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Zimbabwe: Chin’ono, Ngarivhume in Court

OPPOSITION politician and organiser of the planned July 31 mass protests Jacob Ngarivhume and political activist Hopewell Chin’ono yesterday appeared before the Harare Magistrates’ Courts charged with scheming against the Government. The pair is being accused of conspiring to mobilise anti-Government protests planned for July 31. They appeared before different …

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Zimbabwe: Expelled MPs Told to Return Cars

Parliament has demanded that all the 22 expelled legislators return the vehicles they got under its car loan scheme or face legal action. In an interview, Clerk of Parliament, Mr Kennedy Chokuda said that legislators who wish to keep the vehicles will have to pay off the difference. The MDC-T …

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Zimbabwe: U.S.$946,000 for Wenimbe Dam Rehab

Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has proposed a budget of US$946 159 for the rehabilitation of water infrastructure at Wenimbe dam, which is the only source of clean water in Marondera. This comes after the main source of water for Marondera town, Rufaro dam, has become heavily polluted with raw …

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Zimbabwe: Lockdown Measures Heeded . . . As Cases Surpass 2 000

There was significant greater compliance with lockdown regulations yesterday, along with tightening of their enforcement, as the number of confirmed cases rose by 214 to 2 034 with 1 046 being local infections. Of the 214 new confirmed cases, 124 were among returning residents in formal quarantine and 90 were …

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Zimbabwe: Huge Boost for Cyclone Idai Victims

Government has received a boost for the construction of houses for people displaced by Cyclone Idai last year, which will see the first batch of about 50 houses being constructed by the end of this year. Cyclone Idai hit the Eastern parts of Zimbabwe on March 15 last year, and …

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Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF, War Vets Warn Instigators

ZANU PF and veterans of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle yesterday warned opposition parties that are working in connivance with some Western embassies to subvert the will of the people through illegal demonstrations that any such attempts will be met with equal force. In separate Press conferences, Zanu PF acting spokesperson Cde …

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Zimbabwe: Corruption – Harare Mayor Expected in Court

HARARE Mayor Herbert Gomba has been arrested on charges related to land scams and is expected to appear in court today. Gomba was reportedly picked up by the police on Monday night and was yesterday still assisting police with investigations into land scams and deals that have already seen council …

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Zimbabwe: State-of-the-Art Town House, Clinic for Ruwa

Ruwa Local Board, which is eyeing municipal status is building a state-of-the-art double storey town house and clinic that are almost 80 percent complete. The new town house is expected to be complete by end of year or beginning of 2021 and will ensure that all the local authority’s departments …

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Zimbabwe: More Funds for Beitbridge-Harare Highway

THE Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) is working on a supplementary budget for road authorities following the recent increase in tariffs, board chairman Engineer Michael Madanha has said. Tolling tariffs have been pushed up to $45 from $10 for light motor vehicles and the improvement of road infrastructure is now …

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