- AFRICA, DOES IT THE NATIVE WAY AS VILLAGERS invigilate O and A level exams in Karoi, Zvishavane, Mberengwa, Mutare, Uzumba, Maramba and Pfungwe,
- MDC-T LEADER THOKOZANI KHUPE HAS EXPELLED EIGHT SENATORS from parliament as they no longer represent the interests of the MDC-T party with effect from June 30 June 2020
- PAKISTAN-180 PASSENGERS RETURNING TO SOUTH AFRICA AND ZIMBABWE, RELIEVED AFTER 'MAZAMBURA RURAL BUS SERVICE' -a.ka.a Air Zimbabwe' 8767-200 ER aircraft with 17 crew and 2 passengers emergency landing,-this time it had not run out of fuel, just the left engine shut down!
- OVER 42 NURSES AND 26 STUDENT NURSES AT THE UNITED BULAWAYO HOSPITALS (UBH) quarantined following the death of a 79-year-old woman who succumbed to Covid-19 last week.
- A GWANDA miner(31) , allegedly strangling his workmate and dumping the body on a railway line, where it was crushed by a train to conceal the murder.
Last week, the Sheriff of the High Court announced the upcoming sale of household property belonging to former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive, Happison Muchechetere, after he failed to settle a US$24 000 legal bill to a Harare law firm, Dube Manikai and Hwacha.
Muchechetere, whose name together with that of former Premier Services Medical Aid Society’s Cuthbert Dube became national by-words for mega salaries, was defended by the law firm in a case in which he was accused of defrauding ZBC and criminal abuse of office.
The same sheriff announced the attachment and impending sale of property belonging to Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers’ Union president, Wonder Chabikwa, over an undisclosed debt owed to IETC Zimbabwe.
Chabikwa’s assets at his Coburn Estates in Chegutu that will be going under the hammer include two tractors, a herd of 60 cattle, 15 goats and sheep and other farming implements.
Former legislator and opposition politician, Job Sikhala is set to lose a commercial property in Chitungwiza after he failed to repay CBZ Bank an undisclosed sum of money. Sikhala’s commercial property at Huruyadzo Shopping Centre in St Mary’s has nine shops.
Embattled businessman, Cecil Muderede, is set to lose a residential property in Harare’s Horgety Hill over an undisclosed amount owed to Allied Insurance Company.
Muderede owned the country’s largest wholesaler Jaggers and its subsidiary Trador, which went into liquidation in 2010 after he failed to pay creditors who were owed over US$13 million.
Another troubled businessman, Simba Mangwende had six lorry trailers attached by Roma Furniture over a debt of more than US$75 000 arising from unpaid rentals for business premises.
Seed firm, Seed Co is also dragging academic and farmer, Ibbo Mandaza, to court over an undisclosed debt. Source: Financial Gazette