CHARAMBA : MUGABES NOT ORDINARY PEOPLE

Presidential spokesman George Charamba says President Mugabe and his wife have a right to seek medical treatment wherever they choose.

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Chopper pilot in legal row over shares

Mashudu Netsianda Senior Court Reporter SOUTH African businessman Fredrick Wilhelm August Lutzkie is locked in a protracted legal wrangle with his business associates at Doddieburn Safari Ranch over ownership of shares.

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BUHARI WINS NIGERIAN ELECTION

Nigerian presidential poll has been won by Muhammadu Buhari, in the country’s first election victory by the opposition.

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HCCL seeks to replace major equipment

Dumisani Nsingo Senior Business Reporter HWANGE Colliery Company will do a cost analysis on whether to carry out a major upgrade on one of its key mining equipment, the dragline, or replace it completely as part of additional re-capitalisation efforts following implementation of the first phase which has seen delivery of equipment procured under two vendor financed deals worth $31 million.

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GRACE ILLNESS TRIGGERS PANIC

A deadly cocktail of uncertainty, panic and fear has gripped many notable Zanu PF officials who either rose up their party structures or clung onto their positions at the height of the ruling party’s ugly infighting last year, riding on the coat-tails of influential but now ailing First Lady Grace Mugabe (pictured), the Daily News has learnt. This comes as Grace’s withdrawal from the public domain over the past four weeks, as well as the unexplained extent of her illness, continues to set tongues wagging — with Zimbabweans speculating furiously about her well-being and what this means for President Robert Mugabe, Zanu PF and the country. Mugabe’s normally publicity-mad wife has not been seen in public since early this month,  and was recently reported to be unwell by her top ally and politburo member Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri — who, however, did not give details about the extent of Grace’s illness.

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Daring Ruffians ROB Mai Charamba at intersection in Harare

Gospel musician , Olivia Charamba lost cash and two mobile phones to roadside thieves, who smashed her front seat passenger window at the intersection of Willovale Road and Simon Mazorodze Road on Friday at night. Mai Charamba was accompanied by her child and Fishers of Men backing vocalists on her way to PHD Ladies All Night prayer meeting in Waterfalls. “I stopped by the robots near Rothmans along Simon Mazorodze Road when suddenly one of my vehicle’s windows was smashed by a stone and my bag and two cellphones were snatched from the passenger seat,” said Mai Charamba.

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