Firewood poachers wreak havoc in Lower Gweru

Source: Firewood poachers wreak havoc in Lower Gweru – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY OBERT SIAMILANDU SMALLHOLDER farmers in Lower Gweru are irked over illegal firewood poachers who they say are causing deforestation in the area. Vungu B village head Albert Maphosa has called on the Forestry Commission to act on firewood poachers. “The issue of illegal […] …
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Dzivarasekwa housing misses target 

Source: Dzivarasekwa housing misses target – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY KUDAKWASHE TAGWIREYI THE Dzivarasekwa housing project that falls under the ministry of National Housing and Social Welfare remains on course despite failing to meet set targets, officials said. Only four blocks flats are under construction in Dzivarasekwa against a target of 88 that government promised to […] …
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Female graduates dominate at Seke Teachers College 

Source: Female graduates dominate at Seke Teachers College – NewsDay Zimbabwe Seke Teachers’ College 2022 graduation ceremony BY DONALD NYANDORO FEMALE graduates dominated Seke Teachers’ College graduation ceremony held in Harare on Thursday. Of the 672 Early Childhood Development (ECD) graduates, only 85 were males. Seke Teachers’ College Principal, Ephraim Mutubuki said the college has […] …
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Chiefs pledge to act on political violence 

Source: Chiefs pledge to act on political violence – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY KENNETH NYANGANI TRADITIONAL leaders have pledged to deal with perpetrators of political violence, including supporters from the ruling Zanu PF by summoning them to their courts ahead of the 2023 elections. They made the pledge during a peace-building meeting held on Thursday and […] …
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Citizens lose faith in public hearings 

Source: Citizens lose faith in public hearings – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY OBERT SIAMULANDU ORDINARY Zimbabweans have lost faith in public hearings on proposed amendment bills, complaining that their contributions were not being taken into consideration. They revealed their frustrations at a public hearing on the Judicial Laws Amendment Bill hosted by the Justice, Legal and […] …
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Smaller gold coins set for release

Governor Mangudya holds up a Gold coin Business Reporter Smaller Zimbabwean gold coins, as small as a tenth of an ounce, are expected to go on sale in November from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe so ordinary people can invest in them and store value for their local currency, RBZ Governor Dr John Mangudya said […] …
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Former Chitungwiza officer-in-charge acquitted

Senior Court Reporter  A former officer-in-charge at ZRP Chitungwiza New Camp, Charles Mutabvuka, and a sergeant major at the same station, Smackmail Chikowore, were yesterday cleared of charges of demanding US$110 as bribe from three subordinates they were investigating on accusations of demanding a bribe from suspects. Mutabvuka and Chikowore, who were represented by lawyer […] …
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Rushwaya acquitted of bribery

Henrietta Rushwaya Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter Zimbabwe Miners Federation president Henrietta Rushwaya was today cleared of allegations of offering a bribe to an airport official to allow to travel out of the country with 6kg of gold in October 2020. Rushwaya was charged with bribery and was acquitted after a full trial. In acquitting […] …
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Sikhala refuses trial date

Job Sikhala Senior Court Reporter CCC Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala has refused to be tried in November on a matter he is accused of falsifying that a police officer last year beat to death a baby strapped to its mother’s back with a baton in Harare’s city centre saying the date is too far. […] …
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Tobacco planting preparations begin

Precious Manomano Herald Reporter   Tobacco farmers are now preparing land to plant their irrigated tobacco crop early next month. The bulk of the rain fed tobacco crop will be planted starting in October to early December depending on the region in which the farmer is located. September 1 is the earliest legislative date for […] …
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