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Harare - The MDC Alliance has dismissed reports that its President Nelson Chamisa is seeking to become Prime Minister in an inclusive government, as reported by state media. In an interview on Monday MDC-T spokesperson Tabitha Khumalo said reports in the state owned newspaper were merely a tactic by the ruling...
Harare - A 40 year old man was shot dead in the capital Harare this morning after a heated dispute over a parking spot, police have confirmed. A 24 year old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting, while four other man have been arrested for inciting the violence. According...
Harare - Former Vice President, Phekezela Mphoko faces imminent arrest for defeating the course of justice after he abused his power as the then acting president and released the Ex- Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) acting chief executive officer Moses Juma and non-executive director Davison Norupiri from police custody in...
Harare - The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has planned massive demonstrations across the country’s major cities and towns in protest to a two percent tax deduction on all mobile and electronic money transactions. This comes on the backdrop of the reviewed Intermediated Money Transfer Tax from 5 cents per...
Harare - The trial for the controversial businessmen, Wicknell Chivayo and Genius Kadungure who are being charged for allegedly defrauding two local businessmen about six years ago has commenced. The two are facing fraud charges to the effect that sometime in November 2012 Chivayo connived with Kadungure to create a fictitious...
Bulawayo - A total of 218 direct exhibitors have booked exhibition space which compares favourably to last year’s closing total of 153 direct exhibitors; representing a 42% increase, as the regional Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) exhibition roars into life in Bulawayo today (Wednesday). The exhibition that ends on Friday...
Harare - The arrest of senior Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority ( Zesa) Holdings executives on corruption charges last week has opened a pandora box amid reports of massive rot running into millions of dollars, gross abuse of office and failure to follow corporate governance procedure in the issuing of tenders,...
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