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Zimbabwe: Smugglers Bounce Back With New Routes

By Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau Scores of smugglers who were lying low in the last four months following the deployment of more security personnel along the Limpopo River, have resumed their illegal operations and are using new routes to circumvent border control checks. Zimbabwe and South Africa beefed up security …

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Zimbabwe: War Vets Want Benefits Extended

By Farirai Machivenyika Pension benefits granted to ex-combatants who retired from the uniformed services since December 1, 2017 should be extended to those who retired since April 17, 1995 as well as those who were serving with other Government ministries and those in the private sector on retirement, the Harare …

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Zimbabwe: Judgment Day for Taj Abdul Gang

By Nyore Madzianike Nine suspected armed robbers led by Musa Taj Abdul and believed to be responsible for a spate of robberies around the country, will know their fate today when a Harare magistrate hands down a judgment in a matter they are accused of being found in possession of …

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Zimbabwe: Breaking – Musa Taj Abdul Gang Convicted for Spate of Armed Robberies

By Nyore Madzianike Nine notorious armed robbers responsible for a spate of robberies around the country have been convicted of illegally possessing a firearm and ammunition. Musa Taj Abdul, Liberty Mupamhanga, Prince Makodza, Godfrey Mupamhanga, Charles Lundu, Rudolph Kanhanga, Innocent Jairos, Tapiwa Mangoma and Carrington Marasha were convicted after a …

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Zimbabwe: MDC-T’s Mudzuri Under Murder Probe

MDC-T Vice-President Elias Mudzuri is under investigation for the alleged murder of a 23-year-old-man at the former Harare mayor’s Duriro bar in Harare last week. Ronald Mukumbira was allegedly assaulted on June 7 and died on June 10 from injuries sustained during the attack. National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul …

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Zimbabwe: Gutu Accident Victims Named

By Victor Maphosa Police have released the names of five people who died in a road accident on Saturday morning in the Matizha area of Gutu. The accident occurred after an Inter Africa bus had a head-on collision with a Honda Stream vehicle, while overtaking a Mandaza bus. The horror …

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Zimbabwe: MDC Factions Have Bungled in Running Harare

By Nobleman Runyanga Correspondent The MDC Alliance (MDC-A) faction leader, Nelson Chamisa, uses every opportunity he gets to pontificate about smart cities each time he has to talk of Zimbabwe’s urban areas. Given the fact that the MDC in its various factions and formations has been running the country’s capital …

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Zimbabwe: Luck Runs Out for Former Zinara Boss

By Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter FUGITIVE former Zinara acting chief executive officer Moses Julius Juma, who was lying low after his appeal against conviction and sentence for abuse of office was struck off by the High Court, has now been committed to prison since his bail lapsed, but has …

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Zimbabwe: Rights Group Challenges Police Use of Teargas, Spikes On Motorists

By Shorai Murwira The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has filed a High Court challenge against the use of teargas and spikes on motorists by the police. The matter has been set down for hearing tomorrow, 15 June 2021 before High Court Judge Justice Owen Tagu. “The forum on behalf …

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Zimbabwe: World Bank Endorses Zimbabwe Economic Remedies

By Alois Vinga Global financier, World Bank (WB) has credited Zimbabwe’s monetary authorities for implementing sound exchange rate policies that have led to relative stability on the local currency. Since 2018, the government has been implementing a raft of measures aimed at stabilising the economy. In June 2020, the Reserve …

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