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Card cloning on the increase, police warn public

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter Police have warned members of the public to be wary of a syndicate of criminals that has been swindling people through card cloning, with over 150 cases having been reported countrywide since January. The Herald understands that several businesses and individuals have lost thousands of dollars …

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NRZ Pension Fund sues SMEs over $13 000 rental arrears

THE National Railways of Zimbabwe Contributory Pension Fund has taken one of its Bulawayo tenants, Small and Medium Enterprises Association of Zimbabwe, to court over $13 000 rental arrears. BY SILAS NKALA NRZ Pension Fund in summons filed at the Bulawayo High Court on June 7 cited the SMEs Association …

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President joins queue to buy fast-food

Heather Charema Correspondent President Mnangagwa yesterday took Chegutu food lovers by surprise when he unexpectedly joined the queue in a fast-food outlet, bought his lunch and even tipped a cashier. The Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces is now famous for his accessibility. For …

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MDC Chamisa threatens Alliance partners

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter MDC Alliance president Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday ordered Alliance partners who successfully filed their nomination papers without his blessings to withdraw their candidature, further straining relations in the troubled coalition. The development follows a decision by the MDC Chamisa faction to unilaterally field candidates in constituencies …

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Motorist sues Old Mutual

A BULAWAYO motorist has taken Old Mutual insurance company, to court for allegedly refusing to pay $30 000 indemnity compensation after his insured car was destroyed by fire last year. BY SILAS NKALA Kennedy Senzai, in summons filed at the Bulawayo High Court early this month, claimed that the vehicle …

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‘Vote ED to conclude Op Restore Legacy’

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Reporter Operation Restore Legacy, which reached tipping point with a nationwide march on November 18 last year and paved way for the new political dispensation in Zimbabwe, will be concluded by voting for President Mnangagwa on July 30, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga said yesterday. VP Chiwenga encouraged …

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141 candidates jostle for Masvingo’s 26 constituencies

A RECORD nine candidates want to represent Masvingo Urban constituency in the next House of Assembly, while 141 candidates also successfully filed their nomination papers for the province’s 26 constituencies. By Tatenda Chitagu The nine are Taguma Benjamin Mazarire (Zanu PF), Sam Chapfudza (Independent), Paul Nyashanu (Independent), Lovemore Chevure (United …

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Porous Borders – How The Country Loses Millions to Smuggling Syndicates

THE government could be losing millions of dollars in revenue via its north-eastern port of entry at Forbes Border Post due to under-declaration and false classification of goods by importers to evade paying the correct taxes as corruption takes its toll, border officials, clearing agents and others have said With …

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Gays Praise Mnangagwa

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has received rare praise from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community for abandoning his predecessor Robert Mugabe’s politics of discrimination, hatred and intolerance. Mugabe was a fervent critic of homosexuals, and was known for making homophobic statements over the years. He often described homosexuals …

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Uruguay snatch late winner against Egypt

Uruguay snatched a late winner as they began their World Cup campaign with a dramatic victory over Egypt, who left Mohamed Salah on the bench. BBC Jose Gimenez headed powerfully into the net in the 90th minute as he met Carlos Sanchez’s free-kick to give the South Americans a winning …

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