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    Chief Ndiweni betrays Zimbabwe in Glasgow

    BY Dr Masimba Mavaza CLAD in his traditional attire and representing himself and his ego Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni a Zimbabwean traditional leader and an Outspoken and defiant, Zimbabwean traditional Chief was in Glasgow Scotland where he was once again criticizing the government of Zimbabwe. He claimed that there was political and land-use abuses and human rights abuse in Zimbabwe.…

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    President Mnangagwa interacts with US President Biden

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mangagwa had a chat with US President Joseph Biden, Canadian leader Justin Tredeau, Vatican representative and others on the sidelines of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland. Government says all this was part of his agenda to re-engage the West, which imposed sanctions on some 83 Zanu PF officials and 36 State-linked businesses when Zimbabwe…

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    WATCH | MDC Alliance turns violent in Glasgow

    UK Correspondent The Movement for Democratic Change and a group of sponsored noise makers numbering about ten people turned violent and threatened to attack ZANU PF members who were peacefully showing solidarity with their country. It is ironic that the very people who always demand an array of freedoms and always try to show that Zimbabwe is a dictatorial state…

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