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Muchechetere Faces Criminal Charges

There was drama at the Rotten Row court yesterday as Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) suspended chief executive officer, Happison Muchechetere tried to avoid photographers. Muchechetere who had appeared in court facing three criminal charges, attempted to leave through the back door but upon realising that...
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300 Unregistered Vehicles Impounded

Police have impounded more than 300 unregistered cars in an operation to clamp down on robbery and other crimes committed using unmarked vehicles. Harare provincial police spokesperson Inspector Tadius Chibanda yesterday said the operation began last week under the code name “No to tobacco middlemen,...
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Mliswa Defends U.S $165 Million ‘Extortion’ Bid

ZANU PF legislator Temba Mliswa has defended pursuing businessman Conrad “Billy” Rautenbach over some $165 million in “facilitation fees” for helping link the tycoon with influential ruling party officials. According to the Herald newspaper, Mliswa, Zanu PF’s Mashonaland West provincial chairman, claims to have helped...
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Accused Puts Blame On ‘Rogue’ Spirit

A man accused of instituting witch-hunts told a court that he was possessed by malevolent spirits when he conducted his purges because the spirit that normally channels through him is “disciplined”. “I must have been possessed by some other unknown evil spirits Your Worship, for...
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Kereke Appeal Struck Off Roll

RMC Hospital owner Dr Munyaradzi Kereke’s appeal challenging the High Court decision forcing him to pay US$1,7 million to the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority in tax arrears for the past three years was yesterday struck off the roll for non-compliance with court rules. The case, which...
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Man Detained in Car Boot for 5 Hours

A 32-YEAR-OLD Bulawayo man was robbed of his cellphone at knife point before being shoved into the boot of the car where he was detained by his assailant for nearly five hours. Bongani Malane of Gwabalanda said he was on his way home from work...
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Hold Your Horses, Tomana Told

The Supreme Court has barred the Prosecutor-General (formerly Attorney General) from contesting the acquittal of Harare lawyer Mr Alec Muchadehama and a High Court clerk, Ms Constance Gambara, on charges of contempt of court. Mr Muchadehama of Mbidzo, Muchadehama and Makoni law firm and Justice...
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