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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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Woman seeks $300k compensation over January fuel protest assault

A Chinhoyi woman has petitioned the High court seeking $300 000 compensation for the assault that was perpetrated on her by four members of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) in January this year. The assault victim, Jestina Jonga, recently issued summons against Defence, Security and War Veterans minister, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, together with Home Affairs minister, Cain Mathema and Commissioner General ...

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Mutodi claims Gonyeti abduction was staged

Deputy Minister of Information, Publishing and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi has said comedian Samantha Kureya well known as ‘Gonyeti’ had a bogus abduction which was good to be true because of her other skits. Mutodi said Gonyeti had made a video degrading police before. Posting on his twitter handle Mutodi blasted Gonyeti for making a joke out of her abduction. ...

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MDC youth condemns Gonyeti’s abduction

Youth Secretary for MDC-A Zachariah Mushwatu has condemned the abduction and torture of comedian and socialite Samantha Kureya well known as Gonyeti. MDC-A youth urged the government to abduct and fix the economy than abducting defenseless civilians. In a press statement the MDC-A youth has criticized the Mnangagwa regime for increasing the numbers of abduction civic activist and human rights ...

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Journalist seeks $500k compensation following unlawful detention

Former Sunday Mail editor, Edmund Kudzai has approached the High Court seeking a $500 000 compensation following his arrest and detention by the Zimbabwe Republic Police on allegations of unlawfully possessing an umbrella which resembled camouflaged military uniform in February this year. According to court papers, Kudzai cited Home Affairs Minister, Cain Matema, Minister of Defence and War Veterans, Oppah ...

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Biti takes First Mutual to court over retirement package.

MDC-A vice president, Tendai Biti, has dragged insurance company, First Mutual Holdings Limited to court demanding a total retirement assured sum amounting to ZW$15 000 000. The insurance company had said it would only pay him less than what was agreed upon attaining his retirement age of 60. First Mutual Holdings is yet to enter appearance to defend notice. According ...

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