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US & Israeli Tourist, Noaa Bujanover Goes Missing In Zimbabwe

Family and Friends of US & Israeli Tourist , Noaa Bujanover have put up a search plea on facebook and other social networks as they are in search of their friend...

Zimbabwean Refugees Complain about abuse and bribery at Pretoria’s Marabastad Refugee Reception Office

Zimbabwean refugees and other nationalities trying to legalize their status in South Africa amidst deportations and raids by police are said to be experiencing extortion...

Nigerian Restaurant Shut Down For Selling Human Meat

Six women and four men were arrested and the hotel they operated was forced to shut down after revelations that it was selling human meat to customers. Police raided the...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Morgan Tsvangirai

Morgan Tsvangirai is the President of the MDC-T, from humble beginnings in his rural home in Buhera to being a Prime Minister. Here’s more of what you might not...

South Africa Suspends Immigrants Deportation For Now

South Africa has temporarily suspended immigrant deportation after human rights activists argued in court that it was insensitive to chase foreigners away soon after the...

10 Jonathan Moyo’s Most Interesting Twitter Replies

Social media especially twitter seems to be the playground for politicians these days, whilst everyone has a right to have an account it’s what they say and how...

Supa Airs Biti's Dirty Laundry In Dramatic Twitter Rant

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Supa Mandiwanzira

Supa Mandiwanzira is one of the leading pioneers of the media industry in Zimbabwe, from his days as a journalist at a local newspaper in Mutare to his position now as a...

Zimbabwe’s Pioneer Coaches Unexpectedly Retrenches 80 Employees

The Pioneer coaches have stopped all their local routes leaving eighty employees without jobs and their contracts terminated to their surprise. Some employees who spoke...

SA President, Jacob Zuma pens open letter in reaction to criticism over xenophobic attacks in SA

SA president responded to a scathing open letter addressed to him by Mozambican writer and poet, Mia Couto over widespread xenophobia attacks in SA. Read President...

Boy Killed By A Lion On Uncle’s Watch

A fourteen year boy lost his life and was eaten by a lion while guarding family crops with his uncle in the North East in Mariga village near the Zambian and Mozambican...

Zambia’s Radio Station, Radio Qfm Blacks Out South African Music From Playing On Their Station In Protest Against Xenophobia Attacks

Most of the xenophobia affected countries are finding ways to send the message to the South Africans and their government that they should stop xenophobia attacks. These...

20 Things We Learnt From Prof Jonathan Moyo Interview On ZiFM With Ruvhi Pari

On Monday the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Professor Jonathan Moyo was on Ruvhi Pari’s talk show “The Platform” on ZiFM to talk everything...

Malawi To Rescue Citizens In South Africa, Is Zimbabwe Next?

The xenophobia attacks that have been happening around South Africa and especially in Durban have resulted in foreigners losing their lives in the most brutal...

Africa’s Youngest Presidents

Africa’s Oldest and Youngest Presidents! Leadership in the African context has been regarded as a task for the elderly. They presumably have wisdom and experience that...

President Mugabe Is The World’s Most Educated President

President Mugabe Is The World’s Most Educated President

President Mugabe is the world’s most educated President to ever live. He started out as a teacher, the President went on to have many qualifications in Law, Economics...

‘New Kid on the Block’, Set To Launch On Independence Day

The 1980 Alliance is a network of young Zimbabweans who want to challenge themselves and each other to make a difference. These young people distinguish themselves as...

Top 20 Inspirational Strive Masiyiwa Quotes

“Stay out of local politics, and don’t insult your hosts” Strive Masiyiwa cautions young people living in the diaspora

As part of his social motivation . Here is what Strive Masiyiwa had to say about involving yourself in the politics of your host country. # Stay out of local politics,...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Zimbabwe’s First Lady Janet Banana

Janet Banana became the first ever first lady of Zimbabwe in 1980 when Zimbabwe gained its Independence. Now living in England, Janet’s life may not be what you expect...

10 Best Quotes From President Mugabe’s SA State Visit

President Robert Mugabe is in South Africa for his first state visit in two decades. The President joined President Jacob Zuma in addressing the press where he touched...