Gumbo Mutasa and Mliswa lawyers sue them for US $25 000 unpaid representation in their dismissal case from Zanu PF

Gumbo  Mutasa and Mliswa  lawyers sue them for US $25 000 unpaid representation in their dismissal case from Zanu PF

  Fighting the ruling Zanu-PF at court has proved costly for three politicians who were fired from the revolutionary party after their lawyers turned against them and took them to the High Court over unpaid legal fees to the tune of $25 000. Rugare Eleck Ngidi Gumbo and Dydmus Mutasa, who are now with a new political outfit Zimbabwe People First, together with Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy leader Temba Mliswa, made headlines between…

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NULUMANE 5 KIDNAPPER: claims ‘Barefoot girl (4) was just following me 5km at her own will. I didn’t kidnap her, your worship’

NULUMANE 5 KIDNAPPER: claims  ‘Barefoot girl (4) was just following me 5km at her own will. I didn’t kidnap her, your worship’

      A 32-YEAR-OLD man has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping a girl (4) after luring her with jiggies. She was rescued by suspicious residents after the two had travelled for about five kilometres from her home. Shepherd Mutsvenguri of Nkulumane 5, Bulawayo appeared before Western Commonage magistrate Ms Tancy Dube charged with kidnapping. He pleaded not guilty and was remanded to October 5 for trial. Mutsvenguri claimed that the minor just followed him…

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Six Johane Masowe apostolic sect members die in Harare-Nyamapanda Road crash.

SIX members of the Johane Masowe apostolic sect died, while 14 others were injured when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in overturned on Saturday along the Harare-Nyamapanda Road. The accident occurred near the 44km peg in Murehwa. National police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the accident. “A Toyota Hiace was travelling along Harare-Nyamapanda Road with 22 passengers on board. “On approaching the 44km peg on the said road, the vehicle’s left rear tyre…

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300 jumbos died in the Hwange National Park in 2013 and four have been killed along Manzamnyama River in suspected cyanide poisoning

  FOUR elephants were found dead along Manzamnyama River which borders Bulilima District in Matabeleland South Province and Tsholotsho District in Matabeleland North in a suspected case of cyanide poisoning. Bulilima Rural District Council chief executive officer, Mr John Brown Ncube said a professional hunter who was operating in the district found the carcasses at the river on Friday. He said tests were being conducted to ascertain the cause of death. Mr Ncube said the…

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Government has embarked on an exercise to redeploy teachers, in a bid to address staff shortages

Government has embarked on an exercise to redeploy teachers, in a bid to address staff shortages

  THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has embarked on an exercise to redeploy teachers, a move aimed at addressing staff shortages. The Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Professor Paul Mavima told The Chronicle that the Government was working on a rationalisation programme that will see teachers being transferred from schools that are over-staffed to those in need of more educators. He said the process was being conducted in conjunction with the…

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‘PRESIDENT Mugabe is in full control of Zimbabwe and doing his work as mandated’, VP Phelekezela Mphoko

‘PRESIDENT Mugabe is in full control of Zimbabwe and doing his work as mandated’, VP Phelekezela Mphoko

  PRESIDENT Mugabe is in full control of the country and is doing his work as mandated, Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko said yesterday. His remarks follow a Constitutional Court application filed by the leader of a shadowy group Tajamuka/Sesijikile spokesperson and former MDC-T youth leader Promise Mkwananzi, who is seeking an order compelling President Mugabe to step down on allegations that he has failed to properly run the country. In his application, Mkwananzi claims that…

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A week after 10 died, six more have died at the accident black spot, 340km peg near Shangani along Bulawayo-Harare Road

  SIX people died on the spot while two were seriously injured when the driver of a Toyota Ipsum lost control, encroached and side swiped with an oncoming DAF truck along the Bulawayo-Harare Road on Friday night. According to media reports, the accident occurred at around 9pm at the 340km peg near Shangani barely a week after 10 people perished at the 369km peg along the same road. National police spokesman Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi…

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‘Gungwe High School teacher has reportedly fled to Botswana after allegedly sexually abusing 14 schoolboys at the school’.

‘Gungwe High School teacher has reportedly fled to Botswana after allegedly sexually abusing 14 schoolboys at the school’.

  A Gungwe High School teacher has reportedly skipped boarder to neighbouring Botswana after he allegedly sexually abused 14 schoolboys at the school. It is alleged that the unnamed teacher would “sneak into the temporary boarding facilities and sodomise the pupils before threatening them if they reported the matter.” Traditional leader, Chief Mathe confirmed the incident. Chief Mathe told the state controlled Sunday News that the headmaster, Mr Mangazha, on Friday told him that 14…

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PRISON Inmates relatives asked to bring 1kg kapenta fish, 3 cans tinned beef or tinned fish, 2kg sugar,2 loaves of bread, 1kg powdered milk,

PRISON Inmates relatives asked to bring 1kg kapenta fish, 3 cans tinned beef or tinned fish, 2kg sugar,2 loaves of bread, 1kg powdered milk,

  The Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has extended its begging bowl to donor agencies and relatives of convicts as thousands of inmates face serious food shortages, it has emerged. Zimbabwe’s cash-strapped government is struggling to raise funds to feed prisoners. Although President Robert Mugabe this year freed over 2 000 prisoners on an amnesty, information gathered by The Standard shows that correctional officials are struggling to cater for the basic needs of inmates….

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