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Grace Mugabe Tormented Mazowe Villagers Face Fresh Eviction Threats

By Robert Tapfumaneyi THOUSANDS of villagers in Mazowe, once tormented by then First Lady Grace Mugabe 2016 and 17, now face fresh eviction worries, this time in the hands of the country’s lands ministry which has earmarked their land for redistribution to a suspected top government official. The close to …

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Dutch Ambassador Urges Government Release of Violence Probe Report

By Idah Mhetu Netherlands ambassador to Zimbabwe, Barbara van Hellemond has urged the Zimbabwean government to release the findings of the Commission of Inquiry into the country’s post-election violence of August 1. The disturbances saw six civilians gunned down by what is widely believed to be members of the national …

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Police urged to set up base at violence hotspots

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has been implored to intensify monitoring of violence hotspots in Harare during the Christmas period, particularly bus terminuses, where women and other citizens can no longer move freely for fear of harassment, rape or murder. BY VENERANDA LANGA This was raised by Katswe Sistahood, an …

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ZTV caught in albinism storm

VARIOUS human rights groups have slammed self-proclaimed healer Patriarch Nyaude who appeared on Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) TV on Monday, claiming albinism was a result of witchcraft. BY OBEY MANAYITI/TAFADZWA MUTACHA Nyaude claimed that a concoction made from a mixture of dried termites and soil from a pregnant woman’s footprint …

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Ratepayers owe Mutare $52m

BY KENNETH NYANGANI “There is no need to be confrontational against each other (residents and council). It is a long journey and it starts with a single step; there is need for strong engagement and we have been meeting our residents from time to time,” Tandi said yesterday. “Our engagements …

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