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December 14, 2018 8:36 AM RG condemns provincial registry office

The Manicaland provincial registry office is not a safe place to store important personal information owing to the dilapidated state of the infrastructure, Registrar-General Mr Clemence Masango has said. The department has not constructed any permanent buildings to house the registry in years and uses temporary wood cabins for offices. Mr Masango recently 2

December 12, 2018 6:25 AM US bars entry of ousted Gambian leader Jammeh

The United States said Monday it would forbid entry into the country of former Gambian dictator Yahya Jammeh and his family over corruption during his 22-year rule. Under a US law that bans foreign officials involved in “significant” corruption or human rights abuses, the State Department said it was blacklisting Jammeh as well as his wife Zineb Jammeh 1

December 12, 2018 4:51 AM Judgment on Chivayo lawsuit expected today

The High Court is today expected to deliver judgment in a case in which Intratrek Zimbabwe managing director Wicknell Chivayo sued the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) for US$25 million for instigating malicious criminal charges of fraud against him and frustrating his company from performing its obligations at the Gwanda Solar Power Project. The civil trial 2

December 10, 2018 1:06 AM Sudan helicopter crash kills officials

A helicopter has crashed in eastern Sudan, killing a state governor and at least four other officials. The helicopter exploded in flames after it hit a communications tower as it tried to land in the remote Al-Qadarif state, witnesses are quoted by AFP news agency as saying. A number of people were taken to hospital for treatment, state media reported 3

November 23, 2018 6:16 PM Controversial eBook, ‘No Gold in eGoli’ exposes tragic life of some Zimbabweans in SA

“There is no gold in Johannesburg. The grass is never greener in Egoli on the eastern-side of Limpopo River. There are more tears and blood to shed than laughter and bread. The glittering yellow soils that dot around Gauteng cities are shells of gold which were sucked by multi-national companies. “Most Zimbabweans streaming into Johannesburg eager to strike 16

November 23, 2018 2:12 AM Ex-Harare town clerk in court

Former Harare Town Clerk Tendai Mahachi yesterday appeared in court on criminal abuse of office charges after he was allegedly involved in a scam that prejudiced the city of land valued at US$80 million. He appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Rumbidzai Mugwagwa, who did not ask him to plead and he was denied bail. She said there was a possibility that Mahachi 17

November 21, 2018 3:18 PM Courteney Hotel to be auctioned

Courteney Hotel is set to go under the hammer after it lost a case against its employees at the High Court. In a notice, Stothill Properties, notified the public that the Sheriff of the High Court had instructed a sale in execution in a case between the hotel and its employees. “In a matter between Jameson Chinyan’anya and 36 others vs Courteney Hotel 26

November 19, 2018 9:15 AM Land developers target Bulawayo golf course

The Bulawayo City Council has resolved to allocate a portion of one of its oldest golf courses, Harry Allen Golf Club to land developers for the construction of Town Houses. The allocation of a portion of the golf course comes a few years after former deputy mayor, Mr Gift Banda purchased 3,5 hectares of a portion of Ascot Race Course for the same purpose 13

November 18, 2018 11:01 PM From Marxist to Thatcherite – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

The most reviled / revered British Prime Minister of the past half century has been championed in the pages of the influential London newspaper the Financial Times by none other than Emmerson Mnangagwa. In the face of fierce opposition, Mrs Thatcher forced through sweeping changes which paved the way for strong economic growth. President Mnangagwa obviously 17

November 18, 2018 4:41 PM One year after coup – dreams, aspirations of masses crushed in Zimbabwe

The coup d’état that ousted long-ruling despot Robert Mugabe last November, was a watershed moment in both the history of Zimbabwe and southern Africa. The post-coup leader Emmerson Mnangagwa was held out by many as the best hope to spearhead an economic recovery predicated on re-engagement with international creditors and a package of reform that would 18