Chombo wants bail conditions relaxed

HARARE – Former Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo has applied to the magistrates court to have his bail conditions relaxed to allow him to attend to his farm in Rafingora, Mashonaland West. He made the application through his lawyers — Lovemore Madhuku and Tungamirai Muganhiri — before Harare m…
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‘Decommission bond notes’

HARARE – Government must decommission bond notes because they are fuelling a thriving black market, a senior MDC official has said. MDC secretary for Economic Affairs Tapiwa Mashakada said the solution lies in coming up with strategies to destroy the black market. [Adz] He said the probl…
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Free user-fee policy good but…

HARARE – It is not in dispute that a sizeable number of Zimbabweans have not been accessing public and private health facilities because of the costs involved resulting in a situation whereby a number of people have actually died in silence from treatable diseases, while others have sought altern…
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License genuine community radios

HARARE – The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (Baz) should sail along with the new government by awarding community radios licences to deserving operators. For democracy to flourish and to augment calls by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to democratise the nation, we need to give the ordinary p…
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Bosso fans fume

HARARE – Highlanders fans have not taken lightly the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) directive barring their club from conducting elections early next month. The Bulawayo giants are scheduled to elect new office bearers at the start of February following the expiry of the term of office f…
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SRC speaks on Bosso elections

HARARE – The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has said that Zifa and Highlanders should be guided by their respective constitutions in the current impasse regarding the Bulawayo giants’ impending elections. Bosso are scheduled to hold their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the last Sunday…
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