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Public dismisses reconciliation Bill

Ms Misihairabwi-Mushonga Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) Bill was poorly received by members of the public as it failed to address some of the most relevant issues, the Parliamentary Committee on Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs has said. Government gazetted the National Peace and …

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JUST IN: Justice Simpson Mutambanengwe dies

Justice Simpson Mutambanengwe Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Reporter RETIRED High Court judge and former Zimbabwe Electoral Commission chairperson Justice Simpson Mutambanengwe has died. He was 87. Justice Mutambanengwe died in the early hours of today while admitted at Paramount Hospital in Windhoek, Namibia. The judge, who was receiving treatment for kidney …

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Crash victims named

Snr Asst Comm Charamba Crime Reporter Police have named seven people who died recently when vehicles they were travelling in were involved in separate road accidents in Kwekwe and Banket on Sunday and Monday, respectively. In a statement, police chief spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said seven people died …

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Chikumba hearing deferred again

Peter Chikumba Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter THE case in which former Air Zimbabwe chief executive Peter Chikumba is seeking an order to remain on bail until the determination of his fresh appeal against both conviction and sentence has been further postponed to tomorrow. Chikumba and his co-accused Grace Pfumbidzayi, the …

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We’ve lost a unifier, says Chidyausiku family

Justice Chidyausiku Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter Members of the Chidyausiku family have described Retired Chief Justice and national hero Retired Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku as a real family man who left a legacy of unity and love. Niece to the national hero and a judge of the Supreme Court Justice Antonia …

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‘Opposition politics that propelled MDC now outdated’

Opposition politics of boycotts, protests and stay-aways now belong to the past Takunda Maodza Assistant News Editor SCHOLARLY research into next year’s harmonised elections pitting zanu-pf and possibly a coalition of opposition parties continues to point to victory for the ruling party owing to its emancipatory policies and the changing socio-economic landscape …

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Gutu chiefs snub Mujuru

Joice Mujuru George Maponga Masvingo Bureau Embattled National People’s Party president Dr Joice Mujuru was yesterday left with an egg on her face after several chiefs and other traditional leaders in Gutu South refused to meet her ahead of her star rally today in the constituency. She is scheduled to address a …

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China not colonising Africa: Envoy

Ambassador Huang Ping Collen Murahwa Herald reporter Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Huang Ping has rubbished assertions that China wants to colonise Africa. Speaking on the sidelines of a public lecture at the University of Zimbabwe, Mr Huang said China was committed to the principles of sincerity and goodwill. The …

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