Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Newswire

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Newswire

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  1. Chelsy Davy, Prince Harry's ex, talks about her jewellery line Aya Africa and growing up in ZimbabweRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | South China Morning Post

    Davy was inspired to create jewellery after visiting her brother and a trip to an emerald mine and her first collection has a heavy elephant theme "Growing up in Zimbabwe was a magical experience. I was quite blasA about how cool it was as it all seemed so normal.

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  2. .com | Zimbabwe says probing 'treasonous' censure of Mugabe by veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | News24

    The Zimbabwe government on Saturday denounced as "treasonous" a statement by war veterans berating President Robert Mugabe and his regime for brutal attacks on his opponents. In a rare public rebuke of the long-time president, the war veterans issued a statement on Thursday decrying Mugabe's "dictatorial tendencies" and for presiding over a declining economy.

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  3. .com | Motorists in Zim shocked to see hyena dragging human bodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News24

    Britain's ambassador to Zimbabwe intends seeking legal advice after the main government daily published a "completely fabricated" story about embassy aides assaulting a freelance journalist Harare - Two motorists approaching Zimbabwe's resort town of Victoria Falls this week were horrified to see a hyena dragging a human body, a conservationist says. It later emerged that the hyena had not killed the woman, but had found her body after she committed suicide, Trevor Lane of the Bhejane Trust said.

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  4. .com | UK embassy rejects Zim journo's 'fabricated' assault claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News24

    Two motorists approaching Zimbabwe's resort town of Victoria Falls this week were horrified to see a hyena dragging a human body, a conservationist says. Harare - Britain's ambassador to Zimbabwe intends seeking legal advice after the main government daily published a "completely fabricated" story about embassy aides assaulting a freelance journalist.

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  5. .com | Zimbabwe leader's loyalists make surprise break with MugabeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News24

    Britain's ambassador to Zimbabwe intends seeking legal advice after the main government daily published a "completely fabricated" story about embassy aides assaulting a freelance journalist Harare - Veterans of Zimbabwe's independence war made a significant break with President Robert Mugabe for the first time on Thursday, calling him dictatorial, manipulative and egocentric. The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association has been a pillar of support for the 92-year-old leader for decades, but it released a statement criticising the man it had long been quick to defend.

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  6. Barry Soper: When we went nuclear freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    More than thirty years on, full peace has finally been restored with Joe Biden accepting an invitation to send a non nuclear warship to NZ. Photo / Dean Purcell It's always interesting being present at the start of a war even if this one was a little unconventional, beginning with a drunken night in the Beehive.

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  7. No Fixed AddressRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Foreword

    No Fixed Address is a rare treat as a travelogue, managing to be thoughtful, hilarious, and inspiring all at once. Ricocheting across continents in Jon Evans's No Fixed Address , a collection of his travel notes, is both an exhilarating and a revealing experience.

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  8. Steel Wheels Across AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Hunting

    Stand on the rear of the open observation car and watch the twin steel rails disappear into the vastness of Africa. Allow yourself a moment of make-believe-half close your eyes and it is easy to envision what this continent must have been like 100 years ago.

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  9. Zimbabwe: Broke CID in Musical Show to Raise FundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | AllAfrica.com

    ZRP's Criminal Investigation Department in Matabeleland North province has organised a fundraising musical gala in Victoria Falls as it seeks to raise funds for fighting crime. The ill-equipped ZRP which has lately fallen out of favour with Zimbabweans due to allegations of corruption and numerous road blocks has now roped in musicians to try and win people's hearts as it seeks to raise funds.

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  10. Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai, Khupe Rift ExposedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | AllAfrica.com

    T leader Morgan Tsvangirai did not consult his deputy Thokozani Khupe before making the shock announcement on Friday that he had appointed Ellias Mudzuri and Nelson Chamisa as his other vice-presidents. Khupe told The Standard yesterday that she had nothing to do with the appointments, a clear indication that MDC-T is headed for a roller-coaster ride over the leadership changes.

