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End of road for fugitive cop linked to $31 000 theft

CLEVER Gadzikwa, a fugitive police detective based at CID Southerton Property Section who allegedly stole $31 000 from a Zambian national booked at a Harare hotel early this month, was arrested and brought to court yesterday. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Harare magistrate Barbara Chimboza remanded him in custody to today for …

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Mutare South villagers challenge local authority over growth point

OVER 600 villagers in Mutare South constituency have challenged their local authority’s decision to set up a growth point in the area, saying the development would take away their fertile agricultural land. BY KENNETH NYANGANI The villagers, particularly from Buwerimwe, Mvududu and Chitakatira, said the proposed Chitakatira growth point would …

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Zec tests BVR in mock exercise

THE two international firms bidding to supply Biometric Voters Registration (BVR) kits to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission yesterday displayed how their kits operated in a mock voter registration exercise conducted at a school in Mabvuku high-density suburb. Obey Manayiti A mock exercise by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission on the use …

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Evicted people with disabilities refused help’

THE more than 20 people living with disabilities evicted from Masterton Cheshire Home in Harare, reportedly refused to take up income-generating projects and chased away Roman Catholic nuns who were taking care of the property, owners of the institution have claimed. BY BLESSED MHLANGA Some of the evicted people living …

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Zim courts Namibia to boost trade, co-operation

GOVERNMENT officials have urged their Namibian counterparts to speed up the signing of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at developing small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) between the two countries. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA Foreign Affairs secretary Joey Bimha made the remarks during the Eight Session of the Zimbabwe-Namibia Joint Permanent Commission of …

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