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  • Anger over Ndiweni imprisonment

    The imprisonment of prominent Ntabazinduna traditional leader, Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, has been described as a “political sham” amid indications that his lawyers are preparing for an appeal.

  • Top miners bail out troubled Zesa

    Zimbabwe’s top three platinum miners are said to have helped settle the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) $10 million part payment to the South African electricity supplier Eskom […]

  • As expelled Chiwanza ‘spills the beans’

    EXPELLED ZIifa board member Chamunorwa Chiwanza has challenged his recent dismissal from the football association’s excecutive committee before accusing Zifa president Felton Kamambo and acting vice-president Philmon Machana of engaging […]

  • Inside Zimdancehall’s drug abuse gigs

    At 7pm most Zimdancehall fans, particularly those fond of Soul Jah Love, that have been waiting outside are starting to jostle their way into the already filling Harare Gardens venue.

  • Zifa scandal exposed

    The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has made damning corruption allegations against the Zifa board, accusing the Felton Kamambo-led football association of gross incompetence, mismanagement and laundering of Fifa funds […]

International

Old Mutual refuses to take Moyo back

Lawyers for Old Mutual submitted to the Johannesburg High Court on Friday that there was a clear breakdown of trust in the relationship between Peter Moyo and the board.

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Business

Top miners bail out troubled Zesa

Zimbabwe’s top three platinum miners are said to have helped settle the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) $10 million part payment to the South African electricity supplier Eskom […]

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Politics

VP in bitter fight over US$50 000

Vice-President Kombo Mohadi suffered a blow when a Beitbridge magistrate dismissed his application seeking to seize control of a bank account he holds with his erstwhile business partners.

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  • Anger over Ndiweni imprisonment

    The imprisonment of prominent Ntabazinduna traditional leader, Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, has been described as a “political sham” amid indications that his lawyers are preparing for an appeal.

  • Zacc probes Mupfumira prison conditions

    The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) yesterday descended on Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison to investigate allegations that incarcerated former Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Priscah Mupfumira is getting preferential treatment.

  • Wild parties stoke fears of upsurge in HIV cases

    The raging phenomenon of wild parties organised by teenagers, where sex orgies and alcohol binges are commonplace, is stocking fears of a surge in new HIV infections in Bulawayo.

  • Chamisa, ED need to compromise: Coltart

    MDC treasurer general David Coltart has said there is need for both President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the opposition party’s leader Nelson Chamisa to drop their hardline positions if genuine dialogue […]

  • Man accused of stealing wheelbarrow

    A Bulawayo man has been arrested for allegedly stealing a wheelbarrow he had borrowed from a neighbour.

  • Top miners bail out troubled Zesa

    Zimbabwe’s top three platinum miners are said to have helped settle the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) $10 million part payment to the South African electricity supplier Eskom […]

  • Entrepreneuers seize on Zesa’s woes

    ENTREPRENEURS are taking advantage of Zimbabwe’s worst power cuts in history to make inroads by selling renewable energy solutions imported mainly from China and South Africa.

  • Bank CEO reads riot act to protesting workers

    Standard Chartered Bank chief executive Ralph Watungwa has read the riot act to workers that have been camped at the financial institutions premises protesting against poor remuneration.



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