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Chief law officer transferred to Guruve

Herald ReporterThe director of economic crimes in the National Prosecuting Authority, chief law officer Chris Mutangadura, has been transferred from Harare to Guruve with immediate effect, as part of an ongoing restructuring exercise. Mr Mutangadura was advised of his transfer by Prosecutor-General Kumbirai Hodzi on Thursday last week. In a …

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First Ladies meet

Takunda Maodza in Addis Ababa, EthiopiaFIRST Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday attended a meeting of the Organisation of African First Ladies Against HIV/Aids (OAFLA) in Addis Ababa. The meeting is running alongside the 32nd Ordinary Session of the African Union Assembly. President Mnangagwa is among the Heads of State and Government …

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Puppets Polluting Harare, Caracas

By Obi Egbuna Jnr Simunye Before making his transition to our ancestors on November 15, 1998, the revolutionary Pan Africanist organiser Kwame Ture warned Africans everywhere with his rather unique blend of passion and caution, that inside US borders the right were adopting the strategies and methodologies of the left. …

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Andy Brown’s Son Takes On Visual Art

By Kundai Marunya and Lianne Ndemera When most of his siblings have taken their father’s mantle, living through music, Andy Brown’s son Ushe (16) has embraced visual art to diversify from family business. Though still practising music, Ushe intends to build a name in painting which he describes as his …

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ED, Chamisa Commit to Dialogue

By Fidelis Munyoro and Victor Maphosa PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday reiterated that his door was open for dialogue to move the country forward and benefit Zimbabweans, in line with his approach for a broad-based and inclusive national interface that he first enunciated in November 2017. The Head of State and Government …

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Empire’s ‘Casus Belli’ Against Venezuela’s Maduro

By Tendai H. Manzvanzvike Now that they have made the Venezualan economy scream, and continue to pile pressure on its president Nicolas Maduro, for the Trump administration, like others before it, regime change or military aggression are the only reasonable options, with the US and its allies being the kingmakers …

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Kwekwe Considers Tariff Increase to Cushion Against Falling Bond Note

Cash-strapped Kwekwe City Council is considering producing a supplementary budget and a tariff increase to support its $26,9 million budget which was submitted to the Local Government Ministry for this year. As the country’s bond note currency continues to lose value compared to the more stable US dollar, council maintains …

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TM Bosses Denied Bail

By Shorai Murwira Four TM Supermarkets bosses who teamed up and defrauded their employer of $1 107 050.00 through Ecocash have been denied bail by Harare magistrate Rumbidzai Mugwagwa. It is the state case that the four Taurai Madziwanzira (28) who is the branch manager for Marondera, Silas Munyoro (33) …

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Government Repression – Lessons From History

FEBRUARY 23 1917 is a date that history will never forget. For on it, one of the world’s meanest dictators came face to face with the undiluted wrath of a people he had ill-treated for a long time. Tsar Nicholas the second had ruled Russia with an iron fist since …

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New Acting Boss for ZTA Named

Economist Mrs Rita Likukuma has been seconded as Zimbabwe Tourism Authority chief executive on an acting basis with effect from February 1. Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Prisca Mupfumira and the ZTA board seconded Mrs Likukuma from the board, where she is currently a member. In a statement on …

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