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Zimbabwe: Handball Regional Leagues On Hold

By Ellina Mhlanga The Zimbabwe Handball Federation technical director Farai Gwisai says the recent suspension of sporting activities is a drawback for their clubs as some of the regions had started competition. The national federation grouped the provinces into four regions – Northern, Eastern, Central and Southern region – to …

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Zimbabwe: UK-Based Philanthropists Cheer Epworth Man

By Talent Bope A United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean entrepreneur and businessperson Nyaradzo Zvinokona and her friend only identified as Stembiso recently cheered up the “Epworth white man” and his family by donating food hampers. Ms Zvinokona who is into fuel transportation and holiday accommodation services was touched by Mr Petrus Maggeridge’s …

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Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Goes Digital

By Ivan Zhakata- Zanu PF Harare province yesterday launched its computer data capturing centre as part of the Revolutionary Party’s goal of having a national database to account for its members as well as programmes. Speaking at the launch of the data centre at the party’s provincial headquarters in Harare, …

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Zimbabwe: ED’s Narrow Win Over Chamisa Predicted – Survey

By Robert Tapfumaneyi Most citizens have rated President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to be performing badly, but if elections were to be held tomorrow, he would win with a narrow margin over his arch-rival Nelson Chamisa of the MDC Alliance. This is part of the findings by Afrobarometer – a South …

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Zimbabwe: Chamisa Calls On ‘Corrupt’ African Presidents to Emulate Kaunda

By Alois Vinga Opposition MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa has urged sitting presidents on the African continent to emulate the legacy of unity left behind by the late ex-Zambia leader Kenneth Kaunda. Kaunda, the founding president of independent Zambia died Thursday at a military hospital in capital Lusaka aged 97. …

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Zimbabwe: Justice Ndewere Fired

By Fidelis Munyoro-Chief PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has fired High Court judge, Justice Erica Ndewere, after a tribunal set up to inquire into her suitability to hold a judicial office recommended that she be removed from the bench for gross incompetence. A three-member tribunal led by retired judge Justice Simbi Mubako, made …

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Zambia: President Mourns Fr Ribeiro, Kaunda . . . ‘Roman Catholic Priest Was Man of Many Talents’

Fungi Kwaramba — PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has described the death of Roman Catholic cleric Father Emmanuel Ribeiro, the man who saved him from the gallows during the liberation struggle, as a great loss to the nation as he distinctively served Zimbabwe and the freedom cause during his long and illustrious life. …

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Zimbabwe: Jailed for Using ‘Mutoriro’

By Nyore Madzianike A 29-year-old man who admitted to using crystal methamphetamine, commonly referred as “Mutoriro” in street lingo has been jailed for two and half years. Mathew Hopkins was initially jailed for four years when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Mr Munamato Mutevedzi charged with possession of dangerous drugs. …

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Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Implicated in Upmarket Housing Stands Scandal

By Mary Taruvinga Former First Lady, Grace Mugabe’s sister Shuvai Gumbochuma has dragged to court on allegations of grabbing upmarket residential stands belonging to Rumbidzai Ankomah (nee Muzembi) and Xavier Muzembi with a hand from the former. Gumbochuma is jointly sued with Grace’s relative Farai Mashonganyika. However, Grace Mugabe is …

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Zimbabwe: Kika Withdraws Malaba Application

By Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter A second attempt to stop Chief Justice Luke Malaba exercising his authority pending the outcome of a Supreme Court appeal ended yesterday when NGO Forum director Mr Musa Kika withdrew his latest urgent High Court application just an hour before the case management. The …

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