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MDC-T Vice President Obert Gutu Resigns

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Controversial MDC-T politician Obert Gutu has resigned from the party where he was the vice president.

Writing on Twitter, he said that he is doing it for personal and private reasons.

“For purely personal and private reasons, I’m resigning from the MDC-T with immediate effect. Kindly be advised accordingly”. He wrote on his Twitter account.

The MDC-T is led by Thokozani Khupe.

Gutu got exceedingly mired in political controversy when he started to publicly support POLAD which the other MDC led by Nelson Chamisa had shunned.

A former Deputy Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs in the Zimbabwe government, Gutu is a lawyer by profession.

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Attention ZEP Holders

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Attention ZEP Holders:

  • As per the latest decision by cabinet all ZEP holders have now been granted a 12-month grace period meaning that all ZEP permits will only expire on 31 December 2022.
  • During the 12-month grace period holders of ZEP permits should apply for the mainstream visas which they qualify for and need to ensure that their applications comply with the provisions and requirements of the immigration act and regulations. There is no need to apply for a waiver as change of condition is permitted during the 12-month grace period given.
  • At the expiry of the 12-month grace period, those who are not successful will have to leave South Africa or be deported.
  • All updated information will be published as received.
  • To apply for a mainstream visa please CLICK HERE

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Greyhound Bus Company Shuts Operations After 37 Years of Service

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Brian Kazungu, 03/02/2021

The economic environment is looking bleak especially for many businesses because of the Covid-19 induced difficult operating environment.

The latest notable casualty is South Africa’s luxury bus company Greyhound which announced that it will be shutting down its operations and that for Citiliner after having operated in South Africa for 37 years.

In its announcement, Greyhound did not give the reasons for its complete shutdown but it highlighted that people who were scheduled to travel after the 14th of February will have to get refunded.

Many business across the world have been negatively affected by the lockdowns which are meant to contain the spread of the Corona virus.

Recently, Ster-Kinekor Theatres in South Africa were forced to take the voluntary business rescue option because of the Covid-19 pandemic in order to rehabilitate the once profitable business whose cash generation has been negatively affected by lockdown measures meant to contain the spread of the virus.

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Breaking News: Gmail, the global email giant is temporarily down

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Breaking News: Gmail, the global email giant is temporarily down

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