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Kaseke Ordered to Pay $225 for Child’s Upkeep

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) boss Mr Karikoga Kaseke has been ordered to pay $225 by a Bulawayo court for the upkeep of his nine-year-old son whom he sired with a Bulawayo woman. The ruling by Bulawayo magistrate Ms Sharon Rosemani followed a legal wrangle between Ms Charlotte Dlakama (34) and …

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MDC-T Tension As Tsvangirai Appoints Chamisa Acting President

Ailing MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, on Wednesday, effectively anointed youthful Nelson Chamisa albeit for a short stint after allowing him to take charge until he (Morgan) “returns” from South Africa. With Tsvangirai battling colon cancer, Chamisa was left to chair the MDC Alliance while another deputy Elias Mudzuri took charge …

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Nyagura Blasts Dept Over Grace Mugabe PhD

University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura has blasted lecturers in the Department of Sociology for challenging the awarding of a doctorate to former First Lady Grace Mugabe, saying they were “ignorant Messrs and doctors” with no academic capacity to supervise a PhD student.In an interview with The Herald …

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Roy and Heather Bennett – a tribute

Roy and Heather Bennett – a tribute Unpolished, volatile and polarising, Roy Bennett was no Mother Teresa – and never pretended to be – but his wife, Heather, could have been. Together, they were a formidable team that left an indelible mark on Zimbabwe’s politics and on those who knew …

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Exam Cheats Withdraw Case Against Zimsec

At least 19 pupils from Nagle House School in Marondera have withdrawn their case challenging the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) decision to cancel 2017 Ordinary Level results for an entire stream for cheating in their Mathematics examination. The examinations body made the decision after gathering evidence suggesting that some …

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Harare City Calls for Order

By Africa Moyo Smartinggo from the continued destruction of city roads by firms laying fibre optic cables, the Harare City Council is calling for yearly plans from such companies to avoid destruction of roads after they have been resurfaced. This comes as several companies, particularly telecommunications players, have been taking …

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Zanu-PF Warns Members Against Violence

Zanu-PF Masvingo provincial chairman Cde Ezra Chadzamira has warned ruling party members against engaging in political violence, saying those caught on the wrong side of the law will be arrested irrespective of their position in the party. He said the ruling party was guided by calls by President Mnangagwa that …

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Ghanaian Artist Hails Benhura

Ghanaian chief Yeboah Kenyase has expressed his appreciation at the sculptures exhibited at Dominic Studios in Greendale saying such artworks call for cultural exchange between Ghana and Zimbabwe. The 38-year-old chief who comes from one of the largest royalties in Africa under King Otumfuo Osei Tutu of the Asante Empire, …

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Sodomy Earns Inmates More Jail Time

Two inmates at Mutimurefu Prison here had an additional six-year prison term added to the sentences they are serving after they were convicted of sodomy recently. Tobias Tarusarira (21) and Zivanai Mandengu(20) are doing jail time at Mutimurefu Prison for unlawful entry and theft, and attempted rape, respectively. Mandengu is …

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