Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officially suspended Commissioner General Gershem Pasi without pay on Friday

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officially suspended Commissioner General Gershem Pasi without pay on Friday

ZIMRA COMMISSIONER GENERAL GERSHEM PASI was officially suspended without pay by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) on Friday. The Zimra official is expected to appear before a disciplinary hearing to answer to at least 40 charges of misconduct going as far back as 2009 which include scandalous vehicle imports, allocating himself vehicle allowances of over US $374,000, in one year alonh with ridiculously excessive holiday allowances and an a wage over US $121 000 per…

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Jonathan Moyo a Zanu PF’s G40 faction member threatens to expose political rivals VP Mnangagwa’s Team Lacoste corrupt deals

Jonathan Moyo a Zanu PF’s G40 faction member threatens  to expose political rivals VP Mnangagwa’s Team Lacoste  corrupt  deals

  Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has today issued a veiled threat to his political rivals saying their corrupt financial deals will soon be exposed.   Moyo belongs to Zanu PF’s G40 faction which is battling against Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Team Lacoste.Moyo took to twitter to say “Sooner or later the capture & corrupt use of public & state institutions to enable a factional power grab will be exposed with consequences!”.   Moyo and…

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(8927 Themba Mliswa) an independent beat (ZanuPF 6192 )stands vote buying , by 2700 votes in Norton Norton by-election

(8927 Themba Mliswa) an  independent beat  (ZanuPF 6192 )stands  vote buying , by 2700 votes in Norton Norton by-election

  An Independent candidate in the Norton by-election Temba Mliswa has reportedly beaten the Zanu PF candidate Ronald Chindeza with over 2700 votes. The ruling party candidate got 6192 votes and Mliswa got 8927. The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is still to confirm these results but sources confirm that Mliswa has done enough to be the new MP for Norton, a seat that was previously held by Chris Mutsvangwa, who was expelled from Zanu PF….

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BREAKING NEWS: LONDON CITY , SUSPECTED CHEMICAL INCIDENT ,

BREAKING NEWS: LONDON CITY , SUSPECTED CHEMICAL INCIDENT , London city airport has now been declared safe and has now reopened after initially evacuating 500 passengers in a suspected chemical incident, A total of 26 passengers were treated on site while 2 others were taken to hospital for treatment. This incident did raise elements of concern amongst those affected, in light of the current terrorism alert across Europe, More news to follow ……By Sibusiso Ngwenya….

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Tout (23) died and 16 people were injured after kombi collision at an uncontrolled intersection in Tshabalala suburb

Tout (23)  died and 16 people  were injured after kombi collision at an uncontrolled intersection in Tshabalala suburb

      A TOUT died while 16 people were injured when a Tshova Mubaiwa Taxi Association kombi collided with a Toyota Gaia at an uncontrolled intersection in Bulawayo’s Tshabalala suburb yesterday morning. The tout (23) who was hanging out of the kombi window on impact, was dragged on the tarred road after the vehicle overturned and slid on its side. Witnesses said one side of the unidentified tout’s body was mangled and blood spouted…

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Zanu PF regime repossesses 5 267 gold mining claims in Matebeleland provinces leaving 50 000 jobless

Zanu PF regime  repossesses 5 267 gold mining claims in Matebeleland provinces  leaving 50 000  jobless

MORE than 5 000 small-scale gold mining claims in Matabeleland North and South provinces have been forfeited to the State after claim holders failed to remit tax.   Small scale miners are required to pay a $100 levy to the State annually. The Zimbabwe Miners’ Federation (ZMF) first vice president, Mr Ishmael Kaguru, told Business Chronicle yesterday that their members were failing to pay the levy as they were “burdened” with multiple tax obligations to…

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German company which printed the worthless Zim dollar, rejects Zimbabwe’s request to print the controversial bond notes.

German company which printed the worthless Zim dollar, rejects Zimbabwe’s  request  to print the controversial  bond notes.

The financial situation in a broke Zimbabwe is in chaos after negotiations between the fired Zimbabwe Vice President Joice Mujuru and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe , designed to halt the Zimbabwe People First leader’s court action against Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in order to block the introduction of the controversial bond notes fell through.   The introduction of controversial bond notes due in November 2016 has been thrown into further disarray after, according to…

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GOVERNMENT finally evicts ‘white Beitbridge farmer, George Watson’, from his 2 000-hectare banana-producing Double O Ranch

, GOVERNMENT has finally kicked out embattled Beitbridge farmer, George Watson, from his 2 000-hectare banana-producing Double O Ranch, although it is still unclear, who the property has been allocated to. The distraught Watson confirmed the farm takeover yesterday, saying a provincial lands officer, only identified as Dodzi, had personally delivered the eviction notice. “It’s the sad reality, I am confused, but I will not resist, I can’t fight the government. I have until February…

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Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) warns of worsening cash shortages coupled with depreciation of SA rand and GB pound

As jittery ordinary Zimbabweans wait with bated breath for the introduction of bond notes next month, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has warned of worsening cash shortages ahead, in a further dose of bad news for the country’s dying economy. This comes as the current severe cash shortages have seen desperate depositors swamping banks as they bid to withdraw their little savings ahead of the imminent introduction of the much-distrusted bond notes. Addressing delegates…

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Zimbabwe Corruption Commission (Zacc) investigates Moyo over unaccounted for US$5 million meant for Zim digitisation

Zimbabwe Corruption Commission (Zacc) investigates  Moyo over  unaccounted for US$5 million  meant for Zim digitisation

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has embarked on a fresh investigation of Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo as it emerges that US$5 million meant for the digitisation programme and the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry (Impi) programme is unaccounted for.   Efforts to get a comment from Moyo were fruitless as his mobile phone went unanswered. A text message sent to him delivered but he did not respond.   Zacc investigators last…

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