‘Zimbabwe Republic Police are not ready to arrest me and the courts have no jurisdiction to order my arrest’.- Jonathan Moyo,

‘Zimbabwe Republic Police are not ready to arrest me and the courts have no jurisdiction to order my arrest’.- Jonathan Moyo,

  Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo, who is under fire over allegations of abusing $450 000 from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) said the police were not ready to arrest him and the courts have no jurisdiction to order his arrest. Opposing an application by a Harare vendor, Mr Hardlife Mudzingwa to have him arrested on corruption charges, Prof Moyo deposed an affidavit stating that Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri, who was cited…

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JONATHAN MOYO went on twitter with a daring challenge to Zimbabwe’s Army brass to account for the missing US $15 billion

JONATHAN MOYO went on twitter with a daring challenge to Zimbabwe’s Army brass to account for the missing US $15 billion

JONATHAN MOYO went on twitter with a daring challenge to Zimbabwe’s Army brass to account for the missing US $15 billion which is unaccounted for at Chiadzwa diamond mines which werr militarised and plundered by President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu pf. To the ‘Discerning eye, newzimbabwevision,its all nonsense! why should Jonathan Moyo threaten to expose anyone. He is indirectly admitting conspiring to defraud Chiadzwa with the military because it appears from his utterances that he knows…

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36 ORDINARY LEVEL CANDIDATES stranded after private school owner and his school secretary girl friend flees with their fees

36 ORDINARY LEVEL CANDIDATES stranded after private school owner and his school secretary girl friend flees with their fees

  36 ORDINARY LEVEL CANDIDATES, are in a state of confusion after their private college Shalom Christian Academy which rented premises at St Ignatius Roman Catholic Primary School in Hwange and owned by a Daylove Zvavamwe, (35) collected the pupils exam fees, but didn’t register them with the Zimbabwe School Examination Council . Zvavamwe, fled with the exam fees along with the school’s clerk also his girlfriend. The 36 pupils are now stranded as they are…

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20 YEARS JAIL FOR BULAWAYO BISHOP, who, with his brother raped and impregnated a 17-year-old congregant at their church

A SELF-proclaimed bishop from Bulawayo who, with his brother who is still at large, raped and impregnated a 17-year-old congregant at their church has been sentenced to 20 years in jail.   Andrew Mnkandla (41) stunned a court when he failed to recite four common Bible verses. He held the victim hostage at his house while he raped her.   The court heard he went to the teen’s mother with his wife and tried to…

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‘Zim People First (ZimPF) sacks ex Infor dep minister, Matonga for spying for the military and Zanu Pf Lacoste faction’

‘Zim People First (ZimPF) sacks ex Infor dep minister, Matonga for spying for the military and Zanu Pf Lacoste faction’

‘ OPPOSITION Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader Joice Mujuru has reportedly sanctioned the sacking of former Information deputy minister, Bright Matonga from the party, NewsDay has learnt.Informed sources told this paper that Matonga was expelled a few weeks ago on charges of spying. “Matonga was expelled a few weeks ago after being accused of being a spy for the military and especially for a faction of Zanu PF associated with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa,” a ZimPF…

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29 out of 43 aspiring High Court judge fail writing a judgment, 4 chicken out of interviews for High Court judges’ posts

29 out of 43  aspiring High Court judge fail writing a judgment, 4 chicken out of interviews for  High Court judges’ posts

      TWENTY-NINE aspiring High Court judges have proved that they cannot write a judgment, a basic skill every judge must possess. Fearing more embarrassment, four of the candidates — part of the 10 lawyers lined up to be interviewed for the High Court judges’ posts — yesterday chickened out and slunk out of the waiting room. The panel, that was made up of 10 commissioners from the Judicial Service Commission, had to adjourn early after…

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10 years Jail for Lupane man who killed his workmate and left the body in Matopos National Park where it was devoured by hyenas

. A MAN from Lupane who killed his workmate and hid the body in a bush near Matopos National Park where it was devoured by hyenas, was yesterday sentenced to 10 years in jail. Postmortem results show that the heart, tongue, trachea, mouth, generative organs, kidneys, liver, bladder, intestines and other stomach contents were missing. Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Nokuthula Moyo convicted Godfrey Mlalazi (41) of Sishane Village 4 of a lesser charge of…

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Empumalanga residents in Hwange effect a citizens arrest on an alleged married paedophile having an affair with a 12-year-old girl

Empumalanga residents  in Hwange  effect a citizens arrest on an alleged married paedophile  having an affair with a 12-year-old girl

      RESIDENTS of Empumalanga suburb in Hwange teamed up and effected a citizens arrest on an alleged married paedophile for having a love affair with a 12-year-old girl from the same suburb. The Chronicle was told that Phathisani Tshuma (36), a stocks controller at Delta Beverages in Hwange, was in the habit of having affairs with minor girls who he impregnates and dumps. On Sunday he allegedly picked up the 12-year-old girl and…

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‘Corruption is a security threat as it can cause protests against State’s non action on corrupt senior Gvt officials’ -Major General

‘Corruption is a security threat as it can cause protests against  State’s non action on corrupt senior Gvt officials’ -Major General

PAYING lip service to fighting corruption is a serious national security threat as it has potential to force civilians into riotous behaviour protesting the State’s non action, a Zimbabwe National Army general has said. Giving oral evidence before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Defence and Security in Harare yesterday, Chief of Staff Administration, Major General Douglas Nyikayaramba, said the country’s economy was not growing and was bleeding because of corruption by some senior Government officials…

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FOURTEEN die in two accidents around the Kadoma area along the Harare-Bulawayo Road in one weekend.

FOURTEEN people died in two separate road traffic accidents that occurred around the Kadoma area along the Harare-Bulawayo Road at the weekend.   Police spokesperson, Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the first accident, which occurred a few kilometres outside Kadoma on Saturday, killing seven people, leaving nine others injured in a pile up involving three vehicles — a commuter omnibus, Toyota Vitz and a Honda Fit, saying the accident occurred at Ngwena shops near…

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