• Zimbabwe to Offer White Farmers 99-Year Land Leases

    Zimbabwe to Offer White Farmers 99-Year Land Leases. The Associated Press reviewed a copy of the Mnangagwa directive that said it would go into effect immediately. Mnangagwa has also said black farmers could invite white farmers into partnerships, and whites would be allowed to apply for new farm leases. In Zimbabwe, all farmland is owned by the government and merely leased by the farmers who work it. Beginning around the year 2000, former President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu-PF party began driving white farmers away, claiming it was necessary to ...

    published: 02 Feb 2018
  • REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

    REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report. Harare - Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been leasing out some of his family’s farm land to white businessmen – even though he threatened others for doing that while he was in office, a private newspaper reported at the weekend. As recently as late October, Mugabe said black owners who invited whites back to rent and work seized fields would lose their farms. But the Zimbabwe Independent reports that the former first family was doing exactly that: leasing out part of Mazowe Citrus Estate to a company in which some of the main shareholders were white. The Mugabes seized a large portion of Mazowe Citrus Estate several years back. It is in a rich farming district north of Harare. A top shareholder at CFI Holdings...

    published: 11 Dec 2017
  • REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

    REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report. Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been leasing out some of his family’s farm land to white businessmen – even though he threatened others for doing that while he was in office, a private newspaper reported at the weekend. As recently as late October, Mugabe said black owners who invited whites back to rent and work seized fields would lose their farms. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/rP0kO2 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See...

    published: 11 Dec 2017
  • Zimbabwe offers longer leases to white farmers

    Zimbabwe offers longer leases to white farmers. Published: 12:23 EST, 31 January 2018 | Updated: 12:23 EST, 31 January 2018 Former president of the Commercial Farmers Union Deon Theron inspects a disused cattle dip on Eden farm in 2017 in Beatrice, Zimbabwe, where he ran a successful dairy before being forced off the property during the Mugabe land reform programme Zimbabwe has announced that white farmers still in business after controversial land reforms will be able to obtain 99-year leases, signalling a new government approach to the key ...

    published: 01 Feb 2018
  • Mugabe leases interfresh land - the zimbabwe independent

    Mugabe leases interfresh land - the zimbabwe independent. …… as skeletons tumble out of the closet FORMER president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace are leasing out land they controversially seized from Interfresh Holdings Ltd’s Mazoe citrus estate a few yea...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Revealed: mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

    Revealed: mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report. Creating your profile will enable you to submit photos and stories to get published on News24. This username must be unique, cannot be edited and will be used in the URL to your profile page across the entire 24.com network.

    published: 11 Dec 2017
  • Zimbabwe: Trump Sets Terms for Mnangagwa’s Govt, Orders Military Off the Streets

    Zimbabwe: Trump Sets Terms for Mnangagwa’s Govt, Orders Military Off the Streets. THE military must return to the barracks while Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has a “window of opportunity to demonstrate commitment to a democratic, just, healthy and prosperous Zimbabwe”, a strategic US government official has said. Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Stephanie Sullivan was presenting his paper titled “The Future of Zimbabwe” to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs Tuesday. Sullivan said “the U.S. engagement with the newly-inaugurated Mnangagwa and his administration must be based on demonstrated behavior, not rhetorical intentions”. “Our policy of re-engagement will focus on constitutional democracy, free and fair e...

    published: 13 Dec 2017
  • Revealed: mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says reportDaily News

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  • 11 Difference Between Rent And Lease

    1. Rental agreements are month to month, with no set period of residence. At the end of each 30-day period, both you and your tenant are free to change the rental agreement (subject to any rent control laws). 2. A lease has a set term, such as six months or a year, during which the tenant agrees to rent the property.  3. The lease is mutually beneficial. A tenant can't stop paying rent or vacate the property during the lease term — this is a violation of the agreement. Likewise, the landlord can't arbitrarily force the tenant to move. 4. The landlord cannot raise the rent or change other terms of the tenancy during the lease, unless the tenant agrees. 5. The lease agreement is very specific in detailing the responsibilities of both parties during the lease. 6. The landlord has the option t...

    published: 15 Aug 2017
  • Mugabe Has Been Leasing Out Land That He Grabbed

    .Mugabe Has Been Leasing Out Land That He Grabbed. Former president Robert Mugabe is reported to have been leasing out land that he seized from Interfesh Holdings’ Mazoe citrus estates. Mugabe and his wife, former first lady Grace Mugabe have been leasing out the land to businessman Hamish Rudland. This is a direct contradiction to what Mugabe himself always said at rallies where he attacked people who were accused of leasing land back to former white farmers arguing that they wanted to reverse the gains of the land reform programme. The Mugabe family is reported to have seized 414 hectares of Interfresh’s land holdings, which translates to 39 percent of the arable land. Mugabe’s family and relatives are alleged to own 15 809 hectares of land across Zimbabwe. After failing to fully utiliz...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Zimbabwe Mnangagwa Government Relaxes Mugabe's Indigenisation Law

