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Why do it the hard way? The story of border jumpers.

By Franklin Sibindi CROSSING the crocodile infested Limpopo is an illogical decision until one hears the border-jumper’s side of the story. With permit, documentation challenges, entering the crocodile infested waters is a risk worth taking for helpless Zimbabweans who want to secure their jobs in ...

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Zenzo ‘Mr Breeze’ Siziba bounces back

SOUTH AFRICA-based artiste, Zenzo Bhekimpilo “ Mr Breeze” Siziba, has bounced back from a three-year sabbatical with a new album titled “Umkhwenyana Nguphi.” Siziba, whose music is a mixture of Reggae, Sungura and Pantsula, last released an album in 2013, titled Dollar Dollar. It is ...

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Byo residents welcome Rand use proposal

MOST Bulawayo residents have said the use of the Rand as the official currency to alleviate the current cash crisis at banks would be a good move, although they expressed fears of it being repelled by some clients owing to cross-rate inconsistencies. Recently the Reserve ...

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Mat North villagers in birth certificates quandary

MATABELELAND North provincial Registrar Willard Sayenda is appealing to government to come up with a special arrangement for people from the area who are based in South Africa to register their children, amid reports that most children in the province fail to access national registration ...

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Byo firm bemoans weakening Rand

By Walter Dlamini PPC Zimbabwe Managing Director Kelibone Masiyane says the weakening regional currencies, especially the Rand are posing a challenge to the company’s operations as the situation has made it easy for regional players’ products to flood the local market. In an interview Masiyane ...

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200 Zimbos killed in SA weekly – Chief Gumede

CHIEF Albert Zwelibanzi Khumalo Gumede who was installed as “paramount chief” of Matabeleland and residing in Johannesburg in South Africa has raised alarm on the high number of Zimbabweans dying everyday in the neighbouring country. Speaking at Gadadi commemorations held in Ntabazinduna last Saturday, Chief ...

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PDP on diplomatic offensive charm

By Senzeni Ncube   THE People Democratic Party (PDP) is embarking on a diplomatic offensive to engage other African leaders about Zimbabwe’s political, economic crisis and solicit for possible solutions. PDP has vowed to continue engaging with other countries until a solution on Zimbabwe’s problem is ...

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SA govt told to clarify visa requirements

South Africa’s opposition party, Congress of the People (COPE) has warned it’s government to urgently clarify its position on visa requirements in time for the approaching festive season. The neighbouring country came up with stringent rules requiring visitors to apply for visas in person and ...

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Zim/SA sign MoU on taxation

ZIMBABWE and South Africa have entered an agreement to avoid double taxation for companies that operate in either of the countries in a bid to promote investment with each other. The two neighbours have signed a memorandum of understating (MoU) on Avoidance of Double Taxation ...

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SA troops amongst worst sexual offenders – UN report

News24. Johannesburg – A United Nations report has revealed that South African soldiers are the worst sexual offenders on UN peacekeeping missions. This comes as the UN faced controversy over allegations of child sexual abuse by French soldiers deployed to the Central African Republic. The UN Office ...

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