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Mnangagwa in Angola leaves Mohadi in charge for one day

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is in Angola for a day visit and attends the South African Liberation Day Commemoration: Cuito Cuanavale. Earlier, the President Harare left this morning for the opening celebration of the South African Liberation Day. At the summit of the South African Development Community (SADC) in Windhoek in August 2018 declared. On March 23, 1988, the South African …

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The Scottish government announces aid to support the victims of Cyclone Idai – The Zimbabwe Mail

The Scottish government has announced additional aid to support relief efforts in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe after deadly flooding in the region. More than 400,000 people have lost their homes and at least 480 lives have been lost as a result of a hurricane Idai. A Thursday call from the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) to help those affected raised £ …

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Whites created Cyclone Idai and must therefore pay, says BLF

Black First Land First (BLF) has blamed Tropical Cyclone Idea on whites and wants the African Union to make reparations and relief from the West for the disaster. BLF president Andile Mngxitama has charged in a statement that the cyclone, which hit Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, which is "not a natural disaster but a direct consequence of the white Western …

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White people have caused Zyklon Idai, says BLF

Cyclone Idai, a tropical cyclone that hit Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, is not a natural disaster, but a direct result of the white, western system of ecological attack on profits, Black First Land First (BLF) said in a statement from Friday. "BLF believes that greenhouse gas emissions destroyers are responsible for the catastrophe caused by their ravenous cultures and the …

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China pours $ 800,000

The Herald Victor Maphosa Herald Correspondent China yesterday donated $ 800,000 to the victims of the Cyclone Idai, which killed and destroyed 139 people in Manicaland and parts of Masvingo. Speaking at a press conference Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr. Guo Shaochun, said yesterday that China was concerned about the damage caused by the cyclone. He said Chinese President XI. …

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Beira fuel line for reopening

The Chronicle Golden Sibanda and Kuda Mhundwa, Harare Office The Companhiado De Pipeline The Mozambique-Zimbabwe (CPMZ) pipeline, which propels Beira fuel to Harare, will be operational next month after the authorities close Resume two weeks ago as a precaution against tropical cyclone Idai. Deputy Minister of Energy and Energy Magna Mudyiwa told journalists in Harare that the CPMZ pipeline was …

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Zim to transform the education system

The Herald Mashonaland West Bureau The government is revising the country's education system to ensure that it meets the country's economic development needs, said President Mnangagwa. In a speech read by Higher and Tertiary in his name, Amon Murwira, Minister of Education, Science and Technology Development, yesterday at the inauguration of the National Livestocking Project in Chinhoyi, President Mnangagwa said …

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Mnangagwa Giggles Warriors – Bulawayo24 News

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has canceled the much-hyped State House banquet he had promised on Friday for the national football team. "The Department of State Occasions would like to inform all parties that President Mnangagwa's planned engagement with the Warriors has been canceled, and any inconvenience is sincerely regretted." The Ministry of Information said in a statement. The state media announced …

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Great Britain uses $ 23 million for Idai

The Herald Herald Reporter The United Kingdom has provided $ 23 million to help victims of Cyclone Idai in southern Africa, said British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Ms. Melanie Robinson. She told the British royal family Under the leadership of Queen Elizabeth II, she sent letters to the people of Zimbabwe through President Mnangagwa. That's what she said yesterday after a …

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