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Police dogs maul  men in Vic Falls

Police dogs maul men in Vic Falls

A VICTORIA Falls man is battling for his life after police on patrol allegedly set dogs on him and his friend accusing them of being poachers.

Chiefs’ demands multiply

Chiefs’ demands multiply

TRADITIONAL leaders have demanded that the government treat them in the same manner as judges and magistrates, arguing that they dispensed justice to the grassroots majority in rural areas through the high volumes of cases they adjudicated.

Residents, Bpra clash

Residents, Bpra clash

RESIDENTS of Ward 13 comprising Iminyela, Mabutweni and Pelandaba in Bulawayo have accused the Bulawayo Progressive Residents’ Association (Bpra) of threatening to evict them from council-owned houses they are renting if they do not acquire membership of the pressure group.

Zanu PF strikes VP deal

Zanu PF strikes VP deal

SENIOR ex-Zapu members in the Zanu PF politburo and central committee from Matabeleland have endorsed Senior Minister Simon Khaya Moyo for the party’s second vice-presidency ahead of the elective congress in December, Southern Eye can reveal.

Zim adds to TB Joshua  death toll confusion

Zim adds to TB Joshua death toll confusion

THE government is adamant that only one Zimbabwean died in the collapse of a six-storey hostel at popular Nigerian self-styled prophet Temitope Balagun “TB” Joshua’s Synagogue Church of all Nations (Scoan) last month.

CIO disrupts MDC-T meeting

CIO disrupts MDC-T meeting

THE police and suspected members of the dreaded Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) allegedly disrupted an MDC-T Matobo North executive meeting held at Tshapu business centre last on Sunday claiming that it had not been sanctioned.

MDC-T activists brawl over polls

MDC-T activists brawl over polls

A 29-YEAR-OLD Gweru MDC-T youth activist yesterday appeared in court facing allegations of assaulting a fellow party member following a misunderstanding over internal district elections held last weekend.

Mugabe breathes fire

Mugabe breathes fire

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday took a swipe at factionalism in his Zanu PF party and warned that sterner measures will be taken against errant and undisciplined party members.

Businessman assaulted over phone calls

Businessman assaulted over phone calls

A 40-YEAR-OLD man from Emabutweni high-density suburb in Bulawayo yesterday appeared in court facing two charges of assault and theft after he attacked a businessman he accused of phoning his wife.

Cop jailed for stealing from vendors

Cop jailed for stealing from vendors

A CONSTABLE based at Pumula Police Station in Bulawayo was yesterday slapped with two-and-a-half year jail term for extorting $200 and R30 from two city residents he had arrested for illegal vending.

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