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Chiyangwa demands $1 million for defamation

Zanu PF Central Committee member, Phillip Chiyangwa, is claiming $1 000 000 from the party’s women’s league provincial chairperson, Ratidzo Mukarati over her alleged defamatory statements which he claims were uttered at the recently held women’s national meeting. Chiyangwa who is also Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president, filed summons against Mukarati on Wednesday this week through his lawyers, Mutamangira and ...

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Zimbabwe targets 16000 Indian tourists by 2021

The Chief Executive of Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Dr Karikoga Kaseke has revealed that Zimbabwe is targeting at least 1600 Indian tourist by 2021. He said this today as the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has appointed VFS Global (world’s largest technology specialist for government and diplomatic missions)  to promote Zimbabwe as a preferred tourism destination in both India and Gulf Cooperation Council ...

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MDC-T dragged to court over $10k debt

A Toyota Hilux vehicle, was put on sale by a local businessman in a bid to recover his $10 000 owed by the Nelson Chamisa led MDC-T political party. The owner of the car, Ishline Investments (Pvt) Ltd has taken MDC-T to the High Court. The summons was issued through Merssrs Manyurureni and Companywho are the plaintiff’s lawyers on May ...

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Children under 5 years not to pay hospital bills: Parirenyatwa

The Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa said that children under the age of 5 do not pay hospital charges today at the (United State Agency for International Development)USAID Mhuri Imuli program launch in Msasa. He urged all mothers to breast feed for a minimum of six months so as to reduce the babies risk to diseases. ...

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Kasukuwere Acquitted

Former Local Government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere who was facing allegation of contravening the Immigration Act has been acquitted. In her ruling Harare magistrate Josephine Sande said the State should have proved that the accused person had exited Zimbabwe at any point other than the point of exit. “It is common cause that there was an attack at the accused person’s ...

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Mapanga murder case: wife languishes at Remand Prison

A United Kingdom based woman who reportedly shot Harare businessman, MacCloud Zvavaviri Mapanga last month after a domestic dispute has appeared at Harare magistrate court for routine remand. Prosecuting, Linda Gadzikwa applied that the matter be remanded to June 26 pending indictment from the High Court. Makaza who was denied bail at the High Court appeared before Harare magistrate Victoria ...

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Inspection in loco at Kasukuwere mansion

An inspection in loco has been held at former Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing, Saviour Kasukuwere’s house as he was explaining how he was attacked on November 15 last year. This followed the dismissal of an application made by his lawyer Jonathan Samukange of Venturas and Samukange Legal Practitioners for a discharge at the end of ...

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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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‘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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