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Warrant of Arrest for Killer Driver

A Harare soldier, who was involved in a car accident that killed one of his passengers, was issued with a warrant of arrest by a Chitungwiza court on Wednesday after he failed to turn up for trial. Emson Kujinga (51), who is being charged with culpable homicide, pleaded not guilty …

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Meet Tobacco Auctioneering’s Female Trailblazers

By Elita Chikwati It is just before 0730 and farmers are milling around Premier Tobacco Auction Floors along Affirmative Drive in the Willowvale industrial area, making idle talk while employees are running around preparing for the start of the day’s sales. Suddenly a female voice punctuates the air and focus …

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Ex-Minister Goche Pulls Out of Shamva North Zanu-PF Re-Run

Sitting Shamva North MP and former cabinet minister Nicholas Goche has pulled out of the ruling Zanu PF party’s primary election re-run for the constituency. “I have decided to withdraw from the election rerun … in the interest of the party and spirit of unity and togetherness,” said Goche. “I …

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Zapu Seethes With Anger Over Chiwenga Sister State Funeral

The opposition Zapu party reacted with fury this week after the government decided to vice president Constantino Chiwenga’s late sister a State assisted funeral. The party says “deserving veterans” of its liberation military wing ZIPRA have been denied national hero status by the Zanu PF led government on numerous occasions. …

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Chihuri, Mistress Disagree On Child Upkeep

By Yemurai Ushamba Former Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Commissioner-General Dr Augustine Chihuri and his mistress, Ms Sithulisiwe Mthimkhulu, seem to have failed to negotiate for an out-of-court maintenance settlement as the former recently filed notice of opposition papers at the Bulawayo Magistrates’ Court. Ms Mthimkhulu is demanding a $240 000 …

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Chombo Wants Passport for SA Trip

By Tendai Rupapa Former Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo, who is facing a slew of corruption charges and was in South Africa recently for medical attention, intends to apply for the release of his passport again to enable him to return to the neighbouring country next week for further check-ups. …

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President Appoints Two Supreme Court Judges

President Mnangagwa has appointed two new judges to the Supreme Court to beef up the understaffed bench. Justices Francis Bere and Lavender Makoni — who were at the High Court — were elevated after succeeding in public interviews conducted two years ago. The pair will today take oaths of office …

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Police Launch Anti-Graft Unit

By Freeman Razemba The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has launched an Anti-Corruption Unit as part of its efforts to effectively and efficiently investigate all cases of corruption countrywide. This follows last December’s call by President Mnangagwa for all cases of corruption to be investigated and punished in accordance with the …

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Chamisa Says Sorry for ‘Sexist’ Joke His Sister and Mnangagwa

MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa has reportedly apologised for the “sexist” joke in which he pledged to give president Emmerson Mnangagwa his 18-year-old sister if the Zanu PF leader garnered just five percent of the votes in the forthcoming election. Chamisa told party supporters in United Kingdom that Mnangagwa would suffer …

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