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Zimbabwe: Miner Seeks Grace’s Eviction From Mazowe Farm

By Mary Taruvinga Embattled former First Lady Grace Mugabe has been dragged to court by a Mazowe gold miner Langton Chapungu who is claiming ownership of Smithfields farm in Mazowe. The property is where Grace’s orphanage is located. Chapungu wants late former President Robert Mugabe’s widow and everyone residing at …

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Zimbabwe: Yet Another Zimbabwe Comedian Lands Netflix Role

By Paidashe Mandivengerei Local comedian Nigel Maritinyu, ‘Tha Slick Pastor’ continues to make strides in his acting career after landing a role in a Netflix movie. The comedian, also a motivational speaker, joins other Zimbabwean content creators to ink a deal with the production company, rising from just skit performers …

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Zimbabwe: Lawless Demolitions Fuel Corruption

By Lovejoy Mutongwiza The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) says the ongoing demolitions in Harare and Chitungwiza are fueling corruption as they are not done in accordance with the law. In a statement Thursday, CHRA called upon the government and local authorities to follow the law and desist from acting …

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Zimbabwe: JSC Shuts Down Seven Courts As Third Wave Grips Zim

By Shorai Murwira The Judicial Services Commission has announced the closure of seven district and provincial courts after recording Covid-19 positive cases. In a statement on Wednesday, JSC Secretary, Walter Chikwanha said the closing down of courts was to allow for fumigation of the facilities. “We are currently in the …

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Southern Africa: SADC to Deploy Troops in Mozambique

Fungi Kwaramba — SADC member states have resolved to deploy a force to help Mozambique contain insurgency in its northern provinces where terrorists have left a trail of destruction that also threatens regional peace. The decision was adopted at the 16-member regional bloc Extraordinary Summit that was held in Maputo, …

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