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Namibian govt irked by fake academic qualifications with Zimbabwean origin

Namibia and Zimbabwe have agreed to work together in evaluating academic qualifications following the arrest of 23 Namibians over fake documents October last year. Most of those arrested had applied to join the Namibia Defense Force. They have already appeared in court and are out on bail.
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Caster Semenya proud to be who she is

Caster Semenya: you may remember the name. Perhaps you also recall the chaos, confusion and controversy that descended on an athlete who just wanted to run. It is difficult to link the engaging 24-year-old who has granted the BBC a rare interview with the haunted athlete whose gender was questioned in front of the world. Six years have passed since she won the world 800m title with effortless, inevitable ease. Semenya's victory was as decisive as what followed was shocking. ...
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Bulawayo strippers promise fans a show to remember

Strippers from the country’s premier strip club in Harare — Private Lounge will descend on Bulawayo’s Metropolis Night Club for a once-off show that promises fireworks on Saturday night....
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Zimbabwean cricket team trains under heavy Parkistan military guard

Zimbabwe players were given a heavy security escort to their first training session in Pakistan as they prepare to take part in the first international cricket match in the country since 2009. The players travelled by coach to the Gaddafi Stadium, flanked by armoured vehicles, gunmen and surveillance helicopters to begin preparations for their five-match limited-overs series....
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Mugabe’s government fails to account for $3.5 billion ear-marked for salaries

HARARE – The supervisor of government accounts and financial controls, the Comptroller and Auditor-General (CAG), has made a shocking revelation that President Robert Mugabe’s administration cannot account for $3,5 billion which was earmarked for civil servants’ salaries....
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Hurungwe villagers sue Philip Chiyangwa for smacking them

Two Hurungwe villagers are suing Zanu PF central committee member Philip Chiyangwa for $250 000 each over an alleged assault they suffered at the hands of the flamboyant businessman....
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Gideon Gono tipped to bounce back as finance minister

Former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor, Gideon Gono, could make a rebound in government, as finance minister, sooner rather than later in a bid by President Robert Mugabe, to turnaround the worsening economic situation, which has ignited a massive wave of company closures and ever-soaring unemployment....
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Granny's tummy swelling after death of snake

The first time you take a glance at her you are likely to mistake her for a heavily pregnant woman, but wait until you hear her ordeal . . . A granny from Mutiri Village in Mwenenzi is experiencing hell on earth after failing to get a remedy for her bulging stomach. She started suffering after “her snake” stopped supplying human flesh....
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Zimbabwe ruled by mixture of old and uneducated lot

Minister for Provincial affairs for Masvingo, Shuvai Mahofa (74) who replaced Kudakwashe Bhasikiti (54) shocked hundreds of people at Nemanwa Growth Point recently when she confessed that Zanu (PF) is being run by very old people. ...
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Xenophobia escapee finds wife married to another man

Steven Mbirika (42) the xenophobia victim who hanged himself after returning from South Africa to find his wife dating another man was buried last Saturday at Mangwandi Cemetery in Masvingo amid drama as his relatives chased away the wife from the funeral....
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