March 25, 2019
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EIGHT gold miners from Zhombe are on the run after stabbing two rival miners, leaving one dead and the other seriously injured before going on the run. Speaking to ZOOMZimbabwe, Midlands police spokesperson Inspector Joel Goko said one Dennis Moyo teamed up with his brothers and friends to assault rival miners following a dispute over […]Continue Reading
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A Silobela traditional healer has appeared before a Kwekwe magistrate for allegedly raping a form one pupil on numerous occasions. The self-proclaimed traditional healer, Fireman Ncube (45), appeared before magistrate Mr Tayengwa Sangster facing numerous charges of rape for allegedly forcing himself onto a 13-year-old pupil. He was remanded in custody to March 4. The […]Continue Reading
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MDC Youth Assembly leader Happymore Chidziva has been acquitted in a case in which he stood accused of causing violence in the period leading to the July 2018 elections. Chidziva had been charged with inciting violence after he allegedly threatened President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) with unspecified action at an MDC […]Continue Reading
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Zimbabwe’s government dropped its insistence that a quasi-currency known as bond notes trades at par with the dollar as it overhauled foreign-exchange trading and effectively devalued the securities. The measures are a step toward trying to create a new currency and stabilize Zimbabwe’s economy, which has been plunged into crisis as a shortage of foreign […]Continue Reading
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Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) chief executive Mr David Chawota yesterday appeared in court over allegations of authorising payment of $56 042,76 for promotional material without doing a comparative analysis. Chawota appeared before Harare magistrate Mrs Vongai Muchuchuti Guwuriro facing harges of criminal abuse of office and was granted Chawota $700 bail. He Continue Reading
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SOUTH African President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to lead a high-powered delegation to Zimbabwe next month to discuss bilateral issues affecting the two countries. In a statement, South Africa’s International Relations and Cooperation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said top on the agenda would be the issue of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West. “We are […]Continue Reading
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