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AFRICAN LEADERS, ZIMBABWE’S OPPOSITION MOURNS TSVANGIRAI.

Hundreds of mourners have gathered outside the Movement for Democratic Change -T (MDC-T) party headquarters following news of the death of its leader, opposition veteran Morgan Tsvangirai. An executive meeting of the party leadership is also underway, called by the acting party president, Nelson Chamisa. Chamisa earlier tweeted, asking party …

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Coach De Villiers takes on Zimbabwe job.

Former South Africa rugby coach Peter de Villiers has been appointed the Director of Rugby and coach of the Zimbabwe team, his first high-profile job since a successful spell with the Springboks. De Villiers has a two-year contract with Zimbabwe and on Wednesday, he took on the challenge of getting …

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Zimbabwe’s main opposition chief critically ill in South Africa – party source

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, is critically ill in a South African hospital and his supporters should “brace for the worst”, a party source with knowledge of his condition said on Tuesday. Tsvangirai has been in and out of hospital since disclosing in June 2016 that he had colon …

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ZIMBABWEAN AFRO-JAZZ ICON GIVES BACK TO SOCIETY.

At 65, Oliver Mtukudzi is the biggest Zimbabwean Afro-jazz icon. Known in Africa by his stage name Tuku”, he is now determined to share his passion. The self-taught guitarist has opened a music school near the capital,Harare to teach others. ‘There is no training because it’s not a school, we …

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ZIMBABWE APPOINTS FEMALE JUDGE AS NEW HEAD OF ELECTION BODY.

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed High Court Judge Priscilla Chigumba as the new chairperson of the national election agency, according to an appointment letter seen by Reuters on Wednesday. The Zimbabwe Election Commission has not had a permanent chairperson since Rita Makarau resigned in December, months before a vote …

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Mugabe’s business faces legal actions over land

A company belonging to Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe has been given seven days to vacate prime urban land belonging to a private school, or face legal action. The Mugabe-owned Gushungo Holdings is alleged to have taken over a 23-hectare property in an upmarket suburb in Harare. The Reformed Church …

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