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Chiwenga ‘acting’ President as Lacoste flies out

Vice president General Constantino Chiwenga (Rtd) has taken over the country’s Presidency, while President Emmerson Mnangagwa leaves for Windhoek, Namibia on a diplomatic tour. The state media said Mnangagwa flew to Namibia on Monday, to brief his counterpart President Hage Geingob on his recent assumption of office as the President of the country. Mnangagwa is on the 3rd leg of ...

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Zimbabwe 2018 legal year opens

The 2018 legal year opens today, with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) holding ceremonies in Harare, Bulawayo and Masvingo. Chief Justice Luke Malaba will officially open the main gathering at Mashonganyika Building, which houses the Supreme and Constitutional Courts in Harare. He will preside over the legal year opening ceremony for the first time since his appointment to the esteemed ...

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Fake O-Level certificate lands woman in the dock

An insurance agent who allegedly forged an Ordinary Level Certificate before presenting it to her employer in 2006 has appeared in court. Abigail Mhizha, 45, allegedly secured employment and worked for First Mutual Life Assurance Company for 11 years. Mhizha pleaded not guilty when she appeared before Harare magistrate Tilda Mazhande answering to charges on presenting a forged certificate to ...

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ED outwitts Bob, refuses to fall in trap

Ousted Vice President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa who the embattled President Robert Mugabe was desperately hoping to return home and enter dialogue to save his skin has outwitted him, refusing to return owing to uncertain personal security. Read the full Press Release here:  ED MUNANGAGWE PRESS STATEMENT 21 NOV Mugabe who through the years has been notoriously rumoured to ruthlessly eliminate ...

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Social outrage as Zim revellers video friend drowning.

A video has emerged on the social media of a group of Zimbabweans drinking by a water resort at Msunduzi dam along Duzi river in Pietermaritsburg in South Africa. Callisto Mlambo had gone for a braai with his friends and in drunken state, attempted to swim before drowning. WARNING!! video consist of a part where a man drowns!! In the ...

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Exiled Mnangagwa son escapes ‘accident’.

Just hours after learning the fired former Vice President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa popularly known as “Ngwena” had in fact eluded the police and state security agencies appearing at an airport in China, his son, Lameck Mnanganwa was this morning involved in a headon road collision in Kadoma. Social media immediately picked the story, with many raising eyebrows to the convenient ...

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Will street vendors back down?

‘Operation Murambatsvina’ campaign that started last week in the city of Harare has barely improved sanitation in streets and pavements but the question still remains, Will this campaign last with thousands of people unemployed and cash shortages in the country? Last week President Robert Mugabe demanded all illegal settlements be demolished, all vendors be removed from the CBD  and all ...

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Unilever promotes hygiene in schools

Unilever Zimbabwe was saluted by Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Paul Mavima for its continued social corporate responsibility after it donated a borehole and refurbished toilets at Chizungu Primary School in Epworth last week. Speaking at the Global Hand-washing Day ceremony held at Chizungu Primary School in Harare, Honorable Paul Mavima commended the effort being made by Unilever ...

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Mugabe’s cabinet reshuffle:Complete disaster

President Mugabe’s undisputed authority in re-assigning government ministers yesterday has clearly shown that  he has rejected democratic values  like reason, progress, tolerance, democratic argument and the drive for social development which are the cornerstone of Zimbabwe. The reshuffle cannot be questioned or declined but given the breadth of “incompetency and corruption” among his  ministers, one wonders if this is a ...

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Pangolin poachers arrested

Four people from Mashonaland province have been arrested for possessing a live pangolin without any licence or permit. Tafadzwa Murengwa (24), Maxwell Landirani (41), Leon Tsiga (26) and Kudakwashe Nyoni (28) were arrested on the 20th of August when they were trying to sell the sacred species at Chisipite business centre in Harare. Constable Mapedzamombe and Detective Mapira from Minerals ...

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