Zimbabwe Owing 2015 AU Subsciption: R600 Million Needed To Settle, Foreign Missions Debt

Zimbabwe Owing 2015 AU Subsciption: R600 Million Needed To Settle, Foreign Missions Debt

Zimbabwe has not yet been able to pay its 2015 annual subscription to the AU although President Robert Mugabe is the current chairman of the organisation. Nor can it pay its rent at most of its 45 missions around the world and it has not paid its foreign staff for much of this year, according to the parliamentary portfolio committee on foreign affairs, which this week heard reports of the sorry state of Zimbabwe’s diplomatic…

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Over 200 Bulawayo’s ‘Old Nic Mine’ Workers Sent Home As Zesa Cuts Power To Mines

MORE than 200 workers at Old Nic Mine in Killarney, Bulawayo have been sent home amid indications that more mines are facing closure following the directive by Zesa to reduce their power consumption by 25 percent. Olympus Golden Mines Limited, which owns Old Nic Mine, Golden Quarry Mine in Shurugwi, Venice Mine in Kadoma and Turk Mine in Inyathi, announced on Monday that it was sending all the workers at the Bulawayo mine on unpaid…

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Zimbabweans, Its Time To Reclaim What Belongs To You From Zanu PF

Zimbabweans, Its Time To Reclaim What Belongs To You From Zanu PF

IF IT WAS RIGHT TO LAWLESSLY GRAB PROPERTY FROM FOREIGN OWNERS, then It cannot be wrong to grab all criminal proceeds without fear or favor, in the hands of the Zanu PF Black oppressors of Blacks. and institute fair and equal redistribution, of land, companies, mines, businesses and property to the people of Zimbabwe, who have suffered at the hands of Mugabe and his Zanu PF regime. These heartless filthy rich multimillionaires cannot benefit endlessly,…

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‘Sir’ Wicknell Monudaani Chivayo, Awarded US$128 Million Gairezi Mini Hydro Power Plant Tender

THE State Procurement Board has awarded the contract for the construction of the 30 megawatt Gairezi hydro power station to local firm, Intratrek Zimbabwe. Wicknell Monudaani Chivayo, who is also known as B.I.G or Sir Wicknell on Facebook, has some business interests in Intratrek Zimbabwe. The hydro power project was awarded to the lowest bidder to specification at a cost of US$128 million, sources privy to the developments told our Harare Bureau this week. “The…

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A Reminder Of What We Know Belongs To Mugabe’s cousin Philip Chiyangwa,..All Of Zimbabwe!

A Reminder Of What We  Know  Belongs To Mugabe’s cousin  Philip Chiyangwa,..All Of Zimbabwe!

The estranged wife of the flamboyant businessman Philip Chiyangwa has exposed his properties which seems to be almost everything in Zimbabwe. Its taken another messy divorce to expose the obscene wealth of businessman Philip Chiyangwa. According to Mrs Elizabeth Chiyangwa (nee Juma), his wife of 25 years, below is the property owned by President Robert Mugabe’s nephew. List of some of Chiyangwa’s business empire STANDS, FARMS ETC 1. Stand 422 Quinnington Township of Lot AD…

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MP Joseph Chinotimba (Zanu-PF) Mocks ‘Wife Snatcher’ James Maridadi (MDC-T)

Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba (Zanu-PF) yesterday accused Mabvuku-Tafara MP James Maridadi (MDC-T) of being in the habit of snatching other people’s wives before he was made to withdraw his allegations.The altercation started when Mr Maridadi, while debating a motion urging Government to deal with vagrants and drug abusers, accused Government of mismanagement, including taking to Parliament people like Chinotimba whom he said had no known technical skill. Stand-in National Assembly Speaker Melody Dziva directed…

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Mps denied Full Access To Mining Sector, Especially Marange Diamond Mines

Mps denied Full Access To Mining Sector, Especially Marange Diamond Mines

MPs are being denied full access to the mining sector particularly the goings on in the Marange diamond mines, Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) has reported. CNRG said MPs have been excluded from mining decisions and it appears information is a preserve of the executive. In its report which was launched Wednesday, the NGO said the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy was denied the right to exercise its oversight role on Marange…

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Zinara Mounts 24 Hour Roadblocks Plus Door To Door Searches For Unregistered Cars & Motorists

Zinara Mounts 24 Hour Roadblocks Plus Door To Door Searches For Unregistered Cars & Motorists

The Zimbabwe National Road Authority (zinara) is now moving into car parks and people’s homes where they are searching for and raiding unregistered and unlicensed cars as the institution seeks to maximise on revenue from motorists. With a population 1, 2 million cars in the country’s vehicle register about 170 000 had, by last November, not renewed their licences. Since that time, Zinara has been encouraging people with unlicensed cars to register their properties or…

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Court To Finally Hear Mpofu/Journos Case, Decision Expected By End Of Week

Court To Finally Hear Mpofu/Journos Case, Decision Expected By End Of Week

THE case in which about 20 journalists and tens other support staff of Economic Planning minister Obert Mpofu’s closed newspaper was this week heard before an arbitrator and could be decided in a week. Mpofu’s The Zimbabwe Mail hit the streets late 2013 but it was converted into a weekly early this year before being forced to shut down on March 20. Journalist and other staffers at the financially troubled paper had gone for nearly…

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Numerous Zim Diplomats Receive Eviction Notices For Unpaid Bills And Rentals

Numerous Zim Diplomats Receive Eviction Notices For Unpaid Bills And Rentals

A NUMBER of Zimbabwean diplomats based in foreign countries have received eviction notices, as the government has reportedly failed to pay their bills and rentals, it has been established. Acting secretary for Foreign Affairs David Hamadziripi told the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs that some embassies were in a sorry state, as the country’s Treasury was hamstrung by lack of funds and in arrears of over $50 million. “As at June 30, 2015, our…

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