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Soldier assaults two villagers over bribery

POLICE in Beitbridge are investigating a case in which a suspected member of the Zimbabwe National Army assaulted two villagers allegedly for refusing to give him a bribe. BY REX MPHISA The suspected soldier, who was armed, allegedly beat up the two women on Tuesday this week after an altercation …

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ED reads riot act to universities

From George Maponga in Masvingo President Mnangagwa yesterday challenged universities to stop taking pride in high enrolment figures and glamorous infrastructure and focus on providing answers to the country’s aspirations. He said this in his acceptance speech after being installed Great Zimbabwe University Chancellor at the institution’s 12th graduation ceremony. …

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Biti to chair Parly’s Public Accounts Committee

HARARE East MP Tendai Biti will chair Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee, while his Norton counterpart Temba Mliswa will head the committee on mines, Speaker of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda, announced on Thursday. BY VENERANDA LANGA The committees are among the 19 which will play an oversight role on the …

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Buyanga’s hands are clean: AG

THE Attorney-General’s Office yesterday said businessman Mr Frank Buyanga was free to conduct property transfers in Zimbabwe as they had only launched a probe into his dealings in the wake of complaints by people who lost properties they surrendered as surety for loans. The probe was, however, dropped after it …

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ZCTU activists granted bail

TWENTY Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) activists who were arrested in Mutare on Thursday on allegations of attending an illegal gathering with intent to promote violence were yesterday granted bail by a magistrate’s court. BY KENNETH NYANGANI /BRENNA MATENDERE The 20, who included ZCTU regional manager Tenson Muchefa, were …

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