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Zimbabwe Opposition Vows to Reject Mugabe Win

Photo: Laura Angela Bagnetto/RFI Movement for Democratic Change supporters (file photo). By Marcus Mushonga Harare — TROUBLED Zimbabwe appears heading for further tensions ahead of next year’s general elections after long-time opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, said his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party would reject a victory for incumbent Robert …

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Chinoz – Government Should Pay for MPs’ Ford Ranger Cars

Photo: Financial Gazette Ruling party MP Joseph Chinotimba in parliament. (file photo). BUHERA South Zanu PF legislator Joseph Chinotimba has suggested that the that government scraps outstanding loan repayments for Ford Ranger vehicles currently being used by MPs. The legislators accessed the vehicles through a loan scheme arranged by the …

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Zim Diasporans Begging for Land, Says Grace Mugabe

Photo: The Herald First Lady Grace Mugabe (file photo). FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe says she is having sleepless nights fielding phone calls from exiled Zimbabweans now desperate for land after running away from country at the height of her husband’s farm grabs. President Robert Mugabe’s controversial land reforms are said …

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State witness in fraud case challenges his arrest

A HARARE man who is accused of fraud yesterday filed an application for his case to be referred to the Constitutional Court, saying the State broke the immunity bestowed on him after becoming a State witness. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Delish Nguwaya, who appeared before magistrate Themba Kuwanda, is being charged …

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Parly committee wants Mines secretary fired

THE Daniel Shumba-led Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines yesterday recommended that the Civil Service Commission recalls Mines secretary Francis Gudyanga for his alleged abuse of the country’s diamond revenue. BY VENERANDA LANGA In a report issued on the consolidation of diamond companies, Shumba also said Gudyanga should be charged with …

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