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Grace Mugabe Ivory Case Postponed As Exhibits Under Lock and Key

THE trial of two suspected ivory poaching kingpins who allegedly worked under the instructions of former Firts Lady Grace Mugabe failed to kick off on Thursday after the state indicated that exhibits were locked up. Prosecutor, Francesca Mukumbiri, told court that the person who keeps the keys was not available. …

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Gweru requires $43m for rehabilitation of sewer treatment plants

BY STEPHEN CHADENGA City engineer, Robson Manatsa said the money was needed to overhaul the two treatment plants Cambridgeshire and Outfall as well as seven pump stations. “At Cambridgeshire plant which serves the whole of Mkoba $15 million is required for the rehabilitation of the plant,” he said during a …

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Zesa told to pull plug on Chivayo

BY VENERANDA LANGA The call was made by Mines and Energy Portfolio Committee chairperson, Temba Mliswa where he also recommended that the Zesa Holdings and Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) boards must be disbanded immediately for failing to follow good corporate governance practices on the Chivayo issue. The committee also called …

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12 employees sue Simms over $122 194 salary arrears

BY SILAS NKALA Amon Munyanyi and 11 others filed their application at the Bulawayo High Court on May 15 demanding payment of their dues. They cited company director and shareholder, Garry George Kevin Ainscough, another director and shareholder, Nicola Ainscough and Simms Electrical and Diesel Services (Private) Limited Company as …

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CBZ Bank renews hope in Victoria Falls housing scheme

BY STAFF REPORTER In a statement, CBZ Bank said the mix-up was now being rectified. This follows reports that 1 309 beneficiaries of the CBZ housing scheme in Mkhosana (BC847), Chinotimba buffer (BC864) and Mkhosana buffer (BE242) were on the verge of losing their residential stands after the local authority …

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Mutare residents protest against power cuts

BY KENNETH NYANGANI The residents, who have gone for a week without power, accused the local authority of failing to pay energy bills for the properties, but council claimed it was owed over $1 million in lease fees by the same residents. Some of the residents that were disconnected are …

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Mliswa eyes Cabinet post in next ED govt

BY TINOTENDA MUNYUKWI Addressing guests at a Zimbabwe Election Resource Support Network (Zesn) policy conference in Harare on Wednesday, Mliswa said he would back Mnangagwa’s candidature and urged the Zanu PF presidential candidate to appoint competent ministers from outside the ruling party. “My vote is going for ED in 2018, …

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Mliswa eyes Cabinet post in next ED govt

BY TINOTENDA MUNYUKWI Addressing guests at a Zimbabwe Election Resource Support Network (Zesn) policy conference in Harare on Wednesday, Mliswa said he would back Mnangagwa’s candidature and urged the Zanu PF presidential candidate to appoint competent ministers from outside the ruling party. “My vote is going for ED in 2018, …

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Mt Pleasant Heights residents cry foul over constituency shift

BY CHARLES LAITON The residents, led by former councillor, Warship Dumba together with Celine Eunice Nyakutsikwa, filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking reversal of the electoral body’s decision. In their founding affidavits, Dumba and Nyakutsikwa said at all material times and in particular in the past …

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JM Nkomo poly bars students from writing exams

BY SHARON SIBINDI Affected students said they were told that they will not sit for their final examinations on Monday as they had failed to pay full tuition fees. “We were told that we will not sit for our final examinations as we had not paid the fees. Worse some …

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