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Chivayo – President’s Office Refuses to Appear Before Parliament

THE deputy secretary to the president and cabinet Ray Ndhlukula has refused to appear before parliament to explain his office’s alleged involvement in the contentious Gwanda solar power plant. Parliament’s mines and energy portfolio committee is investigating the “unprocedural” awarding of the project to controversial tenderprenuer Wicknell Chivayo. Appearing before …

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Former Smm Employees Tell MPs of Squalid Living Conditions

Zvishavane — Former Shabanie Mashava Mine (SMM) employees still occupying company houses say they are living in squalid conditions and forced to collect drinking water from communal toilets. The asbestos miner shut down in 2004 and former employees have been resisting eviction from company houses to pave way for new …

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Government Shows Zim Has Nothing to Hide

It is pleasing to note that observers from different countries have begun arriving ahead of harmonised elections set to be held by July 31 this year. This exposes wild claims by people from some quarters that the Government was not committed to free and fair elections. The election date is …

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Chinotimba Slams Chamisa Over Double Standards

“We go about and say we want free and fair elections when free and fair elections were not done by the opposition party. She (Khupe) was harassed as the Vice President of the MDC, now she does not move freely because she is afraid.” Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba has …

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High Court Suspends Gweru Commission

By Munyaradzi Musiiwa Former Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s gross incompetence and abuse of office has been exposed by the Bulawayo High Court which nullified his suspension and subsequent dismissal of Gweru Town Clerk Mr Daniel Matawu. Mr Kasukuwere has also been ordered to recompense …

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