Prominent Zimbabwean, Politicians And Business People Sink In Debt

As the economic climate in Zimbabwe gets more unforgiving, a number of prominent citizens are failing to service their debts, resulting in many of them losing their assets. Last week, the Sheriff of the High Court announced the upcoming sale of household property belonging to former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive, Happison Muchechetere, after he failed to settle a US$24 000 legal bill to a Harare law firm, Dube Manikai and Hwacha. Muchechetere, whose…

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‘Gvt Contemplates Banning Sausages & Processed Meats Over World Health Organisation (WHO) Cancer Report’

‘Gvt Contemplates Banning Sausages & Processed Meats  Over  World Health Organisation (WHO) Cancer Report’

Zimbabwe Government is contemplating banning sausages and other processed meats after the World Health Organisation (WHO) last week classified the products as one of the major causes of cancer alongside cigarettes.According to a latest WHO report, processed meats have been singled out as causing close to 34 000 cancer-related deaths per year worldwide. Processed meats include bacon, sausages, hot dogs, salami, polony and ham, as well as canned meat and meat-based sauces. These recent findings…

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Two Gokwe Police Officers & Two Accomplice Arrested For Possessing A Pangolin

Two Gokwe Police Officers & Two Accomplice Arrested For Possessing A Pangolin

TWO Gokwe police officers have been arrested together with other two accomplices after they were found in possession of a live pangolin which they were trying to sell to a local businessman.   The two police officers, Tinashe Mushaikwa (29) who is based at ZRP Gokwe Central and Albert Gwere (23) from ZRP Nembudziya Post and their accomplices Gordon Chitima (49) of Nemanga Village under Chief Chireya and James Matsungo (42) from Chiweshe were last…

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Over 7500 tax Evaders Prejudice Treasury Of Millions In Unremitted Dues

Over 7500 tax Evaders Prejudice Treasury Of Millions In Unremitted Dues

At least 7 500 tax evaders have prejudiced Treasury of millions of dollars in unremitted dues since introduction of the multi-currency system in 2009.   This emerged when the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority gave defaulters from October 2014 to September 2015 to organise their papers.   During that period, Zimra received 7 580 amnesty applications from businesses and individuals, some of which were turned down.   Though The Sunday Mail could not determine the applicants’ names,…

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‘Harare City Council Executives, Caught Up In salary Scandal’

Salary scandal is reported to have rocked the city of Harare with the top officials at the local authority allegedly refusing to implement the required levels demanded by the government. Harare Residents Trust said there is an ongoing scandal in the salaries structure at Harare City Council. Information that has been made available to the residents’ movement is that the City’s top four position holders are resisting to implement in full the salary levels demanded…

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Assistant Police Commissioner, Parks & Wildlife Rangers, & Asians In Elephant Cyanide Killings Syndicate

Assistant Police Commissioner, Parks & Wildlife Rangers, & Asians In Elephant Cyanide Killings  Syndicate

A syndicate comprising police officers, Parks and Wildlife Management Authority rangers and Asians is behind the latest spate of elephant killings in Hwange National Park, it has emerged.   One of the suspects under active instigation is an assistant commissioner of police.   Several others have been arrested in connection with the killing of 22 jumbos last Sunday, including a junior cop and a Parks camp manager.   The syndicate has allegedly killed around 55…

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Lupane State University (LSU) Nearing Completion

Lupane State University (LSU) Nearing Completion

THE Lupane State University (LSU) site in the Matabeleland North capital, Lupane is nearing completion with 160 students moving into campus next year. While the US$25 million project took off in 2005, only the women’s hostel and the Agriculture Science building have been completed. The campus will accommodate 728 students at the hostels, of equal half between both sexes. In the meantime, male and female students are expected to share the womens’ hostel in January…

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‘I Plan To Hold , ZIFA, CAF & FIFA Posts And Place Zimbabwe On International Map’- Phillip Chiyangwa

Ten provincial chairpersons were yesterday dazzled by aspiring Zifa presidential candidate Phillip Chiyangwa’s flamboyance and possibly his manifesto as they unanimously endorsed him for the December 5 election during a meeting held in the capital. The endorsement came barely a few days after Chiyangwa was endorsed by the four regional chairs. The meeting, as expected, was held at Chiyangwa’s offices along Enterprise Road in Harare and was attended by all the 10 provincial chairpersons, with…

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