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Zacc probes 7 ex-council bosses over salarygate

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has opened investigations into how former Harare town clerk Tendai Mahachi and six other senior council officials allegedly siphoned over $1 million through dubious allowances and perks. BY XOLISANI NCUBE While council parted ways with Mahachi four years ago, it has resolved to part ways …

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Kasukuwere appeals to High Court

Former Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere, who is facing charges of abuse of office for allegedly parcelling out land illegally, has approached the High Court again, seeking an order to quash trial proceedings and to set aside regional magistrate Hoseah Mujaya’s ruling denying his previous application for an exception to …

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Teachers vow to soldier on

Teachers, who are on a 270km protest march from Mutare to Harare, have vowed to soldier on until they reach their destination, saying they are determined to send a message to government that their conditions of service were unbearable. BY OBEY MANAYITI Members of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of …

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Recreational land turned into residential stands

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Youth, Sports and Arts has raised concern over the conversion of land set aside for recreational facilities into residential stands as well as lack of sporting facilities for people living with disabilities (PWDs). BY VENERANDA LANGA This was revealed in the committee’s report presented in …

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Education Bill to solve enrolment crisis

GOVERNMENT is planning to introduce an Education Bill to tackle enrolment policies, among other issues affecting the sector. BY VENERANDA LANGA This was revealed by Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyambi last Wednesday in the National Assembly during the question-and-answer session. He was responding to a question by MDC Alliance legislator Lynette …

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