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Zimbabwe: Residents Lose Out in Budiriro Power Deal

By Victor Maphosa Herald Reporter More than US$20 000 was collected from Budiriro residents for the Cabs Housing Scheme to help Zesa’s distribution subsidiary ZETDC buy required materials, but the extra money never reached Zesa. Old Mutual and its mortgage subsidiary Cabs, developed the stands, but the electrical component was …

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Zimbabwe: Executor Barred From Handling Ginimbi’s Estate

By Mary Taruvinga HIGH Court judge, Justice Sylvia Chirawu-Mugimba Tawanda has ordered the executor of the late businessman and socialite Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure’s estate, Patricia Darangwa to stop acting on behalf of the deceased. This follows an urgent chamber application by Kadungure’s family seeking an order barring Darangwa from executing …

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Zimbabwe: Court Stops Executor in Ginimbi Estate Row

By Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter THE executor of Genius Kadungure’s estate has been stopped from administering the estate of the late socialite and businessman, pending finalisation of the dispute. Popularly known as Ginimbi in social circles, Kadungure died in a horrific car accident last year. The court ruling comes …

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Zimbabwe: Thousands of Villagers Facing Eviction

PRESS RELEASE Johannesburg — The Zimbabwe government is evicting thousands of people from an indigenous minority group from their communal land, Human Rights Watch said today. The order affects more than 13,000 people of the Shangani minority. On February 26, 2021, the Local Government, Urban and Rural development Minister, July …

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Zimbabwe: Causeway Dam Set to Transform Livelihoods

y Rutendo Rori Villagers in Machiki Village 21 have welcomed Government’s Causeway Dam project which will transform their lives by enabling them to farm all year round. Causeway Dam is located 30km from Marondera and is now 98 percent complete. It is now 66 percent full with a capacity of …

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Zimbabwe: Business Needs Help to Fix Lockdown Damage

As businesses re-open after the two-month level four lockdown, there will be economic damage especially in the sectors where the small and medium enterprises dominate and in the informal sector with working capital diminished as money was used to buy food and pay other critical bills. Even among the industrialists, …

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Zimbabwe: ‘No Free Lunch Under Second Republic’

By Fungi Kwaramba THE Second Republic has no place for moonlighting and entitlement as it values creativity, initiative and persistence towards fulfilling both Zanu PF’s 2018 election manifesto and the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1), President Mnangagwa has said. The NDS1 is premised on the adoption and swift implementation of …

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Zimbabwe Tightens Health Measures At Its Borders

By Marcus Mushonga Harare — ZIMBABWE is strengthening public health measures at its points of entry (PoEs) and providing critical services to returning migrants. The measures come amid an increase of migrants returning to the country in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis in neighbouring countries, especially South Africa. …

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Zimbabwe: Mapaya Leaps to Big 12 Gold Medal

By Collin Matiza ZIMBABWE’S United States-based star triple jumper, Chengetayi “Du” Mapaya. once again stole the limelight during the Big 12 Indoor Championship at Texas Tech’s Sports Centre at the weekend. He overshadowed his fellow Texas Christian University athletes when he picked up another gold medal. According to reports from …

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