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Padenga Extends Diversification

By Tawanda Musarurwa Listed crocodile breeder, Padenga Holdings Limited, is extending its diversification project through a horticulture investment. The firm is looking to invest in the production of avocados and macadamia. Currently, Padenga solely produces and exports crocodilian skins and meat to European and Asia markets. Last year, the group …

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Ziyambi Chides MDC-Alliance Hypocrites

Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has chided MDC-Alliance for making unproven claims that the country’s judiciary system was captured. The minister extolled the Judiciary for demonstrating its independence in dealing with cases coming to the superior courts. Minister Ziyambi made the remarks at the ceremony last week …

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Inquiry Outcome Will Guide Us – SB Moyo

Government will be guided by the outcome of investigations into alleged abductions of three MDC-Alliance officials and warned against jumping into conclusions and apportioning blame. Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister, Dr Sibusiso Moyo assured the public that the Government was taking the allegations by the MDC-Alliance officials, Cecilia Chimbiri, …

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Repeat Offences Increase Worries Police

By Nyore Madzianike Police have expressed concern over the spike in crimes being committed by repeat offenders after being freed on bail, leaving law enforcement agents with the daunting task of tracking, re-arresting and taking them to court again. Some of the criminals have been granted bail on more than …

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Security Guard Jailed Over Murder

A Kwekwe security guard has been sentenced to one year in prison for shooting a suspected thief to death. The deceased, Pearson Mazani (30), had reportedly stolen gold ore and was shot once in the head with a Vanguard rifle. Francis Dhlamini (43) appeared before Bulawayo High Court judge Justice …

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GZU Gets Radio Licence

Great Zimbabwe University has become the first Zimbabwean university to get a broadcasting licence to operate its “GZU Campus Radio” station that will help it reach out to its students. The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) last Friday announced that GZU’s Campus Radio will be issued with a broadcasting licence …

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Mwonzora Barricade On Ex-MDC-T Chair Lovemore Moyo Possible Return

Reinstated MDC-T secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora has placed legal barricades on a possible return to the MDC fold by former party chairman Lovemore Moyo. Mwonzora has emerged de facto protagonist in a party leadership wrangle pitting former vice presidents Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe. The MDC leadership quarrel climaxed recently with …

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Africa Day – MDC Urges Liberation Movements to Relinquish Power

As the continent commemorated Africa Day Monday, the MDC Alliance Bulawayo province urged liberation movements to pass the baton to the young generation to add impetus to the struggle for total emancipation against colonialism. Africa Day is the annual commemoration of the founding of the now-defunct Organisation of the African …

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Thief Steals Car From Fuel Queue

A daring thief allegedly stole a car from a petrol queue at a filling station in Harare after tricking the owner that he could refuel easily. Prosper Makono of Chitungwiza has since appeared at the Harare Magistrates Court charged with theft of a motor vehicle. The 28-year-old was not asked …

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