Former Manchester City Forward & Zimbabwe Captain Benjani Mwaruwari Launches Bid For Zifa Leadership Position

FORMER Zimbabwe captain Benjani Mwaruwari flew into Harare last night to launch his bid for one of the leadership positions at ZIFA. The former Manchester City forward held meetings with the club’s wealthy owners last week hoping to unlock revenue streams that could help Zimbabwe football. His backers believe that Benjani was in prime position to help Zimbabwe football grow, in the next few years, and the former Warriors’ skipper wanted to play a key…

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Harvest House International Church Gweru Branch Pastor Hangs Himself In Church

Harvest House International Church Gweru Branch Pastor Hangs Himself In Church

A 44-year-old pastor, Tani Tuturu of Harvest House International Church Gweru Branch has committed suicide by hanging himself in church. Tuturu was found hanging from the roof trusses of his church by a member of the Church at around 1600 hrs on Monday. His body has since been taken to his rural home in Hwange for burial on Wednesday. A church service is to be held in Bulawayo by the church’s founder, Bishop Collin Myathi….

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Doctors Demand Dr Parirenyatwa’s Resignation And Solicit For Signatures To Petition Parliament

Doctors Demand Dr Parirenyatwa’s Resignation And Solicit For Signatures To Petition Parliament

THE Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) says they are soliciting for signatures with the aim of petitioning parliament over health minister David Parirenyatwa’s abuse of office and at the same time resolved not to work outside their on-call schedules until government addresses their concerns. Doctors want Parirenyatwa, who is accused of siphoning $100, 000 from the struggling PSMAS, to resign. ZHDA which held its Annual General Meeting at the weekend said Parienyatwa was abusing his…

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Veld Fire, Destroys, family Lodges And Public Toilets At Great Zimbabwe National Monuments Site

Veld Fire, Destroys, family Lodges And Public Toilets At  Great Zimbabwe National Monuments Site

PROPERTY worth thousands of dollars was destroyed in a veld fire that ravaged the Great Zimbabwe national monuments on Monday. The inferno reduced three Great Zimbabwe family lodges and two public toilets located at the historical site to ashes. The fire broke out near Masvingo rural district council offices, some 5 km south of the monuments in the afternoon. Great Zimbabwe monuments site regional manager Lovemore Mandima said the swift response by the Masvingo City…

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Its Illegal For Zimbabwe Electoral Commission To Hire Out Printing & Designing Of Ballot Papers ITS ILLEGAL FOR ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION TO HIRE OUT PRINTING & DESIGNING OF BALLOT PAPERS:…(NIKUV ROUND 2 ???)

Its Illegal For Zimbabwe Electoral Commission To Hire Out  Printing & Designing Of Ballot Papers ITS ILLEGAL FOR ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION TO HIRE OUT PRINTING & DESIGNING OF BALLOT PAPERS:…(NIKUV ROUND 2  ???)

Human Right lawyers have said it is illegal for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to hire out the printing and designing of ballot papers for any election because the Constitution specifically gives them the responsibility to do that in house. ZLHR member Brian Dube said that unless Zec took control of the printing and designing of ballot papers it would be dreaming to expect the 2018 elections to be free and fair. Source: newsday

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Bulawayo City Council Issues Notice Of Residential Stands Sale

Bulawayo City Council  Issues Notice Of Residential Stands Sale

CITY OF BULAWAYO NOTICE FOR RESIDENTIAL STANDS FOR SALE Potential Beneficiaries who are able to develop a house 1) are invited for the purchase of self-financing residential stands In i) Magwegwe North High Density Suburb ii) Magwegwe West High Density Suburb iii) Emganwini High Density Suburb iv) Tshabalala Extension v) Southwold 2) REQUIREMENTS I) Applicants should be on the ACTIVE Council Housing waiting list by the end of October 2015. ii) Applicants to register their…

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Zanu PF MP Sued Over Outstanding US$25 000 Zupco Debt ‘ From 2013 NIKUV’, 27 Bus Hire ,

The Zimbabwe United Passenger Bus Company Limited (ZUPCO) has dragged Chegutu East legislator, Dexter Nduna to court on summons over a US$25 000 debt. The bus company accused Nduna of failing to pay for 27 buses he hired during his 2013 election campaign. ZUPCO filed summons at the High Court claiming $25 000 allegedly arising from the hiring of buses by Nduna between June and July 2013. ZUPCO alleges that Nduna requested for 27 buses…

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Zimbabwe Diamond Firms Face Closure After Drastic Fall In Output

The government is unlikely to renew mining licences for all diamond mining companies in Chiadzwa because they defaulted on their fees and did not show intentions to renew their papers, parliamentarians heard yesterday. Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa told Members of Parliament and ministers attending a pre-budget seminar in Victoria Falls that diamond output had drastically dropped in the past few years. He also told the MPs that Hwange Colliery management could soon…

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Zanu-PF, MDC-T Supporters In Violent Clashes, Leaving Trail Of Destruction In Hopley, Harare South District

Zanu-PF and MDC-T supporters clashed yesterday in Hopley, Harare South district, leaving a trail of destruction of homesteads and business premises, while scores of people were injured. Police had to move in to quell the disturbances that occurred in Zone 5 Hopley and lasted for about an hour as it spilled to nearby areas of the suburb. When The Herald arrived, there was a heavy police presence, while some houses had their window panes damaged….

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‘Zimbabwe Is A Low Income Country, With People Living On Average US$3,24 A Day’ – World bank

‘Zimbabwe Is A Low Income Country, With People Living On  Average US$3,24 A Day’ – World bank

The ZimStart has reported that the World Bank has classified Zimbabwe as the low income country with an average Zimbabwean living on US$3.24 a day in September. This was according to the World Bank’s Bank updated international poverty line of US$1.90 a day while the old line was at US$1.25. Latest available data show that 72% of the population lives below the poverty lines amid revelations that the total consumption poverty line (TCPL) for Zimbabwe…

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