UK: King Mzilikazi Day celebrations set for Staffordshire

By UK Correspondent THIS year’s King Mzilikazi Day celebrations are set for Saturday in the quaint village of Wheaton Aston which, deep in the Staffordshire country-side. Located some 30 miles from Birmingham, Wheaton Aston, will host what is increasingly becoming an important African cultural festival in the UK since it was launched by volunteers in

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ZAA Australia makes a comeback after 3 year hiatus, announces nominees

By Staff Reporter ZIMBABWE Achievers Awards Australia will this year bounce back from a Covid-19 induced hiatus with a ceremony expected to be held in Sydney later this year. ZAA Australia celebrates strides and imprints by Zimbabweans living abroad. ZAA Australia Country Director Method Mukundu expressed his excitement as they break a three year ice. “It has been

The body of ‘beloved’ waiter is on its way to be buried in Zim thanks to local donors

People’s Post It’s been barely three weeks since beloved local Claremont waiter Raynold Matusa (37) was found murdered in Frederick Road, and already R74 000 has been raised to send his remains home to Zimbabwe. Such charitable contributions from the Claremont community were confirmed by Christina Gorrini, Matusa’s former employer and owner of Mama Roma

UK: Teenage actor Ray Kwaramba makes debut in Apple TV+ series Invasion

ENGLAND: A 13-year-old Essex boy has made his debut appearance in hit sci-fi series Invasion. Raynon Kwaramba, who is of Zimbabwean heritage, plays the role of Natori, a young boy with special powers who can communicate with aliens. Invasion follows the story of a diverse group of characters across the globe as they struggle to

Police have arrested 46 undocumented immigrants believed to be from Malawi and Zimbabwe, who were being transported allegedly to work on a farm in Piketberg. Picture: ANA Archives

SA: 46 Illegal immigrants arrested en route to Piketberg farm

Cape Times Police have arrested 46 undocumented immigrants believed to be from Malawi and Zimbabwe, who were being transported allegedly to work on a farm in Piketberg. The arrests followed after authorities were alerted to a suspicious truck carrying about 67 people approaching Porterville from the direction of Paarl. Rural and Farmworkers Development Organisation executive

UK: Man charged with child sex assault and drug offences wanted after bail breach

By UK Media ENGLAND: A Leicester man charged with child sex offences is wanted by police after breaching the terms of his bail. Tadiwanashe Dzikiti, 21, was charged on September 2 with one count of sexual assault of a child and three counts of sexual communication with a child following an incident on Cort Crescent

Former Folkestone and Margate resident Emmanuel Gotora was a father of two. Picture: Nikki Desborough

UK: Father-of-two Emmanuel Gotora dies in hospital seven months after car crash

By Millie Bowles| KentOnline A heartbroken family have described a dad-of-two as “bubbly, outgoing and loving” following his tragic death more than seven months after a car crash. Emmanuel Gotora, 27, suffered catastrophic injuries when the vehicle he was driving hit a tree in Dane Valley Road, Margate, in January. He had been criticaly ill

SCOTLAND: Zimbabwean student’s first trip abroad takes him to the Glenkens

By Stephen Norris | Daily Record A post-graduate student from Zimbabwe is enjoying his first time outside the country – among the people of the Glenkens. Natsani Brandon Dube will start a masters degree in statistical ecology at the University of St Andrews on Monday. He arrived in Scotland on August 9 and since then

The Limpopo High Court dismissed a couple's application to grant their children South African citizenship. Google© Streetview, Google Maps, taken 2022

Court dismisses Zimbabwean parents’ attempt to get SA citizenship for their children

News24 A Limpopo court has dismissed an application by two Zimbabwean parents for their children to have South African citizenship.  The children were born in South Africa between 2010 and 2016.  The court said the fact that the children were born in South Africa did not mean they had abandoned their parents’ country of birth.

Restaurant raising funds to send body of ‘beloved waiter’ back home in Zim

People’s Post Two men, aged 34 and 61, will be remanded in custody pending their bail application on charges of being in possession of suspected stolen property and the murder of a “beloved” local waiter in Claremont, Raynold Mutasa (37), on Thursday 24 August. According to Claremont police’s Vispol Commander Lt Col Marnus Fourie, the two suspects

UK: Police name 19-year-old Zim teenager stabbed to death in Leeds; two arrested

By Yorkshire Evening Post Emmanuel Nyabako, 19, was attacked in Chapeltown over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Officers were told at around 2am on Saturday August 26 that a man was being assaulted outside a property in Francis Street. They found Emmanuel with serious injuries and he was rushed to hospital, but he died a short

INTERVIEW: Zim lawyer wins Netherlands award

By rug.nl The University of Groningen has been presenting the annual Alumnus of the Year- to an exceptional former student since 2009. The prize is ‘an expression of appreciation as well as encouragement’, says the University, ‘for a former student who has made an exceptional contribution to society, science, sports, or culture; who is an inspiration

Man of Virtù: how Keith Motsi helped propel his new Tokyo bar to stardom

By Agencies TOKYO – Keith Motsi is raving about the current state of the cocktail scene in Asia. “If you look everywhere around Asia, it’s going through the same boom that London and New York experienced 10 or 20 years ago,” enthuses the beverage director of Virtù, located in the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Otemachi.

Zimbabwean truck driver sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment for smuggling explosives into SA

The Star A 43-year-old Zimbabwean national, Josephat Bayayi, was convicted and sentenced to 15 years of direct imprisonment for smuggling explosives. According to Hawks spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Matimba Maluleke, in July 2023 South African Revenue Service (Sars) personnel were busy scanning vehicles at Beitbridge port of entry when they noticed suspicious items that were loaded in

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SA: Zimbabwean nationals return home to cast their ballot

By SABC News JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwean nationals at the Beitbridge border post in Musina in Limpopo, have started making their way to their country ahead of the general elections. Zimbabwe will hold its general elections on Wednesday. Those at the Beitbridge border post have expressed mixed reactions about the elections. Others say they will not