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Mujuru allies hit back

Mujuru allies hit back

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s camp has written a letter to Sadc leaders asking them to intervene following their inglorious booting out from senior positions, in what is increasingly looking like a long drawn out and acrimonious fight.

Woman, inyanga  in love potion row

Woman, inyanga in love potion row

A WOMAN from Hillside and her male accomplice, a registered traditional healer, are in trouble after they allegedly made a love potion and cast a spell on the woman’s boyfriend so he could be “crazily in love” with her.

Zanu PF plots fresh raid on mines

Zanu PF plots fresh raid on mines

ZANU PF is early next year expected to launch a blitz on mining companies that have not contributed to the community share ownership schemes launched last year, a legislator said.

Buffaloes cause stir in Vic Falls

Buffaloes cause stir in Vic Falls

GAME rangers have driven a large herd of buffaloes out of Zimbabwe’s prime tourist resort of Victoria Falls, locals said yesterday.

SDA Church realigns conferences

SDA Church realigns conferences

THE West Zimbabwe Conference (WZC) of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church that oversaw churches in Bulawayo, the two Matabeleland provinces and parts of the Midlands and Masvingo provinces has been divided into two administrative conferences following a huge growth in membership.

Tsvangirai woos councillors

Tsvangirai woos councillors

FORMER Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has dispatched emissaries to Bulawayo councillors, who ditched the party to join MDC-Renewal in a bid to woo them back to his MDC-T party.

Mujuru finally loses seat

Mujuru finally loses seat

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has finally lost her Mt Darwin West constituency after Parliament on Tuesday wrote to President Robert Mugabe declaring the seat vacant.

Govt to spend $9m on chiefs

Govt to spend $9m on chiefs

THE government is set to spend almost $9 million on traditional chiefs’ cars after a parliamentary committee recommended that each of them receive $35 000 instead of $18 000 to buy vehicles.

‘Mugabe creates nation of vendors’

‘Mugabe creates nation of vendors’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is “senile with a vituperative wife wholly engrossed in Zanu PF’s factional fights that have turned Zimbabwe into a nation of vendors,” MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai said yesterday.

Plumtree man kills employer, commits suicide

Plumtree man kills employer, commits suicide

A MAN from Changwa Area in Plumtree allegedly killed his employer over an unknown dispute before committing suicide three days ago.

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