3 member tribunal set up to investigate the suitability of Bulawayo High Court Judge Justice Thompson James Mabhikwa for alleged misconduct, sexual harassment and possessing pornographic material

3 member tribunal set up to investigate the suitability of Bulawayo High Court Judge Justice Thompson James  Mabhikwa for alleged misconduct, sexual harassment and possessing pornographic material

3 member tribunal set up to investigate the suitability of Bulawayo High Court Judge Justice Thompson James Mabhikwa who is being charged for alleged misconduct, sexual harassment and possessing pornographic material. The tribunal is made up of Retired Justice Maphios Cheda, who has been appointed chairperson, Mr Chaka Mashoko and Mrs Phillipa Magnify Phillips as members, while Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mrs Virginia Mabiza, is the secretary of…

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ZAMBIA’s founding President, (97) has died at a military hospital in Lusaka where he was being treated for pneumonia.

ZAMBIA’s founding President, (97) has died at a military hospital in Lusaka where he was being treated for pneumonia.

ZAMBIA’s founding President, (97) has died at a military hospital in Lusaka where he was being treated for pneumonia. His son Kambarage, posted on his Facebook page confirming his father’s death. “I am sad to inform (members) we have lost Mzee. Let’s pray for him,” posted Kambarage. Kaunda became the Zambian President in 1964 when the country won its independence from Britain and he led the country until 1991. The former Zambian President is known…

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Bona Mugabe and husband Simbarashe Mutsahuni challenge the reduction of their 1 800-hectare Mazowe farm.

Bona Mugabe and husband Simbarashe Mutsahuni challenge the  reduction of  their 1 800-hectare Mazowe farm.

Bona Mugabe and husband Simbarashe Mutsahuni challenge the reduction of their 1 800-hectare Mazowe farm. The couple cited Lands minister anxious Masuka and attorney-general Prince Machaya as respondents. This was after Masuka published the rural Land (Farm sizes) (amendment) regulations, 2020 (No 2) (SI 41 of 2020) on February 14, 2020, to facilitate the reduction of commercial sizes for redistribution to other farmers. Mutsahuni and his wife said the SI was unconstitutional as the minister…

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PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has fired High Court judge Justice Erica Ndewere for gross incompetence following recommendations by a tribunal, which he appointed to probe her suitability to continue in office.

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has fired High Court judge Justice Erica Ndewere for gross incompetence following recommendations by a tribunal, which he appointed to probe her suitability to continue in office.

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has fired High Court judge Justice Erica Ndewere for gross incompetence following recommendations by a tribunal, which he appointed to probe her suitability to continue in office. Last year President Mnangagwa appointed a three-member tribunal to investigate Justice Ndewere’s alleged misconduct following a recommendation by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC). The JSC accused Justice Ndewere of failure to clear her workload in reasonable time and failure to properly study the file on a…

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BULAWAYO FAWCETT SECURITY GUARD shot in the head with an AK-47 rifle by armed robbers on Monday night.

BULAWAYO FAWCETT SECURITY GUARD   shot  in the head with an AK-47 rifle by armed robbers  on Monday night.

The security company’s Alarms Reaction Team reacted to a break-in at a company in Bulawayo’s industrial area where five armed robbers had broken into the company’s premises and attempted to blow open a safe.The company’s managing director, Andrew Liang, in a letter to clients on Tuesday, said “two of our staff were injured, fortunately not serious. One was shot in the head, apparently with an AK47 rifle, though the bullet creased the skull, and the…

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KARIBA, HURUNGWE AND KWEKWE, have been identified as hotspots resulting in them being placed under localised lockdown to stem the spread of the corona virus

KARIBA, HURUNGWE AND KWEKWE,  have been identified as hotspots resulting in them being placed under localised lockdown to stem the spread of the corona virus

KARIBA, HURUNGWE AND KWEKWE, have been identified as hotspots resulting in them being placed under localised lockdown to stem the spread of the corona virusThe current Covid-19 outbreak in Kariba has pushed the demand for vaccination, resulting in stock-out of the critical preventive and protective jabs. All the Sinopharm doses have been dispensed for the first and second jabs while only the second jab remains for the Sinovac vaccine.Kariba, together with Hurungwe and Kwekwe have…

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MNANGAGWA’S NEPHEW TEMBA MLISWA FACES, contempt of Parliament for allegedly abusing other Members Parliament

MNANGAGWA’S NEPHEW TEMBA MLISWA FACES, contempt of Parliament for allegedly abusing other Members Parliament

MNANGAGWA’S NEPHEW TEMBA MLISWA FACES, contempt of Parliament for allegedly abusing other Members Parliament. Norton Member of Parliament, Mr Temba Mliswa might have landed himself in trouble this afternoon after Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Tsitsi Gezi said she will rule tomorrow whether the legislator is not in contempt of Parliament for allegedly abusing other Members Parliament.Deputy Speaker Gezi ejected Mr Mliswa this afternoon for disorderly conduct and said she will make a ruling on…

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15 JUNE 1919, ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO, CAPTAIN JOHN ALCOCK AND ENGLISH PILOT ARTHUR WHITTEN BROWN flew across the Atlantic, the First Nonstop Transatlantic Flight with the help of a sextant, whisky and coffee in 1919 just eight years before Charles Lindbergh’s flight.

15 JUNE 1919,  ONE HUNDRED  YEARS AGO,  CAPTAIN JOHN ALCOCK AND ENGLISH PILOT ARTHUR WHITTEN BROWN flew across the Atlantic, the First Nonstop Transatlantic Flight with the help of a sextant, whisky and coffee in 1919 just eight years before Charles Lindbergh’s flight.

15 JUNE 1919, ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO, CAPTAIN JOHN ALCOCK AND ENGLISH PILOT ARTHUR WHITTEN BROWN flew across the Atlantic, the First Nonstop Transatlantic Flight with the help of a sextant, whisky and coffee in 1919 just eight years before Charles Lindbergh’s flight. The journey, by Alcock and Brown, both military pilots and prisoners of war during World War I was a 16 hour flight, in a rudimentary airplane in fog, clouds and snow with…

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SIMBA MASVAURE 44-a Milton Keynes UK based Zim man found guilty of 11 sexual offences against minors over 12 years.

SIMBA MASVAURE 44-a Milton Keynes UK based Zim man found guilty of 11 sexual offences against minors over 12 years.

SIMBA MASVAURE 44-a Milton Keynes UK based Zim man found guilty of 11 sex offences against children after a 10-day trial at Northampton Crown Court. Simba Masvaure, from Kingsfold, Bradville, Milton Keynes, was found guilty of sexual assault by penetration, attempted rape, and sexual activity with a child. The offences took place over a twelve-year period, in Northampton. The jury delivered their verdict last Friday (June 11) and Masvaure was remanded in custody for sentencing…

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ZIM University of Namibia student jailed for lying to cops that his laptop and mobile phone were stolen in VicFalls

ZIM University of Namibia student jailed for lying to cops that his laptop and mobile phone were stolen in VicFalls

ZIM University of Namibia student jailed for lying to copd that his laptop and mobile phone was stolen in VicFalls after he sold the gadgets. Allan Nyamuziwa of 1724 Landpark in Marondera pleaded guilty to deliberately supplying false information to a public authority before Victoria Falls magistrate Ms Lindiwe Maphosa. He said he was travelling to his home town from Namibia when he disembarked from a bus to relieve himself in Victoria Falls. Nyamuziwa said…

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