Zimbabwe President pardons 2500 prisoners

Munashe Mukahlera President Emmerson Mnangagwa has granted amnesty to 2 500 prisoners. The amnesty extends to all female prisoners and juveniles who are not serving specified offences, including those who are terminally ill. Specified offences are serious offences such as murder, treason, public violence, car-jacking, human trafficking, unlawful possession of firearms and rape or any […]

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‘Zim man killed in Mozambique’

· Family claims 38-year old is dead Owen Kaura The Zimbabwean who was reported missing in Mozambique after last week’s terrorist attack on the coastal town of Palma was killed, according to his family. Nyasha Mugwagwa (38) went missing after attacks on Palma by suspected Islamist insurgents. On Monday, his brother, Shingi, posted a picture captioned […]

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Sadc to intervene in Cabo Delgado

ZTN Correspondent The Southern Africa Development Community will deploy troops to Mozambique to thwart an Islamic insurgency that has claimed dozens of lives and displaced thousands in that country. A Sadc Double Troika Summit on Thursday directed “an immediate technical deployment” to deal with the acts of terrorism in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado region. A technical […]

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Sadc leaders meet over Mozambique insurgency

Darlington Musarurwa in Maputo Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa is in Maputo to attend a Sadc Extraordinary Double Troika Summit on the security situation in northern Mozambique. Terrorist activities have heightened in Mozambique, with Palma – a coastal town in Cabo Delgado Province – the latest target. The Double Troika comprises Mozambique, the current Sadc Chair; […]

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Zimbabwe sourcing 2 million more Covid-19 vaccine doses

ZTN Correspondent Zimbabwe is preparing to procure an additional 2 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. The country has already procured 1.2 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine from China, part of which arrived yesterday (Tuesday). China and India also donated vaccines to Zimbabwe. Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said, “Government is […]

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