• Politics

    Dethroned Chief Felix Ndiweni pushes for diaspora vote

    DETHRONED Ntabazinduna chief, Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, who is based in the United Kingdom, has formed a pressure group — MyRight2Vote — aimed at pushing President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to give Zimbabweans based in the diaspora their rights to vote. Ndiweni said people in the diaspora were sustaining the country through remittances back home and should, therefore, be given the rights…

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    Former VP Mohadi’s son-in-law grabs farm, fires gunshots

    TENSIONS ran high yesterday as gunshots were fired at Tabas Induna Farm in Ntabazinduna outside Bulawayo. The incident occurred as Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) activists tried to evict former Vice-President Kembo Mohadi’s son-in-law Floyd Ambrose who reportedly invaded the farm owned by his ex-employer Brian Davies. Two gunshots were allegedly fired as MRP youth tried to regain control of the…

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  • Health

    John Tallach High School coronavirus cases shoot to 184

    THE Ministry of Health and Child Care says there are now 184 children who have contracted COVID-19 at John Tallach High School where at least 607 students and teachers are quarantined. Matabeleland North provincial medical director, Dr. Munekayi Padingani, said the government has deployed health staff at the mission, about 40 kilometers north-east of the country’s second largest city, Bulawayo.…

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