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Joshua beats Ruiz on points, reclaims titles in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Anthony Joshua jumped up and down in the ring with his massive entourage, celebrating being around $70 million richer and having three world heavyweight belts back in his possession. For the British boxing superstar, it was well worth this controversial trip to Saudi Arabia. In the first heavyweight title fight to be held in the… Read More
Business News 

Parliament doubts Ncube’s growth figures

PARLIAMENT has described Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s projected economic growth for 3% next year as unrealistic given the acute electricity shortages and drought facing the country. Ncube last month proposed a $636 billion national budget for 2020 where he focused that the economy would bounce back from a -6.5% decline this year. He said the revival would be driven by… Read More
News Politics 

British ambassador meets VP Chiwenga

HARARE – British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Melanie Robinson yesterday paid a courtesy call on Vice President Constantino Chiwenga where they discussed various issues, including reforms being implemented by the Government and the humanitarian situation in the country. Ms Robinson, who was accompanied by the head of the Department for International Development Ms Cate Turton, said her country wanted Zimbabwe… Read More
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Mnangagwa labels ZEC chair Chigumba a sellout

Mnangagwa labels ZEC chair Chigumba a sellout. Exiled former Zanu-PF strategist, Jonathan Moyo, revealed this in his book, Excelgate, which he claims exposes how the 2018 presidential elections were reportedly rigged in favour of Mnangagwa. Government has, however, rubbished Moyo’s claims in the book. President Emmerson Mnangagwa allegedly blew his top and lashed at Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Priscillah Chigumba after she… Read More
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Chances Of ED, Chamisa talks brought to life as MDC drops some demands

Chances Of ED, Chamisa talks brought to life as MDC drops some demands. The MDC dropped the demand for a foreign mediator over the weekend saying that what was important was having a neutral convenor, local or international. The development was received well by ZANU PF which has been insisting that no foreigner will be engaged for the purposes of dialogue.… Read More
Business Discussion News 

Diasporans to pay more in passport fees

Harare Bureau GOVERNMENT has authorised the Civil Registry Department to charge US$318 for passport applicants in the diaspora while local charges remain unchanged. Last month Government revealed that passport fees would be increased significantly to enable the Registrar-General’s office to clear the huge backlog. Addressing the media yesterday, Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Kazembe Kazembe said: “The Ministry is… Read More
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Zim is its own worst enemy with a suicidal CANCEL CULTURE!

5/5 The personalization of politics in Zimbabwe has become cancerous & is now a clear & present danger to the country. Every human engagement requires a meeting of minds, which should be the pivotal starting point. Once people have a meeting of minds, it must be all systems go! — Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) December 9, 2019 4/5 There's no… Read More
Accident News Weird & Bizarre 

2 dead and 28 others injured after ZUPCO buses collide in Harare

HARARE – Two people were killed and 28 others injured after two busses collided in Harare on Thursday morning. Police said the two buses running a ZUPCO service to the suburbs of Mabvuku and Epworth crashed at a curve. “The ZRP confirms that two people died and 28 others were injured at 7.30AM today when an Abdul and Son bus… Read More
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Ziyambi reveals VP Chiwenga’s preferred candidate for 2023 election

Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson Ziyambi Ziyambi has dismissed that his province has endorsed a candidate who is not President Emmerson Mnangagwa for the 2023 elections, describing the reports as mischievous and misleading. Speaking at an inter-district meeting at Chinhoyi Training Centre on Saturday, Ziyambi distanced his province from information circulating on social media and insisted that such reports were… Read More
News Traditional & Culture 

Tourists disappointed as drought-hit Victoria Falls slow down to a trickle

‘Seems to be not much (water), a few rocky stones with a little water between it’ Low season … Spray rises up in the distance along the parched gorge on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls, Zambia, December 5, 2019 (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings) VICTORIA FALLS – For decades Victoria Falls, where the Zambezi River cascades down 100 metres into a gash… Read More
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