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Ginimbi denied bail in $3,5m fraud, money-laundering case

SOCIALITE and businessman Genius Kadungure, popularly known as Ginimbi, was yesterday denied bail by a Harare magistrate in a case in which he is accused of prejudicing Treasury of $3,5 million in a tax evasion scam. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Kadungure, who was represented by Jonathan Samukange, was not asked to …

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Chamisa apologises over ‘stupid’ gaffe

MDC leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday apologised to his supporters, families and victims of the August 1 fatal shootings, for describing the demonstrations which led to the killing of six victims by the army as “stupid”. By Everson Mushava/Jairos Saunyama Chamisa on Thursday described the protests as not strategic, as it …

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Till prison do us part

Samantha Chipoyera Features Correspondent When couples exchange vows, there is the usual traditional promise “till death do us part” bit which underpins a pledge of commitment. The vow signifies that the married couple intends to spend the remainder of their lives together and only death will separate them. But, there …

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Don’t let criticism get in your way

Bishop B. Manjoro Dunamis Criticism is a tool that can either bring you down or lift you to the next level. It is how you handle it that matters the most. Every living human being at one point or the other will face criticism. Unless you are dead, criticism will …

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