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UPDATE:Businessman who accidentally shoots himself

A kadoma based businessman James Marshall Machakaire aged 40 who accidentally shot himself on his left leg with a loaded gun while having lunch at a food court in Chinhoyi on Tuesday, is allegedly to be in a stable condition and currently admitted at Chinhoyi Hospital. The gun is said to be a registered firearm.The firearm together with the certificate ...

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Harare City temporary supply water

Harare City Council yesterday posted that it had secured chemicals to resume water production temporary since the supply will only last for a week while a permanent solution is being worked out. The progress was implemented after Harare City Council had cut water supplies the entire Harare Metropolitan area, citing the shortages of critical treatment chemicals. Government last week claimed ...

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Reverend Ndoro dismisses late pastor Dambaza’s wife infidelity

Reverend Craig Ndoro have dismissed amid reports that the late senior pastor Berry Dambaza had walked on his wife pants down with another man at the church premises. The reverend claims that Sithembeni, the late pastor’s wife was at home and not at church, nursing her mother-in-law who was suffering from a stroke and she died a few hours after ...

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Pentecostal Assemblies pastor commits suicide

A senior pastor with the Pentecoastal Assemblies of Zimbabwe Upper Room Ministries and gospel author,Pastor Berry Dambaza is allegedly to have thrown himself from the 4th floor of Julius Nyerere Parkade just after parking his car yesterday afternoon. Circumstances leading to the suicide are still unclear ,amid reports that he had financial problems,while unconfirmed reports pointed to infidelity and another ...

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Police confirms finding Dr Magombeyi

National police spokesperson Assistant Commisioner Paul Nyathi last night confirmed that Dr Peter Magombeyi aged 26 who was reported missing on Sep 14 in Budiriro had been found in Nyabira. Mugombeyi’s alleged abduction had led to marches in Harare, Bulawayo and Gweru rallying under the slogan,‘ # Bring Back Dr Peter’‘. Leaving the government with no option but to deploy ...

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Tajamuka has given 3 day ultimatum to the government

Tajamuka leader Promise Mkhwananzi has given three day ultimatum for the alleged abducted doctor dead or alive and will take action on Monday if the doctor is not back to his place of residents. “The government must know that if they don’t produce the doctor on Monday citizens are going to undertake action which are permissible in a democratic society ...

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Chombo ‘fears for his well being ‘

Harare magistrate Francis Mapfumo yesterday dismissed the former cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo’s variation of bail conditions application citing that he was a flight risk. Chombo who was represented by Lovemore Madhuku in his application requested the court to enable him to temporarily get his passport since he wanted to urgently visit South Africa for health reasons. However the court dismissed ...

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High Court invalidates 2% tax

The high Court has today deprived the legal force of the SI 2018-205 that enforced a 2% tax on electronic transactions which was introduced by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube as part of the Transitional Stabilisation supposedly to run until 2020. The 2 % tax was established in order to raise revenue for the Zimbabwean government on various development projects. Mfundo ...

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Zodwa Wabantu finds new love

South African based entertainer Zodwa Wabantu has recently shared with TshisaLIVE and on her instagram handle that she is madly in love with her new boyfriend Vusi Buthelezi. She has been dating him for the past three months. She told TshisaLIVE in an interview that she is in love with her new boyfriend who comes in barely three months after ...

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Mutare -Burma accident claims 5

Five people died while twenty five others were injured after a Mistubishi lorry which was travelling towards Mutare lost control while descending a steep slope and veered off the road at the 54 km peg along Mutare -Burma road at around 1030 hours on Sunday morning. The lorry was carrying twenty nine passengers and was allegedly ferrying them from a ...

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