    .Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Government Relaxes Mugabe's Indigenisation Law. The Emmerson Mnangagwa-led government has moved to restrict former President Robert Mugabe's signature indigenisation law which forces foreign businesses to ensure 51 percent equity ownership by black locals. Presenting his 2018 budget statement Thursday, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said the controversial 51-49 percent local-foreign shareholding structure shall only apply to diamond and platinum mining. He lamented the flight of foreign direct investment from the country in the past few years and pledged to relax the country's tough policy regime which is blamed for poor investment in the country. The minister said government was to come up with policies that encourage both domestic and international investment. ...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Air Zimbabwe Shut Down, Here is What Happened

    Air Zimbabwe Shut Down, Here is What Happened https://youtu.be/SfPtOgxFAbc Air Zimbabwe changes name to Zimbabwe Airlines, 4 new Aircrafts Boeing 777-200 https://youtu.be/SfPtOgxFAbc Harare - It has a handsome black tail fin, with a gold Zimbabwe bird at its centre, and red, yellow and green stripes on its stern. But it’s the new name, alongside the country’s national flower that has got people puzzled: Zimbabwe Airways. Not Air Zimbabwe? Malaysian flag A YouTube video of the Boeing 777 taking off in this new livery and under this new name has been shared extensively by Zimbabweans, fueling debate. The video was taken sometime this year at Malaysia’s Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. The plane still bears a small Malaysian flag on the forward fuselage, adding to the intrigue. 'What's going...

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • Mugabe leases land to a white farmer

    Mugabe leases land to a white farmer. Mugabe and his wife, Grace, according to The Zimbabwe Independent, have been leasing out the land to businessman Hamish Rudland. This is a direct contradiction to what Mugabe himself always said at rallies where he attacked people who were accused of leasing land back to former white farmers arguing that they wanted to reverse the gains of the land reform programme. The weekly private publication said Mugabe family seized 414 hectares of Interfresh’s land holdings, which translates to 39 percent...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Zimbabwe's New Era: Farmers want certainty under Mnangagwa govt

    Robert Mugabe and his family may have been granted amnesty for past crimes, but many Zimbabweans will struggle to forgive his wife, Grace Mugabe. Nicknamed 'Gucci Grace' for her lavish spending, the former first lady owns a number of farms in the country. TRT World's Ben Said visited one of them and found people who say they've been harassed by Grace Mugabe for years. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

    published: 24 Nov 2017
  • Mugabe son in law’s airline project flies into eye of storm

    .Mugabe son-in-law’s airline project flies into eye of storm. FORMER president Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law Simba Chikore’s plan to establish a private airline on the ashes of struggling flag carrier Air Zimbabwe is likely to suffer a stillbirth after the new government raised the red flag over the proposed transaction, it has been established. Last month, the Zimbabwe Independent reported that the project to establish a new airline, Zimbabwe Airways (pictured), whose relationship with Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) is opaque, was moving towards finality amid revelations Transport minister Joram Gumbo and Chikore, who was then AirZim chief operating officer, were to be caught in a massive conflict of interest storm. Information gathered shows that Zimbabwe Airways is owned by a local firm, Zimbabwe ...

    published: 16 Dec 2017
  • Rita Makarau Notifies President Mnangagwa Of Intention To Resign

    .Rita Makarau Notifies President Mnangagwa Of Intention To Resign. Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Justice Rita Makarau is reported to have written letters to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and other ZEC commissioners notifying them of her intention to resign as the head of the electoral body. The weekly publication, the Zimbabwe Independent, reports that the reasons for Makarau’s decision are still unclear at the moment, although her intended resignation is linked to the ouster of former president Robert Mugabe and the defeat of the G40 Faction. The sources who spoke to the Independent said that Makarau’s deputy, Emmanuel Magede would take over on an interim basis until a substantive chairperson is appointed. The opposition has called on Makarau to retire from ZEC on...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Leasing: What Impact Will It Have On The Kenyan Economy

    The Leasing Association of Kenya has said the government's move to acquire vehicles through leasing could be extended to other equipment as well. The association's chairperson, Edna Kihara has said that the government could also acquire medical equipment through leasing, saying it would greatly improve the delivery of medical services across the country.

    published: 18 Jun 2013
  • China-Zimbabwe model farm brings skills, jobs to locals

    Farm manager Charles Zimora is a very optimistic man.The optimism stems from his experience at the Hunyani Farm, about 120 km north-west of Zimbabwe's capital city of Harare.In 2011, the Zimbabwe-China Wanjin Agricultural Development Company began leasing the farm from the Chinoyi University of Technology. Zimora was on the farm team at that time. He said he had seen the transformation of the farm from "an ordinary farm" to a hi-tech one.

