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The Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) is the air force of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. It was known as the Rhodesian Air Force until 1980. The Air Force of Zimbabwe saw service in the Mozambican Civil War in 1985 and the Second Congo War of 1998–2001. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
VIP Flight of Zimbabwe Z-WPF / Boeing 767-2N0/ER / Air Zimbabwe (AZW / UM) 2016-03-27 15:49-16:01 JST Landing at Runway 34L (Runway-A) of Haneda Taxiing for Spot V-1 of Haneda Spot-in to Spot V-1 of Haneda Flight# AZW001 (UM001) : SIN/WSSS/Singapore -- HND/RJTT/Haneda HRE/FVHA/Harare -- SIN/WSSS/Singapore
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The story of Kenya's liquid drugs and their impact on street children In the second episode of Toxicity we take you among Nairobi's street kids, turned into zombies by lethal sniffing drugs such as glue and jet fuel, which they inhale hundreds of times every day. These drugs mess with their brain functions and transform them into junkies incapable of controlling their mind and body. Report by Pablo Trincia http://youmedia.fanpage.it/video/aa/Vy38WeSwUuETTVun
Air Zimbabwe Boeing 737-200 Trip Report! This video will feature the amazing takeoff at Victoria Falls Airport, the stop-over at Bulawayo, the stunning service, cabin views and the breathtaking landing at Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport. Definitely love this classy Boeing! What a rare bird nowadays! Airline: Air Zimbabwe Plane: Boeing 737-2N0/Adv First Flight Date: 11th June 1987 Reg: Z-WPB Flight Number : UM303 Date: 3rd February 2016 Flight duration: 2h30min Seat: Row 17, Seat 17F Airports: 1.Victoria Falls Airport, VFA, Zimbabwe 2. Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport (BUQ), Zimbabwe 3. Johannesburg (JNB)
On Saturday, Women pilots on Zimbabwe's national carrier achieved a first. An All female deck on the Boeing 737. The news has highlighted the tremendous achievements in a country where less than ten percent of girls take science subjects. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
Boeing 737-2N0/Adv / Z-WPB Air Zimbabwe / UM327 Departure: Victoria Falls International Airport (VFA), Zimbabwe (Rwy 12) Arrival: Bulawayo Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport (BUQ), Zimbabwe (Rwy 13) Date: 2nd August 2014 / Seat: Cockpit ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cockpit view of Air Zimbabwe's Z-WPB while operating its daily Harare-Victoria Falls rotation with an interim stop in Bulawayo. A big thanks to the very friendly Air Zimbabwe crew for permission to joining the flight deck. Also check out the departure video from Victoria Falls which should be linked to the right.
1. Various Mugabe's plane taxiing 2. Security guards leaving plane 3. Mugabe leaving plane and being greeted by officials 4. Mugabe getting into car 5. Convoy leaving airport STORYLINE: Hours after the Commonwealth extended Zimbabwe's suspension, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe arrived in Switzerland for a United Nations technology summit. Mugabe declined to speak to reporters when he arrived in Geneva on Tuesday. He was granted a visa to attend the summit, despite having been banned from visiting the country in 2002. Zimbabwe's main state newspaper has urged Mugabe to sever diplomatic ties with Britain and Australia after the troubled southern African country pulled out of the Commonwealth. The Herald, a government mouthpiece, blamed the "white Commonwealth" f...