Monthly Archives: July 2010

Facebook 'reveals' Britain is safe haven for ZANUPF terrorists as Viomak exposes more spies

Zimbabwe protest singer Viomak, has confirmed an increase in the number of ZANUPF supporters who have requested to become friends with her on facebook, ever since she exposed a deadly ZANUPF CIO syping syndicate that was spying on her on the popular social networking site.

Dynamos and Mazembe in US$400 000 match scam

Controversial US$400 000 aid package offered to help cash-strapped Dynamos fulfil its remaining African Champions League assignments, by a group of middlemen claiming to be representing wealthy Congolese businessman Moise Katumbi, has torched a storm at the country’s biggest football club.

MDC-T ward chairman arrested in Mutare

The MDC structures in Manicaland have reported that the harassment, intimidation and torture of their party officials in the province have continued. In Mutare last Thursday, agents from the Law and Order division at Mutare Central Police Station arrested the MDC-T ward 11 chairman, Lovemore Kapungu.

Zimbabwe erects tents for nationals fleeing South Africa

Zimbabwe has set up temporary shelters for scores of its nationals leaving South Africa following threats of attacks on foreigners, an official said Monday.

Murder charge in Facebook feud over prisoner

A Pontiac, Michigan, woman was charged with murder on Friday after chasing down and ramming another car in a fight over a man that started on Facebook, police said.

Jackson church collects and ships items to school in Zimbabwe

Almost a decade ago, First United Methodist Church made a connection with a south African nation when it said farewell to a former pastor who returned to his homeland of Zimbabwe.

Husband beats wife for neglecting child whilst partying

A Harare woman seems madly in love with the bottle. It is alleged when she goes out partying with friends, she comes back home after two days. To make matters worse, Patricia Mwashita (21) is a married woman with a two-year-old child with her husband, Solomon Mugota (30).

Survivors of political violence in Muzarabani district receive support

Heal Zimbabwe Trust descended on Muzarabani last month and held memorial services for victims of political violence. As a follow up strategy to the needs that arose from the survivors, HZT held a training workshop on 30 June with the villagers in a niche to assist them with income generating projects as many of them lost their source of livelihoods during the 2008 political fiasco.

Trinity tumour operation fundraising featuring Mechanic Manyeruke

On August 7 · 4:00pm - 11:30pm at WOOD GREEN CHRISTIAN CENTRE LONDON. 24 LYMINGTON AVENUE N22 6JA, Kunta Kinte, Chris Kusema, Enos Deve, Primrose Urombo and Johannes Tavarwisa have organised a fundraising event for Trinity ,Zimbabwe girl needing money to operate a tumour .The event features Baba Mechanic Manyeruke.

Zimbabweans attend the 2010 IDEA youth forum in the Netherlands

IDEA’s biggest event of the year, the Youth Forum, kicked off yesterday July 22nd in the Province of Zeeland in the Netherlands! Approximately 260 debaters, coaches and trainers arrived in Zeeland from across the globe for two weeks of debate classes, competition and of course, lots of fun!