Zanu-PF secretary for labour and production in Manicaland province, Nathan Mhiripiri yesterday disrupted an outreach of the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry in Rusape saying he had not been officially informed about it.
The MDC-T leadership row continues as the party will today hand-deliver letters of expulsion to suspended deputy treasurer-general Elton Mangoma and 3 others in a move meant to regularise their dismissal announced last week.
East London - Award-winning singer Zahara's brother has been murdered, Eastern Cape police said on Tuesday."The brother and a man he was with were found dead with multiple gunshot wounds on the banks of a river in Next Camp, outside of East London on Sunday," said spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Mtati Tana.The deceased are Zahara's brother Mbuyiseli Mkutukana, 25, and Thanduxolo Zumani, 35.Tana sa
T.B. Joshua has released a video claiming to have prophesied about the explosions in Abuja that have killed at least 71 people. On November 10, 2013 T.B. Joshua said, "Listen to me, my people in Nigeria. Once again, take note of this: Our security should be vigilant. I am seeing a very big strike -- explosion. They should take care of Abuja -- capital. When I talk, you see me in a bad light.
South African police yesterday last week's media reports that 15 bodies of Zimbabwean border jumpers had been found in a cave on the banks of the Limpopo River. Musina police Lieutenant Colonel Roneo Otto said she had no knowledge of that incident and had, in fact seen the report which quoted Zimbabwean Beitbridge police officer, Chief Superintendent Patrick Majuta. Media reports last week said 15
Some war vets were allegedly extorting money from unsuspecting liberation war collaborations claiming that they would facilitate their vetting to enable them to be eligible for government benefits. Zimbabwe National Liberation War Collaborations Association vice-chairperson Josephine Gandiya accused Joseph Kandembiri of leading a faction that was extorting money ranging from $5 to $25 from war col
The government is so broke that it has ordered HIV/Aids patients on medical aid to buy their own Anti-Retroviral drugs as figures of those needing State assistance swell. Albert Manenji, National Aids Council acting chief executive officer announced plans to slash the price of ARV treatment for people living with Aids and accessing them through medical insurance and other private schemes. Zimbabw
Zimra officials raided ZOU offices yesterday as fresh corruption scandals rocked the distance-learning institution after it emerged vice-chancellor Primrose Kurasha and four senior managers allegedly gobbled close to $600 000, pampering themselves with gratuities despite the renewal of their contracts. The money was reportedly taken from student fees at a moment part-time lecturers, examination m
Zanu-PF secretary for labour and production in Manicaland province, Nathan Mhiripiri yesterday disrupted an outreach of the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry in Rusape saying he had not been officially informed about it. He also protested the inclusion of IMPI chairperson, Geoffrey Nyarota, in the panel, saying he would use the forum to further MDC-T interests. Nyarota contested and lost a p
The MDC-T leadership row continues as the party will today hand-deliver letters of expulsion to suspended deputy treasurer-general Elton Mangoma and 3 others in a move meant to regularise their dismissal announced last week. The party's national council last Thursday announced the expulsion of Mangoma, national executive member Last Maengahama, national youth secretary-general Promise Mkwananzi
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