    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • Zimbabwe Britain Dishes Out £5Million To Zimbabwe After Meeting Mnangagwa

    Zimbabwe Britain Dishes Out £5Million To Zimbabwe After Meeting Mnangagwa The United Kingdom has offloaded a £5 million grant to Zimbabwe following a meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday. - video upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com

    published: 03 Feb 2018
  • Celebrations as Mnangagwa offers 99 year leases to white farmers

    Celebrations as Mnangagwa offers 99 year leases to white farmers. HUNDREDS of white farmers who had been discriminated against while their black counterparts were getting 99 yearlong leases have a reason to celebrate as they have now been put in the same bracket. Initially, the white farmers had their leases limited to 5 years. The decision to give the 99 year leases comes barely two months after President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in his inauguration speech, announced that his government was going to compensate white farmers whose land was violently seized during the controversial land reform programme under former president Robert Mugabe. In a statement to eight acting provincial resettlement officers throughout the country, the Lands Ministry said there should be no more restrictive five y...

    published: 01 Feb 2018
  • Mugabe's son-in-law left Air Zimbabwe voluntarily - SA Nehanda News

    Former Air Zimbabwe chief operating officer Mr Simba Chikore left the national airline voluntarily to concentrate on helping some indigenous Zimbabweans bring aircraft to fly local, regional and international routes, a Cabinet Minister has said.Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo said Mr Chikore's departure from Air Zimbabwe had nothing to do with circumstances leading to the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe as insinuated by some privately owned publications.Mr Chikore is son-in-law to the former Head of State and Government after he married his daughter, Bona.In an interview  recently,  Minister Gumbo said it was unfair for the media to try to link Mr Chikore's departure at the national airline with the former Head of State and Government's exit ...

    published: 27 Nov 2017
  • Zimbabwe to give white farmers 99-year leases, like black counterparts

    ORIGINAL ARTICLE: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-zimbabwe-farmers/zimbabwe-to-give-white-farmers-99-year-leases-like-black-counterparts-idUSKBN1FK2SK TRANSCRIPT: HARARE - Zimbabwe will issue 99-year leases to white farmers, according to a government circular, after new President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he would end discrimination along racial lines in agriculture. The agriculture ministry circular to staff, seen by Reuters, says white farmers should now be issued the same 99-year leases as black farmers. "Please be informed that the minister of Lands, Agriculture and Resettlement has directed that all remaining white farmers be issued 99-year leases instead of the 5-year leases as per the previous arrangement," said the circular, dated Jan. 19. Earlier this month a government docum...

    published: 02 Feb 2018
  • Heavily armed soldiers 'still deployed at Grace Mugabe's farm' – report

    Heavily armed soldiers 'still deployed at Grace Mugabe's farm' – report. Mazowe – Heavily armed Zimbabwean soldiers are reportedly still deployed at former first lady Grace Mugabe's farming empire which she controversially acquired in Mazowe. According to New Zimbabwe.com, an army tanker and several military trucks can be seen in the area, while a giant military tent has also been erected. "… the military police continue to maintain a heavy presence near Grace Mugabe's farm, orphanage and private school," the report said. In July, Grace reportedly moved to expand her Mazowe "empire" in Mashonaland province by grabbing the "iconic state-owned Mazowe Dam - almost a century after it was built - and surrounding tracts of land". The Zimbabwe Independent, reported at the time that the mo...

    published: 12 Dec 2017
  • Ex Zimbabwe Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo arrested again

    Ex Zimbabwe Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo arrested again. Ex Zimbabwe Minister Ignatius Chombo was yesterday arrested for criminal abuse of office over the way he handled the Garikai/Hlalani Kuhle programme in Whitecliff farm in Harare. The former Minister was arrested while reporting at Marlborough Police Station as part of his bail conditions on other corruption charges he is facing. His lawyer Professor Lovemore Madhuku confirmed the development last night.; “He was arrested while making his last report. Remember he is supposed to report three times a day. He was picked up by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission and they took a warned and cautioned statement before they released him into my custody,” he said.... . . . -----------------------------------------------------------...

    published: 14 Dec 2017
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Zimbabwe to Offer White Farmers 99-Year Land Leases

Zimbabwe to Offer White Farmers 99-Year Land Leases

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Zimbabwe to Offer White Farmers 99-Year Land Leases. The Associated Press reviewed a copy of the Mnangagwa directive that said it would go into effect immediately. Mnangagwa has also said black farmers could invite white farmers into partnerships, and whites would be allowed to apply for new farm leases. In Zimbabwe, all farmland is owned by the government and merely leased by the farmers who work it. Beginning around the year 2000, former President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu-PF party began driving white farmers away, claiming it was necessary to ...
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REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

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REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report. Harare - Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been leasing out some of his family’s farm land to white businessmen – even though he threatened others for doing that while he was in office, a private newspaper reported at the weekend. As recently as late October, Mugabe said black owners who invited whites back to rent and work seized fields would lose their farms. But the Zimbabwe Independent reports that the former first family was doing exactly that: leasing out part of Mazowe Citrus Estate to a company in which some of the main shareholders were white. The Mugabes seized a large portion of Mazowe Citrus Estate several years back. It is in a rich farming district north of Harare. A top shareholder at CFI Holdings, Hamish Rudland, told the paper that Mugabe had approached them through intermediaries when he was still president. Mugabe said he was impressed with the way the company ran another farm near Harare. Mugabe's double standards. Rudland "confirmed entering into a deal with the Mugabe family at a time they were discouraging and even threatening mostly new land owners from working with white farmers", the Zimbabwe Independent said. Under the deal Mugabe was to get 5% of turnover. The revelation has exposed Mugabe's double standards: he was outspoken in his criticism of party members, including some traditional chiefs, who entered into partnerships with whites. "If you don't want to use the land, tell us openly not to clandestinely enter into arrangements with former white farmers coming from Johannesburg," Mugabe told a council meeting of more than 200 chiefs in Bulawayo in late October. "We will chase both you and your white farmer from that land. This land was fought for," Mugabe was quoted as saying by state media at the time. The Zimbabwe Independent said the former president and family members between them owned a total of 15 809 hectares of land. Show me your opinion in comment. And please subscribes channel to follow more new video every day! Thanks for watching! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Hot News: https://goo.gl/1YWszS ► See more: https://goo.gl/xag7BQ ► AKA CHEATING ON BONANG: https://goo.gl/kBeAiq ► Zodwa Wabantu: https://goo.gl/6ZduiJ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d
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REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

