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Day: April 15, 2019

Alph Lukau’s Elliot, Brighton Moyo, Thabiso Proud Mlanje and the “secrets he took to the grave”

Mxolisi Ncube JOHANNESBURG – Usually, when a person dies and gets buried, their soul must be allowed to rest, except that person may have left behind them questions that still need answers, in which case, they cannot be left to…

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Zimbabwe: Resettled farmers fail to reach macademia nuts targets

Clayton Masekesa CHIPINGE – Resettled farmers here who forcefully grabbed macadamia nuts farms during the country’s infamous land grab in 2000 have this year failed to meet the 9 000 tonnes target following poor farming methods and incapacitation, experts have…

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UNICEF assists HIV+ cyclone victims

Clayton Masekesa MUTARE – UNICEF has rolled out a programme to trace and assist HIV-positive mothers and displace children who had their treatment schedules disrupted in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. The furious natural disaster ripped apart Chimanimani and Chipinge,…

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Zimbabwe: Compensating white farmers is class solidarity between black capitalists and white capitalists, while trampling on the rights of the workers and peasants, charges ZCP

Political Reporter JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s recent promise to compensate the country’s displaced white commercial farmers is some form of class solidarity in which “black capitalists” are extending the hand of friendship to a “section of white capitalists”…

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George Charamba scoffing at Gukurahundi victims proves what an ignorant fool he is

Iphithule Maphosa President Mnangagwa`s spokesperson George Charamba, who has dedicated his life to justifying all evils perpetrated by Zanu (PF) over decades, once again displayed his arrogance recently, when he gave Zanu (PF)`s position and its attempts to hoodwink the…

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa sees nothing wrong with Gukurahundi debate

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa says debate on the Gukurahundi issue should have started a long time ago and resolution of some of the issues finalised back then. The Head of State challenged the nation to open up discussions on…

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South Africa: ANC veterans slam Magashule for ‘outrageous’ racial utterances about whites

The ANC secretary-general called on voters to reject ‘umlungu’, while the veterans are in effect asking the ANC to reject him in response. In a statement on Monday, numerous ANC veterans said it was “unacceptable” that ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule…

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Rwanda’s genocide: Between Hutu majority and dictatorship

Inwalomhe Donald Though Kagame is facing little opposition in elections as his reign extends through the years, only time will tell if the Rwandan example of dictatorship and development proves an enduring model or a one-time fluke. The genocide ended after…

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Six killed in anti-separatism military operation in Cameroon’s restive anglophone region

YAOUNDE – At least six people were killed and several others injured early Sunday during an anti-separatism military operation in Ekona, a locality in Southwest, one of Cameroon’s two war-torn English-speaking regions, Xinhua news agency reported, quoting local sources. The…

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Nigerian, Cameroonian troops kill 27 Boko Haram suspects in gun battle

YAOUNDE – The Nigerian Army on Monday announced the imposition of a “permanent discomforting sleep” on 27 Boko Haram suspects in a joint raid with Cameroonian forces. The raid on April 13 also led to the recovery of heavy arms,…

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