Kevin de Bruyne inspired Belgium to a 2 -1 win against Denmark

Kevin de Bruyne inspired Belgium to a 2 -1 win against Denmark. Kevin de Bruyne inspired Belgium to a comeback win against Denmark that secured their place in the last 16 of Euro 2020 as fans and players paid tribute to Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, who is recovering after suffering cardiac arrest. Eriksen is recovering in hospital after he collapsed on the pitch at the Parken Stadium during Saturday’s game against Finland. Tributes were paid to Denmark’s talismanic number 10 before and during the game, with play stopped in the…

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Mnangagwa Didn’t Sign New Parliament Deal – Kasukuwere

Exiled former cabinet Minister, Saviour Kasukuwere has dismissed claims that suggest that President Emmerson Mnangagwa is the one who signed the new Parliament deal with China. The communications department in the office of the President had claimed that the deal to construct the new Parliament building in Mt Hampden was signed by President Mnangagwa in 2018. Read a tweet from the president’s office: The current Parliament of Zimbabwe building is now old and inadequate for all the modern needs of an august house. H.E. President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa visited China…

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Father Ribeiro Who Designed Zimbabwe Flag Dies

Roman Catholic Church priest, composer, novelist and nationalist Father Emmanuel Ribeiro has died aged 86. Father Ribeiro died at St Anne’s Hospital in Harare Thursday morning. His death was confirmed by Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Mr Nick Mangwana. Writing on Twitter, Mr Mangwana said: It is sad to learn that Father Emmanuel Ribeiro has passed on in the early hours of this morning. Father Ribeiro was assistant chaplain-general of Prisons at the time President @edmnangagwa was in prison. He was a major player in the design of…

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Zambia’s Founding President Kenneth Kaunda Dies

Zambia’s founding president, Kenneth Kaunda has died aged 97, the government has confirmed. Kaunda was the president of Zambia from 1964 to 1991. Kaunda who has been unwell was this week admitted to hospital at Maina Soko Medical Centre. He was popular in the first decade after independence but became increasingly autocratic and banned all opposition parties. The veteran leader eventually ceded power in the first multi-party elections in 1991, losing to trade unionist Fredrick Chiluba.

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Ex-Health Minister Obadiah Moyo Indicted To High Court

Former Health and Child Care minister Dr Obadiah Moyo has been indicted to the High Court for trial on criminal abuse of office charges. Prosecutor Garudzo Ziyadhuma told the court that Moyo’s trial will kick off on September 6. Ziyadhuma said: _We are applying that the accused be indicted to the High Court for trial on September 6 this year after the completion of documents processing._ The State alleges that Moyo influenced the awarding of a US$60 million tender to Drax International, which is headquartered in the United Arab Emirates.…

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Olinda Chapel responds to Tatelicious accusations: Video

Olinda Chapel responds to Tatelicious accusations: Video. Olinda Chapel has responded to Queen Tatelicious claims of her sending money to ex-husband Stunner. This all started after Tatelicious said Stunner was still receiving money from the London-based businesswoman despite being married to baby father Tytan. The drama is on again and you know when the queen of social media takes it on it’s always interesting. Tatelicious is one of the best gossipers we have on social media and when she starts a rumour or her gossips she makes sure she gets…

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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Cases Remain High: 16 June 2021 Coronavirus Update

Here is Zimbabwe’s coronavirus or COVID-19 situation report by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) as of 16 June 2021: New cases: 238 Local Cases: 238 Returnees: 0 Deaths: 3 Tests: 2 125 Positivity (11.2%) Vaccinations: 2 669 (first dose); 4 726 (second dose) Total Cumulative Vaccinations: 697 399 (first dose); 423 474 (second dose) Recoveries: 19 National Recovery Rate: 92% Active Cases: 1 841 Total Cumulative Cases: 40 556 Total Recoveries: 37 075 Total Deaths: 1 640 Zimbabwe Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update: 13 June 2021 Zimbabwe Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update: 12 June 2021 Zimbabwe Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update – 10 April 2021 (3) Zimbabwe Coronavirus/COVID-19…

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Independent Media: Decuplets Were Born, Govt, Hospital Should Tell What Happened After

Independent Media has initiated investigations into the decuplets matter in South Africa and established that the ten babies were actually born and any effort to claim otherwise is a cover pushed by authorities at the hospital. Pindula News presents Independent Media’s findings: 1. Gosiame Thamara Sithole was admitted to Steve Biko Academic Hospital on Monday, June 7, 2021. 2. She was admitted late in the morning and taken to the maternity ward.3. At 6 pm or thereabouts, a group of four doctors and two nurses attended to Sithole. 4. Sithole…

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Kim Kardashian Gets Restraining Order Against Man Who Sent Plan B, Ring

Kim Kardashian now has legal protection against the man who allegedly showed up to her home on multiple occasions and sent a package containing Plan B and a diamond ring … thanks to a restraining order. KK filed docs Wednesday against Nicholas Costanza, whom she claims is the person who disturbingly shipped Plan B pills and an engagement ring to her home earlier this month … a package that was intercepted by Kim’s security team. TMZ.com In her filing — from attorney Shawn Holley — Kim says Costanza has shown up to her property a…

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Prison officer in trouble over anti-ED slur

A CHINHOYI-BASED prisons officer who was arraigned before the courts on charges of insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week has been called for a disciplinary hearing. Peter Kudzai Mushonga is being charged for using “traitorous and disloyal” words regarding the President or the government. He is being charged according to section 3(1) of the Prisons (Staff) (Discipline) Regulations 1984 (using traitorous or disloyal words regarding the President or the government) or alternatively “being guilty of any other act, conduct, disorder, or neglect of duty to the prejudice of good order…

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