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REVEALED: Mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report. Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been leasing out some of his family’s farm land to white businessmen – even though he threatened others for doing that while he was in office, a private newspaper reported at the weekend. As recently as late October, Mugabe said black owners who invited whites back to rent and work seized fields would lose their farms. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/rP0kO2 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/T4QXPk ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/3loZJg ► Twitter: https://goo.gl/UcNkox ► Website: https://hdnews24h.blogspot.com
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Zimbabwe offers longer leases to white farmers

Zimbabwe offers longer leases to white farmers

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Zimbabwe offers longer leases to white farmers. Published: 12:23 EST, 31 January 2018 | Updated: 12:23 EST, 31 January 2018 Former president of the Commercial Farmers Union Deon Theron inspects a disused cattle dip on Eden farm in 2017 in Beatrice, Zimbabwe, where he ran a successful dairy before being forced off the property during the Mugabe land reform programme Zimbabwe has announced that white farmers still in business after controversial land reforms will be able to obtain 99-year leases, signalling a new government approach to the key ...
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Mugabe leases interfresh land - the zimbabwe independent

Mugabe leases interfresh land - the zimbabwe independent

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Mugabe leases interfresh land - the zimbabwe independent. …… as skeletons tumble out of the closet FORMER president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace are leasing out land they controversially seized from Interfresh Holdings Ltd’s Mazoe citrus estate a few yea...
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Revealed: mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

Revealed: mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says report

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Zimbabwe: Trump Sets Terms for Mnangagwa’s Govt, Orders Military Off the Streets

Zimbabwe: Trump Sets Terms for Mnangagwa’s Govt, Orders Military Off the Streets

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Zimbabwe: Trump Sets Terms for Mnangagwa’s Govt, Orders Military Off the Streets. THE military must return to the barracks while Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has a “window of opportunity to demonstrate commitment to a democratic, just, healthy and prosperous Zimbabwe”, a strategic US government official has said. Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Stephanie Sullivan was presenting his paper titled “The Future of Zimbabwe” to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs Tuesday. Sullivan said “the U.S. engagement with the newly-inaugurated Mnangagwa and his administration must be based on demonstrated behavior, not rhetorical intentions”. “Our policy of re-engagement will focus on constitutional democracy, free and fair elections, respect for human rights and the rule of law, and an improved trade and investment climate, among other issues.... . . . ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Hot News: https://goo.gl/1YWszS ► See more: https://goo.gl/xag7BQ ► AKA CHEATING ON BONANG: https://goo.gl/kBeAiq ► Zodwa Wabantu: https://goo.gl/6ZduiJ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d
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Revealed: mugabe 'was leasing out land to whites', says reportDaily News

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11 Difference Between Rent And Lease

11 Difference Between Rent And Lease

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1. Rental agreements are month to month, with no set period of residence. At the end of each 30-day period, both you and your tenant are free to change the rental agreement (subject to any rent control laws). 2. A lease has a set term, such as six months or a year, during which the tenant agrees to rent the property.  3. The lease is mutually beneficial. A tenant can't stop paying rent or vacate the property during the lease term — this is a violation of the agreement. Likewise, the landlord can't arbitrarily force the tenant to move. 4. The landlord cannot raise the rent or change other terms of the tenancy during the lease, unless the tenant agrees. 5. The lease agreement is very specific in detailing the responsibilities of both parties during the lease. 6. The landlord has the option to raise the rent or request that the tenant quit the premises without violating the rental agreement. 7. Rental agreements provide landlords more flexibility if, for example, you think you may need to occupy the unit or start renovations when a contractor is available. 8. Lease: The primary comfort for the landlord is that renters can’t leave the unit at a moment’s notice without fulfilling the terms of the lease. 9. A rental agreement typically renews automatically after each 30-day period has elapsed.  10. A typical lease is often long term, ranging from 1 year to as many as 10 or 20 years. 11. Managed By Lease: Property owner Rent: Tenant who pays rent to use the property
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Mugabe Has Been Leasing Out Land That He Grabbed

