Bulawayo City Council councilors all MDC-T members owe the municipality a whooping US$662 299.78

Bulawayo City Council councilors all MDC-T members owe the municipality a whooping US$662 299.78

Bulawayo City Council councillors all MDC-T members owe the municipality a whooping US$662 299.78 for inappropriate land deals, a probe report reveals. Last week, Local government minister Saviour Kasukuwere suspended five councilors, led by deputy Mayor Gift Banda, accused of being the most corrupt lot. The other four suspended councilors are James Sithole, Mzama Dube, Charles Moyo and Reuben Matengu. According to the a report seen by Bulawayo24.com,  Kasukuwere said “there was public outcry about…

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‘Police commissioner-general, Augustine Chihuri vows to crush any peaceful demonstrations staged against Robert Mugabe’s misrule’

‘Police commissioner-general, Augustine Chihuri vows to crush any peaceful demonstrations staged against Robert Mugabe’s misrule’

  The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) strongly condemns the unwarranted attack on the people and the country’s Constitution by the police commissioner-general, Augustine Chihuri. Chihuri last Friday at a meeting on Public Order and Security Act (Posa), Chihuri in Harare vowed to crush any peaceful demonstrations staged against Robert Mugabe’s misrule and the citizens’ demands for key electoral reforms before the 2018 elections. The meeting was attended by officers commanding police districts and provinces. What…

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Without safety testing or licence to operate equipment, Harare Central Hospital exposes 12 patients, including a pregnant woman and four children below the age of 10 years to radiation

Without safety testing or licence to operate equipment, Harare Central Hospital exposes 12 patients, including a pregnant woman and four children below the age of 10 years to radiation

    Harare Central Hospital has come under fire for reportedly exposing 12 patients, including a pregnant woman, to the effects of ionising radiation, The Herald can reveal. Radiation effects can lead to cancer induction, sterility, cataracts as well as manifestation of genetic or hereditary effects that can contribute to children being born with defects. At high levels of exposure, one can experience blood changes, radiation burns, nausea and even death. The hospital’s actions contravene…

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‘Remove, not only Mugabe and Zanu PF but the ‘evil system’ that has sustained Zanu PF rule since 1980 independance,’-ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa

‘Remove, not only Mugabe and Zanu PF but the ‘evil system’ that has sustained  Zanu PF rule since 1980 independance,’-ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa

    ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa has said removing President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF alone is not enough, saying Zimbabweans must also weed the country of the “evil system” that has sustained the governing party since 1980 to guarantee economic turnaround. Addressing party supporters at Gadadi business centre in Umzingwane district, Matabeleland South province, Dabengwa on Saturday said Mugabe and Zanu PF’s “bad governance lies at the root of the country’s socio-economic problems”. He,…

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A despot who refuses to implement Zimbabwe security sector reforms, unashamedly calls for reforms of the UN Security Council

A despot who refuses to implement  Zimbabwe  security sector reforms, unashamedly calls for reforms of the UN Security Council

OPPOSITION political parties have labelled as hypocritical demands by President Robert Mugabe for reforms at the United Nations Security Council, saying the Zanu PF leader should first implement security sector reforms at home before demanding reforms at the UN. MDC-T spokesperson, Obert Gutu, branded Mugabe as suffering from selective amnesia after the Zanu PF party declined to implement security sector reforms and demilitarise the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s secretariat to level the political playing field ahead…

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South African Government to regularise presence of thousands of qualified, unemployed Zimbabwean Teachers in South Africa

    The Zimbabwean and South African Governments are working towards regularisation of the teaching profession to deal with unemployed but qualified teachers in Zimbabwe and at the same time address the need gap in South Africa in a collaborative manner. The process is expected to see Zimbabwean teachers in South Africa being registered and licensed. The move comes against the backdrop of an unquantifiable number of qualified Zimbabwean teachers working in South Africa. Some…

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‘Burning schools, libraries, and institutions of higher learning is setting South Africa back from progressing’ Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba.

  Cape Town — Burning schools, libraries, and institutions of higher learning is setting South Africa back from progressing as a nation, says Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba. Makgoba, who is also chancellor of the University of the Western Cape, said in a statement at the weekend that these facilities were important heritage sites. “It is in these schools, libraries and institutions where people’s lives have been transformed.” He was “deeply pained” by the…

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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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