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Parirenyatwa :Poor health delivery post excellence awards.

Parirenyatwa Group of hospitals last Friday hosted their Customer Care Championship Awards program and a total number of 113 members of staff ,among them clinical and non clinical staff at the hospital were honoured. Barely 48 hours after the awards on Sunday a report was made of a pregnant woman who died while giving birth at the hospital ,Mbuya Maternity ...

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Mlindo fears for life over xenophobic attacks

South African singer Lindokuhle Magedezi well known as Mlindo the vocalist said he fears for his life to attend a concert in Zimbabwe after South Africa has been hit by xenophobic attacks on foreigners. The Ama Blesser hit maker said South Africans are attacking foreigners and he is not sure if Zimbabweans would not do the same to him and ...

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POTRAZ drags ZIFA to court over US$1m debt

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has petitioned the High Court seeking an order to compel the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) to settle a US$1m debt which was granted to the latter in 2017 to meet the national soccer team’s costs in the Africa Cup of nations campaign in Gabon. According to court papers, Potraz has applied ...

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Mugabe’s Alpha Omega (Pvt) Ltd in court over impounded truck

Former president Robert Mugabe’s family business, Alpha Omega (Pvt) Ltd has been dragged to the High Court by a South Africa based Company on allegations of unlawfully impounding a truck which had delivered machinery at its Mazowe farm in 2014. According to court papers, Sun Marine Shipping (Pvt) Ltd said it delivered some dairy machinery at Mugabe’s Mazowe farm five ...

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‘ED Pfee’ artist charged for rape

Admire Sanyanga also known as Chief Shumba ,popularly known for his ‘ED Pfee’ song was yesterday arraigned to the courts on allegations of raping an 18 year old maid. Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa remanded him in custody custody to September 10 and was advised to apply bail at the high court. It is alleged that on July 30 this year ...

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MDC Youth warns Mahiya

MDC Youth Assembly Spokesperson Stephen Chuma has forewarned War Veterans National Spokesperson Douglas Mahiya to stop provoking civilians by claiming that he would go to any extend to safeguard the country against imperialism. Chuma in defiance claimed the civilians will not hesitate to protest against the ED regime. “As an Assembly is equally important to warn Douglas Mahiya and cabal ...

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Bushiri case postponed

Controversial founder of Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG), Prophet Shepherd and wife Mary Bushiri case at Special Crimes Court has been postponed to the 29th of November after they have been charged of tax evasions and money laundering. Posting on his social media handles Bushiri informed his followers that the case had been postponed to the 29th of November. He appreciated ...

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“He is paid in US$ but he gives me RTGS”: Woman cries to court

A Harare woman has approached the court seeking an upward variation of maintenance for one minor child, citing her ex-husband is giving her RTGS while he is receiving his salary in United States dollar. Nyaradzai Mango said she wants 3000 RTGS from Maxwel Chamvari citing the cost of living has changed and the school fees of their child have gone ...

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January 2019 protest: victims’ wife demands $900k compensation

A Marondera woman, has petitioned the High Court demanding ZWL$901 000 compensation after her husband was shot and killed by members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) during the January 2019 demonstration that had been organised by the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) in protest over the sharp increases of basic commodities,.   In her declaration Guwa said she ...

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Ex-State House boss denied bail

Former Director of State Residences, Douglas Tapfuma who was recently arrested on allegations of using the influence of his office to import over 100 cars, duty free, under the pretext that they belonged to the Office of the President and Cabinet was last Friday denied bail by the High Court. Justice Philda Muzofa said Tapfuma’s chances of being convicted and ...

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