Zanu PF youths ,unhappy over Saviour Kasukuwere stands dispute threaten to join MDC-T anti-corruption protest on Wednesday.

Zanu PF youths ,unhappy over Saviour Kasukuwere stands dispute  threaten to join MDC-T anti-corruption protest on Wednesday.

DISGRUNTLED Zanu PF youths who are unhappy over the manner in which Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere has handled the stands dispute at Ushewokunze Housing Co-operative in Harare, have threatened to join their MDC-T counterparts in a planned anti-corruption demonstration scheduled for Wednesday next week. “We are fed up with this corruption, Zanu PF leaders have become land barons. They go around the country claiming that the land belongs to youths, yet they are feeding…

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‘Bond notes will start circulating by the end of next month’- Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor, Dr John Mangudya

‘Bond notes will start circulating by the end of next month’- Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor, Dr John Mangudya

 THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has announced that bond notes will start circulating by the end of next month with an initial equivalent of about $75 million injected into the market by the end of the year. Presenting his Mid-Term Monetary Policy Statement yesterday, RBZ Governor, Dr John Mangudya, said the bond notes strategy would impact positively on the economy as he appealed for Zimbabweans to have trust and confidence in the merits of the…

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Govt transfers senior staff from Mnene Mission Hospital over US$400 000 fraud through tender flouting

Govt transfers senior staff from Mnene Mission Hospital over US$400 000 fraud through tender flouting

  THE Government has transferred senior officials at Mnene Mission Hospital in Mberengwa to bring sanity to the scandal- ridden health institution. They include the Medical Superintendent Dr Nyasha Makura and the District Medical Officer Dr Pascal Nyachowe. Apart from being prejudiced of about $400 000 by three senior officials after they allegedly defrauded the institution by flouting tenders and inflating prices, there are reports that 700 bags of cement have gone to waste and…

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MORE than 300 gold panners have been trapped in a 150 metre deep mine shaft at Durban Gold Mine in Bubi District since Monday.

MORE than 300 gold panners have been trapped in a 150 metre deep mine shaft at Durban Gold Mine in Bubi District since Monday. Yesterday, the illegal miners were involved in a standoff with officials from Duration Gold which owns the mine as they were refusing to come out of the shaft, fearing arrest. The mine owners had brought rescue teams. The illegal miners are said to have invaded the mine last week after allegedly…

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Soldiers deployed to Kezi, Maphisa to block villager protests against forced evictions by ARDA and partners TREK fuels in farming

Soldiers deployed to Kezi, Maphisa to block villager protests against forced evictions by  ARDA and partners TREK fuels in  farming

  SOLDIERS DEPLOYED TO KEZI, MAPHISA where ARDA has partnered TREK fuels in a farming project that is forcing villagers off their land. The government is in absolute fear of public defiance by the angry villagers who view this as similar to colonial mentality where their ancestors were pushed off fertile land by colonial, white settlers, the only difference being that, this time its enforced by Mugabe’s ‘black oppressors of blacks’ Zanu PF regime which…

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Prophetic Healing and Deliverance minister Walter Magaya’s ‘rape case’, remanded to 28 September and bail conditions relaxed

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance minister  Walter Magaya’s ‘rape case’, remanded to 28 September and bail conditions relaxed

  Courts have relaxed the bail conditions imposed upon the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance minister  Walter Magaya. Magaya who is facing a rape charge will now report once a week on Fridays at the CID Law and Order section which is more relaxed than the thrice a  week reporting regime he has been facing all along. Magaya was said, not to be a flight risk and his case was placed on remand to 28 September 2016. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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Matebeleland Plumtree Man, chopped up his dad (77), in front of his 3 year old son and buried body in a cave with his wife’s help

Matebeleland Plumtree Man, chopped up his dad (77), in front of his 3 year old son and buried body in a cave with his wife’s help

    A MAN from Plumtree who axed his elderly father to death and chopped the body into pieces before burying it in a cave while his son (3) watched, has been sentenced to life in prison. Certain Moyo (26) from Malisikwana Village connived with his wife and killed his father, Siphoko Moyo, who was 77-years-old at the time of his death in 2014. The wife, Patience Mabhena, reportedly fled to South Africa. Certain was…

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PRESIDENT Mugabe’s latest stop over in Zimbabwe, ends with departure to Venezuela, for 17th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit,

PRESIDENT Mugabe’s latest stop over in Zimbabwe, ends with departure to Venezuela, for 17th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit,

  President Robert Mugabe, yesterday departed from Harare, along with his usual entourage of senior Government officials and his wife , First lady, Grace Mugabe, to attend the 17th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit, in Venezuela. While no longer considered of great relevance,NAM is a body that was created in 1961 and has 120 member states whose primary focus include self determination, independence, and sovereignty and territorial integrity and for President Robert Mugabe, NAM is a…

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Mweyamutsvene Catholic School head and wife demoted, over denying poor, barefooted boy , access to exams

Mweyamutsvene Catholic School head and wife demoted, over denying poor, barefooted boy , access to exams

MWEYAMUTSVENE CATHOLIC SHOOL HEAD AND WIFE DEMOTED: A boy, Belvin Chibi can, in a sense feel Justice has been served after the school head, Abel Rubendo was demoted demoted and removed from the school, to teach geography reportedly at St Joseph school. The saga arose from the fact that the boy Belvin Chibi then doing his form four was barred from sitting his finals for being barefoot. His grandmother could not afford a pair of…

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Civil servants demand, a black and white statement, by government over annual bonuses and salaries.

Civil servants demand, a black and white statement, by government over annual bonuses and  salaries.

  Civil servants yesterday demanded formal communication from the Government assuring them that they will receive their traditional annual bonuses and that their salaries will not be slashed. This follows a statement by Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Dr Christopher Mushohwe, assuring the Government workers that they would receive their salaries, allowances and annual bonuses as usual. Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa had announced in his Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review statement last…

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