Monthly Archives: February 2016

‘Zanu PF factional wars have put nation on the edge’

‘Zanu PF factional wars have put nation on the edge’

ZIMBABWEANS should be worried over Zanu PF’s factional wars that have put the nation on the edge, and on the brink of anarchy, People’s Democratic Party leader Tendai Biti has said.

Court orders firm to drill boreholes

Court orders firm to drill boreholes

BULAWAYO firm Pottery Industry (Pvt) Ltd recently ordered to pay $200 fine and also drill a borehole for the Belmont Industrial community after being convicted for discharging harmful chemicals into the city’s rivers has complied with the court order by paying $3 800 to the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) for the borehole.

Zanu PF youths up for fraud

Zanu PF youths up for fraud

FOUR Zanu PF youths are in trouble after they grabbed a Kwekwe City Council-owned shopping complex in Mbizo and started illegally collecting rentals from tenants.

Victoria Falls magistrate stopped court officials from taking sides

Victoria Falls magistrate stopped court officials from taking sides

A VICTORIA FALLS magistrate has barred court officials from taking sides in a dispute pitting factions fighting for the control of the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) of Africa church following violent clashes between congregants in the resort town.

BCC ambulances outlive lifespan

BCC ambulances outlive lifespan

BULAWAYO City Council (BCC)’s fleet of ambulances have reportedly outlived their lifespan and broke down quite often, a recent council report has revealed.

Judgment day for Mvuma court clerk

Judgment day for Mvuma court clerk

A MVUMA circuit court clerk who last year allegedly forged two Gweru magistrates’ signatures and withdrew $547 from the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) bank account will know his fate today when judgment in the matter is delivered.

Residents petition Kasukuwere

Residents petition Kasukuwere

PLUMTREE residents have petitioned Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere demanding that their local authority be stopped from managing the town’s water distribution system.

A serious contempt of the supreme law

A serious contempt of the supreme law

On February 14, 2016, The Sunday Mail carried an article: No alignment required, promulgate the laws. It was encouraging to get such a witness in the house. The author of this and other Come aboard Series discourses has always put his foot down in arguing that all provisions of the Constitution became binding on the day the Supreme law was assented to by the State president, unless for the provisions whereby the Act is specific about them being held in abeyance.

Pay attention to clear red flags during dating

Pay attention to clear red flags during dating

Love is not blind like what the world would like you to believe. Love has sharp eyes to see and…

Ex-Zipra combatants cut ties with war  vets association

Ex-Zipra combatants cut ties with war vets association

FORMER Zipra combatants have reportedly severed ties with the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) to independently fight for…

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