Man wants Mugabe portrait removed from courtroom

Man wants Mugabe portrait removed from courtroom

By Tatenda Dewa | Harare Bureau | Richard Mangena from Chitungwiza has filed an urgent application at the Constitutional Court to have President Robert Mugabe’s portrait removed from a courtroom where he appeared on assault charges. He appeared in court...
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US$1 million on ZRP cars? How about tackling corruption with POS terminals & body cams instead

US$1 million on ZRP cars? How about tackling corruption with POS terminals & body cams instead

 by Nigel Gambanga (@nigelrtg) It has been reported that the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has bought traffic enforcement vehicles, buses and utility vehicles worth US$1 million.This is supposed to help maintain law and order in the country. The Minister of....
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$1m vehicles for police to deal with “shameful agents of regime change”

$1m vehicles for police to deal with “shameful agents of regime change”

By Tatenda Dewa |Harare Bureau| The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has purchased vehicles worth more about $1 million to deal with threats to law and order, including demonstrators who government views as agents of regime change. The vehicles include buses,...
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Mugabe’s son-in-law gets top AirZim job

Mugabe’s son-in-law gets top AirZim job

By Kuda Chideme, HARARE, October 4 (The Source) – Air Zimbabwe has appointed President Robert Mugabe’s son- in-law, Simba Chikore, as its chief operating officer, making him the second in command at the struggling national airline. Air Zimbabwe chairperson...
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Commission to review claims against judge who ruled in favour of protests

Commission to review claims against judge who ruled in favour of protests

By Tatenda Dewa | Harare Bureau | The Judicial Services Commission (JSC) will in two weeks’ time sit to review claims of corruption against Priscilla Chigumba, a High Court judge who recently ruled in favour of demonstrations against President Robert...
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The Millionaire’s Wife Who Feeds 40,000 Children

The Millionaire’s Wife Who Feeds 40,000 Children

 Mfonobong Nsehe ,   Contributor I chronicle Africa’s success stories and track its richest people Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. It’s 3pm on a crisp August afternoon in Johannesburg. Tsitsi Masiyiwa is seated on a comfy cou...
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Clothing crisis hit Chikurubi

Clothing crisis hit Chikurubi

Male inmates at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison  have been hard-hit by a critical shortage of  clothes  and food stuff , it has emerged. By Tinashe Nyatsoka This emerged last week during the  cross examination of  Edmore Zisengwe who is facing allega...
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Zambia, Zimbabwe pick AfDB Advisers for US$4bn Batoka plant

Zambia, Zimbabwe pick AfDB Advisers for US$4bn Batoka plant

ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe have appointed the African Development Bank as lead financial advisers for the construction of the 2400-megawatt Batoka Gorge hydro-power project that’s expected to cost $4 billion, an official said. The two southern African nations face ...
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Dema deal escalates to US$498m

Dema deal escalates to US$498m

THE cost of the corrupt Dema Emergency Power Plant has escalated alarmingly from US$249 million to US$498 million over three years, after the government directed the controversial project’s managers to double its output to 200 megawatts at US$166 million per...
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Massive Zimra corruption exposed

Massive Zimra corruption exposed

HEADS are expected to roll at the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) as the tax collector has completed a forensic audit that exposes massive corruption and fraudulent conduct by top executives. By Wongai Zhangazha A statement detailing major findings of the.....
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