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JUST IN: Chebundo, Timveous join Zanu-PF

President Mnangagwa has this afternoon welcomed to Zanu PF, Cdes Blessing Chebundo and Lilian Timveous, former legislators and MDC senior officials who said they were leaving the opposition and join the revolutionary party. The Herald …


JUST IN: ZETDC MD appears in court

ZIMBABWE Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company managing director appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court today facing allegations of violating the tender procedures involving US$1 405 920. The Herald …





Harare faces town clerk headache

Harare City Council has no town clerk and is in a quandary after its sole substantive department head, health services director Dr Prosper Chonzi, turned down an offer to become acting town clerk because the health department is heavily committed to fighting Covid-19 and because he does not feel himself qualified outside his public health profession to solve city problems. The Herald …


JUST IN: Mliswa accused of violating lockdown regulations

Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter Norton legislator, Temba Peter Mliswa, accused of violating the Covid-19 national lockdown regulations after calling a Press conference at his Borrowdale residence in Harare has been freed on $20 000 and has been barred from convening any other press conferences pending his trial. Mliswa, who was being represented by lawyer […] The Herald …


JUST IN: Voyeur fined $3000

A 33-year-old man was slapped with a $3000 fine after he admitted in court to filming his teenage neighbour with a phone whilst she was bathing in Harare’s Avenues area. The Herald …



Land barons, councils nailed . . .Forced to compensate homeseekers

Fungi Kwaramba Political Editor LAND barons and councils that duped desperate home-seekers to settle and develop on illegal land will not only have their day in court but will also be forced by the Government to compensate their victims, a meeting that involved ministers, ruling party officials and other agencies heard yesterday. This follows President […] The Herald …