Month: August 2019
Business Politics World News

Peter Hain Blasts Mnangagwa’s Disastrous Repressive Government

Peter Hain, a British peer who had commercial dealings in Zimbabwe has attacked the new government saying it is disastrous dealing a deadly.

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Business Crime & Courts Main News Politics Zimbabwe

British Peer Peter Hain Resigns From Moti Group Special Adviser Role

A former high-profile anti-apartheid campaigner and  British cabinet minister Peter Hain has confirmed stepping down from his position on the board of Moti Group,.

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Crime & Courts Diaspora Main News

Zimbabwe’s trade and investment consul in UAE charged over $1,5m swindle

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s consul for investment and trade in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) appeared in court on Tuesday accused of swindling a.

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Entertainment Main News Politics

Comedian Gonyeti Abducted

Popular Zimbabwe comedian Samantha Kureya, popularly known as Gonyeti, was abducted from her Mufakose home by a group of unidentified, masked and armed.

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Crime & Courts

Poison-fears Mphoko on the run after high-speed escape from court

BULAWAYO – Former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko is on the run after avoiding arrest by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC), an official said..

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Crime & Courts Main News Politics Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa Torture Victim Godfrey Majonga Dies

Former journalist and television star Godfrey Majonga, who was now a sports director at Danhiko in Harare, has died. Majonga died last night.

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Crime & Courts Entertainment

Zimbabwe Cops Surrender Cash, Cellphones to Toknobkerries Carrying Robbers

A gang wielding knobkerries on Saturday last week robbed two police officers of police uniforms, cell phones, groceries, $890 and R200. The officers.

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Business Main News Politics

Zimbabweans to endure Four more months of economic pain, warns Finance Minister

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s government said it is ready to settle with global lenders, sell assets and make the difficult spending decisions needed for.

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Crime & Courts Main News Politics

Zimbabwe Police, Soldiers Seal Bulawayo as MDC Challenges Protest Ban

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe (Reuters) – Soldiers and police deployed in large numbers in Zimbabwe’s second city Bulawayo on Monday to enforce a ban on.

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Main News Money & Markets Politics

IMF Tells Zimbabwe Not to Award Civil Servants Pay Rise

(Bloomberg) — The International Monetary Fund’s resident representative in Zimbabwe warned the government against boosting wages for state workers after the introduction of.

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