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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‘Regime Change Is Solution To Vendors Plight & Zanu PF Failure To Revive Economy’-Biti

Tendai Biti MDC Renewal Team Secretary-General yesterday said the plight of vendors lie in changing the government as Zanu-PF has failed to revive the economy. Biti said vendors must be allowed to continue selling their wares as an interim measure as that was their only way of survival under the current economic environment, where a majority of people were unemployed. The opposition party said it will at its inaugural convection in Harare next month, launch…

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Five Journalists, Reportedly Issued With, Contract Termination Letters By Daily News

Five Journalists, Reportedly Issued With, Contract Termination Letters  By Daily News

FIVE reporters from a privately run media house, Daily News, have reportedly been fired today, Bulawayo24.com has learnt. Media sources say the reporters were handed their contract termination letters today. Speculation is rife that the sacking followed the Supreme Court controversial judgment. Meanwhile, the Daily News sacking issues has sent shockwaves at Alpha Media Holdings as the Chairman Trevor Ncube is due to address workers on Friday. Insiders say the Friday address is the second…

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More Worker Woes As Econet Wireless, Joins Bandwagon Of ‘Termination of Employment’

More Worker Woes As Econet Wireless, Joins Bandwagon Of ‘Termination of Employment’

Econet Wireless handed letters of dismissal to several workers between Monday and yesterday, informing them to immediately stop reporting for duty since their contracts have been cancelled. Econet said in the letter titled: “Termination of employment contract on notice” signed by chief human resources officer Innocent Magaya that the affected workers would be paid their dues on or before July 31. “This letter serves to inform you that the business has decided to terminate your…

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Misihairabwi-Mushonga Ejected From Parliarment For Waving Used Ladies Panties

Misihairabwi-Mushonga Ejected From Parliarment For Waving Used Ladies Panties

There was drama in the National Assembly yesterday when MDC proportional representation member Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga waved used panties in the House before charging at Gokwe-Nembudziya legislator Justice Mayor Wadyajena (Zanu-PF) whom she accused of undermining her on the floor, culminating in her ejection from Parliament. This was after Wadyajena pulled Misihairabwi-Mushonga’s jacket and passed a comment that they go outside. The comment did not go down well with Misihairabwi-Mushonga who reportedly recently lodged a sexual…

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‘Mutasa’s CIO Brother In Law ‘Felix Chiteme’ Dismissed For Being Sabina Mutasa’s Relative’

‘Mutasa’s CIO Brother In Law  ‘Felix Chiteme’ Dismissed For Being Sabina Mutasa’s  Relative’

THE Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has allegedly dismissed an operative on the grounds that he was related to Ousted former State Security minister Didymus Mutasa’s relative -Felix Chiteme has been fired from the  Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO). Felix Chiteme, is brother to Mutasa’s wife, Sabina. Chiteme, a senior security assistant in the CIO was officially discharged on July 15 after a disciplinary board of inquiry hearing that allegedly accused him of leaking State secrets to…

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Mugabe’s Zanu PF, ‘Key Beneficiaries Of Entropy’ Used Terrorist Tactics On Itai Dzamara & Vendors

Mugabe’s  Zanu PF, ‘Key Beneficiaries Of Entropy’ Used Terrorist Tactics On Itai Dzamara & Vendors

“The Cabinet ministers, parliamentarians, policy makers and the President himself are folding their hands whilst this taboo is taking place because they are key beneficiaries of this ruling. Actually they are the ones who are behind it ,to protect they are companies and interests of their friends “the business people” who will fund them during 2018 elections.” Mutubuki said this same government is somehow behind the mysterious disappearance of the Leader of Occupy Africa Unite…

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‘African Journalists Should Avoid Unnecessary Criticism Of Africa’s Leaders’-Mugabe

‘African Journalists Should Avoid Unnecessary Criticism Of  Africa’s Leaders’-Mugabe

African journalists should champion developmental issues in their reportage and avoid unnecessary criticism of the continent’s leadership, African Union and SADC chairman President Robert Mugabe has said. President Mugabe was addressing the just ended Ebola Conference in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. He said Africans should be proud of their heritage and roots and not allow western nations to make them feel like a lesser people, adding journalists should tell the African story rather than allowing the…

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700 Jobs Lost In Just 5Days Post Ruling On Arbitrary Termination Employment Contract

700 Jobs Lost In Just 5Days Post Ruling On Arbitrary Termination Employment Contract

Government yesterday held a crisis meeting with stakeholders during which workers proposed that Presidential Powers be invoked to protect them amid reports that over 700 have lost jobs in the last five days following a Supreme Court ruling allowing arbitrary termination of employment contracts. The ruling, which has shaken the labour industry, was delivered last Friday. Employers, the major beneficiaries of the ruling, boycotted the meeting held under the auspices of the Tripartite Negotiating Forum…

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Namibia Arrests About 40 Zimbabwean Apostolic Faith Illegals At Bush Shrines

Namibia Arrests About 40 Zimbabwean Apostolic Faith  Illegals  At  Bush Shrines

ABOUT 40 Zimbabweans practicing various apostolic sects are set to be deported back from Namibia after being rounded off while conducting services in the bushes, Namibian press reported Tuesday. The 39 were among people who were arrested at different shrines on Sunday after a crack team comprising of police and the Namibian immigration officials raided foreign-owned churches in Windhoek. Nineteen babies and children were arrested alongside their mothers. Inspector Christina van Dunem Fonsech, who led…

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