parliament Source: www.zimeye.com

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Starbucks Apologizes After Worker Calls Police On Black Men Waiting At Table

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Washington, US – Starbucks apologized Saturday to two black men arrested at a Philadelphia store in an incident that has led to accusations of racial profiling by the company and police. Cellphone videos captured the tense moment Thursday afternoon when at least six Philadelphia Police Department officers stood over two seated black men, asking them to leave. A man named Andrew Yaffe arrives to tell police that the two men were waiting for him. The officer says that they were not complying and were being arrested for trespassing. “Why would…

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IS FACEBOOK TRULY SHUTTING DOWN? – Not At All This Video Is Fake, Attention Seeking Satire

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By Redley Mugabe| Perhaps the consequences of failing to read small print – Many Facebook account owners were fooled after the below video was circulated. The footage shows a video of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg saying that he is shutting the website down and will open it for paying customers only. Was this a real video? Not at all. It was just a cunningly manipulated facial of the man morphed into a motion video announcing the below statement, ZimEye.com can reveal. A simple scroll to the end of the footage…

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BREAKING – UK, US and France Launch Attacks On Syrian Chemical Sites

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The US, UK and France have bombed multiple government targets in Syria in an early morning operation targeting alleged chemical weapons sites. The strikes were in response to a suspected chemical attack on the Syrian town of Douma last week. Explosions hit the capital, Damascus, as well as two locations near the city of Homs, the Pentagon said.Russia’s ambassador to the US responded by saying the attack on its ally “will not be left without consequences”. “The nations of Britain, France, and the United States of America have marshalled their…

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PICTURE: Zambia Adopts “Chamisa’s Spaghetti Idea”, Spaghetti Road to Cover 120 kilometres

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By Farai D Hove| Four (4) weeks after MDC leader Nelson Chamisa was mocked by Zimbabweans for his spaghetti road idea, Zambia has adopted the ambitious concept. The neighbouring country’s Daily Mail paper reports on the development in a screaming headline titled, “Lusaka born again”. The paper’s Steven Mvula reports saying Lusaka is poised for a milestone transformation into a city of international standards following the launch of a US$289 million roads construction project. The project, which was launched by President Edgar Lungu and his Indian counterpart Ram Kovind yesterday, is…

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S.A Murambatsvina, Man Throws Baby From Rooftop In Protest

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the jaw breaking moments the man about to throw the baby By Paul Nyathi| A South African man has been arrested for attempted murder after he threw his two year old baby from a four metre high rooftop. South Africa media, HeraldLive captured jaw breaking images of the man throwing the baby from the rooftop after negotiations between him and the police to spare the child failed. The media house reports that, the man went on top of his illegally constructed house at Joe Slovo Informal Settlement in Richards Bay…

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UK: Zimbabwe’s Military Transition To Be Discussed In Nottingham

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By A Correspondent| Zimbabwe’s military transition is going to be under discussion tomorrow on Saturday the 14th April. This will be at the Independence celebrations in Nottingham. Parliamentary proceedings at Mines and Energy continued Posted by ZimEye on Monday, April 9, 2018 “The meeting will talk about the November 2017 events the current ED government’s mandate the sudden death of the MDC and its impact; Constitutionalism in Zimbabwe,” the Chairman of the Nottingham Zimbabwean Community Network, the Regis Manyanya said. He told ZimEye the meeting will also look into, “Our citizens being…

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Zuckerberg Apologizes To Senators

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Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg has apologised over the data privacy matter he was hauled before the US Senate to answer for. Zuckerberg endured an hours-long grilling by dozens of U.S. senators Tuesday during which he repeatedly apologized and promised privacy reforms but also pointedly defended his company against the threat of new legislation. Zuckerberg invoked Facebook’s unlikely journey — from a tiny start-up he co-founded in his Harvard dorm room 14 years ago to a social media behemoth — in explaining Facebook’s frequent privacy missteps and its failure to spot…

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Dad of three killed in hijacking at Cape beach

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A visit to the beach turned deadly for a Mitchells Plain father who was gunned down in his car in an apparent hijacking. Colin Isaacs, 39, was murdered early on Sunday morning at Mnandi Beach. Colin Isaacs was gunned down at Mnandi Beach in an apparent hijacking. Picture: Supplied His wife, Chantal, 39, survived the ordeal by hiding in the bush from the killers, who took her husband’s car. The couple, from Rocklands, had been married for 16 years and have three young daughters. Chantal’s mother, Shirley Sawyer, says the…

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