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Malian Woman Gives Birth To Nine Babies

A 25-year-old Malian woman has given birth to nine babies – two more than doctors had detected during scans. Halima Cisse gave birth to the nonuplets in Morocco. Mali’s government flew her there for specialist care. “I’m very happy,” her husband told the BBC. “My wife and the babies [five …

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Defiant Ace Magashule Suspends Ramaphosa As ANC President

Johannesburg – Suspended ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has hit back, claiming that he has suspended party president Cyril Ramaphosa and that he would appeal his “fatally flawed” suspension. A defiant Magashule, who was this week suspended for failing to step aside, described his suspension from party activities as “fatally …

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Divine Lunga Included In Warriors Fold After Afcon Qualifiers Drama

Divine Lunga has been included in the Warriors’ preliminary squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers after the defender ironed out his issues with coach Zdravko Logarusic. The Golden Arrows left-back fell out with the trainer after he made a last-minute withdrawal from the Afcon Qualifiers squad against Botswana and Zambia in …

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High Court Frees Mamombe, Chimbiri

High Court judge Justice Tawanda Chitapi has granted MDC Alliance’s Harare West legislator Joana Mamombe and party activist Cecilia Chimbiri $20 000 bail each. The two had spent almost two months at Chikurubi Maximum prison facing charges of contravening Covid-19 regulations after addressing a press conference in front of the …

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Financial Crisis Hits Upcoming Artists

By Pretiosa Chimuti A lot of young upcoming artists are facing financial problems in order to make it in the music industry, a challenge which has set back their talents, Nhau has learnt. Their talent and vision are visible but the issue is on finances as they are failing to …

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Human Rights Violations Place Mnangagwa In A Tight Spot

By Mellisa GombeThe alleged continuous human rights violations perpetrated against President Mnangagwa’s political opponents have attracted international attention likely to draw more punitive measures against the Second Republic. When Mnangagwa grabbed power from late former president Robert Mugabe, with assistance from the military, he tried to re-engage with the West. …

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Upcoming Artiste Builds Studio

By Pretiosa Chimuti Rising rapper Richard Tanaka Chirunduza popularly known as Trinch is building a studio in Norton to help fellow upcoming artistes, Nhau has heard. A winner of various accolades, Trinch said:  “I am a good poetry writer so I even help some of the artists who will be …

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Boy (12) Hangs Himself

A 12-YEAR-OLD boy from Bulawayo’s Pumula South suburb last week hanged himself while on his way to school.The boy, identified as Owami Mabhena, was going to school with his nine-year-old brother when he committed suicide“On April 26 at 8am, the boy from Pumula South and his younger brother, a male …

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MDC Alliance Youth Leaders’ Trial Off To A Dramatic Start

THE trial of MDC Alliance youth leaders Joana Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri and Netsai Marova, accused of faking abduction, was off to a dramatic start, after they made several applications, subsequently dismissed.Through their lawyers, Alec Muchadehama and Jeremiah Bamu, the trio sought for the postponement of their trial on the basis …

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Bulawayo Lawyer Sues Mnangagwa

BULAWAYO lawyer Nqobani Sithole has taken President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda, Senate President Marble Chinomona and Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister Ziyambi Ziyambi to court contesting the legality of the restoration of Constitutional Amendment No 1 (HB 1A. 2017) which lapsed in July 2018.Sithole …

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