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Chief accused of ordering villagers to vote for Zanu PF

Chief accused of ordering villagers to vote for Zanu PF

THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has been asked to investigate Chief Tategulu in Tsholotsho North who stands accused of ordering villagers to vote for Zanu PF candidate Jonathan Moyo in the June 10 by-election.

ZEC gives in to MDC-T demands

ZEC gives in to MDC-T demands

ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (ZEC) has begun complying with the electoral laws after they made available the first electronic copy of the voters’ roll, MDC-T has said.

Zanu PF chairperson joins MDC-T

Zanu PF chairperson joins MDC-T

ZANU PF Gokwe Town Centre chairperson Innocent Choto, who for 13 years had allegedly tormented opposition supporters, has defected to the MDC-T.

Gweru cops in trouble for robbing a vendor

Gweru cops in trouble for robbing a vendor

Two members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police in Gweru appeared in court last Friday facing charges of assaulting and robbing a female city vendor and her boyfriend of over $1 000.

Kombayi calls off Germany trip

Kombayi calls off Germany trip

Gweru mayor Hamutendi Kombayi has called off his German trip following pressure from disgruntled council workers who described the exchange trip as of little financial benefit to the cash-strapped local authority.

ZCSA to hold meeting with SA Home Affairs

ZCSA to hold meeting with SA Home Affairs

THE Zimbabwe Community in South Africa (ZCSA), an organisation assisting Zimbabweans to comply with the new South African permit system immigration requirements, will hold a review meeting today with that country’s Home Affairs officials.

School engage debt collectors to recover fees, levies

School engage debt collectors to recover fees, levies

THE government-run Eveline High School in Bulawayo has resolved to engage debt collectors in a desperate move to recover outstanding fees and levies dating back to January 2009. The School Development Association (SDA) is spear-heading the move.

Soldier, friend up for assault, robbery

Soldier, friend up for assault, robbery

A MEMBER of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) based at the Brad Baracks in Bulawayo and his civilian friend allegedly attacked a city woman in broad daylight and robbed her of her mobile phones worth $100.

Sekai Holland resigns

Sekai Holland resigns

MDC-Renewal has been thrown into further turmoil after interim leader Sekai Holland yesterday announced her resignation just a year after taking charge of the party which split from the Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T.

Zimbabwe seek improvement with the ball

Zimbabwe seek improvement with the ball

ZIMBABWE will be seeking a bowling improvement in the second and final T-20 international match against hosts Pakistan when the two nations square-off this evening.

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