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Bear With Us, Minister Chinamasa Tells ZRP

Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa says Treasury’s failure to meet the needs of the police force was largely due to declining revenue inflows. At a passout parade for 486 police officers in Harare yesterday, Minister Chinamasa said the situation was temporary and urged...
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Zanu-PF Chefs Embroiled in Hwange Coal U.S.$200 Million Scam

SENIOR Zanu PF officials, Tendai Savanhu and Fred Moyo, also deputy ministers for Lands and Mines respectively, are embroiled in a serious corruption scam in which Hwange Colliery Company and its subsidiary Hwange Coal Gasification Company (HCGC) lost close to US$200 million through “massive externalisation...
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Rising Rape Cases – ‘Zim Must Go Back to Basics’

A two-year-old girl from Bindura was kidnapped from the comfort of her family home by two men who broke into their home. After helping themselves to the family’s hard-earned belongings, the criminals took the little crying baby to a nearby mountain where they took turns...
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Fake Cop Impounds, Steals Car

A man masquerading as a police officer reportedly impounded a vehicle bearing Botswana registration numbers and drove to the Criminal Investigation Department Vehicle Theft Squad premises before stealing it. Stephen Muzengeza (28) of No. 9983 Budiriro 5A in Harare appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Tendai...
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Man Cracks Egg At Court – Witchcraft! Rules Judge

THE controversial conviction and sentencing Wednesday of a Chitungwiza man on witchcraft charges has provoked legal debate with experts saying Zimbabwean courts are, by law, not competent to differentiate witchcraft from common acts. Lovemore Jochoma, 27, of Unit G in Chitungwiza was sentenced to an...
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Govt Must Root Out Entrenched Corruption

SIX years ago while on a flight to Harare I was seated next to a cabinet minister who had been a friend for many years. Approximately half-way through the flight he enquired as to the purpose of my trip to Harare. I responded that I...
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ZBC Boss Claimed $100 000 Van Cost U.S.$1 Million

THE suspended Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation chief executive was questioned and released by police Thursday over allegations he inflated the price of an outside bradcasting van acquired from China. Police confirmed that Happison Muchechetere was been picked up for questioning and released. “He (Muchechetere) has been...
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