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South Africa’s Zuma starts probe on police chief over “Marikana massacre”

South Africa’s Zuma starts probe on police chief over “Marikana massacre”

South African President Jacob Zuma has launched an investigation into the police chief’s role in the 2012 killing of 34 miners by officers during a strike over pay, his office said on Tuesday.

SA top cop faces music over Zim deportations

SA top cop faces music over Zim deportations

McBride was charged over the illegal deportation of Zimbabweans including those suspected of killing a senior police officer in Bulawayo in 2010.

Abortion pills craze hits city

Abortion pills craze hits city

SCORES of Bulawayo teenage girls are turning to a South Africa-based online clinic to access abortion tablets, which are delivered through cross-border buses.

Malema misses the point on Mugabe

Malema misses the point on Mugabe

Statements by South Africa’s opposition EFF leader, Julius Malema that President Robert Mugabe is not to blame for the problems in Zimbabwe and that he and other African leaders, with the exception of South Africa should rule for as long as they like are sickening as they betray either a serious lack of understanding on the Zimbabwean situation or a deep hatred for the people of Zimbabwe.

Mugabe not to blame: Malema

Mugabe not to blame: Malema

The problems in Zimbabwe are not caused by its long-serving President Robert Mugabe, but by “capital”, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema said yesterday.

Matabeleland South drought a national disaster

Matabeleland South drought a national disaster

FORMER Bulilima East legislator Norman Mpofu yesterday urged government to declare food shortages in Matabeleland South Province a national disaster to enable donors to chip in following reports that most villagers in the area were now relying on handouts from their relatives in Botswana and South Africa.

Hwange to sell coal to South Africa

Hwange to sell coal to South Africa

Hwange Colliery plans to export 50 000 metric tonnes of coal to neighbouring South Africa this year and its gauging interest from buyers in Europe and Asia, the head of the company said.

Impumelelo date SA for explosive show

Impumelelo date SA for explosive show

IMPUMELELO Shining Stars (ISS) and Gwanda-based praise poet Lerato Ndlovu – aka uNqindi oMnyama – are set to perform at the Hilbrow Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa, in what promises to be thrilling show on July 18.

SA gives Zimbabwean immigrants lifeline

SA gives Zimbabwean immigrants lifeline

SOUTH Africa has reportedly given Zimbabweans whose applications for work and business permits were turned down to appeal the decision, giving a lifeline to thousands of immigrants facing deportation.

Warriors crash out

Warriors crash out

NEEDING just a draw to qualify for the last eight of the 2015 Cosafa Cup, the Warriors crumbled in stunning fashion to a clearly technically superior Namibia in the last Group B match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

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