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Phillan Zamchiya: Nelson Chamisa has lost his first LOVE and the BEARER of his IDEAS

By Dr. Phillan Zamchiya (PhD) Dear Reader. Just before 1545 hrs on 28 July 2018, I wrote, ‘I have traversed the country with him [President Nelson Chamisa]. His mother is close to his heart.’ Now her heart stopped beating forever…

Obituary: Fare thee well Gogo Alice Chamisa

By Nelson Chamisa Our mothers are our heroines, greatest supporters and guiding lights. They stand by us through thick and thin – never giving up, always believing, leading the way and lighting our path. When we lose our way, they…

Bulawayo leads in Covid-19 deaths

Bulawayo is now leading in terms of Covid-19 deaths after a 54-year-old Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) manager succumbed to the virus at a private hospital on Sunday, forcing the closure of its Mhlahlandlela Government Complex offices yesterday. The post Bulawayo…

Chiefs in online membership drive

Bulawayo Chiefs FC want to capitalise on their huge social media following by converting their followers into members through a massive special online membership drive. The post Chiefs in online membership drive appeared first on Nehanda Radio.

Baron judgment date set

Judgement day for gold dealer Baron Dube who allegedly shot and killed a member of a rival mining gang in Esigodini following a dispute, has been set for July 31. The post Baron judgment date set appeared first on Nehanda…

Man ‘tired of living with wife’ hangs self

A 65-year-old man from Dete in Hwange District allegedly hanged himself at his family’s graveyard and left a suicide note saying he was tired of living with his wife. The post Man ‘tired of living with wife’ hangs self appeared…

Covid-19 delays ZimCoke-Zisco deal

The disruptive Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in the prolonged delays in finalising the deal between ZimCoke and the now defunct steel giant, Zisco. The post Covid-19 delays ZimCoke-Zisco deal appeared first on Nehanda Radio.

Diarrhoea outbreak robs family of aspiring engineer

“During his last days, he didn’t want any of his friends around which was unlike him and he never really spoke. Honestly he was just quiet.” The post Diarrhoea outbreak robs family of aspiring engineer appeared first on Nehanda Radio.

54 repatriated from Mozambique

Government has repatriated 54 Zimbabweans from Mozambique, mainly cross-border traders caught up in the state of emergency declared in that country at the end of March to fight Covid-19. The post 54 repatriated from Mozambique appeared first on Nehanda Radio.

Undenge loses last bid for freedom

Jailed former Energy Minister Samuel Undenge has lost his application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court against a High Court decision upholding a 30 month-jail sentence imposed on him for corruption. The post Undenge loses last bid for…