State witness declared hostile after supporting graft accused ex-minister

State witness declared hostile after supporting graft accused ex-minister 1

By Mary Taruvinga FORMER National Pharmaceutical Company board chair, George Washaya is in trouble after he gave a testimony exonerating former Health Minister, David Parirenyatwa who is accused of appointing his relative the parastatal managing director. Washaya was impeached after prosecutor Brian Vito made an application complaining that his testimony was crumbling the State’s case. The key State witness supported Parirenyatwa, saying the former cabinet minister did nothing wrong by employing Newman Madzikwa, his suspected relative. He described Parirenyatwa as the best minister ever and said he was wrongfully arrested.…

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6 People Zanu PF, Khupe, Mwonzora Would Never Want To See Emerge from This Congress

6 People Zanu PF, Khupe, Mwonzora Would Never Want To See Emerge from This Congress 3

By Juma Ulete| People that Zanu PF, Khupe and Mwonzora would never want to see emerge from this congress: 1. Chamisa2. Biti3. Ncube4. Molokele/ Fortune Mguni5. Coltart6. Mafume This will mark the end of ZANU PF rule. 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: https://www.zimeye.net/

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Buyanga, ex’s child fight spills into High Court

Buyanga, ex’s child fight spills into High Court 5

By Mary Taruvinga SOUTH Africa based Zimbabwean businessman, Frank Buyanga, who is embroiled in a fight over guardianship of his son with an ex-lover, has taken his case to the High Court. Buyanga is now seeking joint guardianship rights and at the same time, he has written a letter to police Commissioner General, Godwin Matanga accusing his subordinates of corruptly handling the case in which his ex-lover is facing contempt of court charges. In his letter, Buyanga singled out one police officer, Superintendent Mavhudzi of Borrowdale police station saying the…

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Mnangagwa To Strike Fortune With Chasi?

Mnangagwa To Strike Fortune With Chasi? 7

–– By A Correspondent| The ZANU PF strongman yesterday appointed his deputy of many years, Fortune Chasi to the position of Minister Of Energy. The development has seen the current minister, Joram Gumbo being instantly booted out. It all comes at a time when the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority, ZESA launched the country’s worst load shedding programs in the history of Zimbabwe. It also comes at a time when the fuel crisis reached critical levels with long winding queues running for nearly a year to date. Unlike the unpopular Gumbo,…

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Zimbabwean pilot held in SA port city after drunkenly driving into pedestrians

Zimbabwean pilot held in SA port city after drunkenly driving into pedestrians 9

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – South African police have named the driver of a vehicle which mowed down two pedestrians and collided with four stationary vehicles in Port Elizabeth’s Beachfront on Sunday morning as a 31-year-old Zimbabwean pilot. Kelvin Zirema has been charged with culpable homicide and drunk driving after a Nigerian man died after being run over. The 36-year-old Anthony Agbo had only been in South Africa for two days when he came across Zirema’s speeding Audi A4. Zirema drove into Agbo and a 26-year-old woman from Zwide, who…

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Musona opens up on robbery claims

Musona opens up on robbery claims 11

By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE international striker Walter Musona has opened up for the first time on the events which led to him being implicated in a house break-in and armed robbery in Polokwane, South Africa last week. The 23-year-old forward, who plays for South African club Polokwane City, was questioned by South African police on Monday after his car was used in an armed robbery of a guest house in Polokwane last week. In an interview with South African football magazine KickOff, Musona pleaded innocent after his name was implicated…

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MDC Mourns Activists Who Perished In Car Crash

MDC Mourns Activists Who Perished In Car Crash 13

Farai Dziva|The MDC A has paid tribute to party members who died in a horrific crash that left former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s daughter, Vimbai in a critical condition. “MDC Bulawayo Province mourns the passing away of Ward 7 Mt Pleasant Councillor, Sekuru Tafadzwa Mhundwa and Glenview South District Organising Secretary, Paul Rukanda. Sekuru Mhundwa was a brother to the late Susan Tsvangirai. The famous and soft-spoken Rukanda was Glenview South MP, Hon Vimbai Tsvangirai Java’s campaign manager. May their souls rest in eternal peace. We also wish Hon Vimbai…

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How Is Madhuku Going To Make 2,6mln People Love Khupe This Time?

How Is Madhuku Going To Make 2,6mln People Love Khupe This Time? 16

By Own Correspondent- Following the High Court ruling which declared that Nelson Chamisa was not the legitimate leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, leader of the other MDC faction, Thokozani Khupe has engaged Professor Lovemore Madhuku to implement provisions of the ruling. Professor Madhuku is a renowned constitutional lawyer and lecturer of law at the University of Zimbabwe. Speaking to the state media, Professor Madhuku confirmed that he has been engaged by Khuphe. He also said that he has already commenced preparing on how to implement the court…

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Khupe ropes in Madhuku to target MDC finances, assets after court ruling

Khupe ropes in Madhuku to target MDC finances, assets after court ruling 19

HARARE – Harare lawyer Lovemore Madhuku says he has been engaged by Thokozani Khupe’s MDC-T party “to implement” a court ruling which said Nelson Chamisa was not the legitimate leader of the MDC. Chamisa, 41, rose to become the Movement for Democratic Change interim leader last year following the death of founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai amid opposition from internal rivals, which split the party into two factions. Standing on an MDC Alliance ticket, while Khupe was on the ballot for MDC-T, Chamisa lost a presidential election to the ruling Zanu…

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Breakthrough: Mthuli Says UK Firm Investing US130mln Into CSC

Breakthrough: Mthuli Says UK Firm Investing US130mln Into CSC 21

Cabinet has approved a joint venture between the Cold Storage Company (CSC) and a United Kingdom firm, Boulstead Beef (Pvt) Limited, which will see the investor injecting US$130 million into the meat processing firm. This was said by Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa during a post- Cabinet Press briefing yesterday. “Cabinet was informed by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube that the CSC is to be revitalised through a Concession Agreement under Rehabilitate, Operate and Transfer (ROT) terms,” said Minister Mutsvangwa. She said under the…

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