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#AroundZimbabwe with @Bulawayo24News - (18 Jul 2016)

by iNdaba Ndaba
18 Jul 2016 at 09:04hrs | Views
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  • 'Bully' Lady Squanda faces arrest

    18 Jul 2016 at 19:55hrs

    HARARE - There reports that Zimdancehall singer Lady Squanda could be arrested after a video showing her and her male friends assaulting a comedian Abra Skimbo went viral on social media.

  • Mutumanje 'Lumumba' remand challenge dismissed

    18 Jul 2016 at 19:24hrs

    The court has dismissed William Mutumanje aka Acie Lumumba's application for refusal of further remand and has set Friday this week as his trial date.

  • Ex-cop speaks on police brutality

    18 Jul 2016 at 19:21hrs

    A former police officer in Masvingo has criticised police brutality during the recent #ShutDownZimbabwe saying most of those cops knew that the protestors were demonstrating for them (police) as well.

    "We know that these protests and stay aways are a benefit to us as well because police are not allowed to do that, so beating civilians shows that you are mad."

  • Shop up in flames

    18 Jul 2016 at 17:40hrs

    Harare - Property worth over $150 000 was destroyed when fire gutted Mimi's Trading shop at the corner Julius Nyerere and Charter Street in Harare today.

  • Kuwait human trafficking victims yet to recover

    18 Jul 2016 at 16:23hrs

    The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) says society must continue to support victims of the Kuwait human trafficking saga to ensure their speedy recovery.

  • Chinamasa has no clue on civil servants July paydates

    18 Jul 2016 at 15:56hrs

    'We have to work frantically to raise the money for salaries for July and for subsequent months' - Chinamasa

  • PDP condemns continued police brutality

    18 Jul 2016 at 15:23hrs

    The People's Democratic Party (PDP) strongly condemns the continued use of brutality by the police to quash peaceful demonstrations, which has resulted in scores of innocent people receiving permanent and life threatening injuries.

  • Beitbridge bail application hearing for 'protestors'

    18 Jul 2016 at 13:01hrs

    The people who were denied bail in Beitbridge are having their bail application hearing at 2pm in Bulawayo today. Beitbridge Magistrate's court is the only court in the country so far to have denied suspected rioters bail.

  • Listen: #ThisFlag Pastor appears on Talk 702

    18 Jul 2016 at 12:48hrs

    #ThisFlag Pastor Evan Mawarire

  • The 'politics' of food assistance in Plumtree

    18 Jul 2016 at 12:34hrs

    PLUMTREE - Communities of Bulilima and Mangwe have condemned the way the food relief programme administered by the government's social welfare department is handled, saying the most vulnerable communities are left out.

    Most of the affected families include the disabled, orphans and elderly members of the communities who do not have any means for survival.

    This programme explores first hand stories of some of the victims of unfair distribution of food and is targeted at humanitarian organisations who provide food aid as well as local policy-makers who have the responsibility of ensuring that all persons, especially the most vulnerable have access to food.

  • Lumumba takes advantage of #ThisFlag, #Tajamuka

    18 Jul 2016 at 12:29hrs

    Acie Lumumba has been attacked on the social media for trying to ride on #ThisFlag, #Tajamuka wave. The attacks came after the 'F Word' bomber posted a video on Facebook thanking #ThisFlag and #Tajamuka

  • An update from Pastor #ThisFlag Evan Mawarire

    18 Jul 2016 at 12:10hrs

    #ThisFlag Pastor Evan Mawarire this morning share on Twitter a video encouraging to be strong

  • Govt should look at the art industry seriously - MP

    18 Jul 2016 at 12:00hrs

    Chikanga-Dangamvura Member of Parliament Esau Mupfumi has said "There is a need to look at the art industry seriously. I think government has not explored avenues on how to fully tap into the lucrative art industry, which has the potential to lift up lives of ordinary people."

  • Malian President pays Mugabe a hotel room visit

    18 Jul 2016 at 11:15hrs

    Malian President, Mr Ibrahim Baboucar Keita paid a courtesy call on President Mugabe at his hotel room in Kigali, Rwanda on the sidelines of the ongoing summit.

  • President Mugabe holds bilateral discussions

    18 Jul 2016 at 11:08hrs

    President Mugabe had a busy schedule holding bilateral discussions with other leaders away from the conference room after the opening ceremony of the 27th African Union Summit in Kigali, Rwanda.

  • Stunner collaborates with Albert Nyathi

    18 Jul 2016 at 09:56hrs

    Harare rapper Stunner has collaborated with renowned poet Albert Nyathi on his new track-Impilo yethu.

  • No n'angas and prophets for Tsvangirai

    18 Jul 2016 at 09:23hrs

    "I don't know who goes to n'angas and prophets, but I don’t rely on that. I have a responsibility." - Tsvangirai

  • Zanu-PF Minister cheats death

    18 Jul 2016 at 09:06hrs

    MIDLANDS Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya is battling for his life at a Harare private clinic after he was involved in a horrific accident on Sunday.