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Banker Sexual Abuse Trial Opens

By Beitbridge Bureau The trial of Barclays Bank’s Beitbridge branch manager, Tsikadzashe Shepard Maisiri (47), who is accused of sexually harassing a female subordinate was yesterday postponed to March 2. Maisiri denied the charges when the trial opened before Beitbridge resident magistrate, Mr Langton Mukwengi. Prosecutor Mr Oswell Arufandi told …

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Chaos Mounts As Khupe Contests Appointment

By Takunda Maodza Fights over who takes over from ailing MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai reached boiling point yesterday when one of the opposition party’s vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe refused to recognise the appointment of yet another vice president Advocate Nelson Chamisa as the acting president. This was after Mr …

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Over 100 Illegal Houses Face Demolition

By Nyemudzai Kakore Chitungwiza Municipality will demolish more than 100 houses that were built illegally next week under a programme expected to bring sanity to the town. The municipality said it will destroy houses built on land which was earmarked for churches, schools, cemeteries, drainage systems, electricity pylons and water …

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PDP Responds to MDC-T Crisis

PRESS RELEASE People’s Democratic Party Management Committee Resolutions on the MDC Alliance, the Economy and Elections. Yesterday, the People’s Democratic Party held its first Management Committee Meeting of 2018 , the meeting discussed various issues including the economic crisis, the state of the party and the MDC Alliance. We noted …

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Blood Donors Seek Govt Intervention

By Paidamoyo Chipunza and Sibongile Maruta Blood donors are seeking the intervention of Government and Parliament in resolving long-standing ownership and leadership disputes within the National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) following a false start to a proposed emergency general meeting, which was supposed to have been held last week. The …

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Churches Won’t Repeat ‘Super Sunday’ Madness – Muduvuri

Last weekend, President Mnangagwa addressed thousands of Zion Christian Church faithful at the giant National Sports Stadium in Harare. His message was one of peace, love and unity — giving the Church a special role in the economic, social, political and spiritual aspects of the society. Said President Mnangagwa: “In …

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First Lady Screened for Cervical, Breast Cancer

By Tendai Rupapa Firsty Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa was yesterday screened for cervical and breast cancer at United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) as a way of motivating women to do the same as the country intensifies the fight against the silent killer. The First Lady, who also donated an assortment of foodstuffs …

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MDC-T Circus – Tsvangirai Denies Appointing Chamisa

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has denied replacing acting president Elias Mudzuri with youthful deputy Nelson Chamisa as claimed by party director of communications Luke Tamborinyoka. Tamborinyoka issued a statement Wednesday indicating that Tsvangirai had appointed Chamisa to act as both party leader and MDC Alliance chairperson “until the president returns”. …

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Zimsec ‘O’ Levels to Re-Write English Paper 2 Exam

By Abigail Mawonde Candidates who sat for the November 2017 Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (ZIMSEC)’s Ordinary Level English Paper 2 Examination are set to re-write the paper on Friday next week following cheating that took place last year when the examination was administered.  Speaking during a press conference in Harare …

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Hundreds Register to Vote At a National Peace Concert in Bulawayo and Thousands Pledge to Uphold Peace Ahead of the Election

On 04 February 2018, Heal Zimbabwe in collaboration with Zimrights, Election Resource Centre (ERC), Zimbabwe Christian Alliance, Habakkuk Trust, Women Institute in Leadership (WILD) and National Youth for Development Trust (NYDT) hosted a peace concert in Cowdray Park in Bulawayo. The objective of the peace concert was to mobilize citizens …

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