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Umqombothi sports bar relaunches in style – NewsDay

HUNDREDS of fun lovers thronged Nkulumane 5’s Bullet Shopping Centre on Sunday to celebrate Umqombothi Sports Bar’s relaunch, following the completion of renovations. BY SINDISO...
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You are not 'more Zimbabwean than others,' war vets tell Chiwenga – yet claim...

It is tempting for ordinary Zimbabweans to support the Chris Mutsvangwa led rogue war veterans in their basic demand for President Mugabe to resign....
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South Africans Versus Zimbabweans

The cartoon carried by your website reflects a serious lack of appreciation of the pertinent issues raised by Minisiter Fikile Mbalula. I regard South...
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Dying elephant kills hunter in Zimbabwe

A South African big game hunter was killed in Zimbabwe on Friday when an elephant that had been shot by another hunter fell on...

Zimbabwean Pastor “Calls God On Phone, Speaks With Him In Church”

This is really funny. A video making the rounds online features a Zimbabwean pastor who claimed to have spoken to God over the phone...

Zimbabwean Pastor Claims He Called God On His Phone & Spoke To Him During...

A Zimbabwean pastor has claimed to have called God over the phone during his Church Service. In a video posted on YouTube, the pastor...

BORROWDALE RACE COURSE FACES CLOSURE – NewsdzeZimbabwe

Harare - Once the preserve of the ruling white minority, horse racing in Zimbabwe adapted to survive independence in 1980 by attracting a loyal...
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Delays at borders expected – Botswana to Zimbabwe

       A recent note received from Wild Horizons who have operations in all three countries Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana is as follows. Dear Valued...
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WATCH: Zimbabwean pastor’s bizarre ‘phone call with God’

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2cKspAkVu4] Just when you think you have seen it all‚ a Zimbabwean pastor has filmed himself having a telephone conversation “directly with God”. Congregants have...

Air Zimbabwe joins the league of ‘flying coffins’

The first time I visited the Democratic Republic of Congo at the turn of the millennium, I was struck by the country’s lackadaisical attitude...