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Belarus, Chinese Miners Invade Top Lodge

Belarusian and Chinese miners have invaded the internationally acclaimed Musangano Lodge in Manicaland’s Mutasa district to prospect for gold and other minerals. The property is owned by a German national, Birgit Klein Alterkamp and is protected by Bilateral Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement (BIPPA). Alterkamp has now dragged Belarusian and …

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The Vine Hosts Free Concert In Mzansi

As part of a strategy to take their music and brand to the fans and beyond the borders, Harare-based Seventh Day Adventist musical group, The Vine, tomorrow night stages a free concert at Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. The potentially explosive night of praise and worship is dubbed …

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Tamy Moyo Inks Another Deal

Songstress Tamy Moyo recently inked a lucrative deal with a property developer, Membership Class Movement (MCM), a VVIP brand that specialises in events, celebrity promotions and lifestyle. The talented 24-year-old was named brand ambassador of MCM VVIP at a glittering event marked by pomp and fanfare. Only last year, Tamy …

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New Twist To Bizarre Kidnapping Story

14-Year-Old Girl Allegedly A Rapist, ThiefBy Richard KawaziThe 14-year-old girl who allegedly kidnapped a 16-month-old toddler left in the care of her minor sisters by her grandmother in Bindura has taken a strange turn. A Bindura court heard that last Thursday the minor purportedly visited a house in the township …

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Mnangagwa-Masisi Alliance Bad For Democracy: Analysts

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Botswana counterpart Mokgweetsi Masisi clearly have many things in common the hounding of political foes out of the country and the silencing of critics being some of their tactics. Masisi touched down at Robert Mugabe International Airport last week and his speech read like …

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Power Outages Rock Zim As Gas Prices Fall

Zimbabwe has been experiencing power outages of up to over 12 hours in some areas around the country since Monday. The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has however attributed the experiences to high power demand due to increased economic activities. “This is due to depressed generation on the …

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Storm At UZ After 1 000pc Tuition Hike Back Fires

University of Zimbabwe (UZ) students Monday staged a flash demonstration over the latest round of tuition fees hike, and have vowed to boycott lectures until the new fees are reversed. The university has increased fees by a staggering 1,000%, triggering an outcry among students, who feel the new fees structures …

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