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Harare Couple Loses U.S $5000 in Cash to Robbers

A Harare couple lost US$5 000 cash while another one lost gold and diamond rings to armed robbers who raided their homes in separate incidents, as such cases increases, according to the police. National police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi expressed concern over such cases...
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Temba Mliswa Responds to Charges [analysis]

This is the first part of the transcript of the address to the media made by Temba Mliswa yesterday. The second part will be published tomorrow HOW can a shareholder constitute to a scandal, it’s the first I have heard that. That a proper business...
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Fatal End to Cigarette Row

A 22-YEAR-OLD man from Silobela died after being struck on the head with an axe by his 17-year-old cousin in a fight over a cigarette. Midlands police spokesperson Inspector Joel Goko said the incident took place on March 23 at around 7pm. Busisani Moyo of...
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Teachers’ Union Boss Granted Bail

Teachers Union of Zimbabwe chief executive officer Manuel Nyawo and public relations officer Michael Kosana appeared in court yesterday for allegedly denying police access to financial documents linked to alleged misuse of US$563 623 in a housing project. Nyawo (43) is jointly charged with Kosana...
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Tomana Calls for Laws to Fight Corruption

Government should capacitate institutions mandated to fight corruption while creating an enabling legal framework if the country is to win the fight against the scourge that has become endemic, Prosecutor General Mr Johannes Tomana said yesterday. Mr Tomana, who is also the acting Attorney-General, said...
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Gumbura Fresh Rape Trial Postponed Again

THE trial of convicted RMG End Time Message leader Robert Martin Gumbura for allegedly raping a girl he had adopted failed to start yesterday after the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service failed to bring prisoners to court owing to logistical challenges. Gumbura, who is serving...
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Zifa’s Perjury Storm

A CIVIL suit, in which zifa were dragged to the High Court by local aertising firm, CMampA, over non-payment of an aertorial, produced and flighted in local newspapers for the association in 2010, could have exposed the its president, Cuthbert Dube, to perjury. The aertorial,...
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