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Germany investors in Zimbabwe

Germany business mission to Zimbabwe with stop-over in Johannesburg workshop started yesterday Harare. In any interview with ZimOnline news the Ambassador of Germany Dr Thorsten Hutter said that “the different businessmen from Germany have come to see in what ways there can invest to improve the economy of Zimbabwe.” “The businessmen will meet with the government officials and some businessmen ...

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Youth must be involved in the country’s development

The Research and Advocacy Unit (Rau) in conjunction with the International Developmental Research Centre (IDRC) have started a workshop in Harare today focusing on the youth. Promoting Constructive and Active engagement, Peace-building, social innovation and resilience among young people in Africa is the theme that is leading the workshop. Honourable Ambassador Rene Cremonose the ambassador of the Canadian Embassy in ...

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Businessman Summoned to Court

An Italian tycoon has been summoned to court on allegations of converting company property and money to his own use. Tony Renato Sarpo reportedly abused his office while he was still one of the directors of Matebeleland Engineering Private Limited trading as Yagden Engineering. The summons matter has been brought before Harare magistrate Nomsa Sabarauta who remanded the matter to ...

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Man Attempts Suicide After Attacking Wife

A 34-year-old Epworth man attempted to commit suicide after attacking his wife with a hammer following a domestic dispute last week. Prosper Mbango reportedly consumed rat poison intending to commit suicide after assaulting his wife with a hammer on the forehead. Mbango was arrested and appeared before Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa charged with attempted murder and malicious damage to property. ...

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Commuter omnibuses ban received with mixed feelings

The ban of commuter omnibuses into the town by the Harare City Council has been received with mixed feelings by the public. In an interview with ZimOnline news one of the commuter omnibus drivers in the town said “This is not a fair practice to our clients and also to us. It is very painful to leave old people at ...

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Rudorwashe Gombah, unpacking the worship talent

Rudorwashe Gombah affectionately known as “Rudo” is a Marondera born singer, songwriter, vocal arranger and an international worship leader. She is the third born in a family of six, born 29years ago in a devout Christian background. her father, Rev Gombah is a Minister of the Gospel. Rudo started singing from a tender age of seven in the church kinder ...

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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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Tsvangirai family saga: Details begin to emerge

The death of Morgan Richard Tsvangirai has come as a heavy blow beyond his family, it is not surprising that the spotlight would come with it fair share of drama. It had come as a puzzle to so many that the late Morgan Tsvangirai’s widow, Elizabeth Macheka Tsvangirai appear to have been taking the heaviest fall, from her brother in ...

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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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