National

Zim Police In Show Of Force As Anti-Government Protests Commence

Zim Police In Show Of Force As Anti-Government Protests Commence

Harare, October 21, 2014 – Zimbabwean authorities on Tuesday deployeddozens of police officers inside Africa Unity Square, a central pointfor several historical protests organised by...

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Africa

Zwelinzima Vavi

Battle For Faction-Ridden COSATU Underway

The  2.2 million-member strong South African umbrella body COSATU three-day Central Executive Committee has been described by some as a  make-or-break Central Executive Committee is...

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International

Threats Of 10,000 New Ebola Cases Per Week Loom

Threats Of 10,000 New Ebola Cases Per Week Loom

There could be up to 10,000 new Ebola cases per week in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone by the end of this year as the...

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Business

Beef Producers Call For Lifting Of Cattle Ban

Beef Producers Call For Lifting Of Cattle Ban

By Upenyu Chaota / ItaiMuzondo Masvingo Beef Producers Association has pleaded with the Veterinary Services to lift the bracket cattle sales ban which was effected a...

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Entertainment

Sandra Ndebele

Sandra Ndebele Receives Chaka Chaka Mentorship

Musician, Sandra Ndebele, who was appointed Mpilo Central Hospital goodwill ambassador, on Monday left the country for South Africa for orientation by Unicef goodwill ambassador...

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Sports

SA's Stellenbosch University Committed To Non-Racialism

SA's Stellenbosch University Committed To Non-Racialism

The University of Stellenbosch one of South Africa and Africa's top universities says it remains committed to non-racial dialogue. This follows a decision not to...

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Blogs

Zimbabwe's  First Lady Grace Mugabe

Grace Mugabe: From Humble Typist To "Queen Mother"

By Moses Matenga She rose to prominence in the late 90s when the media got wind of a child born out of wedlock and subsequently reported...

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