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New magistrates urged to shun corruption

Chief magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe yesterday swore in three new magistrates at the Harare Magistrates’ Court, bringing to 201 the number of judicial officers countrywide. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Law Society of Zimbabwe president Misheck Hogwe The three are Perseverance Makala, Isabel Nyoni and Amanda Muridzo. Guvamombe said there were 49 vacant …

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Hauna has lost its glitter

Hauna Growth Point in Mutasa district, Manicaland, is struggling to recover its lost glitter. By OWN CORRESPONDENT Mutarazi Falls, in Hauna, used to attract hordes of tourists Tucked away in the easternmost part of Zimbabwe, two to three kilometres from the border with Mozambique, deep in agriculturally-rich Honde Valley, Hauna …

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Zanu PF supporters disrupt Chinhoyi Bill hearing

Participants disrupted the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee hearing on the National Peace and Reconciliation Bill at Cooksey Hall in Chinhoyi yesterday. BY NUNURAI JENA The hearing ended prematurely after participants largely from Zanu PF and MDC-T started shoving each other and burst into singing party songs. The ensuing commotion was triggered …

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Businessman Lupepe sued over $29 000 debt

FORMER Amazulu Football Club proprietor and Zimpapers board chairperson Delma Lupepe is embroiled in a legal wrangle with the Nissi Global (Pvt) Ltd, which is suing him over non-servicing of a loan amounting to over $29 000 that he borrowed sometime last year. BY SILAS NKALA Nissi Global filed summons …

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Grace in fresh land grab

First Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly renewed her bid to evict villagers at Arnold Farm in Mazowe to expand her business empire following disclosures that the Lands ministry officials this week started parcelling the farm to pave way for the First Family. By Xolisani Ncube First Lady Grace Mugabe Desperate …

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