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Tolrose Investments looses battle to consultant

The High Court has ordered Tolrose Investments Pvt Ltd and Swimming Pool & Underwater Repair Company to pay US$340 000 which they owed to a mining service provider since 2015. Justice Mushore ordered that the two companies pay US$340 000 being the amount due to the plaintiff Lovemore Mangezi in terms of the Service Level Agreement of July 27 2015 ...

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Mliswa blames Mutsvangwa for removed posters

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has turned to social media and aired out his grievances while accusing Presidential Advisor Chrisopher Mutsvangwa for removing his posters in Norton. Mliswa had the following written on his Tweeter handle. “Special Advisor or Special Destructors. “Just got word to Mutsvangwa and Sibiya (Mash West Prov. Member accused of stealing from Kingsdale ...

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Mukupe fires yet another shot, State may confisticate “ALL” Bank balances

LOCAL banks have to date accounted for $8,5 billion worth of deposits this year up from  2017’s  $7,6 billion  , an official has said. Addressing college students during Zimbabwe Congress of Students Unions (ZCOSU)-organised public lecture at Masvingo Polytechnic, recently, Finance and Economic Development Ministry Deputy Minister, Terence Mukupe said the financial sector had attracted more deposits despite the critics’ ...

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‘I feared for my life’- Kasukuwere

Former Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, Saviour Kasukuwere has revealed that he skipped the boarder in November last year because he feared for his life. Kasukuwere pleaded not guilty when he appeared before Harare magistrate Josephine Sande charged with contravening the Immigration Act. In his defence, Kasukuwere said on November 15 last year he was attacked ...

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Lumumba Acquitted

The State has dropped presidential insult allegations against controversial political activist, William Gerald Mutumanje who is popularly  known as Acie Lumumba. Mutumanje had been facing charges of insulting former President Robert Mugabe. Yesterday prosecutor Venencia Mutake told court that the state could not establish any evidence against him. Lumumba was acquitted on the same charges late last year only to ...

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Mahachi named brand ambassador for Quattro Service Centre

Gospel award-winning singer Tatenda Mahachi has been appointed a brand ambassador for Quattro Service Center, a motor vehicle servicing company. Speaking at a media briefing recently in Harare, Quattro Service marketing manager Tatenda Maruve, said it was their goal to be leading service company for Audi and Volkswagen in Zimbabwe. “As a servicing company it has always been our goal, ...

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Makamba removed from remand

BUSINESSMAN James Makamba who has revealed that he fled Zimbabwe in 2005 because he feared then President Robert Mugabe who suspected that he was conducting an adulterous affair with former first lady Grace has been removed from remand. Harare magistrate Hosea Mujaya has said that the State will proceed by way of summons. Makamba was facing charges of externalisation of ...

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Trial date set for Machaya

The trial date for former Midlands Provincial Affairs minister, Jaison Kokerai Machaya who is facing allegations of criminal abuse of duty as a public officer  after he fraudulently acquired 1 000 residential stands from Gokwe Town Council and later resold them has been set. The date has been set to July 19 at Harare magistrates’ court. The State alleges that ...

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MDC cleared for demonstration

Zimbabwe Republic Police has approved the proposed march by the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) scheduled for Tuesday 5th of June 2018. Tomorrow MDC supporters will march in Harare and will hand over a list of petitions for electoral reforms at MunhuMutapa Building. Some of the reforms that have been listed by MDC include auditing of Bio Metric Registration, demilitarisation ...

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Soldier steals $237 000 from CABS

A soldier has been nabbed for reportedly stealing $237 700 from CABS last year. Anorld Letlhale Pullen, 27, was not asked to plead when he appeared before Harare magistrate Victoria Mashamba charged with theft. The matter was remanded to tomorrow for bail application. The State, represented by Linda Gadzikwa alleges that during the period extending from May to September 14 ...

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