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September 19, 2018 3:04 PM Ex-Finance minister sued over land levy

Mazowe Rural District Council has dragged ex-Finance minister Christopher Kuruneri to court for failing to pay over $20 000 for land development levy. According to court papers, the Mazowe Rural District Council is the applicant, while Kuruneri and Gomorenzou Estate are the first and second respondents respectively. “The first defendant (Kuruneri) is an occupier 5

September 15, 2018 6:52 AM Zesa offers whistleblowers rewards

ZESA invited whistleblowers to volunteer information that could lead to the arrest of culprits behind the vandalism and theft of electricity infrastructure. In a statement, Zesa said the initiative was a strategy to curb damage and vandalism of electricity infrastructure. The initiative is aimed at curbing the theft of copper cables among other installations 8

September 15, 2018 6:15 AM JSC starts hunt for PG to replace Goba

THE Judicial Service Commission has started the process of recruiting a substantive Prosecutor-General to replace Advocate Ray Goba who resigned last month. Adv Goba stepped down after he was suspended pending an investigation into his fitness for office. In a statement yesterday, the JSC said individuals aspiring to take over the Prosecutor General 9

September 13, 2018 8:50 AM UK based health professionals set for 8-day visit to Zimbabwe…. training exchange

A group of 26 health professionals from the United Kingdom, (13 Zimbabweans, 10 British and 3 other nationalities) will be in Zimbabwe for an 8-day visit beginning 23 September ending 2 October. The Zimbabwe Life Project, a voluntary group of National Health Service (NHS) professionals is made up of 19 nurses, 2 psychiatrists, 3 therapists and 2 social 3

September 10, 2018 2:26 PM Service station fined for selling unleaded petrol

A fuel dealer has been slapped with a $300 fine for selling unleaded petrol. Kudakwashe Jakata of Long Femur, Fair Bridge Park who operates Oilex Service Station at Chakohwa Business Centre was convicted on his own plea of guilt by magistrate Perseverance Makala. He faces an alternative three-month jail stint if he fails to make the fine. Jakata was charged 24

September 10, 2018 3:59 AM NRZ opens premier coaches to individual passenger bookings

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has opened its premier class coaches to individual passenger bookings following demand for the service by travellers. Prior to this decision the premier class coaches were only available for block bookings targeting groups with a minimum of 13 people. In a statement NRZ public relations manager, Mr Nyasha Maravanyika 27

September 6, 2018 2:10 PM Incestuous 'couple' sentenced – Nehanda Radio

An incestuos lust has earned two relatives a combined 74 months in prison after the other failed to pay an amount of money that had been agreed on. Panashe Dhave, 21, who is alleged to have fallen in love with her uncle Pikitai Dhave, 29, was sentenced to an effective 400 hours of community service after a 24-month imprisonment sentence was suspended 38

August 30, 2018 10:56 AM Ex-manager in $4,5m fraud storm

Former Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe finance and project director German Mushoma appeared in court yesterday facing 27 counts of fraud after he allegedly stole $4,5 million, which was supposed to be used to fund company projects. The complainant in the case is the acting managing director Mr Nyaradzo Matindike. Mushoma appeared before Harare magistrate 29

August 30, 2018 9:06 AM Econet launches EcoFarmer club

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe yesterday launched the EcoFarmer Club, which offers farmers access to a bundle of services that include agricultural commodity prices, valuable farming tips, relevant local weather information and a mobile trading platform which links farmers to buyers. Speaking at the launch of the EcoFarmer Club in Harare yesterday, Econet 30

August 28, 2018 5:05 PM Woman defrauds 12 job-seekers

A female school proprietor has been spared jail after being convicted of defrauding 12 people under the guise of recruiting them for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), hence swindling them of over $5 000. Julianna Tinonesana, 44, of 572 Chikanga 1, Mutare who owns Tweetans Villa School in Mutare would even issue her victims fake offer letters and Zec identity 32