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Parliamentary Roundup Bulletin No. 10 – 2019

The National Assembly resumed sitting this week after a two week-break. The House focused on the the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) report for the year 2017 on the state of human rights in the country, debate on the deployment of the Defence Forces by the President, second reading of …

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Seventh Meeting Decisions Matrix

SEVENTH MEETING DECISIONS MATRIX: MARCH 14, 2019 1.0 Principles for the Private Voluntary Organisation Amendment Bill Cabinet received a presentation from the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare on principles to amend the Private Voluntary Organisations Act (Chapter 17:05) in order to render it compliant with the requirements …

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Gweru Killer Pilot Denied Bail Over Flight Fears

Bulawayo High Court judge, Justice Martin Makonese has denied an Air force of Zimbabwe pilot, Tashinga Musonza bail arguing the accused was a flight risk. Musonza (29) who is based at Josiah Tungamirai Airbase in Gweru, allegedly killed his lawyer girlfriend, Lucky Duve (32) last year accusing her of cheating …

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State Goes After Tyson’s Leisure Home

By Tendai Rupapa The prosecution is seeking to forfeit former Cabinet minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s upmarket leisure home in Nyanga after he failed to appear in court for trial. He was issued with an arrest warrant in January by regional magistrate Mr Hoseah Mujaya. Kasukuwere on January 10 successfully applied for …

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Listed Entities Stick to Usd Reporting Standards

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed companies that have released their financial results to date, have resorted to the use of old reporting standards as they await detailed guidelines from various regulators, Business Weekly has established. The need to change reporting standards was necessitated by the long awaited decision by the Reserve …

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Makwanya a Media Heroine – Government

By Natasha Kokai Government has described the late Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation diplomatic correspondent Judith Makwanya, who died on Monday, as a heroine who served her country with distinction. Makwanya died after a short illness at Westend Hospital in Harare at the age of 56. Speaking at Makwanya’s burial at Warren …

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Mwonzora Not a Zanu-PF Project – Coltart

By Richard Chidza Founding MDC member and human rights lawyer, David Coltart has dismissed claims by rival groups in the opposition, that former Nyanga North MP Douglas Mwonzora, is being funded by Zanu PF to challenge party leader Nelson Chamisa, at the upcoming congress in May. Mwonzora the MDC Manicaland …

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Self Styled Prophet Nabbed for Patient’s Death

A self-styled Bulawayo prophet, Senzeni Jiyane on Thursday appeared before a Bulawayo magistrate charged with causing the death of a four year old child whom he was “healing”. Jiyane appeared before Bulawayo provincial magistrate, Franklin Mkwananzi together with the child’s mother, Lindiwe Ncube who is also facing similar charges. Magistrate …

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