Mugabe Has Been Leasing Out Land That He Grabbed

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.Mugabe Has Been Leasing Out Land That He Grabbed. Former president Robert Mugabe is reported to have been leasing out land that he seized from Interfesh Holdings’ Mazoe citrus estates. Mugabe and his wife, former first lady Grace Mugabe have been leasing out the land to businessman Hamish Rudland. This is a direct contradiction to what Mugabe himself always said at rallies where he attacked people who were accused of leasing land back to former white farmers arguing that they wanted to reverse the gains of the land reform programme. The Mugabe family is reported to have seized 414 hectares of Interfresh’s land holdings, which translates to 39 percent of the arable land. Mugabe’s family and relatives are alleged to own 15 809 hectares of land across Zimbabwe. After failing to fully utilize the land, Mugabe is said to have invited Rudland to enter into a joint venture in farming. As part of the deal, Mugabe would get 5 percent of the turnover while Rudland would use the land. Rudland confirmed the deal and told the weekly publication, The Zimbabwean Independent: We were approached by the former president, through his people with a view to helping him run the estate after the success of our Glenara Estates. I think he was impressed by what he had seen at Glenara and from where sit, we could not say no. Who could have said no to his request? But it is a purely commercial transaction on our part; nothing else. We were and we still are not involved in politics, in any way, as we are businesspeople or investors. Earlier this year, Grace Mugabe was reported to have grabbed the state-owned Mazowe Dam and prohibited villagers from using it. 🌴 Get Free Subscribe Here: - https://goo.gl/QrjDRC 🌴 Website: https://goo.gl/UasZwB 🌴 Twitter: - https://goo.gl/WdWB1i 🌴 Plus: - https://goo.gl/4viMNi 🙏Thanks For Watching. Don't forget LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE.
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Zimbabwe Mnangagwa Government Relaxes Mugabe's Indigenisation Law

Zimbabwe Mnangagwa Government Relaxes Mugabe's Indigenisation Law

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.Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Government Relaxes Mugabe's Indigenisation Law. The Emmerson Mnangagwa-led government has moved to restrict former President Robert Mugabe's signature indigenisation law which forces foreign businesses to ensure 51 percent equity ownership by black locals. Presenting his 2018 budget statement Thursday, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said the controversial 51-49 percent local-foreign shareholding structure shall only apply to diamond and platinum mining. He lamented the flight of foreign direct investment from the country in the past few years and pledged to relax the country's tough policy regime which is blamed for poor investment in the country. The minister said government was to come up with policies that encourage both domestic and international investment. This, he said, shall come with the amendment of the country's Indigenisation and Empowerment Act which prescribes majority share ownership by locals. "In the extractive sector, that is mining, the proposed amendment will confine the 51-49 percent indigenization threshold to only two minerals, namely diamond and platinum," Chinamasa said. "The 51-49 percent threshold will not apply to the rest of the extractive sector nor will it apply to other sectors of the economy which would be open to any investor regardless of nationality." Chinamasa said the reserved sectors shall only be enjoyed by locals with foreign nationals interested in joining these areas expected to comply with certain requirements tailored to benefit the economy. "For non-Zimbabweans, entry into the reserved sector will only be by special dispensation granted by government if the proposed business; 1, creates employment; 2, affords the opportunity for the transfer of skills and technology for the benefit of the people of Zimbabwe; 3, that the business will promote the creation of sustainable value chains and, fourthly, that the business meets the prescribed socially and economically desirable objectives." Chinamasa said government will allow those already in the sector to continue uninterrupted but they must formalise their enterprises and bank their proceeds with local institutions. The reserved sectors are agriculture (primary production of food and cash crops), transportation, retail and wholesale trade, barbershops, hairdressing and beauty salons, employment and estate agencies and grain milling as well as bakeries, tobacco grading and packaging, tobacco processing, advertising agencies, milk processing and provision of local arts and crafts, marketing and distribution. Zimbabwe's controversial indigenisation law is blamed for the flight of foreign direct investment in the once promising economy with industries that once employed millions now reduced to wasteland. 🌴 Get Free Subscribe Here: - https://goo.gl/QrjDRC 🌴 Website: https://goo.gl/UasZwB 🌴 Twitter: - https://goo.gl/WdWB1i 🌴 Plus: - https://goo.gl/4viMNi 🙏Thanks For Watching. Don't forget LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE.
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Air Zimbabwe Shut Down, Here is What Happened

Air Zimbabwe Shut Down, Here is What Happened

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Air Zimbabwe Shut Down, Here is What Happened https://youtu.be/SfPtOgxFAbc Air Zimbabwe changes name to Zimbabwe Airlines, 4 new Aircrafts Boeing 777-200 https://youtu.be/SfPtOgxFAbc Harare - It has a handsome black tail fin, with a gold Zimbabwe bird at its centre, and red, yellow and green stripes on its stern. But it’s the new name, alongside the country’s national flower that has got people puzzled: Zimbabwe Airways. Not Air Zimbabwe? Malaysian flag A YouTube video of the Boeing 777 taking off in this new livery and under this new name has been shared extensively by Zimbabweans, fueling debate. The video was taken sometime this year at Malaysia’s Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. The plane still bears a small Malaysian flag on the forward fuselage, adding to the intrigue. 'What's going on?' “A few questions. Is Air Zimbabwe now Zimbabwe Airways? Whose plane is it? What’s going on?” asked Zimbabwean journalist Mduduzi Mathuthu on Twitter. Speculated @Baekithemba: “Zimbabwe Airways is technically a new entity set up to disentangle it from Air Zimbabwe debt. Govt likely to take over debt.” Aviation consultant Richard Maslen suggested in a tweet: “It appears #Zimbabwe has gone ahead with liquidation of Air Zimbabwe & launch of new national carrier.” Banned from Europe Air Zimbabwe’s problems are well known. The state-run company is groaning under a reported debt of over $300 million. In May the European NewsDay paper said that Air Zimbabwe has concluded a long-term deal with Malaysia Airlines, which will see Zimbabwe leasing four Boeing 777-200 planes soon. "The project is being spearheaded by chief operating officer (Simba) Chikore (President Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law) as the company forges ahead with restructuring,”"an unnamed company insider told the paper. The source said the four planes to be hired are 12-year-old Boeing 777-200ERs previously flown by Malaysia Airlines. https://youtu.be/SfPtOgxFAbc
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Mugabe leases land to a white farmer

