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Chimene blasts ‘lazy’ MPs

Cde Chimene Cletus Mushanawani in Buhera MINISTER of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Cde Mandi Chimene has called on the electorate to elect Members of National Assembly who deliver on promises as some of them are now a liability to Zanu-PF. Giving her welcome remarks during the First Lady, Dr …

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Cremer hails debutants Burl, Ngarava

National cricket team captain Graeme Cremer has hailed Zimbabwe’s latest finds — batsman Ryan Burl and bowler Richard Ngarava — following their debut in the first of five one-day international (ODI) matches against Afghanistan at Harare Sports Club on Thursday. By Munyaradzi Madzokere Graeme Cremer Batsman Burl (22), whose impressive …

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Further remand for ‘Mugabe death’ pastor

INCARCERATED Kariba-based Remnant Church Pastor Patrick Philip Mugadza, who is alleged to have committed a criminal offence by saying that President Robert Mugabe would die on October 17 this year, was yesterday further remanded in custody to next Monday. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE The pastor did not physically appear in court …

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State alleges Mawarire embarrassed President in New York

THE National Prosecuting Authority yesterday claimed #This Flag and social media activist, Pastor Evan Mawarire, embarrassed President Robert Mugabe when the latter was attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York last year. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Mugabe’s embarrassment was included in the State outline on Mawarire’s charges of subverting …

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$1,3bn required annually to reboot health delivery

ABOUT $1,3 billion is required annually to reboot the health delivery sector that faces a myriad of challenges ranging from lack of drugs, infrastructure to shortage of nurses and doctors, Health minister David Parirenyatwa has said. By NQOBANI NDLOVU Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa Parirenyatwa said the required …

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People living HIV start businesses

PEOPLE living with HIV in Mt Darwin have joined hands to start small businesses under an initiative dubbed Internal Savings and Lending (ISL) as part of efforts to sustain themselves and improve their nutrition. BY MUNESU NYAKUDYA Zimbabwe National Network for People Living with HIV (ZNNP+) Mashonaland Central provincial coordinator …

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Former minister reveals traffic cop hell

FORMER Industry and Trade minister Nkosana Moyo has said traffic police officers recently tormented him over failure to produce one breakdown red triangle and a swollen tyre after he hit a pothole during his recent visit to Harare. BY SILAS NKALA Nkosana Moyo On his Facebook wall, the former minister …

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Gono interview exposes Kereke police ‘capture’

FORMER Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gidien Gono might have opened the lid on alleged abuse of State apparatus by senior officials in President Robert Mugabe’s administration including the police. BY STAFF REPORTER Munyaradzi Kereke Gono, in an interview with a State-owned weekly, claimed his jailed former adviser, Munyaradzi …

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Jocelyn Chiwenga sued for $99k farming inputs

Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) Commander Constantino Chiwenga’s former wife, Jocelyn, has been taken to court by Tian Ze Tobacco Company seeking to recover nearly $100 000 for inputs supplied to her. BY CHARLES LAITON The company issued the summons against Jocelyn on February 3, accusing her of having failed to …

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NRZ sued for failing to remit $493 000 to union

ZIMBABWE Amalgamated Railway Union (Zaru) is suing the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) to recover over $493 000 in workers’ contributions which the parastatal failed to remit to the union. BY SILAS NKALA Zaru filed summons against NRZ at the Bulawayo High Court on Tuesday praying for the remittance of …

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