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Cyril Ramaphosa: In future this revolving door of ministers, ministries and DGs will have to end

By Keith Gottschalk South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has announced his new cabinet. As widely expected, he either fired or demoted almost all cabinet…

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Posted in Featured News South Africa Zimbabwe

Child trafficking: Zimbabwe set to take back minors smuggled into South Africa

  By Tariro Washinyira and News24   The South African Department of Social Development has confirmed that Zimbabwe will receive the eight children smuggled into…

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Posted in Business Featured News South Africa Zimbabwe

Shosholoza Meyl back on the rail to the north, and Transnet delivers on its Africa strategy

Zimbabwe Digital News A massive transformation, re-awakening and integration of regional railway systems is currently taking place between South African, and Zimbabwean railway networks –…

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Posted in Featured International Sport Zimbabwe

Emirates, Arsenal sign biggest ever agreed football sponsorship deal

Own Correspondent Emirates Airlines, which flies daily from Lusaka and Harare to Dubai, and Arsenal Football Club, have  announced a new sponsorship deal. The sponsorship, the largest…

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Posted in Featured News Zimbabwe

Morgan Tsvangirai funeral: How Zimbabwe’s Buhera village forced its way into international headlines

  Zimbabwe Digital News and AFP On the map of Zimbabwe Buhera is one of those small villages that you will likely miss. The village…

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A black American, a Zimbabwean-American, and a Kenyan: Black Panther and the redemption of Africa

  By Jelani Cobb The Maison des Esclaves stands on the rocky shore of Gorée Island, off the coast of Senegal, like a great red…

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Posted in Featured News Zimbabwe

Morgan Tsvangirai funeral latest: President Mnangagwa hails role of late Prime Minister in Zim democracy

By BBC and Bloomberg Zimbabwe’s president Emmerson Mnangagwa has called on all Zimbabweans to unite to mourn opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who died of colon…

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Posted in Featured News South Africa Zimbabwe

Morgan Tsvangirai funeral details: Zororo Phumulani appointed to handle MDC-T leader’s funeral

  Zimbabwe Digital News Top Zimbabwean funerals services provider, Zororo Phumulani (powered by Doves) has been awarded perhaps its most high profile funeral assignment yet,…

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This will be a quiet president, in place of Jacob Zuma’s inane giggling and braggadocio

By David Everatt Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa – forgive me, President Ramaphosa – is self-evidently a private and reserved human being. Since his decision to contest…

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Posted in Featured International News Zimbabwe

Obituary: Zimbabwe’s Morgan Tsvangirai: heroic herald of an epoch foretold

By David B. Moore Morgan Tsvangirai, who was born March 10 1952 in Buhera, in Manicaland just across the border from Zimbabwe’s Gutu District in…

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World religious leaders advocate for peace forum on human rights issues in Southeast Asian

  Own Correspondent Peaceful co-existence and progress have become a prime development agenda in both Malaysia and Southeast Asian countries. When the multicultural environment with…

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Bright spark as Chinese lighting ceremony brings luminescence to SA’s Nelson Mandela Square

  Own Correspondent   This week Chinese Embassy in South Africa held a Lighting Ceremony at the Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg to celebrate…

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The ANC NEC has therefore decided: To recall Jacob Zuma

By Ace Magashule Secretary General African National Congress, Luthuli House Statement by the African National Congress following special meeting of the National Executive Committee held…

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President Mnangagwa set to commission new rolling stock at NRZ

Own Correspondent Waves of excitement are sweeping through Zimbabwean media and train enthusiasts following the delivery to Bulawayo this week of a consignment of railway…

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This stampede in the (MDC) cockpit is needless and unnecessary: Luke Tamborinyoka

  By Luke Tamborinyoka There has been needless furore over my statement communicating President Tsvangirai’s position that Vice President Hon. Nelson Chamisa is now the acting…

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