h Africa arguing that the SA government has completely failed to respect their own laws in handling of refugee and asylum matters.
“The SA government defies its own laws and United Nations Charter. The United Nations stipulated 180 days for asylum seekers to have their cases determined, but some go for years and refugee rights are not respected,” said spokesperson Oliver Kubikwa.
He claimed that foreigners were badly treated and abused in
Mohadi kicked off farm
BEIT-BRIDGE – Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi has been forced out of Highway farm here after the Land Audit committee exposed that he possessed more than one farm, in breach of government’s land policy of ‘one-man-one-farm’.
The minister also owns Nottingham Farm, which produces oranges for export. Contacted for comment he vehemently denied ever owning two properties simultaneously.
In a related incident, Leslie, son to Abedinico Ncube, deputy minister of labour and social welfare has been kicked out of a plot at Cleveland farm for under-utilising it. – AND
AirZim prices now in US$
With inflation around 800% (official rate) Zimbabwean businesses are finding it virtually impossible to stay afloat.
A few months ago, Air
N’angas offer to help
MASVINGO – Traditional healers here have called on the government to allow them to visit public hospitals to administer herbs to patients, as the state institutions have run out of essential medical supplies, including the most basic drugs.
“Our forefathers used to treat several ailments using traditional medicine and we believe the same can be done today,” said Daniel Dambakuwa, the spokesman of
the Masvingo chapter of the Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association (ZINATHA).
Health Minister David Parirenyatwa could not be reached for comment. But in the past he has castigated some members of ZINATHA for administering toxic and untested substances. – Own correspondent
Mutambara demands compensation
At least 20 000 people, most of them innocent civilians, were killed by the army’s North
Korean-trained 5th Brigade sent into Matabeleland and
ZCTU information officer Mlamuleli Sibanda said junior immigration officials at
The ZCTU official told ZimOnline that the Dutch trade unionists were later put on a British Airways flight to
UZ student leaders expelled
Mfundo Mlilo, Collen Chibango and Wellington Mahohoma say they will challenge the expulsions in the High Court as they are illegal. “It’s got more to do with the silencing of the masses in
Undeterred the student leaders, who say they have the full support of the students especially on the issue of school fees, have vowed to continue with the student movement. We were not able to get a comment from university authorities. – Violet Gonda, SWRadio AfricaPost published in: News