Zimbabwe govt panicky reaction to Dr Magombeyi abduction raises more questions

Zimbabwe govt panicky reaction to Dr Magombeyi abduction raises more questions

When we were kids, we used to enjoy a certain joke, in which a bus was stopped at a checkpoint, where police officers started searching all the bags in the luggage compartment, when they came across one that contained illicit drugs. They then asked the passengers whose bag it was, to which a certain man seated at the back suddenly stood up shouting that it was not his, and neither were the drugs. Needless to say, the police immediately arrested him, as his reaction had been very suspicious, and pointed to his possible guilt.

Zimbabwe doctor is found, but disappearances continue to rise

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Zimbabwe govt panicky reaction to Dr Magombeyi abduction raises more questions

When we were kids, we used to enjoy a certain joke, in which a bus was stopped at a checkpoint, where police officers started searching all the bags...

Zimbabwe doctor is found, but disappearances continue to rise

Zimbabwe doctor Peter Magombeyi disappeared on 14 September in Harare and was found five days later,...

Zimbabwe’s currency is collapsing

The Zimdollar started melting down two weeks ago, and it's getting worse....

Bill Watch Committee Series

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Why Briton John Bradburne could become Zimbabwe’s first Catholic saint

John Bradburne had "few possessions, only love" say the leprosy patients he cared for 40 years...

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