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Not here, says SA opposition on Mugabe asylum

Tsvangirai and Maimane hail ECOWAS's stance in the Gambia

November 17 2017 – SA opposition leader Mmusi Maimane on Friday, said the government would be breaking the law if it were to grant embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe asylum. Maimane urged President Jacob Zuma to make a public announcement to rule out the prospect. The call came as Zimbabwean military leaders said Mugabe would be deposed if he did ... Read More »

Zims in SA in dilemma over political impasse

November 17 2017 – AS THE political quagmire in Zimbabwe drags on, without regular, credible updates from the Harare government on the mediation processes underway, thousands – if not millions – of Zimbabweans living in neighbouring South Africa are itching for information, clutching at every update, although most of the information soon turns out to be “fake news”. “When I ... Read More »

Gwanda, SA based gospel musicians seek to change lives through music

by Lovemore Dube November 16 2017 – A GROUP of Zimbabwean gospel singers, Gospel Lifters are confident of changing people’s lives through their music. “We want to win souls to Christ through our music,” says group leader Sifundo Maphosa in an interview with ZiminSA on Tuesday this week. Formed in August 2008, all its members are from Brethren In Christ ... Read More »

What next? Confusion reigns after supposed coup

November 16 2017 – A smiling President Robert Mugabe was pictured shaking hands with Zimbabwe’s military chief a day after the army seized power, throwing confusion over predictions that the 93-year-old’s nearly four-decade rule had come to an end. Mugabe unexpectedly drove from his lavish “Blue Roof” Harare compound in Harare, where he had been confined since troops took to ... Read More »

Mugabe must pack and go now – Tsvangirai

November 16 2017 ‑ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe must resign and step down immediately in line with the national expectation and sentiment, for the people’s interest says MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Thursday. The opposition leader, who jetted back into the country from neighbouring South Africa on Wednesday night, said Mugabe should take his legacy and contribution to pre- and post ... Read More »

No place like home, Zims in SA hope for change as army seizes power

November 15, 2017 – ZIMBABWEANS living in South Africa hope the move by the military to seize power from President Robert Mugabe will end corruption, abuse of power and economic hardships, even though uncertainty remained as to who was in charge. Zimbabwe’s military seized power early on Wednesday, saying it was targeting “criminals” around Mugabe, 93, who ruled Zimbabwe since ... Read More »

Namibia refuses to confirm Grace escape

Diamond ring wars get nasty as Grace defies court order

November 15 2017– ZIMBABWE ‘s First Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly fled to Namibia after the army took control of Harare and the Namibian government on Wednesday said it was concerned about unfolding events in its southern African neighbour. Namibian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, said in a statement that although Namibia has ... Read More »

More than 600 000 tickets printed for 2018 World Cup

November 14 (Sputnik) – Over 600,000 tickets for the 2018 FIFA World Cup have been assigned to applicants who registered for tickets in the first window of sales and are now pending payment, the international governing body of football said Tuesday. “A total of 622,117 tickets were successfully allocated (subject to payment) upon conclusion of the first window of sales ... Read More »

Army tankers head to Harare after Chiwenga warns ruling party

November 14 2017 – ARMY tanks were seen heading towards Harare, on Tuesday(today), heightening fears of a possible military coup,a day after the country’s military chief warned the factions in the ruling Zanu PF to stop purging party members with a military background after last week’s sacking of vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa. There has been a media blackout in Zimbabwe ... Read More »

Home Affairs must process migrants and deport Jozi illegals

by Herman Mashaba, City of Johannesburg Mayor November 14 2017 – FOR the past 14 months, I have banged at the door of the department of home affairs, calling to the deaf ears of three different ministers, in the hope of implementing a sensitive immigration management plan for addressing the challenges faced by both the City and the undocumented immigrants ... Read More »

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