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Zimbabwe: July Moyo Fumes As 50 Percent Bulawayo Teachers Stay At Home

Fifty percent teaching staff in Bulawayo Metropolitan province has not been attending school as of Friday last week, a senior ministry official has revealed. Speaking at the Bulawayo Metropolitan inter-ministerial Covid-19 taskforce meeting Tuesday, Deputy Education Director Thabani Sibanda said 68 percent of students have been attending school with the …

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Zimbabwe: Kariba Corruption Case, More Details Emerge

By Walter Nyamukondiwa Kariba Bureau — Kariba municipality officials are accused of fraudulently obtaining personal vehicle loans of US$181 484, paid off by council while an MDC Alliance councillor influenced the selection of her company to supply materials for the Kariba People’s Market, details have emerged. Town clerk Richard Kamhoti, …

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Zimbabwe: Parliament Approves Amendments to Constitution

By Kitsepile Nyathi Zimbabwe’s parliament on Tuesday approved proposed amendments to the constitution removing a clause on electing vice presidents, a move critics say is meant to entrench President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s rule. The raft of amendments came a fortnight after the Senate voted for another amendment that will see the …

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Zimbabwe: Dete Man Found With 7 Ivory Pieces

A Dete man has been arrested after being found with seven elephant tusks. ZimParks rangers ambushed Delight Moyo of Dopota village after getting a tip-off by a ranger Phinos Mudenda that some people were in possession of ivory. In a statement, police said Moyo was found in the company of …

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Zimbabwe: Rg Masango Trial Resumes

By Nyore Madzianike- THE trial of suspended Registrar-General Clement Masango, accused of flouting tender procedures when purchasing vehicles for his department is expected to resume this Friday at the Harare Magistrates Court. Masango is being charged with criminal abuse of office. The investigating officer in the matter, Eric Chacha, is …

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Zimbabwe: Chombo Challenges Placement On Remand

By Nyore Madzianike- FORMER Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo accused of corruptly parcelling out State land and duping home seekers through his cooperative, is now seeking removal from remand. Chombo is being charged with six sets of corruption-related charges that involve allegations that between 2000 and 2015 he was illegally parcelling …

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Zimbabwe: Robbers Get Away With Us$51 000 in House Raid

By Victor Maphosa- Police have launched a manhunt for five suspects who pounced on a house in Glen Lorne, Harare, on Wednesday last week and got away with US$51 000. The suspects first held the occupants hostage and later robbed them of cash and other valuables worth thousands of dollars. …

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