“STOLEN MONEY RETURNS” . . . President says millions in externalised funds flow back to Zim

Tendai Mugabe in WINDHOEK, Namibia ZIMBABWE will never be the same again as Government is addressing all challenges facing the nation with renewed effort and vigour, President Mnangagwa said yesterday. Addressing Zimbabweans resident in Namibia soon after meeting his Namibian counterpart, President Hage Geingob on the third leg of his regional tour to apprise fellow… …
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ZIM THUMPED. . . Bowlers propel Bangladesh to easy win

TAMIM Iqbal’s unbeaten 84 and the bowlers played pivotal roles as Bangladesh thumped Zimbabwe by eight wickets in the first match of the tri-series, played in Dhaka yesterday. While defending a paltry target of 171, Zimbabwe needed early wickets. However, Anamul Haque (19) played a string of shots to keep the scorecard ticking over. He… …
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Signs of economic revival abound

An Indian investor is finalising paperwork for an investment in reviving Zim Alloys.  Zimasco, another chrome processor, will by the end of this month, come out of judicial management.  Merlin, a textile firm based in Bulawayo re-opened last week after a creditor put in $2, 1 million for working capital.  The company has also recruited… …
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Somalia’s Shabaab forcing civilians to hand over children

Nairobi — Somalia’s al-Qaeda linked Shabaab insurgents are increasingly threatening civilians to force them to hand over young children for “indoctrination and military training”, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Monday. The rights watchdog said an aggressive campaign to recruit children had begun in mid-2017, with the jihadists taking reprisals against communities who refuse to cooperate…. …
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Big Nuz quit Afrotainment

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent DJ Tira has said Big Nuz is no more under Afrotainment and inferred that the group had split in a statement addressing questions about the group. The group, formed in 2002 with the likes of Mandela “Mampintsha” Maphumulo, Mzi “Danger” Tshomela and the late Sibusiso “R Mashesha” Khomo” were signed under… …
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Germany in U-turn on Namibian genocide lawsuit

WINDHOEK. – Following a protracted legal challenge, the German government has finally accepted a court summons to appear in the United States Federal Court in New York in the class-action lawsuit for alleged crimes against humanity that the Ovaherero and Nama people filed against it. Founding member of the US Association of the Ovaherero Genocide Veraa…
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LATEST: Couple loses $37 000 cash to armed robbers

Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter Five armed robbers allegedly pounced on a Glen Norah C couple during the night and got away with $37 000 in cash and mobile phones after torturing the couple with a hot iron. Mikia Pirikisi (31), Tariro Mutsamanye (27), Daniel Munyanyi (40), Gilbert Tavagadza (47) and Leonard Huni (34), allegedly…
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LATEST: JSC launches graft courts

Daniel Nemukuyu and Nokutenda Chiyangwa The judiciary has scaled up its anti-graft drive with a raft of measures that will see the setting up and operationalisation of special courts to expeditiously deal with corruption-related matters, the Chief Justice has said. The courts should be established in all provinces but the first two—one in Harare and…
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