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Zimbabwean gang up for £1Million fraud in UK

A Zimbabwean(s) masterminded gang in Bilston, UK plotted to run a scam of nearly £1million using fraudulantly completed and submited maternity allowance applications, a UK jury heard. It made at least 165 fake applications for the benefit pay out in four years, Wolverhampton Crown Court was told. Around £450,000 was paid into the bank accounts controlled or used by 15 ...

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Grace Doctorate: UZ Vice Chancellor Nyagura arrested

Unconfirmed reports claim the Vice Chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe, Levi Martin Nyagura have been nabbed around lunch today, Friday 16th February 2018. Nyagura, of 17 Maidenhead Lane, Borrowdale is being charged under C/S 174(i)(a) Code for Criminal Abuse of Office authority. A police report completed by one Detective Machinya, ZRP Force Number 0539279 representing the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission ...

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Police Officers Nabbed

Two police officers have been nabbed for allegedly demanding for a bribe from a suspected thief. Tonderal Mumanikidwa, 41 and Atwell Ngara, 45 were not asked to plead when they appeared before Harare magistrate Victoria Mashamba charged with  criminal abuse as police officers. They were granted US$200 bail each and the matter was remanded to March 6 as investigations continue. ...

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MSF says goodbye to Zimbabwe

The Permanent  Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Brigadier General Dr. Gerald Gwinji  has commemorated  the developments that have been done by Medecins Sans Frontiers(MSF) in connection with mental health  in Zimbabwe. In an Interview with ZimOnline News, Dr Gwinji said: “The country has managed to train more than 30 nurses with the basics of mental health ...

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Magistrate Dismisses Top Cop’s Application

  A Mbare magistrate has dismissed an application to have access to the police running diary made by a ZRP senior cop, Joseph Nemasia. After pleading not guilty to assault charges Nemaisa raised some issues highlighting  that he was not furnished with a full docket and requested a police running diary so that he could prepare his defense outline. He ...

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T B Joshua in Zimbabwe

Nigerian based prophet T B Joshua has arrived in Zimbabwe this morning. The prophet who has been received at the Rainbow Towers today around 9 am on a private visit. T B Joshua is scheduled to meet with the president of Zimbabwe Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangangwa during his visit. One of the local based prophets, Walter Magaya clearly indicated that this ...

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Chamisa elected acting president for MDC

Nelson Chamisa today has been elected by the executive and national council of the Movement for Democratic Change to be the Acting President for the next twelve months. Following the passing on of the president and founder of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC T) Morgan Tsvangirai last night, the question remained unanswered on who was going to take over ...

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South Africa President Jacob Zuma resigns

President Jacob Zuma resigned as leader of South Africa on Wednesday evening during a televised address to the nation. “I resign as president of the republic with immediate effect,” he said, “even though I disagree with the decision of the leadership of my organisation … I have always been a disciplined member of the organisation.” He added: “As I leave, ...

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MDC Founder & leader Morgan Tsvangirai dies

Zimbabwe’s former Prime Minister, former Trade Unionist Morgan Richard Tsvangirai has died. Tsvangirai who has not been well for quite some time now has died in a South African hospital where he was receiving treatment for colon cancer which the family recently said had spread. Announcing via his twitter, the acting President of MDC Engineer Elias Mudzuri Tsvangirai has led ...

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Anti-exam movement pays off

There was an anti-exam mob today at the Ministry of primary and secondary education in Harare today. The mob was protesting against the decision for students to rewrite the English paper 2 that had been scheduled for the 16th of February. One of the protestors whose details will not be disclosed said “the ministry should have given time for students ...

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