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Ex-Zinara boss’ properties frozen

Former Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) chief executive officer Frank Chitukutuku’s properties worth over US$20 million have been frozen by the High Court, following an application filed by Prosecutor-General Kumbirai Hodzi. BY CHARLES LAITON Hodzi recently petitioned the court, seeking an order to freeze Chitukutuku’s properties, pending full investigations into …

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Woman tries to sell child for 3 cars

A 19-YEAR-OLD woman from Dulivhadzimo, Beitbridge, has been taken to court for attempting to trade her daughter for three cars to a Zimbabwean based in South Africa in a suspected ritual case meant to boost his transport business. BY SILAS NKALA Agness Sheron Teverashe Pedzisai was not asked to plead …

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Youth League heads to provinces

Herald Reporter The Zanu-PF Youth League executive will address inter-district meetings in all provinces beginning with Mashonaland Central, in a bid to lure young people to participate in national development, an official has said. The meetings which start today, will run till June 8, will also see the launch of …

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Politics: no laughing matter in poverty-hit Zim

It’s no joke being a comedian in Zimbabwe. — Thomson Reuters Foundation In a country where open criticism of power can spell trouble for journalists, politicians and activists, comedians say they, too, risk consequences – arrest even — for taking aim at the authorities or satirising the hardships of daily …

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Comesa pledges to support Zim

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) yesterday pledged to support Zimbabwe in overcoming prevailing challenges and position the country as an industrial hub of the continent through enhanced trade. Comesa secretary-general, Mrs Chileshe Mpundu Kapwepwe said the bloc would also support all efforts …

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