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Disorganised man dragged to court for maintenance

A Harare woman has dragged her estranged husband to Harare Civil Court after a dispute of not paying for their child’s maintenance. Panotoya Tenjiwe claimed that she wanted $100 for the upkeep of their child and for the one she wanted maintenance for herself since she is also pregnant with their other child. Godknows Chipengo disputed with the claims made ...

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Steward Bank apologetic for letting down its customers

Steward Bank is sincerely apologising to its customers for the inconveniences ,they are going to upgrade their system from 17th to 20th April. Steward bank posted on its twitter handle that they are going to enhance their system and is sincerely regretful for the disruption they were causing to their customers. “We wish you to advise our customers and the ...

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Chigumba in scandal

A photo of Priscila Chigumba, Chairperson of Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) with a bulging stomach went viral on social media last week. In a picture, Chigumba was receiving a document like a certificate from a white man who is a member of EISA. The rumours of her pregnancy started sometime last year but she shut down the news, now she ...

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National Arts Industry Snubs Winky D

The National Arts Industry have refused to embrace dancehall music star Wallace Chirumiko popularly known as Winky D by not awarding him this season. Winky D who won African Entertainment Awards (AEA) and African Music Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA 2018), did not manage to scoop any award in the Star FM Awards and the NAMA awards. The 36 year old singer ...

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Ireland Anglican increases Cyclone Idai emergency funding.

The Church of Ireland Anglican Bishops’ Appeal has increased its emergency funding for Cyclone Idai Survivors in countries like Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi from 10,000 to 20,000 Euro notes. In a statement, Christian Aid’s Malawi country manager Pansi Katenga said even though the rains have stopped survivors still need help to stay alive. “Although the rains have stopped for now, ...

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Tiger Woods Bounces Back

Greatest golfer Tiger Woods appreciates his family and fans for supporting him during the United States America Master Tournament 2019 after being out the game for the past 11years. Tiger Woods posted on his twitter handle that he was grateful that his family and fans were supportive of him and he will never forget their endorsement. “I can’t thank my ...

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NAMA 2019

It was glitz and glamour at the 18th edition of the National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) in Harare on Saturday where journalists, artists and film makers were honoured for their outstanding productions and performances. The National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) 2019 were launched by the National Arts Council.  At this year’s edition, NAMA also celebrated Dr Oliver Mtukudzi and all ...

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Potraz safeguard school kids from cyber bullying

Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe(POTRAZ) has urged parents to be aware of their children’s motives on internet during this holiday. On its twitter handle POTRAZ said parents should be aware of their children’s intentions on internet so as to avoid deceitful cyber bullying these holidays. The school holiday has started and our children will spend so much time ...

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Ex-wife demands full salary for maintenance

A tailor Pretty Mapfumo wants her ex-husband to give her his full salary for maintenance and rentals. Speaking at the Harare Civil Court today Mapfumo said she wants nine hundred dollars from Donel Madzimo for buying school uniforms for three children, paying school fees and rent because she wants to relocate from where she is staying at the moment. She ...

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Freelance Journalist dragged to court

A Harare woman has hauled her freelance ex-husband to Harare Civil Court for not up keeping his duty of paying maintenance for their 3 children. Yvonne Murungweni claims her ex-husband Joseph Andres is not meeting his children necessities and she demanded $200 for the children’s upkeep. Joseph Andres denied the allegations saying he was involved in his children’s lives and ...

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