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Chiwanga spent 4 years in UK prison, met with Vladimir and now is a millionaire

Malvin Chiwanga was arrested and served almost four years in a United Kingdom prison, but today he is a multi-millionaire with a business empire spreading across seven countries The 41-year-old UK-based Zimbabwean businessman made worldwide headlines after he was arrested with four others for defrauding numerous UK companies. Trevor Mavengawenya (top left), Paddington

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HATCLIFFE EXTENSION RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION PLEADS WITH ZESA TO CONTRIBUTE TO ELECTRIFICATION PROJECT

By Rachael Zivengwa The Hatcliffe Extension Residents Association (HERA) has called ZESA to assist residents bring light to their dark suburb, a project they are spearheading themselves. Residents are asking Zesa to assist with the provision of armoured cables for use in the electrification project since the cables are very expensive and

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WATER IS LIFE ADAGE COMES TRUE FOR CHIPINGE’S WARD 18 RESIDENTS

By Tendai Muswere Residents of Chipinge’s Tafara area in Musirizvi, has reason to smile again after an non-governmental organisation, CARE International, partnered with Government to rebuild water pipes destroyed during the Cyclone Idai disaster. In an interview with The Observer, Chipinge RDC chairperson thanked the government for hearing their cry and securing safe supply

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Colonel Dyck cries out for help in Mozambique’s war with Islamic terrorists

Caption: Under spotlight ... Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi secured billion dollar contracts after promises of security, but investors now fear the gamble has backfired BY RTD COLONEL LIONEL DYCK ISLAMIC terrorists say they have taken control of Mozambique’s strategic northern town of Palma including its banks, government offices, factories and army barracks,

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