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Killer Driver Fined $400

By Yeukai Karengezeka A Chitungwiza man, who was driving a car that knocked down and killed one pedestrian and injured two others, has been fined $400. Donald Sigudu was convicted on his own plea of guilty when he appeared before Chitungwiza magistrate Mr Gideon Ruvetsa last Friday. He will spend …

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Zanu PF Mike Gava dies

Former Zanu-PF youth leader, Mike Gava has died. The 38 year old politician passed at Westend Hospital in Harare this Tuesday morning. Zanu PF Mashonaland West provincial chair, Ziyambi Ziyambi announced the former Mhondoro-Ngezi legislator’s death. “It is with sadness that I announce the passing on of one of our …

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President Appoints New PSC Boss

By Abigail Mawonde President Mnangagwa has appointed Mr Vincent Hungwe as the Public Service Commissions chairperson with effect from June 1. Mr Hungwe takes over from Dr Mariyawanda Nzuwah. The announcement was made by Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda in a statement yesterday. “The Chief …

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Kasukuwere returns from exile amid demonstration

Former local government minister Saviour Kasukuwere has returned from self-imposed exile and landed at Robert Mugabe International Airport at 12 pm today amid a demonstration by Zanu PF youths led by Harare province youth chairperson Godwin Gomwe who accused him of corruption among many other issues. According to sources Kasukuwere …

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City in CBD Parking Headache

By Ishemunyoro Chingwere Central Business District (CBD) property owners are giving city of Harare’s vehicle parking arm, City Parking, a headache with their penchant for on-street parking as opposed to the option of parkades. This does not dovetail with the authority’s efforts to decongest the city. The city is struggling …

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MDC-T Demands Voter Registration Slips

By Farirai Machivenyika MDC-T is demanding that voters taking part in its ongoing primary elections produce voter registration slips issued by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. Ironically, the opposition party had raised concern against asking people to produce voter registration slips saying it was a way of intimidating voters. ZEC issues …

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Zim Renews Commonwealth Interest

By Tendai Mugabe Government has written a letter to Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland expressing its interest in principle to rejoin the Commonwealth and that it will do so at the appropriate time. Foreign Affairs Secretary Ambassador Joey Bimha yesterday confirmed the letter by President Mnangagwa to Secretary Scotland. Zimbabwe withdrew …

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Zanu-PF Is the Only Game in Town

President Mnangagwa was in Manicaland Province at the weekend. The tour marked the beginning of a nightmare for the opposition, especially the faction led by one Nelson Chamisa. Since February, he has been running alone, stumbling along the way, from Murehwa to London. Just when he was getting exhausted, President …

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