Moyo Off To Capetown-‘The Late Daughter ‘Zanele’ Battled With Depression On And Off’

JONATHAN MOYO LEAVES FOR CAPETOWN AS ITS REVEALED THAT HIS LATE DAUGHTER, ‘ZANELE’ BATTLED WITH DEPRESSION ON AND OFF   HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo’s daughter, Zanele, has been found dead at a house in Capetown, South Africa.   Prof Moyo had just started addressing academic staff at the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo yesterday when an aide walked over and asked him to step outside,…

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Mugabe Shocked That Officials Steal And Under-Price Gushungo Dairy Products???

Mugabe Shocked That Officials  Steal And Under-Price Gushungo Dairy Products???

President Robert Mugabe has castigated officials in both the private and public sector for lack of honesty and for constantly scheming how to defraud or steal property. Addressing hundreds of people gathered at the Nhetekwa homestead in Mhondoro today, President Mugabe said it so disheartening to see “people whom you give trust to manage your affairs engage in rampant corruption.” He cited the case of Gushungo Dairy where people have been stealing and underpricing some…

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‘O’ Level Pupils Will Be required To Have Drivers Licenses From 2016 – Lazarus Dokora

All ORDINARY Level pupils will soon be required to have driver’s licences in line with the Life Orientation Skills Programme to be introduced in 2016 under the new education curriculum. Already two schools in Matabeleland South are giving pupils driving lessons and facilitating road tests with the Vehicle Inspection Department. Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora said, “The idea came from people who participated in the curriculum review process and said, ‘We want…

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MPs Alarmed By Rise In Beggars, Street Kids, Mothers, Fathers , Youths & Prostitution

MEMBERS of Parliament have expressed concern over the alleged increase in prostitution both in urban and rural areas. In a motion before the National Assembly, the lawmakers said they were concerned by the increasing number of “beggars, street kids, street mothers, fathers and youths” at road intersections and pavements in urban areas. They also said they were disturbed by the wanton abuse of alcohol and other intoxicants by the younger generation. The motion, which is…

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Army & Airforce Get New Vehicles Plus 90 Vehicles Allocated To Lieutenant-Colonels

Government last week received the second batch of vehicles – including all-terrain troop-carrying trucks, water cannons, buses and equipment, mostly used by the military and police – bought from an Indian automobile manufacturing company, Ashok Leyland, under a $50-million loan facility from the Export-Import Bank of India. The Independent reported that it is reliably informed that the military vehicles were dispatched to various units on Thursday and Friday. The remainder of the vehicles were officially…

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Three People Die As Two National Railways Of Zimbabwe Goods Trains Collide

  Three people died while two others were injured when two National Railways of Zimbabwe goods trains collided at around half past eight Friday evening. One train, carrying containers and coming from Mutare and the other ferrying granite rocks from Harare collided at Bromley Siding near Melfort. Two NRZ train crew members died on the spot, while the third died at Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare. Their names are still being withheld until their next of…

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Mt Selinda, ‘UCCZ’ Run High School Rocked By Militant Students Demonstrations

A STUDENT unrest has rocked the United Church of Christ (UCCZ)-run Mt Selinda High School in Chipinge where militant pupils took to the streets protesting against church officials for illegally confiscating a vehicle from their headmaster. The irate pupils want their headmaster, Mr Watson Bundwa, to be handed back a Toyota D4D twin cab truck, which was taken by the church early this year Business in Chipinge’s Central Business District came to halt as close…

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Mugabe Claims: ‘Wifey Leads No Faction,..People Are just Jealous Of Grace’

Mugabe Claims: ‘Wifey Leads No Faction,..People Are just Jealous Of Grace’

President Robert yesterday defended his wife, First Lady Grace Mugabe, saying she did not lead a faction and her critics were jealous because of her work and had nothing to offer. Addressing the Zanu-PF central committee, Mugabe said neither Grace nor Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa led factions, saying this was fictitious and imaginary. “I want to pay tribute to the Women’s League … they have criss-crossed the country drumming up support. “They have shown that there…

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Mugabe’s Chinese Friend Who Allegedly Funded CIO Detained In Beijing

Mugabe’s Chinese Friend Who Allegedly Funded CIO  Detained In Beijing

Sam Pa, the enigmatic figure who allegedly helped finance the Central Intelligence Organisation before Zimbabwe’s elections, has been detained in Beijing according to a report in The Financial Times. The Chinese financial magazine Caixin reported that his detention was connected with an investigation into the former Chairman of the Chinese state owned oil company, Sinopec, by the Chinese ruling party’s anti-graft body. In 2012 Global Witness investigations revealed evidence that Zimbabwe’s feared and highly partisan…

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Minister Mombeshora Wants Michael Norman Connolly To Vaccate Boxwell Farm

THE Minister of Land and Rural Resettlement, Douglas Mombeshora, is locked in a legal wrangle with a white commercial farmer over the ownership of a farm in Bulilima district. The commercial farmer is allegedly refusing to vacate Boxwell Farm of McGee which was acquired by the government in terms of the Land Acquisition Act under the Land Reform programme. Mombeshora, through the Civil Division in the Attorney General’s Office, this week filed summons at the…

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