Mugabe leases land to a white farmer

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Mugabe leases land to a white farmer. Mugabe and his wife, Grace, according to The Zimbabwe Independent, have been leasing out the land to businessman Hamish Rudland. This is a direct contradiction to what Mugabe himself always said at rallies where he attacked people who were accused of leasing land back to former white farmers arguing that they wanted to reverse the gains of the land reform programme. The weekly private publication said Mugabe family seized 414 hectares of Interfresh’s land holdings, which translates to 39 percent...
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Zimbabwe's New Era: Farmers want certainty under Mnangagwa govt

Zimbabwe's New Era: Farmers want certainty under Mnangagwa govt

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Robert Mugabe and his family may have been granted amnesty for past crimes, but many Zimbabweans will struggle to forgive his wife, Grace Mugabe. Nicknamed 'Gucci Grace' for her lavish spending, the former first lady owns a number of farms in the country. TRT World's Ben Said visited one of them and found people who say they've been harassed by Grace Mugabe for years. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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Mugabe son in law’s airline project flies into eye of storm

Mugabe son in law’s airline project flies into eye of storm

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.Mugabe son-in-law’s airline project flies into eye of storm. FORMER president Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law Simba Chikore’s plan to establish a private airline on the ashes of struggling flag carrier Air Zimbabwe is likely to suffer a stillbirth after the new government raised the red flag over the proposed transaction, it has been established. Last month, the Zimbabwe Independent reported that the project to establish a new airline, Zimbabwe Airways (pictured), whose relationship with Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) is opaque, was moving towards finality amid revelations Transport minister Joram Gumbo and Chikore, who was then AirZim chief operating officer, were to be caught in a massive conflict of interest storm. Information gathered shows that Zimbabwe Airways is owned by a local firm, Zimbabwe Aviation Leasing Company (ZALC). The company was formed by an identified group of Zimbabwean investors, among them lawyers and businesspersons with interests in the aviation industry. Some of the ZALC shareholders are said to be based in the diaspora. An enquiry with the Deeds Office in Harare indicated ZALC was registered under file number 3015/12. The file was, however, missing from the office, meaning the directors could not be immediately ascertained. But information obtained shows that Zim Airways had acquired four long-haul Boeing 777 aircraft from Malaysia Airlines as it prepares to fly. Aviation sources told the Independent this week that Simba, who had left for Singapore after Mugabe resigned following the military intervention which brought his 37-year reign to a dramatic end, made an unexpected return to Zimbabwe last week. He took his Zimbabwe Airways foreign partners to AirZim offices before flying to Victoria Falls. His visit came a month after he threw in the towel as AirZim COO. It is understood that power brokers within President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration now want the Zimbabwe Airways deal to be scrutinised with the ultimate objective of blocking it. “The deal is now being scrutinised and once that is completed, the President will be advised to block it. Already, a process is underway to resuscitate AirZim. The airline wants to lease new equipment and increase its frequency on lucrative domestic and international routes,” an aviation source said. According to Gumbo, the government is on the verge of acquiring 15 planes as it plans to bring back AirZim to life. Early this year, AirZim rolled out an ambitious plan to overhaul the company that will see Treasury expunging the airline’s legacy debts, estimated at US$330 million, by way of liquidation before acquiring new planes from Asia and rebranding to Zimbabwe Airways. After failing to court new investors due to the company’s weak balance sheet, government is now seeking partnerships with international airlines instead of engaging a strategic partner to turn around AirZim. At Independence in 1980, the airline had 18 planes in its fleet, but today it is operating at less than a third of its all-time peak. Late last year, government engaged five international carriers from Kenya, Ethiopia, Singapore, Turkey and Malaysia to partner the troubled AirZim with hopes of turning around the fortunes of the ailing and debt-ridden flag carrier. In 2013, cabinet approved a proposal by the AirZim board to raise US$15 million through 180-day commercial paper. 🌴 Get Free Subscribe Here: - https://goo.gl/QrjDRC 🌴 Website: https://goo.gl/UasZwB 🌴 Twitter: - https://goo.gl/WdWB1i 🌴 Plus: - https://goo.gl/4viMNi 🙏Thanks For Watching. Don't forget LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE.
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Rita Makarau Notifies President Mnangagwa Of Intention To Resign

