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Fly Africa In Loan Repayment Default

Fly Africa Zimbabwe In Loan Repayment Default

Fly Africa Zimbabwe In Loan Repayment Default FLY AFRICA ZIMBABWE has been slapped with a USD2.9 Million lawsuit following a default on its loan repayment terms with its Mauritian lender, Blossom View Holdings Limited.Blossom extended a loan facility of up to US$4 million according to a loan term sheet signed between Blossom and Fly Africa on 8 November 2019.Fly Africa ...

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MDC-A’s Godfrey Kurauone tastes ‘FREEDOM’

Today ,MDC Alliance organising secretary Godfrey Kurauone has been acquitted of all charges after spending close to two months in detention. Kurauone has been acquitted by the Masvingo Magistrates Court after spending close to two months in detention. He was arrested on The 31st of July 2020 by officers from the Law and Order Section on charges of criminal nuisance ...

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Minister Perrance Shiri Dies

The Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Water and Rural Resettlement , Air Chief Marshall (rtd) Perrance Shiri has died. Cde Vangelis Haritatos confirmed that Minister Shiri died early this morning. Shiri was hospitalised in isolation Tuesday, following the death of his driver who tested positive to Covid-19 according to Presidential spokesperson George Charamba. The President of Zimbabwe this morning has described the ...

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Four years after investigations, businessman not yet prosecuted

Businessman Tony Renato Sarpo reportedly sold a company house belonging to a Chiredzi based company, Hotham Serivices for US$68 000  five years ago before converting the money to his own use.The case is filed under C.R. number 93/01/16 and the docket was trasfarred from Harare to Chiredzi Magistrates Court where the alleged offence occurred but the matter has not yet ...

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July 31 protests organizer Ngarivhume, journalist Chin’ono arrested

Opposition leader Jacob Ngarivhume and journalist Hopewell Chin’ono were arrested on Monday following a crackdown ahead of planned anti-government protests on July 31. Ngarivhume, the leader of Transform Zimbabwe, was taken to Harare Central Police Station, his lawyer Moses Nkomo said. Nkomo said they had not been told what charges he faced. Chin’ono, one of the journalists who have been ...

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Top cop, senior prosecutor in court over corruption

Deputy director for the police CID commercial crimes unit Assistant Commissioner Obeylaw Moyo and chief public prosecutor Clement Chimbare appeared in court on allegations of abuse of office and bribery over their handling of the illegal sale of stands in Kuwadzana in a US$1 million scam.It was reported that the two and three other junior police officers were paid off ...

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MDC National Youth Organiser granted bail

MDC Alliance National Youth Organiser and Masvingo Urban Ward 4 Councillor, Godfrey Kuraone  who was arrested after buying food for hungry citizens on the day President Emmerson Mnangagwa had called for a national fast was granted RTGS $1 000 bail on Wednesday. Masvingo High Court judge Justice Wamambo granted Kurauone following an appeal by his lawyers from the Zimbabwe Lawyers ...

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Covid-19 cases now 1 064

30 people tested positive for coronavirus on 14 July 2020 and a child who was admitted at a hospital in Matabeleland South died of severe pneumonia. The total number of deaths is now 20 and 343 recoveries have been recorded to date. In a statement, the Ministry of Health and Child Care said: “Thirty (30) cases tested positive for COVID-19 ...

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Health Minister Fired

Dr Obadiah Moyo who was the minister of Health and Child care was fired last night from the post. This follows after he had been arrested on charges of corruption. The announcement of him been sucked from the Ministerial post was made yesterday. “Please be advised that his excellence the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa ...

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Report people who refuse bond notes: Police

The police have listened to the public cry on bond notes and have urged people to report all people that refuse the bond note and coins so far seven people have been arrested. The arrest was made on the bases that the bond note and coins still remain the legal tender of the country. In a statement yesterday, national police ...

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