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Minister confirms Grace illness

Minister confirms Grace illness

ZANU PF politburo member Oppah Muchinguri has confirmed that her predecessor as the party’s women’s league boss First Lady Grace Mugabe is out of the country seeking treatment, as speculation over her absence from the public scene continues to grow.

Lying Councillor exposed

Lying Councillor exposed

BULAWAYO councillor Sheila Musonda, who yesterday denied ever defecting to MDC-Renewal, was captured on video last October being paraded during the unveiling of the defectors.

$50 to see Mugabe in Ethiopia

$50 to see Mugabe in Ethiopia

ZANU PF supporters in Ethiopia have asked that Zimbabweans living in that country contribute $50 each to host President Robert Mugabe in Addis Ababa.

Zanu PF set to win by-elections

Zanu PF set to win by-elections

ZANU PF is expected to romp to victory in today’s two by-elections in Mt Darwin and Chirumanzu-Zibagwe constituencies amid fears by little-known participating opposition political parties that the playing field is not level.

‘No money for lecturers’ bonus’

‘No money for lecturers’ bonus’

THE Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology ministry has said it does not have money to pay lecturers’ bonuses, urging the university staff to stop fighting.

Shocking rise in  child rape cases

Shocking rise in child rape cases

AT least one child is raped every four hours in Zimbabwe, the latest statistics reveal.

MDC-Renewal boycotts by-elections

MDC-Renewal boycotts by-elections

ZANU PF looks set to bag all the 14 vacant parliamentary seats as the MDC-Renewal will also boycott by-elections, should the courts throw away their appeal to re-claim their seats.

Byo students get Japan scholarships

Byo students get Japan scholarships

THE Japanese government has awarded three Bulawayo students scholarships to pursue education and study for undergraduate and master’s programme in the Asian country.

School head fraud case postponed

School head fraud case postponed

JUDGMENT in the case in which Chikumbiro Primary School head Tariro Matongo is being accused of defrauding the school of $1 295 meant for water bills, was yesterday postponed to April 7, as the defence counsel is yet to file written submissions to the State.

Council suspends salary advances

Council suspends salary advances

GWERU City Council has temporarily suspended salary advances, which are routinely requested by workers, saying the advances are gobbling up money meant for middle and senior management.

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