White farm Owner ‘Philip Rankin’ Dragged To Court In Dispute With British Doctor, Sylvester Nyatsuro

White farm Owner ‘Philip Rankin’ Dragged To Court In Dispute With British Doctor, Sylvester Nyatsuro

Government has been sucked into the row over a 100-hectare tobacco farm in Centenary where British doctor, Sylvester Nyatsuro, is allegedly fighting to forcibly eject its white owner, Philip Rankin.   Rankin yesterday said government has since reopened a 2007 case in which he was accused of refusing to vacate a designated farm.   “I have been asked to appear in court and I am waiting for the magistrate as we speak. Nobody had been…

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Zimbabweans Are Jealous Of ‘Philip Chiyangwa’s Looks And Wealth -Hmmmn!

Zimbabweans Are Jealous  Of  ‘Philip Chiyangwa’s Looks And Wealth -Hmmmn!

Let the evidence speak for its self,…see photo. Moooooooving On! BUSINESSMAN and Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) presidential aspirant, Phillip Chiyangwa, claims he is a victim of his wealth, as questions emerge over his eligibility to lead the country’s football controlling body. Chiyangwa told NewsDay in an interview yesterday that his aim was to go into continental and world soccer administration. .Phillip chiyangwa argues the following: .“Look, people tend to look at my looks and the…

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Chief Mutasa Has Died

CHIEF Mutasa, who was one of the few remnant members of the older age group of serving traditionalists in Manicaland, has died. He was in his 80s. The chief – who was the custodian of the cultural heritage in Mutasa District, is said to have passed a fortnight ago and his body will be interred at Kellys. Park Farm, Old Mutare tomorrow (Saturday). Traditionally, members of the Mutasa clan who die on the throne are…

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‘Eighty Parastatals Are Not Making A Profit’ – Mabvuku Tafara MP James Maridadi

  MABVUKU-TAFARA MP James Maridadi has said Zimbabwe’s parastatals were not generating any profits hence that was a sign that the country’s economy was not functioning properly.   “There is something in Corporate Strategy, which is called ‘root cause analysis’. What it means is that when you see a problem and you want to deal with the problem, you do what is called an analysis of the root cause of that problem,” he said.  …

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Cash Strapped Zanu PF Regime To Stagger War Vets Pension Pay Dates

Cash Strapped  Zanu PF Regime To Stagger War Vets Pension Pay Dates

Government yesterday announced it will be staggering pension payment to war veterans and spouses of national heroes and ex-political prisoners, detainees and restrictees. In a statement, the Public Service Commission said any inconviencies caused were sincerely regretted. “The Public Service Commission wishes to advise that the Ministry of Finance has staggered pensioners’ pay dates as follows: November 6 – war veterans’ pension, war veterans’ spouse and children’s pension, ex-political prisoners, detainees and restrictees’ spouse and…

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Suspended Milton High School Headmaster Faces US$10,000 Swindle Charge

  SUSPENDED Milton High School head William Ncube allegedly swindled the institution of more than $10,000 and routinely flouted sound governance procedures, a Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education charge sheet reveals. Ncube was suspended together with his deputy Nosizi Muleya last Friday following a damning report that exposed the rot at the school. According to a letter dated October 23 outlining the charges against Ncube and signed by the district education officer Jane Ndebele,…

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‘If Rule Of Law Inflicts Suffering, To Hell With It’-Zanu PF Harare East MP Terence Mukupe

THE Zanu PF Harare East MP Terence Mukupe has said if the rule of law which has been all along preached by the opposition political parties and civic groups has to render citizens suffering then to hell with it. Mukupe said that in reference to the demolition of people’s houses in parts of Harare in the view that they had settled in undesignated areas and without authority from the council. “If the rule of law…

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Zanu PF MP Claims To Have Buried Many Zisco Workers Due To Poverty

Zanu PF MP Claims To Have Buried Many Zisco Workers Due To Poverty

KWEKWE Central MP Masango Matambanadzo has claimed to have participated in the burial of many Zisco workers indicating that many of those alive were seriously ill and un able to survive due to non payment of salaries by the company. He made the remarks during parliament seating. “What is Government policy regarding companies which stopped working because they have no money to operate? I am talking of parastatals such as ZISCO which is in Kwekwe….

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Sir ‘Fall -A-Lot Mugabe’s Saga, Raises calls For Constitutional Ammendment

Sir ‘Fall -A-Lot Mugabe’s Saga, Raises calls For Constitutional Ammendment

Youths have come out guns blazing on Social media soon after the near fall of President Robert Mugabe in India, calling for the legislators to amend Section 91.1.b of the Zimbabwean constitution.   The section says “A person qualifies to be president or vice president if he has attained the age of forty” Mugabe was, Wednesday, assisted by Indian Premier Narendra Modi after the 91-year old leader lost balance and nearly tumbled while walking up…

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Bulawayo, Mater Dei Hospital Doctor Found Dead In His Car

A DOCTOR at Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo was on Thursday night found dead in the city centre by police officers on patrol. They found Dr Phinot Moyo, 58, of Richmond dead in his car, which was parked on the road-side with one of his legs outside the vehicle. Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Precious Simango said investigations into Dr Moyo’s death were on course. “I can confirm that our officers found a body of an…

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