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June 19, 2018 3:40 PM Grace Mugabe fired me: Mnangagwa

Preisdent Emmerson Mnangagwa has said he was sacked as the country’s vice president last year by Grace Mugabe, using her influence on former president Robert Mugabe, whom he said was no longer in a position to lead the country. Mnangagwa revealed this in a High Court application in which he challenged and sought nullification of his sacking from government 1

June 10, 2018 2:21 AM Phillip Chiyangwa exposes chiefs

Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa has described chiefs and village heads as his foot soldiers after he won the Zanu PF primary elections to represent the ruling party in the Zvimba South constituency during the July 30 elections. Chiyangwa appealed to the traditional leaders in his constituency to continue supporting “the son of the soil.” “You don’t 8

May 11, 2018 4:29 AM President appoints two Supreme Court judges

President Mnangagwa has appointed two new judges to the Supreme Court to beef up the understaffed bench. Justices Francis Bere and Lavender Makoni — who were at the High Court — were elevated after succeeding in public interviews conducted two years ago. The pair will today take oaths of office before Chief Justice Luke Malaba in Harare. Judicial Service 27

May 3, 2018 1:15 PM Zinara bosses freed – Nehanda Radio

Five Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) executives, who were last year arrested for criminal abuse of office, have been found not guilty and acquitted. Messrs Precious Murove (director administration and human resources), Simon Taranhike (finance director), Shadreck Matengabadza (finance manager), Stephen Matute (accountant) and Givemore 47

April 25, 2018 9:41 AM Zinara bosses acquitted – Nehanda Radio

The High Court has acquitted five Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) executives who had been accused of fraudulently transferring more than $2 million into bogus companies’ accounts in a suspected shady loan deal. High Court judge Emy Tsanga yesterday ruled that the five, Simon Mudzingwa Taranhike, Shadreck Matengabadza, Stephen Matute, Givemore 31

April 19, 2018 3:01 PM Court defers Chamisa, Khupe row hearing

The matter between MDC president Nelson Chamisa and expelled deputy president Thokozani Khupe who are arguing over the ownership of the party’s name and symbols has been deferred to Tuesday next week. High Court judge justice Francis Bere deferred the matter to give himself more time to go through arguments raised by the respective legal teams 30

April 17, 2018 8:44 AM Facebook facial recognition faces class-action suit

Facebook must face a class action lawsuit over its use of facial recognition technology, a California judge has ruled. The lawsuit alleges that Facebook gathered biometric information without users’ explicit consent. It involves the “tag suggestions” technology, which spots users’ friends in uploaded photos; the lawsuit says this breaches Illinois state 33

April 17, 2018 4:05 AM Landmark ruling on inheritance

Grandchildren can lawfully step into their parents’ shoes to inherit from their grandparents in cases where the concerned parents are deceased, the High Court has ruled. In a landmark inheritance judgment, Justice Hlekani Mwayera said grandchildren, in cases where their grandparents do not leave behind a will, are entitled to their parents’ share from the estate 35

April 15, 2018 3:49 AM 100 workers get jobs back

At least 100 workers at the troubled National Bakers and Confectioners (NBC) got their jobs back after the High Court dismissed an application by the company’s owners seeking to block the firm’s sale. The owners of NBC, trading as Manyame Milling Company, Edurate Investments and the National Social Security Authority wanted to stop an auction of the firm to a new investor 36

March 28, 2018 11:29 AM Man to pay $2 000 for breaking teen’s virginity

A Bulawayo married man who seduced his teenage ex-girlfriend into having sex will now pay the woman $2 000 in seduction damages as compensation for breaking her virginity and refusing to marry her after she fell pregnant. Justice Martin Makonese dismissed Moyo’s appeal challenging a decision by a Bulawayo magistrate to award $2 000 seduction damages 14