2 ZRP Cops Fire Gunshots And Steal $14K From Chinese Miners

2 ZRP Cops Fire Gunshots And Steal $14K From Chinese Miners 1

Eight armed robbers, among them two police officers allegedly raided a Chinese mining company in Zvishavane and went away with an Isuzu pick up, 48 grammes of gold, US$8 820, $6 800 bond notes and 2 155 Chinese yuan. The two police officers, Moses Karumbidza (30) and Isaac Kawundura (33) both based in Mberengwa and attached to the ZRP Support Unit, together with Thulani Nkala (38), Taurai Matarirano (27), Tady Magama (25), Learnmore Makore (27), Wellington Moyo (34), Hardlife Mazheke (28) all from Zvishavane, armed themselves with three rifles and…

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GO TO HELL…Moyo blasts “Bond Note Billionaire” Strive Masiyiwa

GO TO HELL…Moyo blasts “Bond Note Billionaire” Strive Masiyiwa 4

On fire former ZANU PF official Professor Jonathan Moyo has told Strive Masiyiwa and his lawyer Tawanda Nyambirai to go to hell as he is not afraid of them. Moyo said he is willing to face Masiyiwa and his team pound for pound if there continued to vilify him. Moyo was responding to reports that Masiyiwa had instructed lawyers to serve him for defamation. His full statement is below: It’s trite that the process to renew a mobile phone operator’s license must be as prescribed by law. It can’t be…

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Beitbridge border crossing roof destroyed by heavy rains..Pictures

Beitbridge border crossing roof destroyed by heavy rains..Pictures 6

Heavy rains destroyed the roof at Beitbridge border post arrivals section at the green route zone. The green route zone is for travelers with nothing to declare or those importing goods under the traveler’s rebate. images by chronicle Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Share this on WhatsApp Source: ZW News

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LATEST: Civil servants reject $45 Bond Note salary increase

LATEST: Civil servants reject $45 Bond Note salary increase 11

HARARE: Government yesterday offered its workers a 10 percent salary increment beginning April, a figure that would translate to an additional $160 million to the civil servants wage bill by December, but the workers’ representatives rejected the offer, saying they wanted to consult their membership first. The workers are demanding a $1 733 salary for the lowest paid employee, up from $414 inclusive of allowances, which would represent an increase of 419 percent. On  average the 10% offer is roughly about $45 in useless “bond notes” which is not enough…

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Sharon Macheso Munetsi’s Divorce Finalised

Sharon Macheso Munetsi’s Divorce Finalised 12

Kudakwashe Munetsi and Sharon Munetsi nee Macheso By Own Correspondent| Sungura icon Alick Macheso’s daughter Sharon who was married to Kudakwashe Munetsi had her divorce finalised. The young couple, who in November last year signed divorce consent papers had their divorce amicably concluded. Kudakwashe Munetsi Said Kudakwashe Munetsi: “So my divorce was finalised, I am proud to say that me and #SharonMacheso are no longer an item. For my close family and friends i am so sorry you had to find out on Facebook.We parted our ways amicably and I’ll…

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Beitbridge Boarder Post Gives In To Weather Effects, Roof Collapses

Beitbridge Boarder Post Gives In To Weather Effects, Roof Collapses 19

Heavy rains destroyed the roof at Beitbridge border post arrivals section at the green route zone. Part of the damaged roof at Beitbridge The green route zone is for travelers with nothing to declare or those importing goods under the traveler’s rebate. More to follow… State Media If our services have assisted you, our work would be much more secure with your help – For as little as £5, you can support ZimEye – and it only takes a minute.  Source: Zimeye

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Civil Servants Reject Govt $41 Bond Increase

Civil Servants Reject Govt $41 Bond Increase 22

Correspondent|GOVERNMENT on Thursday offered civil servants a 10 percent pay rise in a bid to avert widespread unrest, but this was immediately rejected by unions pressing for U.S. dollar salaries. The offer came after doctors ended a 40-day strike for better pay and conditions which had crippled public hospitals but teachers are also on strike, and other civil servants have threatened additional action. The southern African nation adopted the U.S. dollar in 2009 but cash shortages have plunged its financial system into disarray, threatening unrest and undermining Mnangagwa’s efforts to…

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Mthuli Ncube says there are no silver bullets or quick fixes to Zimbabwe’s economy

Mthuli Ncube says there are no silver bullets or quick fixes to Zimbabwe’s economy 24

There are no silver bullets or quick fixes to Zimbabwe’s economic problems. Reform, hard work and patience are the only solutions, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said in Brussels yesterday. “We are undertaking a shared journey towards a better and more secure future. The road is long, winding and at times bumpy,” he told the European Conservatives and Reformists group. “But there is no other way. This is the road to an upper-middle-income economy, ala Vision 2030, and if we travel it together, with patience and purpose, we will realise our…

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Civil servants reject offer of 10 percent pay increment, strikes appear imminent

Civil servants reject offer of 10 percent pay increment, strikes appear imminent 26

HARARE – The government on Thursday offered civil servants a 10 percent pay rise in a bid to avert widespread unrest, but this was immediately rejected by unions pressing for U.S. dollar salaries. The offer came after doctors ended a 40-day strike for better pay and conditions which had crippled public hospitals but teachers are also on strike, and other civil servants have threatened additional action. Zimbabwe adopted the U.S. dollar in 2009 but cash shortages have plunged its financial system into disarray, threatening unrest and undermining President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s…

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