Zanu-PF warns Chombo, Chipanga

Joyce Mukucha Herald Reporter — ZANU-PF yesterday warned expelled G40 cabal members against abusing the revolutionary party”s regalia as doing so was a criminal offence. The remarks were directed at Dr Ignatius Chombo, and Messrs Kudzai Chipanga, Innocent Hamandishe and an unidentified man whose pictures wearing Zanu-PF regalia with initials of President Emmerson Mnangagwa have…
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Govt blasts MDC ‘selfish ambitions’

Takunda Maodza News Editor— Government yesterday urged the MDC-Alliance not to give selfish political ambitions flight at the expense of the welfare of Zimbabweans who have invested their hope in President Emmerson Mnangagwa to revive the economy and uplift people’s lives.Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Major-General (Rtd) Dr Sibusiso Moyo said it was “staggering” that…
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ED appoints 8 new judges

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed eight new judges — six men and two women — to the High Court bench, in a move expected to reduce the backlog of cases at the superior court. Also Read: ED speaks on Govt, JSC row Chidyausiku might have misfired: ED JSC pledges support for Acting…
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We don’t fight personal wars: ZDF

Felex Share Senior Reporter— The Defence and Security Services yesterday warned the public against seeking the services of members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) to settle personal scores, taking advantage of the ongoing Operation Restore Legacy.Such acts, they said, were a violation of the law. Read More: EDITORIAL COMMENT: Custodians returning revolution to source ZNA…
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$1,5bn shot in the arm for Zim…. Afreximbank facility to help stabilise economy

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter— The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) yesterday announced a $1,5 billion economic stabilisation package for Zimbabwe that will go towards the revival of the productive sector to stimulate more exports.Afreximbank president and board of directors chairman Dr Okey Oramah said the bank was keen to support the stabilisation of the Zimbabwean economy by…
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Count me out . . .

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter— TWINE PHIRI has come out guns blazing, insisting he is on a sabbatical from football and has distanced himself from the showdown that has exploded between ZIFA and their former chief executive Jonathan Mashingaidze. The former CAPS United owner has found himself being dragged into a plot to undermine and discredit the…
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Politburo heralds Zanu-PF congress

Felex Share Senior Reporter— ZANU-PF holds a Politburo meeting in Harare today, signalling the beginning of processes leading to Friday’s Extraordinary Congress. Today’s meeting will be followed by a Central Committee meeting tomorrow.Zanu-PF spokesperson Cde Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday said the revolutionary party was ready to roar and would emerge stronger after the Congress ahead of the…
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HIV+ nurse fired

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter A Harare nurse, who failed to disclose her HIV status during her recruitment, has been left jobless after her employer, St Anne’s Hospital discovered that she was indeed positive after serving the institution for two years. The woman was diagnosed with HIV in 2003 while she was employed at Avenues Clinic…
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Three die in crash

Munyaradzi Musiiwa and Sukoluhle Ndlovu THREE people died and 19 others were injured when a Toyota Gaia collided head-on with an Isuzu Como commuter omnibus along Gweru-Zvishavane Road yesterday. The accident occurred at around 0915hrs at the 23,5km peg, when the Shurugwi-bound Toyota Gaia, which had two people on board collided head-on with the Gweru-bound…
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Mudede to stay: Minister

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede will continue to hold office despite reaching the retirement age of 65 years, since the Civil Service Commission is empowered to engage such persons if their services are still required, Parliament has heard. Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Petronella Kagonye said it was not prudent to discriminate…
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