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Henry S Pace

Henry S Pace

Catalonia crisis: The October 1st Catalonia referendum was a shame on the Madrid government when police attacked the people and polling stations. That's what is called democracy in Spain as an EU member country. Shame on you Mariano Rajoy

31/10/2017

JacoDe Waal

JacoDe Waal

bokoni platinum mine Die plaas moorde wat aan die gang is, is 'n oorlogs verklaring teen die boere en die boere moet dit ook so hanteer ek sal skiet om dood te skiet as dit met my moet gebeur, mense kry infra rooi kameras om julle wonings wat met julle fone gelink is en op 'n monitor in die huis dat julle kan sien wat in die nag om julle huise aan gaan en sit ordentlike staal wering voor vensters en deure dat dit nie net van inkom is en honde wat byt in die huis slaap die gemors het nog nie planne met honde wat in die huis slaap en hĂȘ julle wapens naby julle.

25/10/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

Man-caves: Inner space, that place where they CONstruct the Geomagical Rearsearch Letters The moon's a balloon, NASA CGI, by deception do they fake their tax payer funded loony tune, made in a Hollyweird basement, International Fake Stations and astronots, Elon Mask plays ye for clots, rigged reality, just a formality, NASA-fed emissions to Ma, as soon as she finishes drawing the billion buzz light years away star, hahah!

19/10/2017

Hannes W

Hannes W

Please do not tell Julias. I think this land belongs to his ancestors and they will want to grab it.... bokoni platinum

19/10/2017

Jenetta Venish

Jenetta Venish

There's just so much humour in God's creation. Thanks for sharing.

30/08/2013

Judy Beyer

Judy Beyer

Funny!

30/08/2013

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disqus_PNJWQXMEwS

Just made my morning

30/08/2013

Luciana Parazzi

Luciana Parazzi

Beautiful, thank you!

30/08/2013

Uganda Safaris

Uganda Safaris

great pictures

30/08/2013

Daleen van Dyk62062

Daleen van Dyk62062

Sooooooooo Snaaks!!!! Love Africa!

21/08/2013

UnoNoone

UnoNoone

we are just like them, they are just like us...

20/08/2013

Desiree Lotz

Desiree Lotz

You can't beat nature for naturalness.

20/08/2013

chinos

chinos

Indeed!! does not belong to sovereign states!

01/11/2017

Last

Last

mine Yaaa the flats need to go that whole area should be cleared of residents and flats built in a new suburb out of the city that area should be converted to light industrial use ... It's dirty , the people there are dirty. It's over populated , they vandalize water hydrants so treated water then becomes contaminated. Even residents know it's a hazard who wants to live with raw sewer flowing on passages???? Seriously they can go to their rurals and come back when new flats are built and pay rent like the rest of us . Good move council and minister thank you!!!

01/11/2017

yowe

yowe

Solution yacho ndiyo yakaipa..Let us demolish the flats after that we will then look for an alternative place to relocate the people hahahaha YOWE!!!

01/11/2017

Wilson Magaya

Wilson Magaya

Surely the team at city of Harare know that the war against typhoid is won not through managing the disease when it emerges. Dr. Chonzi and his team are definitely winning and should win the battle but the WAR is still far from being won. Demolishing the Matapi or not demolishing them will not win the war against these pathogens that thrive in dirty environments. Imagine the pandora's box that is waiting in all the septic tanks and poor drainage systems adjacent to water wells and boreholes which have become the major supply of city water. I reiterate, a wise person once told me that to deal with the water and sanitation issues of a city is to deal with 25 plus diseases. Let's work to WIN the WAR comrades....Deal with city water and city waste management and we might just get our sunshine city back....If not then throw in the towel and make way for capable hands to run the city...."Nyika Vanhu" Zimbabwe has the capable hands lets put them to work where others may have run out of solutions....

31/10/2017

Zuze

Zuze

ndopano bhowera our Government and ZANU PF kunyepa haaaa ilm sick and tired of you pple hameno ikoko chero zvazvaita handei tione

31/10/2017

sarah  Mahoka

sarah Mahoka

Winning? It should never have happened.dirty water and poor sewage disposal

31/10/2017

Zvogwadza

Zvogwadza

Winning the war? Like seriously? Why allow the war in the first place? There is absolutely no reason why typhoid should be rearing its ugly head in Mbare if the City Council was doing its job. We are led by a bunch of clowns in Zimbabwe

31/10/2017

Chamunorwa

Chamunorwa

The war on typhoid should have been prevented by providing the infrastructure required for managing waste.

31/10/2017

NUTTY DREADLOCK

NUTTY DREADLOCK

if honestly you were winning the fight against typhoid it would not constantly recure wenever we are entering the rainy season.If i were you i would spend all my energy on trying to ensure that every harare citizen enjoys their God given right of acces to water

31/10/2017

zimbotry

zimbotry

We should not be having to fight this war at all. Just find funds for basic infrastructure instead of overseas trips

31/10/2017

@93

@93

Why typhoid in the first place? Prevention would have been better. There is nothing to brag about. Salisbury never had such issues.

31/10/2017

eliah

eliah

You also need to check as a certain Minister has suggested demolishing the problematic flats altogether so as to eradicate this problem forever , how fas on that bizzare idea.

31/10/2017

King

King

It is a shame that we are battling with cholera in 2017. This is a medieval disease.

31/10/2017

dziva

dziva

The only war you have won is turning sunshine city into a waste city.

31/10/2017

Tapfuma

Tapfuma

Considering the Bond Note is realistically less than 1/3rd of the value of the US$ using the implied exchange rate reflected in Old Mutual shares, around $1200/tonne for GMB wheat would be a reasonable starting point. However as the season progresses and the value of Zim's BN dollar continues to fall, frequent GMB price revues will become essential if it wishes to maintain deliveries compared to those who can offer to buy wheat using genuine US$?

31/10/2017

Chikonzi

Chikonzi

Current prices of wheat in Zambia are US$420/tonne due to increased electricity costs, and in SA US$300/tonne, although regional prices are around US$370/tonne. Wheat costs are much higher than maize, so what wheat purchase price will the GMB be offering to take into account much higher production costs within Zimbabwe? Since the GMB maize purchase price was nearly 3 times higher than regional averages, will the GMB align its wheat prices to over $1000/tonne?

31/10/2017

Contributionist

Contributionist

Brainless too

18/10/2017

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Careful - people will think you are talking about Blade!

18/10/2017

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Yis komrad

18/10/2017

RevitaliZA

RevitaliZA

One word - Toothless!

18/10/2017

'ed

'ed

Dictaetaa, you mean?

18/10/2017

FORREAL11

FORREAL11

Zuma isnot worried about the alliance. He will put structures in place to rig the 2019 election should it be necessary - then he can be tabled as a true African leada.

18/10/2017

Padraigin Eagle

Padraigin Eagle

Smoke & Chivas:Terrorists highly regarded at parties The conrats pulling themselves off together, 'tis just a Marxist plot, vultures of a feather in the alieANC bed forever, pretending is genetically inbred with this lot, aggrieved they be not!

18/10/2017

Truth_Detector

Truth_Detector

.. I guess if that is the case, it's the only positive coming out of this!!

18/10/2017