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  11. TelOne to extend FTTH rolloutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    Zimbabwe's state-owned fixed line monopoly operator TelOne says it is investing USD25 million in the rollout of new fibre-to-the-home networks to connect 50,000 households in Harare and other urban areas. The deployment will be conducted as part of a public-private partnership with Wuhan FibreHome Technologies, The Herald reports.

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  12. .com | Mugabe's successor will come from diaspora, says Zim 'prophet'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | News24

    President Robert Mugabe is reportedly suing Zimplats for objecting to the intended compulsory acquisition of 28 000 hectares of mining land held by the company. Harare - Zimbabwean "prophet" Emmanuel Makandiwa has claimed that President Robert Mugabe would be succeeded by a Zimbabwean who is currently based outside of the country, a report said on Tuesday.

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  13. .com | fastjet eyes new direct flights between Vic Falls and Cape TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | News24

    Low-cost African carrier fastjet says they are looking at launching direct flights between Cape Town and Victoria Falls' new airport in Zimbabwe in the "fourth quarter of 2016 at the earliest". This is according to Richard Bodin, fastjet's chief operating officer, who told Traveller24 that the route was still in the early planning phases and that while an end-of-year launch date would be ideal, "a later date is expected".

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  14. PAMRO explores social media, mobile and radio in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Bizcommunity

    The 17th PAMRO meeting and All Africa Media Research Conference, taking place 21-24 August 2016 at the Elephant Hills Resort in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, will explore social media, mobile and radio in Africa. The theme for this year's Pan African Market Research Organisation conference is 'Africa Media Research in a Globally Connected World', a response to the growing dominance of mobile and digital usage across the continent and the implications this has for media research across Africa.

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  15. Zim News: Vic Falls ranger drowns at Lake Kariba after hippo attackRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 10 | ZWNews.com

    A Zimbabwean ranger from Monde Village, Victoria Falls drowned last week at Lake Kariba after a boat he was in was attacked by a hippo during a routine patrol of Kariba dam area. Madubeko Ngwenya from Vic Falls could not swim to safety as he did not have lighter clothes on his body.

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  16. Zimbabwe: Is National Railways Moving Nation to Doom?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | AllAfrica.com

    "OUR mission is to promote the transformation of the economy and the lives of the people of Zimbabwe through the provision of a seamless, efficient, reliable, cost-effective and safe bulk transportation service of goods and passengers in the country," reads the National Railways of Zimbabwe's mission statement. Formed in 1897, NRZ, then known as Rhodesia Railways, played a critical role in the Zimbabwean economy hence its motto: "We Move the Nation".

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  17. Zimbabwe: Business Disturbed By Ruling Party InfightingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | AllAfrica.com

    SPEAKERS of Parliament, Jacob Mudenda, has advised the business community to come together and seek audience with President Robert Mugabe, after a barrage of concerns over a worsening economic crisis industrialists said was being triggered by factional fights in ZANU-PF. Mudenda, who attended an annual congress of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce in the resort town of Victoria Falls last week, said: "You can come together as ZNCC, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries , and the Chamber of Mines at executive level, spell out your fears, and you will be able to see the head of State.

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  18. Job boycott shuts down much of Zimbabwe as discontent deepensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The China Post

    A job boycott has shut down most of Zimbabwe as discontent deepens over increasing economic hardships in the southern Africa country. Streets in the capital, Harare, and other cities were deserted Wednesday as workers, including teachers and doctors, heeded the call by activists on social media with the hashtag #ShutDownZimbabwe2016.

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  19. Bailing out banditsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Economist

    "RIGHT now we literally have nothing," Zimbabwe's finance minister told French radio. Patrick Chinamasa was touring European capitals this week begging for money from donors.

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  20. SAPS continues roadblocks near BeitbridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Iol.co.za

    ... wildlife artist Larry Norton was reportedly among those picked up on Wednesday by police in Victoria falls, Zimbabwe's premier tourist attraction. Lawyers in Zimbabwe's second largest city, Bulawayo, say they are seeking the release of about 18 ...

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