Cash, gold stolen from exhibit room

Court Reporter An official in the Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs in charge of exhibits at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts allegedly stole various exhibits which included $990 and fake United States dollars. There are fears that the fake notes which were in her custody and had been confiscated from fraudsters are back in circulation…
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Kenyatta supporters stage protests

NAIROBI. – Hundreds of Jubilee supporters held demonstrations outside the Supreme Court in the capital Nairobi, accusing the country’s top court of “stealing their victory”. The supporters also held demonstrations in Nakuru, Kikuyu, Nyeri and Eldoret towns. Waving placards, the demonstrators, mostly youths, accused the judges of rendering an illegal judg- ment. They said the court…
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MDC-T jittery over ailing Tsvangirai

Herald Reporter PANIC has gripped the MDC-T amid revelations that party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s close associates have followed him to South Africa to monitor his condition after he was flown there as an emergency case early morning last Friday. Mr Tsvangirai was reportedly carried into a private plane on a stretcher at Harare International Airport…
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Trump vows to ‘totally destroy’ N. Korea

UNITED NATIONS. – US President Donald Trump yesterday vowed to “totally destroy” North Korea unless Pyongyang backs down from its nuclear challenge, mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a “rocket man” on a suicide mission. It was Trump’s most direct threat to attack North Korea for belligerent acts that have included launching ballistic…
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‘Let’s emulate First Lady’s works’

Herald Reporter The leader of a Chitungwiza based orphanage has hailed First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe for her philanthropic work and called for a national committee to explore ways to transform the lives of disadvantaged children. Mother Love Children Village Trust chairperson Mr Menas Machoko said there was need to form a national committee constituted…
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MDC-T’s BVR case deferred

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter The High Court has postponed to Thursday the hearing of the MDC-T’s application challenging President Mugabe’s proclamation of biometric voter registration (BVR) dates. The hearing should have been heard yesterday, but Government was not ready to argue the matter. The State applied for a postponement. Justice Davison Moses Foroma, who is presiding over…
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Grain reserves hit one million tonnes •Activate satellite collection points, GMB told •$390 producer price unchanged

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau— Government has directed the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) to immediately activate satellite collection points to mop up the remaining grain as the Strategic Grain Reserve has hit a million tonnes.GMB has further been directed to work round the clock to facilitate speedy payment of farmers. This comes as Government has already started dispatching…
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Govt seeks residents support over park sale

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter— Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere is seeking residents’ input over the sale of a part of Harare Gardens to hospitality group, Africa Sun (Pvt) Ltd for expansion of Crowne Plaza Hotel. The development will also include a state-of-the-art conference centre among other facilities. In terms of Section 49 (4)…
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Ntouba just can’t escape from the spotlight

Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter HE cast a big shadow on the Harare Derby at Rufaro on Sunday, even in his absence from the pitch, and Christian Epoupa Ntouba is back in the spotlight as Dynamos prepare for the controversial replay of their abandoned Castle Lager Premiership battle against Chapungu at Ascot on Thursday. The Cameroonian…
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