Rita Makarau Notifies President Mnangagwa Of Intention To Resign

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.Rita Makarau Notifies President Mnangagwa Of Intention To Resign. Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) Justice Rita Makarau is reported to have written letters to President Emmerson Mnangagwa and other ZEC commissioners notifying them of her intention to resign as the head of the electoral body. The weekly publication, the Zimbabwe Independent, reports that the reasons for Makarau’s decision are still unclear at the moment, although her intended resignation is linked to the ouster of former president Robert Mugabe and the defeat of the G40 Faction. The sources who spoke to the Independent said that Makarau’s deputy, Emmanuel Magede would take over on an interim basis until a substantive chairperson is appointed. The opposition has called on Makarau to retire from ZEC on a number of occasions accusing her of being too close to Zanu-PF and former president Robert Mugabe in particular. She has also faced allegations of being “captured” by the Generation 40 (G40) Faction. Most G40 members have since been expelled from Zanu-PF with some of them being banned for life. Some sections had also complained that Makarau had too many roles as she was allegedly drawing three separate government salaries: Justice of the Supreme court of Zimbabwe, Secretary of the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) and Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. Some legal experts also said that is was improper for Rita Makarau to hold dual roles as both ZEC chairperson and the secretary of the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) as there was an apparent conflict of interest between her two full-time jobs. Lawyer and spokesperson for the opposition PDP, Jacob Mafume once remarked: It is an incestuous position that she is in and the honourable thing for her to do is to resign from one of the posts. There is so much conflict of interest 🌴 Get Free Subscribe Here: - https://goo.gl/QrjDRC 🌴 Website: https://goo.gl/UasZwB 🌴 Twitter: - https://goo.gl/WdWB1i 🌴 Plus: - https://goo.gl/4viMNi 🙏Thanks For Watching. Don't forget LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE.
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Leasing: What Impact Will It Have On The Kenyan Economy

Leasing: What Impact Will It Have On The Kenyan Economy

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The Leasing Association of Kenya has said the government's move to acquire vehicles through leasing could be extended to other equipment as well. The association's chairperson, Edna Kihara has said that the government could also acquire medical equipment through leasing, saying it would greatly improve the delivery of medical services across the country.
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China-Zimbabwe model farm brings skills, jobs to locals

China-Zimbabwe model farm brings skills, jobs to locals

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Farm manager Charles Zimora is a very optimistic man.The optimism stems from his experience at the Hunyani Farm, about 120 km north-west of Zimbabwe's capital city of Harare.In 2011, the Zimbabwe-China Wanjin Agricultural Development Company began leasing the farm from the Chinoyi University of Technology. Zimora was on the farm team at that time. He said he had seen the transformation of the farm from "an ordinary farm" to a hi-tech one.
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Zimbabwe Britain Dishes Out £5Million To Zimbabwe After Meeting Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe Britain Dishes Out £5Million To Zimbabwe After Meeting Mnangagwa

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Zimbabwe Britain Dishes Out £5Million To Zimbabwe After Meeting Mnangagwa The United Kingdom has offloaded a £5 million grant to Zimbabwe following a meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday. - video upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
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Celebrations as Mnangagwa offers 99 year leases to white farmers

Celebrations as Mnangagwa offers 99 year leases to white farmers

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Celebrations as Mnangagwa offers 99 year leases to white farmers. HUNDREDS of white farmers who had been discriminated against while their black counterparts were getting 99 yearlong leases have a reason to celebrate as they have now been put in the same bracket. Initially, the white farmers had their leases limited to 5 years. The decision to give the 99 year leases comes barely two months after President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in his inauguration speech, announced that his government was going to compensate white farmers whose land was violently seized during the controversial land reform programme under former president Robert Mugabe. In a statement to eight acting provincial resettlement officers throughout the country, the Lands Ministry said there should be no more restrictive five year leases to white farmers. “Please be informed that the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement has directed that all remaining white farmers be issued 99 year leases instead of the 5 year leases as per the previous arrangement,” said the statement Tuesday. The 99 year leases now being offered to all farmers, according to the Lands Ministry, are immediately bankable. The land reform programme, according to the then regime under Mugabe, was meant to correct historic injustices in the distribution of land in the country. But on the other hand, Mangangwa’s compensation programme has not well been received in some sections of the society. As recent as three days ago four villagers were arrested at a farm near Chinhoyi town for distributing material under the ‘Freedom of Speech’ banner questioning why the current government should compensate dispossessed white farmers who were “perpetrators” and “beneficiaries of genocide”. Nearly two decades ago over 4000 white farmers were violently driven off their properties by War Veterans and landless villagers seizing farming equipment and crops with others being killed in cold blood. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Hot news: https://goo.gl/J7mUhU ► ANC: https://goo.gl/x9xRAu ► Scandal: https://goo.gl/YGe8cw ► Zimbawe updates: https://goo.gl/2MJUjp .......................................................................................... If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/cmiueF ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/cmiueF
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Mugabe's son-in-law left Air Zimbabwe voluntarily - SA Nehanda News

