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Businessman in community service storm

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) is set to give a report after highlighting that it is investigating if Harare businessman Tony Renato Sarpo  indeed performed  210 hours community service given as an alternative to jail term for vehicle theft at Morris Deport in December last year. ZACC Chairperson, Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo confirmed receiving a complaint in February this year after ...

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Dismiss Sarpo’s court application- PG

The Prosecutor General of Zimbabwe, Kumbirai Hodzi, has petitioned the High Court seeking an order to dismiss businessman, Tony Renato Sarpo’s review application accusing the latter of ‘trying to frustrate the due administration of justice’. In an affidavit which was deposed on behalf of Hodzi by Edmore Makoto, the Prosecutor General argues that Sarpo is not desirous to prosecute his ...

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Zimbabwe under lockdown

Today marks the first day of Zimbabwe’s 21 day lockdown as the government tries to stop the spread of coronavirus. The President of Zimbabwe, ED Mnangagwa announced the lockdown on Friday and also tweeted the following as additional measures to be taken during the outbreak: New government measures to fight Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/sM4qp5yDF3— President of Zimbabwe (@edmnangagwa) March 24, 2020 On ...

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STILL NO ACCOMMODATION FOR CAPETOWN REFUGEES

South Africa is under a lockdown in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus. However, the refugees who have been staying on the streets of Capetown and at the Methodist Church are at a very high risk of contracting and spreading the virus as they are still homeless. Their number which is reportedly 700, super-exceeds the allowed maximum ...

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British Prime Minister tests positive for coronavirus

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is in self isolation after he tested postive for the coronavirus earlier today. In his tweet, the Prime Minister says that he will continue leading the governement’s response via video conference in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. He is urging anyone who is able to stay at home to do ...

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South Africa records first covid-19-related deaths

South Africa has recorded its first corona-related deaths this morning, the first day of the 21 day lockdown. The two deaths are both in the Western Cape province. The Minister of Health, Zweli Mkhize said, “We will give more details later on, when we announce the latest confirmed COVID-19 cases, which have increased from yesterday’s number and have tipped the ...

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Croco playboy son Wayne Chingwena in child paternity storm

Tonderai Wayne Chingwena, son of wealthy co-owner of Croco Holdings is on the high trend in a case of partenity dispute with Tsitsi Symone Phiri, a local Harare model who also uses Symone Jonasi as alias. The later staunchly claimed Wayne is the biological father to the two year old Sage-Syre LA Phiri and dramatically been demanding Chingwena take responsibility ...

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Makamba death exposes Zim COVID-19 ‘unpreparedness’

Zimbabwe’s first Corona virus COVID-19 fatality, the 30yr old young journalist Zororo, son of of former Zanu-PF parliamentarian and businessman James Makamba has pictured a stark horror of how the country is ill-prepared for the pandemic that is shocking the entire world. Zororo who had underlying medical condition from previous operation(s) succumbed to the deadly ailment on Monday 23rd March ...

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Matanga taken to court over residential stands

Twenty-three police officers have petitioned the High Court seeking an order to compel the Commissioner-General of Police, Godwin Matanga, to allocate then residential stands with built houses after paying the required deposits in terms of an agreement between the two parties. According to court papers, Nicholas Charumangwe and twenty-two other police officers accuses the Commissioner-General of Police of failing or ...

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Musarara sues Matutu, Tsenengamu for defamation

GRAIN Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) chairperson, Tafadzwa Musarara has petitioned the High Court seeking an order to compel suspended Zanu PF youth bosses, Lewis Matutu and Godfrey Tsenengamu to pay $10 million being defamation damages after calling him a corrupt businessman at a press conference held in Harare last week.According to court papers, Musarara said Matutu and Tsenengamu jointly ...

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