UPDATED: Politburo acts on price hikes •Chiwenga to head ad-hoc committee on prices •Your days are numbered, ED warns saboteurs

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter— The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday set up an ad-hoc committee to deal with wanton price increases for basic commodities in the past three months, with President Mnangagwa warning unscrupulous businesspeople that Government would deal with them severely.The ad-hoc committee is chaired by the revolutionary party’s Second Secretary and Vice President General Constantino Chiwenga…
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Tsholotsho Stadium work resumes

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter CONSTRUCTION of Tsholotsho Stadium which was suspended in 2015 on the orders of the then Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Professor Jonathan Moyo is set to  resume tomorrow. Moyo stopped the construction which was initiated by locals saying central Government had taken over the construction of the facility… …
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Robert Mugabe dragged to court

HARARE – Former president Robert Mugabe will be called in to testify in a high-profile case in which former Tourism minister Walter Mzembi is facing corruption charges, the Daily News can report. Mzembi’s legal team is making a court application to subpoena the 93-year-old former head of State…
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MDC rejects Tsvangirai’s resignation

HARARE – MDC structures have declined Morgan Tsvangirai’s plan to step down as party leader, insisting he must run for 2018 elections. The two major wings of the country’s biggest opposition party, the Women’s Assembly and the Youth Assembly, yesterday said they reject attempts by Tsvangirai, …
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LATEST: Politburo acts on prices

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zanu PF Politburo has established an ad-hoc committee to deal with wanton price increases for basic commodities in the past three months with President Mnangagwa warning unscrupulous business people Government would deal with them. The ad-hoc committee is chaired by the revolutionary party’s second Secretary and Vice President General Constantino…
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Chipunza on way out

HARARE – Midfielder Tichaona Chipunza could be on his way out of Dynamos as the two parties are failing to reach an agreement regarding contract renewal negotiations. This has put the midfielder’s former club Triangle together with ZPC Kariba, Ngezi Platinum Stars and Chicken Inn on high alert…
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Sunshine Boys sack Beefy

HARARE – In A bid to launch a quick return to the Castle Lager Premiership, relegated Harare City have sacked coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube and replaced him technical director Mark Harrison. The Sunshine Boys will be playing in the Zifa Northern Region Division One League this season after they …
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My door is open: Gidza

HARARE – Zambezi Cheetahs coach Gilbert Nyamutsamba has adopted an open door policy regarding the team’s preparations for the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens finals to be held in San Francisco, United States in July. The national Sevens rugby side capped off a great 2017 by reaching the final of t…
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Shabanie Mine set to reopen 

Source: Shabanie Mine set to reopen | The Herald January 10, 2018 Government has reportedly found an investor for the revival of Shabani Mine Freedom Mupanedemo Midlands Bureau Shabanie Mashaba Mine Holdings has started renewing contracts for its employees, amid revelations that the new Government is eager to see the asbestos giant back in operation. Shabanie […]
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