Minister Kagonye Featured Local News Opinion Politics 

Govt takes care of repatriated children

Government yesterday said it was taking care of eight children recently repatriated from South Africa after they were smuggled into that country by an illegal transporter based in Chitungwiza. The children were repatriated on Tuesday last week. They were received at the Robert Mugabe International Airport by officials from the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare. In a statement, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Petronella Kagonye said the children would be reunited with their families when investigations were complete. “The children, whose ages range from three-fourteen years were repatriated by…

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Soldier killed in beer brawl

A soldier based at 5 Infantry Battalion in Kwekwe died on Monday evening after he was head-butted by a colleague when a beer brawl turned nasty. Onias Moyo (26) was rushed to Kwekwe District Hospital where he was pronounced dead upon admission after he was head-butted by a workmate Bruce Dungeni while they were drinking at Linda Bar in Mbizo 4. Dungeni is reportedly employed by Airforce of Zimbabwe. Acting Midlands provincial police spokesperson Ethel Mkwende said she was yet to get the report. Zimbabwe National Army public relations officer…

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Muchambo Featured News Sports 

Former CAPS keeper Muchambo up for theft

Former CAPS United goalkeeper Jorum Muchambo is caught in the eye of a storm for allegedly stealing two mobile phones and various accessories from his ex-girlfriend Talent Matsengarwodzi. Jorum Muchambo The footballer was arraigned before Harare Magistrates’ Courts yesterday facing charges of theft. He pleaded not guilty at the commencement of trial arguing that Matsengarwodzi had given him the said goods as “gifts” while they were still love birds. Muchambo was remanded out of custody. Allegations are that sometime in the month between June and July 2017, the 33-yerar-old goalkeeper…

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Former Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo Featured News Politics 

Court grants temporary reprieve for Ignatius Chombo

Former Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo, facing charges of criminal abuse of office, has been successful in having his bail conditions relaxed by the Harare Magistrates’ Courts. Former Zimbabwe finance minister Ignatius Chombo arrives at court to face corruption charges, in Harare, Zimbabwe, November 27, 2017. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo Chombo made the application through his lawyer Lovemore Madhuku to be allowed to report twice a week at Marlborough Police Station on Monday and Friday between 6 am and 6 pm. Chombo has been reporting at the same precinct three times a day,…

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Education Featured Local 

Marist Brothers bullies ‘expelled’ from school

Marist Brothers Secondary School in Dete, Hwange District, has excluded from the institution 16 Form Four pupils who last month ganged up to torture some Form Two boys at the school. In the education sector, exclusion means that pupils found guilty of committing offences are given transfer letters to seek places in other schools. Expulsion on the other hand means that pupils cannot seek places in conventional schools and would have to resort to private schools or colleges. The bullies were excluded from the school last week amid chaos as…

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Grace Mugabe Editor's Choice Featured News Politics 

Relief for Grace Mugabe in PhD saga

Former first lady Grace Mugabe PhD saga has taken a new twist after the High Court reversed a ruling by a lower court giving investigators powers to search and seize all documents relating to the probe from the University of Zimbabwe (UZ). Former First Lady Grace Mugabe and her PhD supervisor Professor Claude Mararike In a judgment obtained yesterday, High Court judge Lavender Makoni ruled on February 16 that the warrant given to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) was null and void. This was after the country’s oldest university filed…

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Man (22) ‘breaks’ into 12 houses at army barracks

A 22-YEAR-OLD man from Lower Gweru allegedly broke into 12 houses at Lookout Masuku Barracks (formerly Imbizo Barracks) on the outskirts of Bulawayo and stole property worth more than $7 000. Ashton Lovewell Moyo allegedly stole 18 cell-phones, six laptops, three television sets all valued at $7 192 from nine soldiers, two police officers and a teacher who all reside in the barracks. Moyo who is facing 12 counts of unlawful entry and theft, pleaded guilty to 11 of the counts before Bulawayo magistrate, Ms Gladmore Mushove. He was remanded…

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Four dangerous robbers armed with knives and machetes arrested in Beitbridge

Police have arrested four dangerous robbers who used knives and machetes to terrorise Beitbridge residents on foot paths at night. The post Four dangerous robbers armed with knives and machetes arrested in Beitbridge appeared first on Nehanda Radio. Source: Nehanda Radio

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CAG Featured Local News 

Bus firm disowns alleged goblin

A self-styled prophet who allegedly removed a “goblin” and a live tortoise from the boot of CAG bus claiming the said items were going to cause a fatal accident, yesterday told the court that the creatures belonged to the owner of the CAG bus. The post CAG Bus firm disowns alleged goblin appeared first on Nehanda Radio. Source: Nehanda Radio

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Walter Chidhakwa Featured Local News Politics 

Mines wrangle sucks in Chidhakwa, Gudyanga

Former Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa and his former permanent secretary, Professor Francis Gudyanga, yesterday appeared in a Gweru court facing separate charges of abuse of office. The post Mines wrangle sucks in Chidhakwa, Gudyanga appeared first on Nehanda Radio. Source: Nehanda Radio

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