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July Moyo fights US$414k ZETDC lawsuit

A High Court judge, justice Dube will on Thursday this week hear a matter in which Local Government minister, July Moyo is denying owing the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Transimission and Distibution Company  (ZETDC), US$414 775,79. Moyo denies the allegations saying he was miscited in the summons issued against him by ZETDC and said the figure which the power company  is ...

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US Embassy speaks on abductions

United States of America Embassy in Zimbabwe has called upon the government to investigate on the abductions that are taking place in Zimbabwe. US Embassy urged the government to bring perpetrators to account. “Since January more than 50 civic society, labor and opposition leaders have been abducted in Zimbabwe. No arrests have been made. We urge the government to take ...

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Former ZBC boss arrested

Former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation ,Chief Executive Officer Patrick Mavhura was arrested yesterday following allegations of abuse of office. Mavhura is accused of diverting payments from advertising agencies for ZBC amounting to US$340.000 to purchase his personal property in Borrowdale. Mavhura was arrested by the Anti -Corruption Unit and is held at Matapi Police Station helping with further investigations.He was dismissed ...

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Former Minister Mupfumira denied bail again

The former Enviroment, Tourism and Hospitality minister Priscah Mupfumira yesterday was denied bail after Harare Magistrate Mr Elijah Makomo ruled that the accused was a flight risk. The state mentioned that Mupfumira has two passports in her name ,one of which is an ordinary passport and the other a diplomatic one.It is mentioned that the ordinary passport has a multiple ...

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US Embassy remembers Al-Qaeda victims

United States Embassy in Zimbabwe has paid its tributes to those who lost their lives on the 11th of September 2001 were buildings were bombarded by Islamic terrorist in the United States of America. The tweet read, “We honor the memory of the nearly 3 000 men, women, &children who perished in the terrorist attack of #September 11th 2001. Passage ...

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“My child pay $10 school fees”, Man tells court

A Harare man has shocked the court after he claimed that his son pay 10rtgs school fees at his Primary school in Guruve. The matter came to light at Harare Civil Court where the man Brian Mujeresesi was dragged to court by his ex-wife Fungi Muzenda who applied for mantainance of their 10 years old boy. Mujeresesi who offered 30rtgs ...

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Buhari to evacuate Nigerians

Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari has responded to the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa. Buhari said there will be transport sent to South Africa for the deportation of Nigerians from South Africa. In a tweet Buhari said Nigerians will not retaliate and Nigeria will make sure that no South Africans will be attacked nor their property is vandalized. “Let ...

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Mupfumira fresh bail application

Ex Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Prisca Mupfumira made a fresh bail application at the Harare Magistrate courts .Harare Magistrate Mr Elijah Makomo remanded Mupfumira for ruling on her applications today. Mupfumira who is now illegible to apply for a new bail since had past the 21 day period of detention, made a new application last week in which she ...

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VP Mohadi fights ex-wife’s maintenance claim

Vice President (VP) Kembo Mohadi, has accused former wife, Tambudzani Bhudagi Muleya of playing games with the court and attempting to embarrass and harass him. Mohadi, was sued for post-divorce maintenance in the sum of US$13 394 by his former wife Muleya and the matter is set to be heard on Tuesday this week by High Court judge Justice Ester ...

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Xenophobia:Malema apologises on behalf of South Africans

South Africa Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Commander in Chief Julius Sello Malema has issued an apology on behalf of all South Africans on the xenophobic incident which has claimed lives of foreign nations. Malema said as Africans we should take care of each other as we are brothers and sisters. At a press conference Malema remorsefully acknowledged the violence caused ...

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