Business Mogul Set to Lose Private Jet

[The Herald] Business mogul Mr John Arnold Bredenkamp’s private jet faces auctioning over a $205 000 debt after the High Court on Wednesday threw out his latest bid to block the removal of the attached plane.

[The Herald] Business mogul Mr John Arnold Bredenkamp's private jet faces auctioning over a $205 000 debt after the High Court on Wednesday threw out his latest bid to block the removal of the attached plane.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Workers Body Approaches Concourt Over Law Amendments

[Zimbabwe Independent] The workers’ representative body, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, has approached the Constitutional Court to have sections of the Labour Act which were amended in 2015 struck off, arguing they are unconstitutional.

[Zimbabwe Independent] The workers' representative body, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, has approached the Constitutional Court to have sections of the Labour Act which were amended in 2015 struck off, arguing they are unconstitutional.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tsvangirai, Mugabe Party Members Clash at Dance Festival

[The Herald] Seven Zanu-PF members in Chitungwiza on Wednesday appeared in court for allegedly attacking MDC-T activists during a Nyau dance festival last Saturday near Unit N Police Station.

[The Herald] Seven Zanu-PF members in Chitungwiza on Wednesday appeared in court for allegedly attacking MDC-T activists during a Nyau dance festival last Saturday near Unit N Police Station.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zhuwao Needs Assistance, Handholding

[The Herald] Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment Minister Patrick Zhuwao needs help! We are really concerned by the policy ignorance he publicly flaunts like a badge of honour as it does not bode well for the public’s confidence in Govern…

[The Herald] Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment Minister Patrick Zhuwao needs help! We are really concerned by the policy ignorance he publicly flaunts like a badge of honour as it does not bode well for the public's confidence in Government.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

War Vets Receive Crutches, Wheelchair

[The Herald] Doves Holdings yesterday donated a wheelchair and six sets of crutches to Mashonaland East chapter of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association to alleviate suffering by disabled members of the organisation.

[The Herald] Doves Holdings yesterday donated a wheelchair and six sets of crutches to Mashonaland East chapter of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association to alleviate suffering by disabled members of the organisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Economy Demands Multi-Skilled Employees

[Zimbabwe Independent] Companies and organisation have constantly faced socio-political and economic challenges with a lot of negative bearing on the growth and sustainability of the business.

[Zimbabwe Independent] Companies and organisation have constantly faced socio-political and economic challenges with a lot of negative bearing on the growth and sustainability of the business.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Motorists’ Unending Nightmare

[Financial Gazette] Videos and images circulating on social media which routinely go viral dramatise how the police and badly maintained roads conspire to guarantee a rough ride for Zimbabwe’s motorists.

[Financial Gazette] Videos and images circulating on social media which routinely go viral dramatise how the police and badly maintained roads conspire to guarantee a rough ride for Zimbabwe's motorists.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Registrar-General’s Office Exposes Accused’s Fake Identity

[The Herald] A Harare magistrate yesterday ruled that two of the three suspects believed to be part of a syndicate allegedly duping home-seekers by advertising non-existent residential stands in newspapers and using fake documents, were not proper cand…

[The Herald] A Harare magistrate yesterday ruled that two of the three suspects believed to be part of a syndicate allegedly duping home-seekers by advertising non-existent residential stands in newspapers and using fake documents, were not proper candidates for bail and should remain in custody pending trial.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fortification Debate Rages

[The Herald] The grain milling industry has appealed to Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Mike Bimha to engage Health and Child Welfare Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa to rescind his decision to impose a mandatory fortification programme citing lack of …

[The Herald] The grain milling industry has appealed to Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Mike Bimha to engage Health and Child Welfare Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa to rescind his decision to impose a mandatory fortification programme citing lack of adequate consultation on the matter, among other reasons.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe