BRUCE MOFFAT Mashudu Netsianda Senior Court Reporter INSIZA commercial farmer, Bruce Moffat has filed an urgent chamber application at the Bulawayo High Court challenging his eviction from a farm in Shangani. Moffat, who is locked in a farm ownership wrangle with a Bulawayo woman, Sibongile Shava lost the case two weeks ago at the Small Claims Court. The farmer, a grandson to Howard Unwin Moffat, Southern Rhodesia’s second premier from 1927 to 1933, was subsequently ordered to vacate Oaklands farm by Magistrate Singandu Jele.
Bulawayo- Business to a halt in Lobengula Street in yet another disgusting disclosure, as four Lobengula street fruit vendors hospitalised each other over corpse water that disappeared before sharing. The Four, Dumisani Sibanda, Thabiso Tshuma, Melody Mloyi and Monica Mlilo, fought a vicious bloodbath of blows, after the latter accused one of them of stealing corpse water that was acquired by Thabiso from a Kelvin Industrial Funeral Parlour.
Walter Mswazie Masvingo Correspondent A 24-YEAR-OLD man from Masvingo’s Runyararo West suburb will spend an effective 30 days in prison for defecating at a sex worker’s doorstep in protest over poor service. Liberty Madanhire (24) pleaded not guilty to a charge of public nuisance and malicious damage to property when he appeared before Masvingo magistrate Mr Oliver Mudzongachiso early last week.
Ecobank Zimbabwe reported a 38 percent growth before tax to $3,3 million for the full-year ended 31 December 2014 driven by growth in deposits. The deposits grew by 33 percent to $111 million which enabled the company to grow its loan book. “This enabled the bank to grow its loan book and drive a 20 percent rise in net interest income,” said the company in statement accompanying its results on Friday.
ZIMBABWE’s economic freedom score is 37,6, making our economy the 175th freest in the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom, an annual guide published by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation, a leading think-tank in Washington. The Index covers 10 freedoms — from property rights to entrepreneurship — in 186 countries. For over 20 years the Index delivered thoughtful analysis in a clear, insightful and straight-forward format.
President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace has been attacked by a rare type of stubborn cancer that has returned to torture her barely two (2) months after a major operation, ZimEye.com has been told. Impeccable Mugabe family sources have confirmed that Mrs Mugabe had a troublesome cancer pierce through her vital organs at the intestines.