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Security Firm Sues Zifa, Chiyangwa

The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) and its president Dr Philip Chiyangwa have been separately sued by a local security company for failing to pay a $54 000 debt for guard services. National Eye Security (Pvt) Limited provided security at Zifa House in Harare, while Dr Chiyangwa enjoyed the same services …

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Return to Work, Govt Tells Doctors

Government is calling on some doctors, who went on strike yesterday, to return to work as it looks into their grievances. Some doctors went on strike yesterday even though the law prohibits them from embarking on industrial action as they provide essential services. Reports say 35 out of 237 doctors …

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West Indies Jet in for World Cup Qualifier

West Indies Cricket team, the Windies received a rousing welcome at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare on Sunday evening as they became the first team to arrive for the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 set for 4-25 March in Zimbabwe. A traditional dance group put on …

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MMCZ Executives Acquitted

Harare regional magistrate Elijah Makomo has rapped former Mines ministry permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga as he acquitted two Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) executives who were facing fraud charges. Hannan Tongai Chitate and Richard Chingodza were facing accusations that they had fraudulently awarded themselves allowances and loans worth $625 …

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RTG Mulls Expansion

Listed hospitality group Rainbow Tourism Group is aggressively looking for expansion opportunities on projected growth in room demand after recent political developments that have brought a new ray of hope into the local market, CEO Tendai Madziwanyika has said. He projects Zimbabwe could in a year’s time struggle to meet …

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Trump’s U.S. Salutes Zimbabwe ‘National Hero’ Tsvangirai

THE United States government of President Donald Trump has lauded deceased Zimbabwean opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, as a national hero and political icon. Heather Nauert, spokesperson of the US Department of State, expressing her country’s condolences, said Tsvangirai fearlessly stood against injustice and tirelessly fought for peace and democratic principles. …

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Harare City Council Loses Land Row

The Harare City Council has been ordered to stop any more demolitions in Eyrestone Farm south of the capital and pay compensation for houses destroyed late last year. High Court Judge Edith Mushore ruled that the local authority had acted outside the law when it demolished people’s homes in the …

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Guarding the Constitution

In March, Zimbabwe will celebrate the fifth anniversary of its Constitution, which was approved by a popular referendum in 2013. The Constitution was one of the major achievements of the Inclusive Government which governed the country for four years between 2009 and 2013. Nevertheless, in the aftermath of the major …

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