‘Im not easy to get rid of, because I serve at Mugabe’s pleasure’-Tomana

‘Im not easy to get rid of, because  I serve at  Mugabe’s pleasure’-Tomana

PROSECUTOR GENERAL Johannes Tomana says he is not an “easy” man to get rid of adding  he “serves at the President’s pleasure” and those seeking to tarnish his image should not expect to succeed in their agenda.Tomana said this as he came under fire for reportedly saying girls as young as 12 can give consent to sex and should be heard by the courts if they wish to start families with older men. Leading the…

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Zimbabwe’s Prosecutor General Tomana -‘Inviting paedophiles to the party’

Zimbabwe’s Prosecutor General Tomana -‘Inviting paedophiles to the party’

Prosecutor General Tomana is inviting paedophiles to the party, for their common meal, prowling for the vaginal tenderness of the girl-child! Prosecutor General Tomana is speaking on behalf of paedophiles, and giving them some legal statutory framework to go scot free if they are caught! Our society harbours upper-class paedophiles! Paedophiles are “decent men” who one can never suspect to be fondling children to get sexual satisfaction at every opportunity. Paedophiles feel they are entitled…

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Gutu Mupandawana villagers harassed after seeking court order against soldiers

Gutu Mupandawana villagers harassed  after seeking court order against soldiers

The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights Communications has said villagers in Gutu, Masvingo province are enduring intimidation and harassment from some soldiers after they petitioned the Gutu Magistrates Court seeking an order to stop the army from destroying their homesteads and crops. “The villagers resorted to legal action after a group of soldiers from 4.2 Infantry Battalion located near Mupandawana Growth Point in Gutu, Masvingo province invaded their farming plots at Chomufuli Farm and set…

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‘Only 1 indigenisation transaction concluded, & all major mining deals ‘abandoned’,

‘Only 1 indigenisation transaction concluded, & all major mining deals ‘abandoned’,

ADVISORY firm Brainworks Capital on Thursday said only one indigenisation deal had been consummated by government, while transactions worth over $1 billion with major platinum mining firms Anglo American Platinum, Impala and Aquarius had been abandoned. Zimbabwe’s Indigenization Act — enacted in 2008 — requires foreign owned companies valued at over $500,000 to cede 51 percent to black locals. The local ownership law has been cited as a major impediment to foreign investment in an…

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Prosecutor Gnl Tomana, ’12 year old girls can have sex and get married’?

Prosecutor Gnl Tomana, ’12 year old girls can have sex and get married’?

Zimbabwe’s Prosecutor General, ‘Zanu PF’  Johannes Tomana has come under attack and urged to resign for saying girls as young as 12 can have sex and get married.Normally 12 years olds are in grade seven.Tomana said some of girls want to start out in life early.His statements have ignited a barrage of criticism on social media. Former cabinet minister and lawyer, David Coltart said he was shocked by Tomana’s sentiments. “I am profoundly shocked by…

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Philip Chiyangwa in Trauma Centre after his Harare mansion was gutted by fire,

Philip Chiyangwa  in Trauma  Centre after his Harare mansion was  gutted by fire,

We have just received pictures of businessman Philip Chiyangwa’s Harare mansion which has been gutted by fire in the main bedroom area. The circumstances surrounding the fire remain unclear at the moment. The controversial businessman did not get a chance to take a selfie and was first taken to the Trauma Centre and he is now at the Avenues clinic where he is being treated for burns and glass cuts. More to follow. Source: bulawayo24

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‘Heal Zimbabwe officials, drag Mugabe to the Constitutional Court’

‘Heal Zimbabwe officials, drag Mugabe to the Constitutional Court’

Two officials from Heal Zimbabwe Trust  have taken their case against Robert Mugabe to Zimbabwe’s Constitutional court (ConCourt), where they seek an order to force Mugabe, to to investigate his ruthless  Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) over their endless list of gross human rights abuse allegations.The two, Rashid Mahiya and Hilton Chironga seeking an interdict to force the president Robert Mugabe to employ systems and  mechanisms that will allow investigations of  alleged CIO agents  involvement in murder and abductions…

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‘Zimbabwe on brink of total collapse and bringing down the Southern Africa region’

‘Zimbabwe on brink of total collapse and  bringing down the Southern Africa region’

 Zimbabwe is teetering on the verge of total collapse and could drag the whole Southern African region into unprecedented chaos if President Robert Mugabe and his ruling Zanu PF are not reined in soon, the main opposition MDC T led by former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai has warned. Warming up to the idea of confronting Mugabe and Zanu PF head-on as suggested by liberation struggle stalwart Rugare Gumbo, the MDC T said yesterday that the…

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‘Zanu PF chase opponents from open spaces, car parks and home industries’

‘Zanu PF  chase opponents from open spaces, car parks and home industries’

ZANU PF supporters are allegedly chasing away political opponents from open spaces, car parks and home industries in Harare, saying they now control the capital after the party won five parliamentary by-elections last week. The reports came at a time several losing independent candidates complained that Zanu PF supporters were harassing them even after the ruling party won all the 16 Parliamentary by-elections countrywide. In one incident five supporters of independent candidate Herman Karimakwenda were…

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Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) raises duty on all second hand cars

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)  raises duty on all second hand cars

  The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) unilaterally increased import duty on all second-hand motor vehicles with effect from last Wednesday.The move has resulted in duty for a wide range of motor vehicles increasing by between $200 and $400, while those importing top-of-the-range second-hand models are forking out more. Where importers used to spend at least $6 000, they now need $400 more. A ZIMRA official at Beitbridge Border Post said the changes sought to ensure…

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