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Tsvangirai stalks Mujuru, Mutasa, Gumbo

MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai will engage in coalition talks with both ex-Vice-President Joice Mujuru as well as her erstwhile comrades led by Didymus Mutasa and Rugare Gumbo. BY PAIDAMOYO MZULU MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai Mujuru broke up with Mutasa and Gumbo last month in a nasty bust-up in the Zimbabwe …

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Police club financials ‘under-cooked’, court told

FINANCIAL statements presented to court in the ongoing trial of a senior Zimbabwe Republic Police officer were “under-done” a witness told a court last week. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Sibonile Kamupira, the lawyer representing suspended police Assistant Commissioner Fortunate Chirara, who is accused of stealing $500 from Kuyedza Women’s Club, a …

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NRZ sues Byo company over $14 000 rental arrears

STRUGGLING parastatal, the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has sued a Bulawayo company for over $14 000, which it is owed as part of rental arrears for the property it leased since 2014. BY SILAS NKALA In summons filed with the Bulawayo High Court last week against Somevest Enterprises (PVT) …

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Mugabe flies in, jets out

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday made a stop-over in Harare from Singapore where he had gone for medical attention, but immediately left for Ghana early this morning. BY PAIDAMOYO MUZULU/RICHARD CHIDZA President Robert Mugabe Mugabe, the only leader Zimbabwe has known since majority rule from Britain 37 years ago, will be …

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Charamba scoffs at demands for community radios

GOVERNMENT has labelled cries for the licensing of community radio stations across the country as “synthetic”, arguing the demands are by “activists who have assumed the position of surrogate communities.” BY NUNURAI JENA Presidential spokesperson George Charamba Media, Information and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary, George Charamba, speaking on the sidelines …

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