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Manzou Villagers Win Court Case

By Daniel Nemukuyu Villagers who lost property at Manzou Farm in Mazowe, through illegal evictions instigated by former First Lady Mrs Grace Mugabe last year, have started receiving compensation, with the first group of 14 receiving a combined figure of at least $30 000. Forty-one villagers had their property destroyed …

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High Court Blocks Coronation

The High Court yesterday blocked the planned coronation of Mr Bulelani Collen Lobengula Khumalo as King of the Ndebele on grounds that there was no law in the country allowing the establishment of a monarch. The coronation was scheduled for today. The ruling by Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Martin …

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ED, Mapanzure’s Boy Next Door

By Tendai Mugabe President Mnangagwa has seen it all in so far as Zimbabwean politics is concerned. He is a shrewd and invincible leader, currently steering Zimbabwe’s leadership train to its greatness. He is known in some circles as Ngwena, although he is of the Shumba Murambwi totem. The name …

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China Ups Preps for ED State Visit

Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Huang Ping yesterday paid a courtesy call on President Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa offices to brief him on preparations for his State visit to China next month. Addressing journalists after the meeting, Ambassador Huang said they were doing all they could to make the visit …

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Cops Warn Politicians

By Freeman Razemba and Samantha Chipoyera The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has said people who are forcing registered voters to surrender their voter registration slips risk being arrested and prosecuted. Both the police and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) have received reports of such incidents countrywide. In a statement on …

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