Osaka: ‘Best thing’ for French Open would be her withdrawal

Naomi Osaka wrote on Twitter on Monday that “the best thing for the tournament” would be if she withdrew from the French Open, a dramatic turn of events for the four-time Grand Slam champion and former No. 1-ranked player. She had declared she would not speak to the media during Roland Garros and was fined $15,000 after she skipped the postmatch news conference following her first-round victory Sunday. “I think now the best thing for the tournament, the other players and my well-being is that I withdraw so that everyone…

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Exposed: V11s Hell Commander’s mom slept with brother-in-law to conceive him

Exposed: V11s Hell Commander’s mom slept with brother-in-law to conceive him. Hell Commander’s story since the day he attacked Ginimbi his turned story has turned into a somewhat downfall. Zimbabweans have expressed their anger and it’s not looking good for him. His popularity is slowly diminishing away. It all started with him attacking Ginimbi. MsShally and Nelia tried to make him apologise but he couldn’t instead he even went on an attack mode. So Zimbabweans reacted first by unfollowing him on his social media platforms. On his Instagram page alone he lost…

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7 Armed Robbers On The Loose According To Police

Police have launched a manhunt for a seven-man gun-brandishing gang who robbed occupants of two vehicles that were transporting smugglers in Beitbridge. Matabeleland South acting provincial police spokesperson, Assistant Inspector Thabani Mkhwananzi confirmed the incident which occurred on Thursday at around 1 AM in Makapilo Village along Panda Mine Road in Beitbridge. He said the robbers got away with R23 000 and US$1000 as well as groceries worth about R12 000. Said Asst Insp Mkhwananzi: I can confirm that we recorded a robbery case that occurred in Makapilo Village in…

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WATCH: Kombis To Return Under Under A ZANU PF Association

The ruling ZANU PF party has reportedly formed a kombi operators’ association that will see the return of commuter omnibuses on the roads following their ban by the government more than a year ago. Plans are thought to be afoot for all kombis that were banned in March 2020 to join this association for them to be allowed to operate. This emerged in a video widely shared on social media platforms in which a yet to be identified ZANU PF activist let the cat out of the bag on the…

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Strive Masiyiwa Recounts Inspiration Behind JNSF, Capernaum Trust Launch

United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean-born entrepreneur Strive Masiyiwa has recounted what motivated him and his wife, Tsitsi, to start the Joshua Nkomo Scholarship Fund (JNSF) and the Capernaum Trust, Funds that been supporting gifted and talented as well as underprivileged students for over two decades. Writing on his Facebook page, the Econet founder and philanthropist said: As I have said before, I began my philanthropy work as far back as 1990, when I started to help children orphaned by HIV/AIDS with school fees support. The first group were children of my former…

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Malaba Contempt Of Court Case Set For 3 June

The High Court has set Thursday, 3 June 2021 as the date to hear the Forum’s urgent court application seeking former Chief Justice Luke Malaba’s arrest for contempt of court. Mr Malaba has reportedly been attending to official duties as the Chief Justice despite a High Court ruling that he ceased to be in that role when he attained the age of retirement on 15 May 2021. Malaba and the Judicial Service Commission argue that the former can attend to duties because the government lodged an appeal against the ruling.…

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Zidane Breaks Silence On Why He Quit Real Madrid

Former Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane, who quit the club last week, has revealed why he resigned. The Frenchman handed his resignation after the team’s final game of the season against Villarreal and had been tight-lipped on the reasons behind his second departure from Los Blancos until now. In an open letter to Madrid fans, as published by Spanish outlet AS, the 48-year-old said he left his post after feeling that club president Florentino Perez has lost faith in him. He wrote: I have now decided to leave and I…

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Peter Ndlovu May Contest 2023 Presidential Election, Say APP Leader

Opposition All People’s Party (APP) is mulling over the idea of naming former Warriors captain Peter Ndlovu its presidential candidate in Zimbabwe’s 2023 presidential elections. APP interim leader Sabastian Mubvumbi told VOA Zimbabwe Service that all party supporters want Ndlovu to lead the party and the former Coventry City striker has also warmed up to the idea. Mubvumbi said as a party, they held several discussions about finding a candidate that would attract people’s attention. He said: That’s when Peter Ndlovu’s name was mentioned and everyone was happy about him. I held…

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Susan Mutami Targets Norton In 2023 Elections

Susan Mutami has declared her interest in contesting the Norton National Assembly seat currently held by her estranged lover Temba Mliswa. Posting on Twitter on Monday, Mutami, a businesswoman and socialite based in Australia, said she has started mobilising resources for the development of Norton. Mutami also claimed that Mliswa has reached out to her through intermediaries, asking her to desist from taking their matters to social media as this was negatively impacting his political profile. This comes after Mutami posted a letter to Mliswa that stated fees required by an Australian…

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ZANU PF Popularises New ED Chant

The ruling ZANU PF party has begun to popularise its new slogan for its presidential candidate, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in preparation for the 2023 elections. In 2018, ZANU PF campaigned with party supporters chanting the slogan “ED Pfee”, but now it has been changed to “#2023 Five Million Votes ED Pfee”. The new slogan was revealed on Sunday by acting Mashonaland East provincial chairperson Michael Madanha, during a provincial co-ordinating committee meeting held in Marondera. Addressing the delegates, Madanha said the province is expected to deliver 800 000 votes towards…

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