Mugabe highly concerned over the high rate of divorce that is destroying many families in Zimbabwe,…REALLY?…?.

Mugabe highly concerned over the high rate of divorce that is destroying many families in Zimbabwe,…REALLY?…?.

    President Mugabe on Friday expressed concern over the high rate of divorce that was destroying many families. He said in most cases, men were to blame for the break-ups. President Mugabe said this while addressing hundreds of women who attended the Women’s League National Assembly meeting at the Zanu-PF headquarters in Harare. The meeting was attended by First Lady, Dr Grace Mugabe, Vice Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko, Women’s League members, National…

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Sizane High School classroom blocks and office, and eight houses and a block of flats in Pelandaba, Bulawayo lose roofs in storm

      MORE than eight houses and a block of flats in Tshabalala suburb were destroyed by heavy winds that were accompanied by light rains on Saturday, forcing community leaders to appeal for assistance. Tshabalala Clinic and some shops at Machipisa shopping centre in the same suburb were also damaged. Mahlabezulu Primary School in the suburb had the roof of one of its blocks blown off. The Schools’ Development Committee chairman Mr Lawrence Munhivi…

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DISGRACED top Bulawayo lawyer Sindiso Mazibisa has been barred from practising law in Zimbabwe

DISGRACED top Bulawayo lawyer Sindiso Mazibisa has been barred from practising law in Zimbabwe

DISGRACED top Bulawayo lawyer Sindiso Mazibisa has been barred from practising law in Zimbabwe after a tribunal on Friday ruled that he be deregistered. Mazibisa was a senior partner at Cheda and Partners Law Firm before it was shut down in April last year. Cheda and Partners collapsed following the misuse of the company’s trust fund. In one case, the law firm failed to account for $335 000 which businessman Titus Ncube deposited with the…

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Three dead and several injured after Inter-Africa Bus Services Bus head-on collision with a car in Esigodini.

  THREE people were killed while several others were seriously injured yesterday when a bus they were travelling in was involved in a head-on collision with a car in Esigodini. The accident occurred along the Beitbridge-Bulawayo Road shortly after 5PM. The bus, belonging to Inter-Africa Bus Services, was coming from Chipinge headed for Bulawayo while the car, a Mazda Demio was coming from Bulawayo. The number of people who were injured and their conditions could…

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Zimbabwe Farmers Development Company (ZFDC) sues ZPCS Commissioner general over outstanding US$137 777 farming debt

Zimbabwe Farmers Development Company (ZFDC) sues ZPCS  Commissioner general over outstanding US$137 777 farming  debt

  COMMISSIONER-GENERAL of the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services, Retired Major-General Paradzai Zimondi, has been taken to the High Court by the Zimbabwe Farmers Development Company (ZFDC) after allegedly failing to service a US$137 777 debt emanating from farming equipment supplied to him on credit over a decade ago. On September 7 this year, ZFDC issued summons against the top prisons boss under case number HC9059/16 and the latter has since entered his appearance to…

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BancABC a member of ,Atlas Mara Grp ,co-owned by ex Barclays Plc CE & billionaire Ashish rejects Mugabe’s son’s (19), US$380 000 loan application

BancABC  a member of ,Atlas Mara Grp ,co-owned by ex  Barclays Plc CE & billionaire Ashish rejects Mugabe’s son’s  (19), US$380 000 loan application

  A LOCAL bank has rejected President Robert Mugabe’s teenage son Bellarmine Chatunga’s predatory US$380 000 loan application to fund his obscure businesses and lavish lifestyle as it seeks to contain non-performing credit to politically exposed persons on its books, it has been established. Informed banking sources told the Zimbabwe Independent this week that Chatunga (19) — Mugabe’s last born — approached a local commercial bank, BancABC through its branch in Mt Pleasant last month pushing…

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“This is illegal. Parliament shall determine as when it shall sit, Mugabe is no longer permitted to officially open Parliament”-Jessie Majome

“This is illegal.  Parliament shall determine as when it shall sit, Mugabe is no longer permitted to officially open Parliament”-Jessie Majome

  Debating during the Alpha Media Holdings (AMH)-organised public meeting on Thursday on the state of constitutionalism, Majome said the new Constitution stipulates that Mugabe is no longer permitted to officially open Parliament after the initial event which takes place soon after assumption of duty as President of the Republic. “It is unfortunate that as MPs at times, we don’t question some of these things. We do certain illegal things. There is this thing which…

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Home Affairs minister Mohadi’s wife Senator Tambudzani Mohadi has threatened to drag Grace Mugabe to court over a farm dispute.

Home Affairs minister Mohadi’s wife Senator Tambudzani Mohadi has threatened to drag Grace Mugabe to court over a farm dispute.

Senator Tambudzani Mohadi has threatened to drag First Lady Grace Mugabe to court over a farm dispute. Mohadi is in court in a bid to wrestle away a Gwanda farm from a white commercial farmer George Watson. In an apparent attempt to intimidate  Bulawayo High Court judge Nokuthula Moyo, Mohadi took to 16 Zanu PF women’s league members to  court excluding her lawyer. Judge Moyo would have non of it.Said Judge Moyo “the court doesn’t…

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“The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interrèd with their bones,” said Mark Anthony in Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar

“The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interrèd with their bones,” said Mark Anthony in Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar

“The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interrèd with their bones,” said Mark Anthony in Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar. The evil that President Mugabe has done has come back to haunt him in his old age! Last week the President of Botswana, Ian Khama, told President Mugabe in no uncertain terms that he must go. “Without doubt,” he said. “He should have done it years ago.” “It is obvious that…

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