Mnangagwa Fingered In Controversial Supreme Court Ruling

Mnangagwa Fingered In Controversial Supreme Court Ruling

AN attempt by Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa to use the courts to settle scores with former BP Shell (now Zuva Petroleum) workers who tried to throw spanners into a business transactions involving his foreign business partners could have gone horribly wrong resulting the current labour crisis which has seen thousands of workers summarily losing their jobs following a dubious Supreme Court ruling that effectively allow employers to terminate workers contracts without compensation. Judiciary and government…

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International Socialist Organization Leader Munyaradzi Gwisai On Chamisa’s Stance’

International Socialist Organization Leader Munyaradzi Gwisai  On Chamisa’s Stance’

International Socialist Organization leader Munyaradzi Gwisai has charged that Kuwadzana legislator Nelson Chamisa risks losing his political career for standing against workers. Chamisa was one of the Zuva Petroleum lawyers who last Friday won a court case against workers. In the case which Chamisa was defending the Supreme Court judge Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku ruled in his (Chamisa client) favour and allowed employers to terminate their workers’ contracts without giving them retrenchment packages. Gwisai said…

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Public Hospitals Stock And Dispense Expired ( February 27, 2012 ) Anti-Retrovirals To Patients

Public Hospitals Stock And Dispense Expired ( February 27, 2012 ) Anti-Retrovirals To Patients

Public hospitals are stocked with countless boxes of expired anti-retroviral drugs which are dispensed to patients, the Auditor General, Mildred Chiri has  said. In a recent audit report for the year ended December 31, 2014, Chiri singed out Mutare General Hospital pharmacy. “The Mutare General Hospital pharmacy received 100 boxes of 60 units of a drug called Alluvia 100mg/25mg on February 27, 2012 whose expiry date was March 31, 2012.” “The drug was dispensed to…

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Chiyangwa’s Company ‘ Zeco Holdings (Zeco)’, Records Sixth Consecutive Loss Since 2009

Chiyangwa’s Company ‘ Zeco Holdings (Zeco)’,  Records  Sixth Consecutive Loss Since 2009

Phillip Chiyangwa’s listed engineering concern, Zeco Holdings (Zeco), has recorded a sixth consecutive loss since 2009 on the back of deteriorating economic conditions, casting doubt on the company’s future. However, Zeco board chairman, Chiyangwa, said the group was introducing various turnaround strategies as evidenced by the reduction in losses from $4,7 million recorded in 2013 to a loss of $2,1 registered in the full year to December 2014. “Strategies are being implemented to establish and…

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Chinamasa Refutes Marginalisation Claims Over Distribution Of Resources To Matebeleland

Chinamasa Refutes Marginalisation Claims Over Distribution Of Resources To  Matebeleland

THE Minister of Finance and Economic Development Patrick Chinamasa has dismissed suggestions by MDC-T Magwegwe legislator Anele Ndebele that the government was marginalising the Matabeleland region in the distribution of resources. During Parliament’s question time on Wednesday, Ndebele accused the government of pursuing alleged separatist policies when it comes to the treatment of Matabeleland. In response, Chinamasa said the government does not discriminate against any part of the country in the deployment of resources. “I…

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US$15m Tobacco Destroyed By Fire At Harare, Mashonaland Tobacco Company

US$15m  Tobacco Destroyed By Fire At Harare, Mashonaland Tobacco Company

TOBACCO worth millions went up in smoke on Thursday after a freak fire engulfed a Mashonaland Tobacco Company (MTC) warehouse in Harare’s Willovale industrial area. MTC, which employs over 1,000 workers, is owned by American leaf merchant, Alliance One International. As usual the fire-brigade arrived but without water according to workers who talked to NewZimbabwe.com. “Two fire engines came but the firefighters spent almost an hour searching for highdrants in the area while the fire…

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Premier Service Medical Aid Society (Psmas) MD ‘Henry Mandishona’ Earns US$40 000 /month

Premier Service Medical Aid Society (Psmas) MD ‘Henry Mandishona’ Earns US$40 000 /month

Premier Service Medical Aid Society (Psmas) Managing director Henry Mandishona is reportedly taking home a cool $40 000 each month. His pay cheque is said to be four times higher than the recommended $11 000. According to the Zimbabwe Independent, took over from controversial Cuthbert  Dube. Psmas engaged consultants to stream line salaries, benefits and vehicles polices. The average monthly salary for the top brass before the current exercises was $65 000 with a few…

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Moses Ngwenya To Watch, Highlanders vs Dynamos At Barbourfields Stadium

Soul Brothers surviving founder members Moses Ngwenya is headed to Bulawayo to watch the epic Highlanders and Dynamos match on Sunday at Barbourfields Stadium. Highlanders’ secretary General Emmet Ndlovu confirmed the development. “I can reveal that we have a surprise for club fans and  Bulawayo people as a member of the Soul Brothers will be in the city over the weekend,” said Ndlovu. “He might be there at the club house on Friday night but…

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Messenger of Court & Riot Police Confiscated Wrong Cars Outside MDC-T Headquaters

Messenger of Court & Riot Police Confiscated Wrong Cars Outside MDC-T Headquaters

Information sent to Bulawayo24.com indicates that the Messenger of Court in the company of riot police confiscated wrong cars outside MDC-T headquarters in Harare. A source on Friday morning said: “Arrived at the offices after the cars were removed. Three cars belonging to She ‘n’ He Hair salon were taken as their building is next to MDC and they share the same parking space.” “The manager was trying to negotiate with guys but the cars…

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WBC Welterweight Champion, Charles Manyuchi’s, Trophy ‘Confiscated’ By Zimra

  WORLD Boxing Council welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi returned home yesterday amid drama at the airport after his trophy and passport were confiscated by Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officials. Manyuchi’s handlers said Zimra officials wanted the trophy to be declared. Manyuchi retained his title after beating Italian Gianculla Frezza into submission in the sixth round in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy on Saturday night. He received $9 000 for his latest exploits. The 26-year-old touched down at…

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