Mother of model assaulted by Grace Mugabe unhappy over immunity bid

Mother of model assaulted by Grace Mugabe unhappy over immunity bid

Mother of 20-year-old Gabriella Engels, who was allegedly beat up on Sunday by Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe in a hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa, is unhappy over the play of diplomatic immunity card. Debbie Engels told local media that...
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GRACE MUGABE’S ALLEGED ASSAULT VICTIM WON’T DROP CHARGES

GRACE MUGABE’S ALLEGED ASSAULT VICTIM WON’T DROP CHARGES

Gabriella Engels says she’s aware of Grace Mugabe’s history of alleged abuse and wants her to face a court of law. JOHANNESBURG – The woman who opened an assault case against Grace Mugabe says she wants justice not only for...
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Mhosva urged to uphold dignity

Mhosva urged to uphold dignity

THE new Miss World Zimbabwe, Chiedza Lorraine Mhosva, who will represent the country at the prestigious Miss World 2017 in China, has been urged to uphold her dignity, as the nation’s brand ambassador. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Speaking at the prize...
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Poisoning scare: Mugabe’s VP Mnangagwa rushed to hospital

Poisoning scare: Mugabe’s VP Mnangagwa rushed to hospital

Harare – Zimbabwean Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa was on Saturday reportedly rushed to hospital after he started vomiting while attending President Robert Mugabe’s rally in Gwanda, reports said on Sunday. According to New Zimbabwe.com, unverified s...
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ANALYSIS: Mugabe’s $1 billion university plan too late to salvage a lost legacy

ANALYSIS: Mugabe’s $1 billion university plan too late to salvage a lost legacy

HARARE, August 10 (The Source) – There is a rush by President Robert Mugabe’s lieutenants to salvage his legacy, and the latest ploy in that race – a university named after him – may cost the taxpayer at least $1...
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Criticism over Mugabe’s $1 billion university

Criticism over Mugabe’s $1 billion university

Zimbabwe’s cash-strapped government plans to build a $1 billion university named after 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, the higher education minister said on Wednesday, a move that was quickly criticised by the opposition as a waste of resources. Jonatha...
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Avian flu hits Zimbabwe poultry farm again

Avian flu hits Zimbabwe poultry farm again

Harare – An avian flu outbreak has again hit a poultry farm near the capital Harare in Zimbabwe, says a report. According to the state-owned Herald newspaper, the department of veterinary services director, Dr Josphat Nyika said the farm was...
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Villager takes chief to ConCourt over traditional rituals

Villager takes chief to ConCourt over traditional rituals

  THE Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) last week filed an application at the Kwekwe Magistrates’ Court seeking the authority to approach the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) challenging Chief Gwesela’s verdict compelling one of his subjects to ...
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Corrupt Zimra officials tampered with data system: Chinamasa

Corrupt Zimra officials tampered with data system: Chinamasa

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa, has claimed that some top Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officials had tampered with the revenue collector’s data system to cover up their corrupt activities. BY TINOTENDA MUNYUKWI Chinamasa said this in the capital la...
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Police bash, detain AMH reporters

Police bash, detain AMH reporters

Plain-clothed police officers on Thursday afternoon brutally attacked three Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) journalists, Obey Manayiti, photojournalist, Shepherd Tozvireva and Abigail Matsikidze and driver, Raphael Phiri, accusing them of taking pictures in the Har...
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