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Zimbabwe: Combined Effort Needed to Thwart Ritual Murders

EDITORIAL The murder of three children for what appears to be ritual purposes in just seven months is a worrying dark cloud over Zimbabwe and requires action at both community level and among a number of sections of society. These are not the first such killings, perhaps just the best …

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Zimbabwe: Life-Changing Skills for Inmates

Hurungwe Farm Prison is training convicts on basic skills so they can be self-employed and self-supporting when they are released. Skills include carpentry, piggery, sewing, tree planting , gardening, fishing, and farming among others. Speaking during a media tour at Hurungwe Farm Prison on Friday, Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service …

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Zimbabwe: Zna Officer Mayoyo Dies

Zimbabwe National Army senior officer Colonel Christopher Rufu Mayoyo, whose Chimurenga name was Charles Muchadura, has died. Col Mayoyo passed away last Friday at his Jatala Estates farm in Triangle. He was 63. In a statement yesterday, ZNA director Public Relations, Colonel Alphios Makotore said the army was saddened to …

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Zimbabwe: Dubious NGOs At It Again

By Herald Reporters MENDACIOUS non-governmental organisations that have often relied on soiling the image of the country to their Western handlers have been busy selling diplomats bottled smoke of so-called rights abuses in the country to get funding. This is despite the progress that has been made by the Second …

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Zimbabwe: Temporary Passport Reprieve for Mliswa

By Shorai Murwira Harare magistrate Tafadzwa Mhiti yesterday ordered for the release of outspoken Norton legislator Temba Mliswa’s passport to allow him to travel to Portugal and South Africa to conduct business. Mliswa’s passport was taken by the court as part of his bail conditions when he was arrested for …

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Zimbabwe: ‘I’m Now Wiser Than Before’ – Chamisa

By Alois Vinga MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa says the systematic attacks he and his party have received from the ruling Zanu PF and state institutions since 2018 have instead hardened him and transformed him into a wiser politician. Chamisa has for the past three years since the 2018 elections …

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Zimbabwe: Pair Jailed for Fight Over Late Charles Utete’s Farm

By James Muonwa A long standing ownership wrangle over a farm belonging to late chief secretary to the President and Cabinet, Charles Utete has landed two men in court for malicious damage to property. Andrew Murovi Machingura (39) and Phillip Pasipanodya (age unknown) appeared before Chinhoyi Magistrate Tapiwa Banda Monday …

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Zimbabweans Fed Up With Political Fights, Want Jobs, Food – Mwonzora

MDC-T president Douglas Mwonzora has said Zimbabweans are fed up with engaging in daily, deadly, and partisan political fights and now yearn for jobs, food, and better medical care. He accused political leaders across the divide of continuing to believe that Zimbabweans were only interested in politics instead of development. …

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Zimbabwe: Funeral Parade for Copter Crash Victims

By Columbus Mabika A funeral parade to honour two pilots and a technician who died in a helicopter crash in Goromonzi last week will be held by the Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) on Friday. The pilots are Wing Commander Thomas Tinashe Manyowa and Flight Lieutenant Anita Mapiye while the …

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Zimbabwe: Mamombe Trial Date Set

By Court Reporters The trial date for MDC Alliance’s Joana Mamombe and seven other political activists who are charged with participating in an illegal demonstration sometime in May last year, has been set for next month. Mamombe, Cecilia Chimbiri, Netsai Marova, Lovejoy Chitengu, Stanley Manyenga, Obey Tererai Sithole and Makomborero …

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