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Zim-passport delays heats up

The temporary suspension of emergency passport by the Registrar General Mr Tobaiwa Mudede last week has left many foreign based Zimbabweans stuck in the country with no immigration alternative. Today the Registrar General Office started issuing out passports for three days only at $ 318 top up to a selected few. The political and economic turmoil in the country forced ...

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ZINARA former employees accused of Fraud

ZINARA former top executives have been arraigned to the courts in charge of frauds of property worth $319 925.00.  Frank Chitukutuku (former executive director) , Miriam Sibanda, Thomas Mutizhe (former finance director)  and Givemore Tendai Kufa (engineer) at ZINARA  appeared before magistrate Josephine Sande facing theft allegations. In august 2010, the accused acting in connivance hatched a plan to defraud ...

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Zodwa Harare Carnival No show: A huge disappointment to thousands

The much anticipated Harare International Carnival that has just kicked off in Zimbabwe’s capital has attracted thousands who have braved mayhem motor traffic and the summer heat to catch a glimpse of the rich multi-cultural eventful happening. the last fortnight, Zimbabwean media was buzzing about the highly controversial Zodwa waBantu who has made a name for her provoking dance moves ...

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Bond Notes: Complete collapse in confidence!

In an attempt to solve the cash crisis  in Zimbabwe a group of Zim-students at University of Pretoria held a discussion with Dr John Mangudya, the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Interestingly, Zimbabweans are diplomatically keen and determined in seeing Zimbabwe pass through this economic phase and the government need to acknowledge  the flaws in its  policies and ...

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Kenya re-Decides2017: 17 October 2017 confirmed

Nairobi- Kenya’s election commission on Monday set October 17 as the date for a new vote ordered by the Supreme Court when it canceled the results of an August poll won by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Kenyatta won the August 8 vote by 1.4 million votes. The court on Friday said the election commission had not followed proper procedures and ordered ...

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Man arrested for keeping stolen property

Rashmore Tendai Chingambera (24), from Chirodzero Business centre in Domboshava has been  arraigned before Magistrate Josephine Sunday in Rotten Row Court 6 (Crimes) for possessing property suspected to have be stolen. Chingambera was arrested on the 2nd of September after he failed to give a satisfactory explanation of his possession of the groceries found in his room to the police ...

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FRAUD: Econet Employee & Accomplices charged

Nicholas Rusenza (45) an employee at Econet Wireless based in Workington, Harare was arrested on Saturday evening together with his accomplices Malvern Mutanda (32) and Levi Idana (33). The three were arrested by the police for forging National Identity card  belonging to Luckmore Peter cloning the complainant’s mobile sim card to link it to his banks and transferred  $3 335.00 ...

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ZANU PF flexes muscle in Harare

Once again Harare was brought to a near stand-still on Wednesday as ZANU PF supporters from across the country marched through the streets of the city at a short notice call by the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association. Thousands of men and women dressed in their party regalia gathered at several points on the outskirts of Harare and the ...

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Zimbabweans in fear of a repeat of 2008 economy

The year 2008 will go down in history as the worst year for Zimbabwe ‘s economy as it climaxed the spiraling inflation rates whose magnitudes were probably unmatched anywhere else in the world . The Zimbabwe Dollar had lost its bearings and made no monetary sense as it incessantly lost value by the hour against major currencies. This culminated in ...

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SA Int’l relations Minister justifies Grace-(full) “immunity”

DURBAN – Speaker Baleka Mbete received a letter from International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane setting out the reasons for granting diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe, her office said on Thursday. The reasons given in the letter include “South Africa’s relations with our states in the region, in particular Zimbabwe, as well as the need to ensure a ...

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