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Independance Day Suicide: Ex-SPB Chairman Kuwaza falls

Charles Kuwaza, a former deputy Chair of the RBZ board and fired Chairman of the State Procurement Board has died. Kuwaza who was facing criminal charges in the zimbabwean courts leaped to his death from his office at 9th Floor Club Chambers in Harare CBD. He was accompanied by his wife and some family members who are believed to have ...

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ZRP officer commits suicide on duty

*** WARNING: IMAGE IN STORY MAY NOT SUITABLE FOR VIEWERS OF NERVOUS DISPOSITION*** A ZRP officer based at Harare’s Matapi Police Station in Mbare yesterday evening has shocked the entire camp and public when he blew his head with a single gunshot. Only identified as Constable Nyoni, with shoulder badge number 070700X reported for duty as usual. He proceeded to ...

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CRY MY BELOVED COUNTRY 

​I was shocked as I read with utter disgust an account of how the law enforcement officers in Zimbabwe are turning into the criminals they’re supposed to be locking up, now they’re just assisting them to rob tourists and nationals of their hard earned cash in a nation where unemployment rate has skyrocketed and no money in circulation.  This is ...

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Chitungwiza mum beats son to death

The community in Zengeza, Chitungwiza early on Thursday was left distressed and puzzled when a mother snapped and beat her son to death for what she alleged as chronic misdemeanor and pilfering habit. The boy, named locally as Blessing Kapuya (pictured above) was a Grade 4 at Zengeza7 Primary School and residing in Mbakumba Road Zengeza 1 was beaten amidst ...

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Acie Lumumba to surrender himself to the police

Former ZANU PF and Chairman of the incubant party Viva Zimbabwe, Acie Lumumba will this afternoon be presenting himself for arrest at Harare Central Police station at 1:45pm. Statement from the party’s Information Department states that Lumumba will address the media prior to the arrest. Lumumba is expected to be arrested and charged for the statement he made last Thursday when ...

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Fighting Corruption must be a combined effort

Story by Mukachana Hanyani Zimbabweans have been made to believe that the scourge of sanctions imposed in the country by the western countries more than a decade ago were behind the demise of the Zimbabwean economy yet corruption was silently abetting them. Corruption which was hitherto not talked about with only bigwigs in government talking about sanctions as behind causing ...

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Sir Wicknell lands himself under Tax & Fraud investigation radar

Flambuoyant hefty Harare dealer Wicknell Chivayo, who once revealed his affection for Bona Mugabe, president Robert Mugabe’s daughter on Facebook, has come under investigation for tax and tender fraud. Chivayo, whose personality is way larger than his physical build and unofficially ranked among Zimbabwe’s top wealthy on a list alongside Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa and Strive Masiiwa to mention a couple ...

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Kereke Prosecution – The heat just got turned UP!

Just hours ago, the Public Prosecutor General Mr Johannes Tomana who in the past had stood aground against paving way for the prosecution of Dr Jane Mutasa, Dr Munyaradzi Kereke and Vivek Solanki on various fraud and miscellaneous cases has just issued certificated allowing the prosecutions. The trio who in the past shown cushy comfort and protection from the power ...

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Growing concern for a Zimbabwean mother and daughter missing in Coventry, UK

A mother and her young daughter missing for nearly 24 hours were last seen having McDonald’s. Tsungirirayi Taderera was last seen with five-year-old Mufaro at 9.45pm on Sunday. The 33-year-old was spotted at a McDonald’s in Gallagher Retail Park with her daughter but they failed to return to their home just half-a-mile away in Coventry, West Midlands. A mother and her daughter, ...

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Bold Indonesia risks diplomatic relations: Executes 8 drugs convicts

The Indonesian government has executed by firing squad eight people for drug offences, including two Australians, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumuran, who were the subject of a years-long campaign for clemency. The development marks the end of years of campaigning to spare the men, who were sentenced to death in 2006 for their part in the Bali Nine heroin-smuggling ring. ...

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