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Harare - The trial for Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries (PHD) which was set to begin on Thursday failed to  commence and has been moved to March 21 in a matter in which the church is facing charges of tax evasion. PHD which was founded by self-styled prophet, Walter Magaya is being...
Harare - Controversial businessman and socialite Genius Ginimbi Kadungure's application for temporary release of passport has been granted by a Harare magistrate. The application was granted by Harare magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti and he was ordered to return it on March 18. His bail conditions in line with reporting have been...
Harare - Fresh charges of money laundering are being prepared against Grain marketing Board (GMB) bosses who already have fraud charges on their neck after they allegedly sold state property without authority, a Harare Magistrate has been told. Korbs Kobie Mutandiro, Basilio Sandamu and Taona Munzvandi had made an application for...
Harare - Convicted Robert Martin Gumbura together with nine others suspected  of master minding an attempted prison break at Chikurubi Maximum Prison in 2015 will make an application for discharge at the close on the State's case before a Harare magistrate. Gumbura, the leader of End Time Message Church and his...
Harare - The mining industry has reacted negatively to the monetary policy that was presented by the Reserve Bank Governor Jonh Mangudya as gold deliveries have drastically declined, an official has said. In his monetary policy, Mangudya announced that government through its sole buyer, Fidelity Printers will be buying gold at...
Harare - Information, Publicity and Broadcasting deputy minister Energy Mutodi has admitted that army and police killed people in the January 14 protests contradicting earlier reports that thugs had stolen army uniforms to commit the crime. While responding to former President Robert Mugabe’s comment that the government should not resort to...
Harare - Government says it is  committed to help women run sustainable tourism businesses that will compete regionally and globally, First lady Auxilia Mnangagwa has said. Addressing delegates at the launch of the Women in Tourism National Chapter, First lady Auxilia Mnangagwa said women participation in mainstream economy is key to the...
Harare - Heal Zimbabwe Director and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition Chairperson Rashid Mahiya on Monday handed himself to the police and was  charged with subverting a constitutionally elected government. Mahiya together with other civil society leaders have been accused of being part of the organisers of the January violent  protest that...
Harare - The Zimbabwean government's penchant of papering over cracks has come back to haunt commuters as kombi operators have begun increasing their fares in the wake of ZUPCO buses disappearance from the street. Routes like Harare Central Business District to Marlborough whose fares had been reduced to $1 are back...
Harare - The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has tightened its recruitment policy by including mathematics at ordinary level together with other five O levels for one to join the police force. This is part of the new restructuring exercise and would mean that all those who had applied and were on...
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