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Norton Prepared for Cholera – Mliswa

Norton legislator , Temba Mliswa says his constituency is ready to prevent the spread of cholera, which has since claimed four lives while 94 other are belived to have been affected. This follows reports that one person in the Norton town was diagnosed with the epidemic . Mliswa said through …

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Aides Say Mujuru Stoned in Harare, Blame Zanu-PF Youths

National People’s Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru was early Thursday forced to flee for life after marauding gang of youths attacked her in Glen Norah, aides claimed. In a short statement, NPP secretary general Gift Nyandoro said alert party youths had protected the former State Vice President. “NPP President Dr …

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Zanu-PF Urged to Remain United

By George Maponga A Zanu-PF Politburo member has exhorted ruling party members in Masvingo to remain united if the province is to maintain its coveted status of a “one-party” province under the ruling party’s stranglehold. The party’s secretary for environment, Cde Prisca Mupfumira, paid tribute to party members in Masvingo …

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Concourt Reserves Ruling in Judge’s Case

By Daniel Nemukuyu The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment in a matter in which MDC-T MPs are challenging the legality of Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No.1) Act, which gives the President sole powers to appoint the Chief Justice, his deputy and the Judge president. MDC-T chief whip Innocent Gonese and …

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Sulu Convicted, Given Deadline to Settle Child Support Arrears

By Margaret Matibiri Orchestra Dendera Kings frontman Suluman Chimbetu, who has been in and out of court over a maintenance dispute with his ex-wife Marygold Mutemasango, was yesterday convicted by a Harare court for maintenance arrears amounting to $4 400. The musician – who is being accused of failing to …

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Zim, India to Strengthen Ties

By Nokutenda Chiyangwa Zimbabwe’s new Government will continue to improve relations with India, which is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, for the mutual development of the two countries. Speaking during commemorations to mark the 69th Republic Day of India on Monday, Acting Permanent Secretary for Foreign …

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Harare Braces for Another Dry Weekend

By Innocent Ruwende Harare residents must brace for yet another dry weekend as the city will shut down Morton Jaffray Waterworks and Warren Control to fix leaks and replace a pump. The rehabilitation of the waterworks is part of a programme to solve the city’s perennial water problems under the …

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Moyo Says Mnangagwa So Corrupt He Is Zimbabwe’s Richest Man

By Staff Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa is the richest man in Zimbabwe and he, together with the army staged a coup to protect their ill-gotten wealth, says Jonathan Moyo. The former higher education minister said this during an interview aired by the SABC on Wednesday night. When asked if he …

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Chigumba Sworn in As New ZEC Chairperson

By Farirai Machivenyika New Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairwoman Justice Prisca Chigumba was been sworn in by President Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House this morning. Commissioner Chigumba takes over from Justice Rita Makarau who resigned from the position in December last year. Also sworn in at the same ceremony were …

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