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Cops bash colleague’s husband

Andile Tshuma, Court Reporter TWO Bulawayo cops have been arrested after they allegedly assaulted a civilian who had visited his police officer wife at a police station. Constables Samson Machimbiza and Amos Dzenga appeared before Bulawayo provincial magistrate Ms Gladmore Mushowe charged with assault. They were initially remanded out of …

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4 nabbed over $6 000 Vic Falls airport theft

Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls FOUR villagers from Lupinyu near the Victoria Falls International Airport have been arrested after they allegedly broke into a compound at the facility and stole household property worth more than $6 000. The compound was used by Chinese contractors, China Jiangsu, who were constructing the …

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New era beckons for universities

Professor Moyo Auxilia Katongomara in Havana, Cuba A NEW era is beckoning for the country’s tertiary education system as university authorities are planning to shift from mass production of graduates to quality that will help to drive industry and national development. Vice chancellors from the country’s universities say it is …

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More arrests over Vic Falls visa fraud

Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls Reporter THREE more immigration officers have been arrested in Victoria Falls, bringing to 10 the number of officers arrested for altering visas for visitors at ports of entry. Billy Nyasha (31) Shepherd Nyabanga (28) and MaClean Nhunge were arrested at Kazungula Border Post after allegedly pocketing …

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Mutsvangwa sings different tune

Cde Christopher Mutsvangwa Harare Bureau THE Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairperson Mr Christopher Mutsvangwa yesterday saluted President Mugabe for appreciating the country’s defence and security apparatus and his sterling role in nation building barely 24 hours after the association’s spokesperson Mr Douglas Mahiya criticised the Head of State …

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