Grace Mugabe seeks Govt help

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By Kuda Bwititi Former first lady, Mrs Grace Mugabe is receiving Government assistance to protect part of her business empire — Gushungo Farm and Dairy — she founded with former President Robert Mugabe, which in recent months has been invaded by marauding illegal gold panners. FILE- In this Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019, file photo, widow Grace Mugabe wears a black veil as she follows the casket of former president Robert Mugabe to an air force helicopter for transport to a stadium where it will lie in state, at his official…

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Dr Peter Magombeyi, or the Herald: Who is the ‘people’s voice?’

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By Tafi Mhaka On 21 September the Herald waded into Dr Peter Magombeyi’s disappearance by casting doubt on the doctor’s abduction. In an editorial, titled, ‘Sorry Dr Magombeyi, your story does not add up” the daily newspaper urges the doctor to ‘sober up soon and tell the world the true story behind his so-called abduction’. Doctors down tools to protest the abduction of Dr Peter Magombeyi (Picture by 263Chat) Not satisfied with merely casting aspersions on Magombeyi’s integrity, the paper strongly suggests that while the Zanu-PF government might find interest…

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Job ‘Wiwa’ Sikhala: How torture is administered in Zimbabwe

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By Job ‘Wiwa’ Sikhala There is no single doubt both in my conscience and my heart that Dr. Peter Magomeyi was savagely tortured by societal outcasts in our country this 21st century. Job Sikhala, deputy chairman of the main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Having listened to the telephone conversation between Dr Mugomeyi and the Studio 7 reporter after reports that he has been dumped in Nyabira, the traits of a tormented soul as manifested to me after my torture on the 13th of January 2003 together with Advocate…

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Mugabe was not a womaniser, says sibling to late leader

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By Robert Tapfumaneyi LATE former President Robert Mugabe grew up as a humble boy who stayed away from women from a young age, a sibling to the one-time State leader has said. A tearful Aunt Josephine Jaricha was speaking during Mugabe’s funeral wake in Kutama Mission earlier during the week. Jaricha, a half-sister to the country’s founding leader, said a then teenage Mugabe showed he had a bright future ahead of him from his young age. Because of his discipline to stay away from women, said Jachira, Mugabe’s marriage was…

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‘Ray of Light’ as construction resumes at Chivayo’s Gwanda Solar Farm – PICTURES

‘Ray of Light’ as construction resumes at Chivayo’s Gwanda Solar Farm – PICTURES 30

By Abel Karowangoro The construction at the Gwanda Solar Farm has resumed with significant changes noted on site this week, Zim Morning Post can report. New developments … Intratrek director Wicknell Chivayo in front of the newly-built engineers’ office block This development follows High Court judge Tawanda Chitapi’s ruling wherein he ordered Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and Intratrek Zimbabwe find common ground with view of fast tracking completion of the Gwanda solar power project. Intratrek director Wicknell Chivayo inspecting construction on site at the Gwanda Solar Farm this week Related…

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Construction resumes at Chivayo’s Gwanda Solar Farm – PiCTURES

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By Abel Karowangoro The construction at the Gwanda Solar Farm has resumed with significant changes noted on site this week, Zim Morning Post can report. New developments … Intratrek director Wicknell Chivayo in front of the newly-built engineers’ office block This development follows High Court judge Tawanda Chitapi’s ruling wherein he ordered Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and Intratrek Zimbabwe find common ground with view of fast tracking completion of the Gwanda solar power project. Intratrek director Wicknell Chivayo inspecting construction on site at the Gwanda Solar Farm this week Related…

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Construction resumes at Chivayo’s Gwanda Solar Farm

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By Abel Karowangoro The construction at the Gwanda Solar Farm has resumed with significant changes noted on site this week, Zim Morning Post can report. Intratrek director Wicknell Chivayo inspecting construction on site at the Gwanda Solar Farm this week This development follows High Court judge Tawanda Chitapi’s ruling wherein he ordered Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and Intratrek Zimbabwe find common ground with view of fast tracking completion of the Gwanda solar power project. He submitted that ZPC and Intratrek must not “merry dance in board rooms and court rooms…

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Fat cats accounts freeze: Is Mnangagwa eating his own?

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By Philemon Jambaya He is a sly operator, deceptive to those who take him for granted. Like his moniker, a crocodile-known for deceptiveness, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has left those who stood with him but allegedly abusing the privilege in muddy waters. President Mnangagwa consoles Mr Kudakwashe Tagwirei while flanked by Vice President Constantino Chiwenga before the burial of the businessman’s father, Sekuru Phineas Tagwirei, in Shurugwi in 2018. – (Picture by John Manzongo) Leading the victim’s list is Priscah Mupfumira, the ex-Tourism minister who has been languishing in remand prison…

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Lesotho test for Locally-based Warriors

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By Sports Reporter THE Zimbabwe Warriors will be looking put one foot in the 2020 African Nations Cup (Chan) finals to be held in Cameroon when they host the Crocodiles of Lesotho in a do or die third round first leg qualifier at the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Sunday. Zimbabwe’s locally based Warriors, who are captained by Partson Jaure are aiming to make their fourth appearance at the fifth edition of the continental competition for home based players early next year. Although their opponents, Lesotho are yet to make a debut at…

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Zimbabwe’s Hamilton Masakadza signs off with ‘super special’ win

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On Sep 21, 2019 16,570 0 By Sudipto Ganguly in Mumbai Hamilton Masakadza signed off from international cricket in style, leading Zimbabwe to their first Twenty20 International win over Afghanistan with a blistering knock of 71 off 42 balls on Friday. Hamilton Masakadza got a guard of honour from his teammates and opposition players (Zimbabwe Cricket Photo) Since making his debut in 2001, the 36-year-old batsman went on to play 38 tests, 209 one-dayers and 66 Twenty20 internationals, notching up 10 centuries across formats. His final knock helped Zimbabwe chase…

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