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Jayesh Shah saved by prescription in US$1 million case

By Staff Reporter The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. CONTROVERSIAL businessman, Jayesh Shah, has escaped theft charges arising from a transaction with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) during the Leonard Tsumba-era when he and his company allegedly ripped a local bank of nearly US$1 million. This follows the partial success of …

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Zimbos ensure a nightmare of despair

By Cyril Zenda President Robert Mugabe “SURELY this is now the time to beat our swords into ploughshares, so we can attend to the problems of developing our economy and our society. My party recognises the fundamental principle that in constituting a government, it is necessary to be guided by …

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The great nut robbery: These machete-wielding gangs don’t want cash

Harare – Police in Zimbabwe’s southern Chipinge district have had to help farmers step up security after machete-wielding robbers began targeting a new and lucrative loot: macadamia nuts. The state-controlled Manica Post says in its latest edition that police in the area have seized tons of stolen macadamia nuts since …

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Zim’s desperate gold rush sucks in cops

Police officers have joined scores of illegal gold diggers hacking away at the verdant hills in remote Matabeleland South, glimpsing an opportunity to shore up their meagre salaries, but inflicting an intractable problem of environmental degradation. Speaking in the Senate last week, MDC Senator for Matabeleland South, Sithembile Mlotshwa, called …

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Zuma unfazed by opposition

President Zuma has told supporters not to concern themselves with criticism by opposition parties, as that is the job of the opposition. South African President Jacob Zuma The president was speaking at his 75th birthday celebration, hosted by the ANC in Kliptown, Soweto, yesterday evening. President Zuma has received support …

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