Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has fired four directors for alleged incompetence.

Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has fired four directors for alleged incompetence.

THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has fired four directors for alleged incompetence.   Engineer Israel Rwodzi, Water Supply Operations, Mr Honest Murindagomo, Finance, Eng Bongile Ndiweni, Projects and Planning and Eng Samuel Sunguro, Groundwater and Drilling Services were relieved of their duties after a Zinwa board meeting last week. The directors, sources alleged, failed to put in place mechanisms to ensure that the cash strapped water authority, which has not paid its workers in…

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Riot police and municipal police block protesters from submitting petition to council, against alleged corruption by top officials.

Riot police teamed up with Harare municipal police to block protesters from handing over a petition to city authorities today to demonstrate against alleged corruption by top officials.. The protesters had gathered at Harare Town House to demonstrate against alleged corruption by top officials. However, when Harare Mayor councillor Bernard Manyenyeni gave George Makoni, Advocacy Officer for Centre for Community Development in Zimbabwe ( CCDZ) a platform to address the crowd riot police quickly arrested…

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Council tightens water shedding to 72 hours per week as water in supply dams and reservoirs has gone beyond critical levels

Council tightens water shedding to 72 hours per week as water in supply dams and reservoirs has gone beyond critical levels

THE Bulawayo City Council yesterday reviewed its water shedding schedule to 72 hours per week as the amount of water in supply dams and reservoirs has gone beyond critical levels. The local authority also warned that if residents fail to use less water under the new schedule, more stringent measures would be implemented. At the height of water shedding in 2013, Bulawayo residents went without water for up to four days in a week. Last…

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Cuthbert Dube and two armed accomplices allegedly robbed 43 shops and schools at gunpoint in Zhombe and Kwekwe.

Cuthbert Dube and two armed accomplices allegedly robbed 43 shops and schools at gunpoint in Zhombe and Kwekwe.

POLICE in Gokwe have arrested two armed robbers who, together with Cuthbert Dube, allegedly robbed 43 shops and schools at gunpoint in Zhombe and Kwekwe. Kelvin Dube (32) of Amaveni high density suburb and Tafadzwa Magirisa (24) of Mbizo high density suburb in Kwekwe were last week arraigned before Gokwe Magistrate, Mr Solomon Jenya, facing 43 counts of armed robbery and unlawful entry. Dube and Magirisa pleaded not guilty and were remanded in custody to…

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Zim Republic Police support unit guarding Zimsec exam papers in Gutu, Masvingo at Mupandawana Secondary school was struck with an iron bar and disarmed by attackers

A member of the Zimbabwe Republic Police support unit guarding Zimsec exam papers in Gutu, Masvingo at Mupandawana Secondary school was struck with an iron bar. This is the third time such an incident has occurred.A source familiar with the situation said: “l’m wondering why they [attackers] are not taking the guns but just bashing them. Mind you, these are riot guys, people are angry, they want to prove power, maybe.” source-bulawayo24

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WELCOME TO newzimbabwevision media platforms for debate

WELCOME TO newzimbabwevision media platforms for debate

WELCOME TO newzimbabwevision media platforms for debate, with the following current numbers and growing daily: 1)Zimbabwe News 4 us Zimbabweans group 69,020members 2) ZIMBABWE NEWS, BUILDING A PROSPEROUS POST 2018 VISION group , 28,910 members 3) New Zimbabwe Vision group, 16,034 members 4) Newzimbabwevision media website with 18,406likes 5) My timeline with 5000 friends and followed by 6,322 people. Zimbabwe has 16 official languages,Chewa, Chibarwe, English, Kalanga, “Koisan” (presumably Tsoa), Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona,…

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Zimbabwe has rejected embracing homosexuality that some European countries wanted the country to take up at the United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group meeting,

Zimbabwe has rejected embracing homosexuality that some European countries wanted the country to take up at the United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group meeting,

Zimbabwe has rejected embracing homosexuality that some European countries wanted the country to take up at the United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group meeting, but accepted 142 other recommendations that are not in contradiction with the national Constitution.Spain and Canada are some of the countries that recommended that Zimbabwe decriminalises same sex marriage for consenting adults. In some poor African countries, the West has gone to the extent of dangling aid and budgetary support…

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Masvingo man shoots his married girlfriend’s husband, a soldier in the chest after the soldier caught him being intimate with his wife in the boyfriend’s car

A DARING Masvingo man allegedly shot his girlfriend’s husband in the chest after he had caught him being intimate with the woman in his car. Wayne Matema of Mucheke allegedly shot Mr Joseph Ushe, a soldier at 4 Infantry Brigade in Masvingo, in the chest leaving him seriously injured. Ushe had allegedly found Matema being intimate with his wife, Tariro Mpofu, in a car near her workplace on Wednesday around 2AM. After realising that he…

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‘Bulawayo man stabbed to death by his ex-wife’s boyfriend on Saturday night following an altercation at the woman’s house in Mabutweni suburb’

. A Bulawayo man was allegedly stabbed to death by his ex-wife’s boyfriend on Saturday night following an altercation at the woman’s house in Mabutweni suburb. Mr Collen Muleya, 52, died in the early hours of yesterday after bleeding from the right arm where he had been allegedly stabbed by his rival, only identified as Nomzy from Mpopoma. Mr Muleya’s ex-wife Ms Margaret Komba reportedly brought Nomzy to her home around midnight and the two…

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Lupane man (32) who axed a defenceless old man causing multiple lacerations, a fractured skull, 6 lost teeth and swelling and burnt him, jailed 7yrs

Lupane man (32) who axed a defenceless old man causing multiple lacerations, a fractured skull, 6 lost teeth and swelling and burnt him, jailed 7yrs

  A MAN from Lupane who visited a neighbour’s home and took some beer, drank it without the owner’s consent before assaulting him when he complained has been slapped with an effective five-year jail term for attempted murder. Mehluli Ndlovu (32) pleaded not guilty to the charge when he appeared before Hwange regional magistrate Dambudzo Malunga on Thursday last week. The magistrate convicted and sentenced him to seven years in jail. Two years were suspended…

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