Mugabe's son-in-law left Air Zimbabwe voluntarily - SA Nehanda News

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Former Air Zimbabwe chief operating officer Mr Simba Chikore left the national airline voluntarily to concentrate on helping some indigenous Zimbabweans bring aircraft to fly local, regional and international routes, a Cabinet Minister has said.Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo said Mr Chikore's departure from Air Zimbabwe had nothing to do with circumstances leading to the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe as insinuated by some privately owned publications.Mr Chikore is son-in-law to the former Head of State and Government after he married his daughter, Bona.In an interview  recently,  Minister Gumbo said it was unfair for the media to try to link Mr Chikore's departure at the national airline with the former Head of State and Government's exit from power.Minister Gumbo said Mr Chikore and him had been assisting Zimbabwe Aviation Leasing Company, a firm comprising enterprising Zimbabweans interested in aviation.He said Mr Chikore had been helping the indigenous firm to secure aircraft that would ply Zimbabwe and other routes, including complementing Air Zimbabwe.The firm, he said, will take over from where Government had left in courting international airlines.Minister Gumbo said the Zimbabwe Aviation Leasing Company had since applied for a licence to fly to London, Dubai, the Far East, Nigeria and some long distances within Africa."Their plans are also to fly to Sao Paulo, Brazil," he said. "If all goes well, one or two airlines, which are airlines run by our own people, might be in the skies before Christmas."So, his departure is mainly linked to his involvement with this firm, which he is merely assisting. He has no shares at all, but using his expertise. What was happening was that Air Zimbabwe was not getting full value from him because of his commitment to this firm and he decided to leave."Minister Gumbo said Government will continue exploring ways to assist Air Zimbabwe so that it comes back on its feet."Air Zimbabwe itself is ailing, it is not doing very well as we are all aware," he said. "This is why I requested Cabinet to allow us to go into partnership with any other airline to make sure that we remain in the skies."As I speak, the aircraft that we have at Air Zimbabwe are old and cannot fly into Europe. Some are even banned from flying into South Africa because they make a lot of noise, and that is a fact.".
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Zimbabwe to give white farmers 99-year leases, like black counterparts

Zimbabwe to give white farmers 99-year leases, like black counterparts

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-zimbabwe-farmers/zimbabwe-to-give-white-farmers-99-year-leases-like-black-counterparts-idUSKBN1FK2SK TRANSCRIPT: HARARE - Zimbabwe will issue 99-year leases to white farmers, according to a government circular, after new President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he would end discrimination along racial lines in agriculture. The agriculture ministry circular to staff, seen by Reuters, says white farmers should now be issued the same 99-year leases as black farmers. "Please be informed that the minister of Lands, Agriculture and Resettlement has directed that all remaining white farmers be issued 99-year leases instead of the 5-year leases as per the previous arrangement," said the circular, dated Jan. 19. Earlier this month a government document showed that Zimbabwe is considering establishing a special tribunal to determine the value of compensation and how to pay it to white farmers who have lost their land since 2000.
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Heavily armed soldiers 'still deployed at Grace Mugabe's farm' – report

Heavily armed soldiers 'still deployed at Grace Mugabe's farm' – report

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Heavily armed soldiers 'still deployed at Grace Mugabe's farm' – report. Mazowe – Heavily armed Zimbabwean soldiers are reportedly still deployed at former first lady Grace Mugabe's farming empire which she controversially acquired in Mazowe. According to New Zimbabwe.com, an army tanker and several military trucks can be seen in the area, while a giant military tent has also been erected. "… the military police continue to maintain a heavy presence near Grace Mugabe's farm, orphanage and private school," the report said. In July, Grace reportedly moved to expand her Mazowe "empire" in Mashonaland province by grabbing the "iconic state-owned Mazowe Dam - almost a century after it was built - and surrounding tracts of land". The Zimbabwe Independent, reported at the time that the move heightened Grace's "bitter fights with local villagers", who were now barred from using the huge dam, as she also wanted to privatise it. The then first lady's growing empire already included a huge double-storey mansion, a dairy farm, an orphanage and a school. She also planned on building a university.... . . . ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Hot News: https://goo.gl/1YWszS ► See more: https://goo.gl/xag7BQ ► AKA CHEATING ON BONANG: https://goo.gl/kBeAiq ► Zodwa Wabantu: https://goo.gl/6ZduiJ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d
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Ex Zimbabwe Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo arrested again

Ex Zimbabwe Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo arrested again

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Ex Zimbabwe Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo arrested again. Ex Zimbabwe Minister Ignatius Chombo was yesterday arrested for criminal abuse of office over the way he handled the Garikai/Hlalani Kuhle programme in Whitecliff farm in Harare. The former Minister was arrested while reporting at Marlborough Police Station as part of his bail conditions on other corruption charges he is facing. His lawyer Professor Lovemore Madhuku confirmed the development last night.; “He was arrested while making his last report. Remember he is supposed to report three times a day. He was picked up by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission and they took a warned and cautioned statement before they released him into my custody,” he said.... . . . ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Hot News: https://goo.gl/1YWszS ► See more: https://goo.gl/xag7BQ ► AKA CHEATING ON BONANG: https://goo.gl/kBeAiq ► Zodwa Wabantu: https://goo.gl/6ZduiJ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► See More: https://goo.gl/rCXw8d
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