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External Auditors to Probe ZRP Scam

Government will engage the services of a private audit firm to carry out a probe into the financial irregularities rocking the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) after it emerged that some senior commanders of the force had directed unsanctioned salary deductions and abused millions of dollars collected at roadblocks, among other …

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Cabman, Friend Accused of Raping Girl (9)

By Timo Shihepo A 34-year-old pirate taxi driver from Mverechena Village in Domboshava and his friend allegedly took turns to rape a nine-year-old school girl whom they waylaid on her way from school. Sonny Kaswaurere, who pirates around Westgate, appeared before Harare magistrate Mrs Rumbidzayi Mugwagwa facing charges of rape …

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Gutu Man in Court for Raping Girl (5)

A 25-year-old man from Gutu appeared in court for allegedly waylaying a Grade 5 girl on her way from school and raping her. The man (who cannot be named to conceal the identity of the juvenile) of Chartsworth resettlement area under Chief Serima has since appeared before Masvingo magistrate Mr …

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ED Speaks On Mugabe Package, Immunity

By Takunda Maodza President Mnangagwa yesterday opened up on former President Robert Mugabe’s retirement package and the immunity status of the ex-First Lady in an interview in Davos, Switzerland, where he is attending the World Economic Forum. He dismissed media reports suggesting that the former president got a $10 million …

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Human, Wildlife Conflict Claims 40

Wild animals killed 40 people and injured 30 in 2017, as human -wildlife conflict continues, especially in areas close to conservancies. Speaking at a pass out parade of rangers and dog handlers in Hwange recently, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said 95 animals were killed to save …

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Judges Up Performance

By Nokutenda Chiyangwa Chief Justice Luke Malaba has commended judges of superior courts and magistrates for a marked improvement in their performance in the 2017 judicial year. The Judiciary boss attributed the impressive performance to hard work and the adoption of a hands-on supervision approach by heads of the respective …

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Commercial Court to Open This Year – Malaba

The Judicial Services Commission is finalising administrative mechanisms to ensure that the long-awaited Commercial Court (ComCourt) becomes operational this year, Chief Justice Luke Malaba has said. “The establishment of this court will have some positive implications as it is being set up in line with the government policy on ease …

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First Lady Leads Fight Against HIV, Aids

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday met UNAIDS country director Mr Girmay Haile at Zimbabwe House and pledged to play a national and international advocacy role in the fight against HIV and Aids. In a meeting held at the First Lady’s office at Zimbabwe House, Mr Haile briefed the First Lady …

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