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MDC Alliance starts merging into single party

THE MDC Alliance leadership has instructed provincial structures of coalition partners to begin the integration process bringing their membership under one roof, a process that could see some members losing their positions and causing tensions in the party. BY NQOBANI NDLOVU This comes after MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa recently …

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Vic Falls man hangs self after bar brawl

A VICTORIA Falls man hanged himself following a bar brawl with a resident at Lupinyu business centre early this week. BY NOKUTHABA DLAMINI Matabeleland North police spokesperson Siphiwe Makonese confirmed Moses Jubane’s death, saying his body was discovered by his brother on Wednesday morning. “The deceased was a male adult …

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Peruvian arrested for cocaine smuggling

A SUSPECTED Peruvian drug trafficker has been arrested at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport after he was found in possession of over a kilogramme of cocaine worth $91 520. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Wilmer Taruzona Aro (32) was not asked to plead when he appeared before magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa who …

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Cholera hits Beitbridge

Of the four suspected cholera cases reported in Beitbridge yesterday, only one tested positive while three other patients were discharged, SoutherEye has heard. BY REX MPHISA A woman who resides near Elangeni School in Tshapfuce, 25km north of Beitbridge town, has been quarantined after testing positive. Beitbridge district medical officer, …

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Serial car thieves nabbed

MARONDERA police have arrested three suspected robbers linked to a spate of car thefts recorded in Mashonaland East province over the past two months. JAIROS SAUNYAMA Vincent Chikasha (19), Lawrence Marimbizhike (32) and Alfred Dzobo, all of Goromonzi who allegedly targeted pirate taxi drivers, were arrested after they were found …

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Cops, vendors clash

VIOLENCE rocked Harare yesterday as police and vendors fought running battles as informal traders resisted efforts by government and council to remove them from the central business district as part of measures to control the spread of cholera. BY KUDZAI MUCHENJEKWA/ BLESSED MHLANGA Harare is at the epicentre of the …

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Chamisa to pile pressure on govt

The Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance says it will soon announce its shadow cabinet and that it will maintain pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Zanu PF party to dialogue over the problems faced by the country. BY OBEY MANAYITI The opposition party has refused to recognise Mnangagwa as President …

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Cop up for assault

A POLICE officer from Ross Camp in Bulawayo has been taken to court for assaulting a troublesome passenger who had been reported by a motorist for refusing to pay a fare. BY SILAS NKALA Nelson Munsaka (40) pleaded not guilty to the assault charge on Wednesday when he appeared before …

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AMH gets content distribution licence

The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) has granted Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) subsidiary company, Heart & Soul Broadcasting Services (Private) Limited a third broadcasting licence. Staff Reporter Heart & Soul Broadcasting is now a holder of a Content Distribution Services licence in addition to the Webcasting Service and Video on …

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