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Pair in the Dock for Attempted Murder

By Yeukai Karengezeka Two men from Mubobo Village in Seke appeared in court yesterday for allegedly attempting to murder a colleague following a misunderstanding. Lovemore Muswaka (39) and Gibson Matediya (38) appeared before Chitungwiza resident magistrate Mrs Yeukai Chigodora charged with attempted murder. They were not asked to plead and …

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Another Top UK Scholar Predicts ED Victory

A top UK professor – Stephen Chan – has predicted victory for Zanu-PF and President Mnangagwa. Professor Chan, who teaches African Political Thought at the SOAS University in London, feels the MDC-T is not positioned for victory on July 30. “This one is going to be historic simply because of …

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Wheels for Women’s League

By Nyemudzai Kakore The Zanu-PF Women’s League yesterday received 10 vehicles from the party ahead of the July 30 harmonised elections to facilitate women’s mobility during and after campaigns. The vehicles will enable the Women’s League to visit their constituencies as the party continues to canvass for support from the …

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In-House Training for New Magistrates

By Daniel Nemukuyu Chief Justice Luke Malaba has introduced a mandatory seven-week rigorous training course to be undertaken by all new magistrates before they take judicial oaths, in his quest to improve the quality of justice. In the past, the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) would recruit magistrates straight from university …

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‘Exam Postponement Calls Misplaced’

By Samantha Chipoyera When high school students met President Mnangagwa last month, they requested that examinations be delayed. Their argument was that teachers were absent during part of the year attending to Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) duties. There have been mixed views on their request, with some dismissing the reason …

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Zim to Host Miss Culture World

By Boniface Chimedza Zimbabwe will hog the international limelight as it is set to host the inaugural Miss Culture Worldwide slated for October this year. Tailored as a strategic instrument for destination marketing, Miss Culture Worldwide will be used to promote tourism, cultural diversity and national heritage. Countries that are …

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‘Chamisa, Paranoid, Immature’

By Felex Share A Nelson Chamisa victory in the July 30 elections would be catastrophic for Zimbabwe as the MDC Alliance candidate is an unstable and immature politician whose grasp of the country’s political discourse is characterised by paranoia, diplomatic sources and MDC insiders have said. The diplomatic sources added …

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Local Film for Canada Festival

By Yeukai Karengezeka New local short film “Mukanya” which reflects on positive fatherhood is set to screened in Canada next month at the annual Habari Africa Festival. The festival, which is an African music, art and film fete will take place from August 7 to 20 and it is run …

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MDC-Alliance Avoiding the Real Demo

News may have reached your ears by now that the opposition MDC-Alliance, a mélange of fringe political parties and individuals, intends to march to the offices of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) today to hand in a petition over alleged mutating ballots. Yes, the MDCA, a party aspiring to lead …

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