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America Condemns Attack Against Zimbabwe Minister in UK

By Marcus Mushonga Harare — THE United States (US) has condemned the attack of Zimbabwe’s foreign affairs minister by opposition aligned Zimbabweans living in the United Kingdom (UK). Minister Sibusiso Moyo was the victim of a physical attack by suspected members of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) based …

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Over 200 Cases On Zacc Radar

By Zvamaida Murwira The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) is investigating over 200 cases of corruption-related crimes emanating from a varied spectrum of the economy and arrests will be effected soon, chairperson Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo has said. She said her commission was out on a mission to aggressively fight corruption and …

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Magistrate Blasts Anti-Corruption Prosecutors

By Geraldine Zaranyika Harare magistrate Mr Nyasha Vitorini yesterday blasted anti-corruption prosecutors for lack of seriousness when the State applied for the postponement of former National Social Security Authority (NSSA) general manager Elizabeth Chitiga’s case involving $31 million. Chitiga is facing allegations of abuse of office. Prosecutor Mr Michael Chakandida …

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Govt Slaps Down Varsity Fee Hikes

By Blessings Chidakwa Government has warned universities against raising fees with without its approval, amid reports that some varsities countrywide had yesterday attempted to unilaterally hike fees. Universities increased fees for parallel and block students, leaving out conventional ones whose public outcry usually draws attention. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science …

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Sikhala Release a Sign He Is Innocent – MDC

By Tonderai Saharo President Emmerson Mnangagwa has embarked on a campaign to silence critics by arresting opposition leaders on “trumped up charges”, MDC secretary general Charlton Hwende has said. Hwende was speaking to NewZimbabwe.com after the High Court in Masvingo released party deputy national chairman Job Sikhala on bail. Sikhala …

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Ironic – Cyclone Idai Bring Cheer to Chimanimani Tourism

Chimanimani — Five months after a devastating tropical cyclone ripped through south-eastern Manicaland killing more than 400 and leaving some 40 000 homeless as well as trail of destruction, the tourism industry in this part of Zimbabwe is slowly picking up the pieces. Chimanimani and Chipinge districts bore the brunt …

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NRZ Targets Mining Engineering to Spur Turnaround

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)’s engineering unit, Inter-Rail -Tech is hoping to clinch lucrative deals in mining equipment manufacturing and repairing at this year’s Mining, Engineering and Transport exhibition (Mine Entra) which kicks off in Bulawayo on Wednesday. According to the organisers of the event, Zimbabwe International Trade Fair …

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