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Justice Priscilla Chigumba now ZEC Chair

High Court judge Justice Priscilla Chigumba has been appointed as the new chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Justice Chigumba replaces former chairperson, Justice Rita Makarau who quit her post as the boss of the electoral body in December last year, soon after the fall of former president Robert Mugabe in the military intervention launched by ...

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Biti, Gutu draw Election battle-lines

With Save (Morgan Tsvangirai) incapacitated by colon cancer he is receiving treatment to in South Africa, the house of MDC-T and MDC-Alliance is beginning to crack with muscle-flexing and the fire of leadership divide. Only a few days ago, a faction led by the former Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe and Vice President of MDC-T Dr. Thokozane Khupe boycotted a ...

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Violent arrest at Court: Senior ZRP Officer charged

ZRP senior cop, Joseph Nemesia who is facing allegations of violently arresting CIO informer at Harare Magistrate’s Court leaving him with a broken arm last year has been summoned to court. According to the summons and court papers, Nemaisa will appear at Mbare magistrates Court on 05th February 2018 to answer to the charges. Sometime in August, last year, Detective ...

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Cop-on-Cop; Dogs are released

Two police officers reportedly unleashed dogs on their superior after they were ordered to stand down on an operation. Stanform Chinsela, 29, and Obey Navaya, 22, reportedly thought something fishy was brewing after receiving the instruction. The two were brought to court on summons and appeared before Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Dzumbira charged with disorderly conduct and the matter was rolled ...

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City of Harare ad draws public fury, as residents stomach raw sewage

While President ED Mnangagwa frantically engages with the international community, kudos a successful Devos Switzerland expose, back at home the capital is under siege of town managers who are taking residents and visitors like domesticated rodents. Just as the water scandal is cooling off, an advert by the City of Harare lobbying residents to pay up their bills has drawn ...

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Epworth woman reined for killing “small-house”

A 32-year-old Epworth woman appeared in court for allegedly attacking her husband’s girlfriend with a metal object leading to her death on New Year’s Eve. Ruramai Murenge reportedly walked into her bedroom when she found her husband, Simon Nyaungwe in bed, naked with the late Hilda Maradza. It was reported that a scuffle arose between the two women leading to ...

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Gun stealing cop trial begins

The trial of Alois Mabika(46), a police officer who reportedly stole 10 riffles with rounds of ammunition from the National Armoury at Morris Deport and sold them to poachers in Gokwe has kicked off. State witness, Obiat Shumba of Gokwe revealed that sometime in 2010 he approached his brother Onias and indicated that he wanted to buy a gun. He ...

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PRESIDENT EMMERSON D. MNANGAGWA LIVE AT DAVOS WEF

Zimbabwe’s new President, His Excellency Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa gives a presentation live at Davos World Economic Forum. Watch Below……..

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Matthew Rusike orphanage duo in court for child sex abuse

A CHAPLAIN and a teacher at Mathew Rusike Children’s Home in Epworth who are facing allegations of sexual abuse on separate occasions have appeared in court. Clive Chikomo(50), (Chaplin) will be summoned to court on allegations of raping a minor before giving her jigsaw puzzles to buy her silence. The State alleges that sometime in December last year, Clive Chikomo, ...

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Hugh Masekela dies……

Legendary musician Bra Hugh Masekela has died, TshisLIVE can on Tuesday confirm. Masekela, affectionately known as Bra Hugh, made controversy with his song, “Change” where he openly challenged long serving African Presidents for staying in power longer than necessary. Bra Hugh’s family sent a statement confirming the news to the media. “After a protracted and courageous battle with prostate cancer, ...

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