Troubled Zanu PF Businessman/ Musician, ‘Energy Mutodi’ Graduates With a UZ (MBA)

Mutodi showing off his Degrees Troubled businessman and musician, Energy Mutodi on Friday graduated with a Master of Business Administration Degree at the University of Zimbabwe. Mutodi who has had several run ins with the police and the law says he is also studying a Bachelor of Laws Degree at the same University and a PhD in Management. source-bulawayo24 – See more at: http://www.newzimbabwevision.com

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More Jobless Graduates As Mugabe Caps 3 451 University of Zimbabwe Graduands

More Jobless Graduates As Mugabe Caps 3 451 University of Zimbabwe  Graduands

A total of 3 451 graduands from the University of Zimbabwe have been conferred with doctorates, masters of philosophy and first degrees by President Robert Mugabe, who is the Chancellor of the institution. Among the undergraduates, there are 91 medical doctors, seven dentists, 50 pharmacists, 124 engineers, 93 agricultural experts, 389 accountants and 136 lawyers. The Diamond Jubilee graduation, which is coinciding with celebrations to mark the institution’s 60 years of service, has a record…

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17 Life Sentences (425 Yrs) For Sangoma Who Raped 17 Girls At His Initiation School

17 Life Sentences (425 Yrs) For Sangoma  Who Raped 17 Girls At His Initiation School

A SANGOMA convicted of raping 17 girls at his initiation school in Mpumalanga has been handed 17 life sentences for rape – an effective 425 years in prison. Additionally, he has been sentenced to five years each on three counts of sexual violation. Johan Jabulani Mlombo, 50, was sentenced when he appeared with his wife Sister Mapalase Khoza, 52, in the Nelspruit Circuit Local Division of the Eastern Circuit District Court on Friday. The girls,…

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Four Dead As Extra City Bus Side Swipes Haulage Truck trailer In Hwange

Four people died while 23 others were injured Wednesday night when an Extra City Bus was involved in an accident on its way to Victoria Falls. The injured are reportedly in a stable condition at Hwange Colliery Hospital and St Patrick’s Hospital. The accident occurred near Mabale Business Centre in Hwange at 1940hours last night. The bus side-swiped with one of the two trailers that were being pulled by a haulage truck that was travelling…

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Vas Co da Mugabe Pays Visit To Zimbabwe, From UN General Assembly

The President Robert Mugabe has arrived back home from New York where he attended the 70th session of the UN General Assembly at the UN headquarters. He also attended the High Level Summit which adopted the Sustainable Development Goals which replace the Millennium Development Goals whose deadline is expiring end of this year. The President also addressed the General Assembly in the annual debate which was held under the theme: ”The UN at 70-Road to…

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Zvimba Based Soldier Petrol Bombs Wife After Stealing From Her Employer

Zvimba Based Soldier Petrol Bombs Wife After Stealing From Her Employer

A ZIMBABWE National Army (ZNA) soldier who petrol bombed his wife after stealing from her employer has been slapped with a 7-year jail term. Tapiwa Shonhiwa, 28, stationed at Central Ammunition Depot in Zvimba was charged with theft and attempted murder when he appeared before a Harare magistrate this week. He was found guilty of both charges and sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for theft and 6 years for attempted murder. Shonhiwa will serve three…

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18 NGOs, Demand ‘No Threats To Anybody Reforms Before Political Reforms

18 NGOs, Demand ‘No Threats To Anybody  Reforms Before Political Reforms

“As a democracy, we need to grow and the electoral reforms that we are proposing are not a threat to anybody,” said Tawanda Chimhini. “These are recommendations that will open up space for all political actors to get involved in elections, for Zimbabweans to actually fully participate in elections.”It is when one hears this kind of nonsensical talk that one sighs in despair. Our people have been denied this basic and fundamental right to free,…

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Recent Supreme & High Court Judges Appointments, Race To Replace Aged Chidyausiku

Government has begun preparing for the succession of the country’s Chief Justice, Godfrey Chidyausiku, who is nearing the mandatory retirement age of 70 years.Zimbabwe’s judges must retire at 65 years but can stay until 70 years if they can demonstrate good mental and physical health certified by a doctor. Chidyausiku will be turning 70 years in 2017, an eventuality that has made government to start preparing for his exit. As if to confirm that he…

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‘RDZ, Mangoma, Incites Villagers To Revolt Against Green Fuel Company In Chisumbanje’

The State controlled Herald today has reported that RDZ leader Elton Steers Mangoma has incited villagers to revolt against Green Fuel company in Chisumbanje. While we categorically deny such malicious allegations we would like to once again state our position on the said land disputes in Chisumbanje , Marange, Chingwizi and Mazowe. That the government must take human life seriously ahead of individual business interests. Villlagers must be properly consulted and their interests addressed first…

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Gvt To Pay MoreTo More ‘War Veterans ‘ In Approach To Zanu PF 2015 Dec Congress

Gvt To Pay MoreTo More ‘War Veterans ‘ In Approach To Zanu PF  2015 Dec Congress

War Veterans Minister, Christopher Mutsvangwa, told Parliament last week that his ministry was in the process of compiling a comprehensive database of all people who participated in the war of liberation with view of paying gratuities and other benefits to the families of those who died during the war as well as those who passed on before they could be rewarded in 1997. In 1997, government, under pressure from war veterans was forced to award…

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