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Thursday, June 27, 2019
THE visiting South African minister  for International Relations, Lindiwe Sisulu has  refused to make serious commitment to various request by Harare saying certain decisions required a whole cabinet approval before an undertaking is made. Addressing delegates at the Bi-National Commission meetings of ministers, Sisulu said certain things ought to have...
Harare - Government is planning another gig for the late national hero and music maestro Oliver Mtukudzi this month as a way to remember the legendary singer. In a statememt issued by secretary for for Arts and Culture Thokozile Chitepo, the gig will be...
Johannesburg -The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Commission) has cleared Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) leader Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his church of any wrongdoing in the December 28 stampede which led to the death of...
Following  Intratrek Zimbabwe’s victory in the High Court over a contract dispute involving the Gwanda solar project, its technical partner CHiNT Electric Co has this week written to Energy and Power Development minister Joram Gumbo to reaffirm its commitment to see the successful completion of the 100...
A senior British parliamentarian on Monday sensationally alleged that Russia is planning to establish a military base in Zimbabwe, amid growing bilateral ties between the two nations. President Emmerson Mnangagwa was in Moscow a fortnight ago where he held a one on one meeting...
Bulawayo-Suspended ZIFA vice president Gift Banda said he did not act unconstitutionally by making Warriors technical team changes and called for an urgent forensic audit, citing mismanagement of funds in the first monththe Felton Kamambo leadership took over the reins from Phillip Chiyangwa .
Harare City Council (HCC) says it will not bow down to pressure from various pressure groups seeking the council to stop the demolition of illegal structures which started in Mbare over the weekend. In an interview with the Mail and Telegraph, the council...
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa who was reportedly blocked from entering into the National Sports Stadium (NSS) for the late national hero Oliver Mtukudzi 's tribute concert was not in fact anywhere near NSS, the Mail and Telegraph can reveal. Reports has it that...
There was a clash within the late national hero Oliver Dairai Mtukudzi's family over his final resting place, the Mail and Telegraph has learnt. Tuku was declared a national hero by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday and will be buried on Sunday at...
Pretoria - Thousands of people are in an expectant mood as the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church launches its first International Visitors program in South Africa on Saturday. Several people are expected to throng to Pretoria, the country's capital on Friday night.
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