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Harare Tees Boss Chiweshe: Investigations Continue

A Harare magistrate has confirmed an extra curial statement made by a Harare man who allegedly killed his estranged wife’s boyfriend after finding the two in their matrimonial home last year. In the statement, Tapfumanei Allan Muwande, 45, specified that he denies the charge. He said when he entered the house, he found the Harare Tees boss, Tinashe Chiweshe, 33, ...

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Zimsec 2017 English paper II results nullified

The Ordinary level results for English Paper 2 November session have been nullified. The Primary and Secondary Education Minister Paul Mavhima has given a press statement that the long awaited results for the Ordinary level paper two have been nullified. The  Minister has went on  to say that the evidence of cheating in the previous  November session English paper two ...

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We want media reforms before elections

The United Citizens Alliance chaired by Joelson Mugari today in town. The march was to advocate for new media reforms in Zimbabwe. In an interview with the ZimOnline News reporter the Chairperson of the United Citizens Alliance (UCA) said ‘the march is to raise awareness to the Zimbabwean government about our media reforms that are not fair.’’ The Minister of ...

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Indian Businessman Robbed

A suspected robber who is believed to be part of the gang that masqueraded as soldiers and pounced on businessman Jayesh Shah in November last year before robbing him of over $90 000 has been nabbed. The gang accused Shar of planning to assassinate President Emmerson Mnangagwa and sponsoring the G40 faction in Zanu PF. Onismos Maruke, 43, was not ...

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Chihuri Gunfire Cop Trial Date Set

The trial date for the police officer who exchanged heavy gunfire with former Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri’s aides in December last year has been set. Hardlife Maukazuva is expected to appear at Harare Magistrates Court on February 28 for trial. Maukazuva, 27, initially appeared before magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwaga charged with unlawful entry, attempted murder and malicious damage to property. It ...

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Former Police Commissioner Chihuri dragged for ‘corruption’

Harare businessman Bigboy Pachirera’s wife, today lodged a complaint with Marlborough Police Station accusing former ZRP Commissioner Augustine Chihuri of robbery, theft and kidnapping. Marygold  Pachirera has accused former Police Boss Chihuri, and police officers including Joseph Nemaisa and Alexandra Jachi among other police chiefs of abusing their office. Marygold claims a Mercedes Benz and a Jeep Cherokee which were ...

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Justice Priscilla Chigumba now ZEC Chair

High Court judge Justice Priscilla Chigumba has been appointed as the new chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Justice Chigumba replaces former chairperson, Justice Rita Makarau who quit her post as the boss of the electoral body in December last year, soon after the fall of former president Robert Mugabe in the military intervention launched by ...

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Biti, Gutu draw Election battle-lines

With Save (Morgan Tsvangirai) incapacitated by colon cancer he is receiving treatment to in South Africa, the house of MDC-T and MDC-Alliance is beginning to crack with muscle-flexing and the fire of leadership divide. Only a few days ago, a faction led by the former Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe and Vice President of MDC-T Dr. Thokozane Khupe boycotted a ...

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Violent arrest at Court: Senior ZRP Officer charged

ZRP senior cop, Joseph Nemesia who is facing allegations of violently arresting CIO informer at Harare Magistrate’s Court leaving him with a broken arm last year has been summoned to court. According to the summons and court papers, Nemaisa will appear at Mbare magistrates Court on 05th February 2018 to answer to the charges. Sometime in August, last year, Detective ...

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Cop-on-Cop; Dogs are released

Two police officers reportedly unleashed dogs on their superior after they were ordered to stand down on an operation. Stanform Chinsela, 29, and Obey Navaya, 22, reportedly thought something fishy was brewing after receiving the instruction. The two were brought to court on summons and appeared before Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Dzumbira charged with disorderly conduct and the matter was rolled ...

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