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Sandi-Moyo, Mahoka face Zanu PF guillotine

ZANU PF women’s league will today stage demonstrations at provincial party headquarters in Harare to force the ouster of top wing members accused of undermining First Lady Grace Mugabe, NewsDay has learnt BY STAFF REPORTERS Eunice Sandi-Moyo The demonstrations target Grace’s deputy in the women’s league, Eunice Sandi-Moyo and treasurer …

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NRZ sues company over failure to supply bolts

STRUGGLING parastal National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has sued a bolts manufacturing company in Bulawayo for over $17 700 after it failed to supply a paid order to the parastatal. BY SILAS NKALA NRZ filed summons for commencing action at the Bulawayo High Court on March 14 citing Winkel Marketing …

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MDC-T respite for flood victims

THE MDC-T Matabeleland North leadership has pulled resources together to donate food and an assortment of goods to Tsholotsho flood victims, who were temporarily sheltered in tents at Sipepa Clinic. BY NQOBANI NDLOVU Some of the Tsholotsho flood victims temporarily sheltered in tents at Sipepa Clinic recently A delegation led …

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PYD laud court judgment on police brutality

THE Platform for Youth Development (PYD) has applauded the judgment in which a Chipinge magistrate ordered the Zimbabwe Republic Police to compensate six villagers from Chinyamukwakwa, whom they assaulted during a misunderstanding with ethanol producing company Green Fuel in 2015. BY OBEY MANAYITI PYD, which has been fighting for the …

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Court confirms Zipam order to pay ex-workers

LABOUR Court judge Justice Lillian Hove, has confirmed the ruling by a labour officer compelling the Zimbabwe Institute of Public Administration and Management (Zipam) to pay nearly $300 000 to 21 ex-employees, who, last year, won a labour dispute against the institution. BY CHARLES LAITON In her determination in a …

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