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Zimbabwe: Mamombe Bail Application Dismissed

By Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter Bail will not be granted to MDC-Alliance members Joana Mamombe and Cecilia Chimbiri over their latest charges, the High Court has ruled. The two are remanded in custody on charges of breaching the recent level four national lockdown after convening a public gathering at …

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Zimbabwe: Residents Sue Zinara for Failing to Disclose Disbursements

By Alois Vinga A RESIDENTS group, the Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA), has instructed its attorneys to file a court application against Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) over its failure to disclose amounts disbursed for roads rehabilitation. CHRA was recently rattled by utterances made by the by ZINARA spokesperson, Tendai …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Partners EU to Build 24 New Hospitals

By Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Government has expressed commitment to foster transparency and accountability in the use of donor funding extended towards the country’s health sector to ensure continuity of programmes and establishment of new hospitals. Zimbabwe’s health sector has in the past seven years, received support amounting to US$160 million from …

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Zimbabwe: We’ve Nothing to Do With Recalls – Zanu-PF

By Joseph Madzimure ZANU-PF has dismissed allegations by the United States that it is involved in the recall of opposition members from Parliament. Speaking at a press briefing at the sidelines of the 350th Politburo session at the party headquarters, the Secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Simon Khaya Moyo …

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Zimbabwe: About Share Capital of Private Companies

By Godknows Hofisi This articles touches on areas of interest to many entrepreneurs and executives. It is about ownership of a private company. Section 2 of the Companies and Other Business Entities Act (“COBE Act”) or (“the Act”) defines a share as a share in the capital of a company. …

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Zimbabwe: Biotech Boss Gets Bail

By Prosper Dembedza Court Correspondent HARARE Magistrate Mr Stanford Mambanje has granted $50 000 bail to National Biotechnology Authority chief executive officer Jonathan Mufandaedza who is facing 22 counts of criminal abuse of office and one of fraud. As part of his bail conditions the accused was ordered to surrender …

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Zimbabwe: Ministry, Nust Ink Climate Deal

The Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry has signed a Partnership Agreement on climate change mainstreaming research programme with the National University for Science and Technology (NUST), an accord which seeks to roll out programmes and projects that supports climate adaptation. Under the agreement, the participating universities will …

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Zimbabwe: Flooded River Sweeps Lorry, Kills Two

By George Maponga in Masvingo Two people have been confirmed dead while three others remain unaccounted for after a lorry they were travelling in was swept away by a flooded river in Chikombedzi on Monday. The 8-tonne DAF truck was being driven by Josphat Kwembeva (42) from Chiredzi town to …

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Zimbabwe: First Lady Hails Indigenous Crops

By Tendai Rupapa in Masvingo GOD blessed Zimbabwe with an array of indigenous crops of high nutritional and medicinal value which its citizens can fully exploit for national benefit, First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has said. Speaking at her cookout traditional meal competition here yesterday, the First Lady said it was …

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