Stiffer Penalties For Child Molesters: Chiwenga

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said government will enforce stiffer penalties for child abusers. This comes at a time the nation has witnessed an upsurge in child abuse cases. Recently a nine-year-old girl from Tsholotsho gave birth and became the second youngest mother in the world. Speaking during United Nations …

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Cristiano Ronaldo Leaves Man Utd

Manchester United have confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo has left the club for the second time after his contract was terminated with immediate effect by ‘mutual agreement’. It comes just days after an incendiary interview Ronaldo gave to Piers Morgan and TalkTV, during which he heavily criticised the club. “Cristiano Ronaldo …

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Gems Get Off To A Losing Start

The Zimbabwe senior netball team, the Gems, opened their Spar Diamond Challenge Cup campaign with a 55-50 loss to South Africa’s President’s XII. The tournament began yesterday in Pretoria, South Africa and will end on Saturday with four teams taking part in the competition — Scotland, Zimbabwe and South Africa’s …

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SA Coach Accuses Struggling Khama Billiat Of Lying About His Age

South African coach, Mlungisi “Professor” Ngubane, has made wild accusations that former Zimbabwe international Khama Billiat is struggling for form at Kaizer Chiefs because he either allegedly lied about his age or due to excessive partying. The 32-year-old former Ajax Amsterdam and Mamelodi Sundowns player has been targeted for fierce …

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Schools Battle For Honours At Jikinya Dance Fest

Arts industry mother body, National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) has expressed satisfaction with the level of competition exhibited by primary schools at the Jikinya Dance Festival’s provincial competitions ahead of tomorrow’s grand finale. Organised by NACZ in partnership with the National Association of Primary Heads (NAPH), the festival was …

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November 2017 Military Coup Promises Shattered

PROMISES of a break with the past and a new beginning, economic recovery, freedom, democratic re-alignment and prosperity by military commanders at the onset of Zimbabwe’s  2017 coup as well as by President Emmerson Mnangagwa have virtually been shattered amid renewed autocratisation — five years later. There is a sharp …

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ED Attacked Over Coup

Self-exiled former minister Saviour Kasukuwere has accused the ruling Zanu PF party of failing to abide by its constitution in elevating President Emmerson Mnangagwa as its leader following the ousting of the late former leader Robert Mugabe. Speaking at a discussion on the fifth anniversary of Mugabe’s ouster held under …

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President Tells The Young To Be Disciplined, Avoid Drugs

Young people should be disciplined, ambitious and avoid drugs in order to transform their communities and countries, while the adoption of science, innovation and technology will help developing countries to leapfrog and catch up with the developed world, President Mnangagwa has said. Speaking in a Heads of State panel discussion …

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