Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) CEO Bindura Lewis Banda (55) charged with stock theft .

Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) CEO Bindura Lewis Banda (55) charged with stock theft .

Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) Chief Executive officer Bindura Lewis Banda (55) was arraigned before Bindura provincial magistrate Tinashe Ndokera yesterday facing a stock theft charge.Banda is jointly charged with Tafadzwa Muchenje (33) and Donald Mukombe.The trio was granted $10,000 bail each to December 4.The state-led by Carol Mupazviriwo alleges on November 17 the duo stole a cow from Brighton Mudzongachiso and loaded it into Zimta car.Working on a tip-off the police managed to arrest the…

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MUKUMBURA MAN (70) jailed 12 years for raping and impregnating a minor relative who is suffering from a mental illness.

MUKUMBURA  MAN (70)   jailed 12 years for raping and impregnating a minor  relative who is suffering from a mental illness.

MUKUMBURA MAN (70) was sentenced to 12 years in prison yesterday for raping a relative who is suffering from a mental illness. A 70-YEAR-OLD Mukumbura man was sentenced to 12 years in prison yesterday by Bindura regional magistrate Amos Mbobo for raping a relative who is suffering from a mental illness.The magistrate however suspended 4 years for Mavhura Chimwendo on condition of good behaviour.Prosecutor Ngoni Kaseke told the court that sometime in March the complainant’s…

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A ZIM Air Force instructor and a female student pilot died at Dabuka in Somabula near Gweru yesterday when a training plane they were flying developed a technical fault and crashed

A ZIM Air Force instructor and a female student pilot died at Dabuka in Somabula  near Gweru yesterday when a training plane they were flying developed a technical fault and crashed

A ZIM Air Force instructor and a female student pilot died at Dabuka in Somabula near Gweru yesterday when a training plane they were flying developed a technical fault and crashed The two were on routine training from Josiah Tungamirai Air Force Base when the accident occurred. They were identified as Mkhululi Dube, the instructor and his student, only identified as Sweswe. Their ranks could not be ascertained yesterday.The Airforce of Zimbabwe was by last…

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A SHIPMENT OF ANTIRETROVIRAL (ARV) DRUGSFOR ZIMBABWE will not arrive in time due to Covid -19 induced delays, forcing the Ministry of Health and Child Care to reduce its six-month multi-drug dispensation to a maximum of three months.

A SHIPMENT OF ANTIRETROVIRAL  (ARV) DRUGSFOR ZIMBABWE  will not arrive in time due to Covid -19 induced delays, forcing the Ministry of Health and Child Care to reduce its six-month multi-drug dispensation to a maximum of three months.

A SHIPMENT OF ANTIRETROVIRAL (ARV) DRUGSFOR ZIMBABWE will not arrive in time due to Covid -19 induced delays, forcing the Ministry of Health and Child Care to reduce its six-month multi-drug dispensation to a maximum of three months.This measure will ensure all patients receiving ARVs are catered for until more stocks are available.In a circular – stamped November 23, 2020, from the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Jasper Chimedza,…

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THE TRIAL DATE FOR SIMBA CHIKORE, the late former President Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law, who is facing charges of flouting tender regulations, has been slated for January 18 next year.

THE  TRIAL DATE FOR SIMBA CHIKORE, the late former President Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law, who is facing charges of flouting tender regulations, has been slated for January 18 next year.

THE TRIAL DATE FOR SIMBA CHIKORE, the late former President Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law, who is facing charges of flouting tender regulations, has been slated for January 18 next year.Chikore, who is husband to the late Mugabe’s daughter Bona, is said to have acted in contravention of procurement regulations which stipulate that any project above the US$10 000 threshhold must go to formal tender. The offence was allegedly committed when he was still Air Zimbabwe chief…

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MNANGAGWA’S RELATIVE, CIO COUNTER INTELLIGENCE deputy director Tichafa Victor Hwacha, was fired on Wednesday this week for allegedly working with a cartel in the gold sector and undermining the First Family.

MNANGAGWA’S RELATIVE, CIO COUNTER INTELLIGENCE deputy director Tichafa Victor Hwacha,  was fired on Wednesday this week for allegedly working with a cartel in the gold sector and undermining the First Family.

MNANGAGWA’S RELATIVE, CIO COUNTER INTELLIGENCE deputy director Tichafa Victor Hwacha, was fired on Wednesday this week for allegedly working with a cartel in the gold sector and undermining the First Family.Hwacha is a relative of the President and hails from Shurugwi. He is understood to be linked to a syndicate of gold dealers and influential officers in the Prosecutor-General’s office.The top spy, sources said, is also said to be linked to suspended Criminal Investigation Department…

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MNANGAGWA MAKES MAJOR Presidential Guard (PG) Brigade changes after wife Auxillia clashed with one of the senior officers in the unit.

MNANGAGWA MAKES MAJOR Presidential Guard (PG) Brigade changes  after wife Auxillia clashed with one of the senior officers in the unit.

MNANGAGWA MAKES MAJOR Presidential Guard (PG) Brigade changes after wife Auxillia clashed with one of the senior officers in the unit.According to The News Hawks, The changes reflect Mnangagwa’s continued coup-proofing strategy and search for stability in the military forces which brought him to power through a coup in November 2017.The PG, responsible for providing protection to the President and his deputies and securing Harare district, is a force trained to fight in built-up areas…

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FORMER FINANCE MINISTER SIMBA MAKONI says Zimbabwe needs a culture shift to get the economy working again.

FORMER FINANCE MINISTER SIMBA MAKONI  says Zimbabwe needs a culture shift to get the economy working again.

FORMER FINANCE MINISTER SIMBA MAKONI says Zimbabwe needs a culture shift to get the economy working again.Makoni (SM) told Alpha media Holdings chairman Trevor Ncube (TN) on the show In Conversation with Trevor that Zimbabweans were no longer as hardworking or honest as they used to be.He said the culture had permeated all levels of society from family to national politics. Below are excerpts from the interview.TN: Dr Simba Makoni, welcome to In Conversation with…

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SIX NEW TV LICENCES linked to government through Zimpapers and individuals heavily involved in Zanu-PF and the military

SIX  NEW TV LICENCES  linked to government through Zimpapers and individuals heavily involved in Zanu-PF and the military

SIX NEW TV LICENCES linked to government through Zimpapers and individuals heavily involved in Zanu-PF and the militaryLOCAL media organisations yesterday cried foul over the granting of television licenses to six entities linked to the ruling Zanu-PF party and government.The Broadcasting Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) granted licences to Jester Media (Pvt) trading as 3KTV, Zimbabwe Newspapers (ZTN), Rusununguko Media (NRTV), Acacia Media Group (KumbaTV), Fairtalk Communications (Ke Yona TV) and Channel Dzimbabwe (Channel D).Of the…

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ZANU-PF National Political Com Matemadanda ill with itching eyes, profuse sweating, body swelling and severe vomiting

ZANU-PF National Political Com  Matemadanda  ill with itching eyes, profuse sweating, body swelling  and severe vomiting

The party’s Acting Secretary for Information and Publicity, Cde Patrick Chinamasa, in a statement last night said Cde Matemadanda has been unwell since 14 November.“Cde Victor Matemadanda’s sudden illness was accompanied by itchiness of eyes, sweating profusely, swelling of the body and vomiting badly, resulting in him rushing for medial attendance. He has since been attended to and is recovering well as other symptoms have disappeared except itchiness of eyes which is still persisting. Medical…

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