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Deputy minister sued over botched cement deal

Deputy minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Davison Marapira has been taken to the High Court by a local company, Lyonais Investments (Pvt) Ltd which is seeking an order to compel the legislator to deliver 600 bags of PC 15 cement. According to court papers, the firm said it had an agreement of sale with Marapira sometime last year ...

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Malema visits Mugabe’s “Blue Roof”

South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has travelled to Zimbabwe to pay tribute to the Mugabe family. Malema who held a life celebration and memorial for the former late Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe arrived at R.G.M International Airport today. The memorial service was graced by the two former ministers under Mugabe regime, Patric Zhuwao and Saviour Kasukuwere ...

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ZERA pushes fuel prices up again

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has increased fuel prices again with effect from 23 September 2019. In a statement, petrol will be selling at ZWL 11.55 and diesel ZWL 12.08 In August the government increased fuel prices in relation to distance and transport costs from Harare city.However within two weeks it then decided to slightly reduce the prices. Petrol ...

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“Government is disturbed by false abductions”: ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the government is disturbed by the continuous false abductions in the country. In a speech which he presented before he left to the United States of America (USA) Mnangagwa said these fake and political abductions are meant to tarnish the image of the government. “Government is disturbed by the growing trend of politically motivated false abductions ...

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Dr. Magombeyi now admitted: Police

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) announced that Dr. Peter Gabriel Magombeyi is admitted at a local hospital for health observation. In a tweet police said Magombeyi is undergoing medical examination by his fellow medical team and government medical officers. “The ZRP advices members of the public that investigations in Dr Peter Grabriel Magombeyi’s case are in full swing. He is currently ...

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US Embassy blamed over Dr Magombeyi’s abduction

Zimbabweans have taken to social media to express their views and the theories about the abduction of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association President Dr Peter Magombeyi. Zimbabweans blamed the United States of America Embassy in Zimbabwe for staging a abduction of Dr Magombeyi. US Embassy said it was grateful for the release of Dr Magombeyi and urged the government to ...

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RBZ suspends Sakunda , Spartan, Croco Motors and Access Finance accounts

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has ordered all banks to suspend the accounts of four companies yesterday following the rise of black market exchange rates. The companies are Sakunda petroleum owned by Kudakwashe Tagwirei aka Queen B reportedly President Mnangagwa’s friend, Croco Motors holdings, Spartan and Access Finance. RBZ believes that these four companies are involved in an illegal ...

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Mutodi claims Dr Magombeyi’s abduction a hoax

Deputy Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Hon Mutodi said the abduction of Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) Dr Peter Magombeyi was a self staged abduction meant to tarnish the ruling government. Mutodi urged doctors to distance themselves from politics and suggested they concentrate on saving lives. In a tweet Mutodi said the opposition was staging abductions so as ...

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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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