Suicidal Referee Kusosa Coping Well

[The Herald] Referee Thomas Kusosa is coping well following concerted interventions to deal with the stress that almost made him take his life in the aftermath of the chaos related to his decision which led to the abandonment of the Chibuku Super Cup q…

[The Herald] Referee Thomas Kusosa is coping well following concerted interventions to deal with the stress that almost made him take his life in the aftermath of the chaos related to his decision which led to the abandonment of the Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final match at Maglas on Sunday. Kusosa had cut communication with the outside world upon return from his tour of duty in Zvishavane and his family had to break into his apartment on Monday after fears were raised that the tortured referee had turned suicidal.

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Garissa University College Recovers From Shabaab Attack – Principal

[Nation] The Garissa University College that was attacked by suspected Al-Shabaab terrorists on April 2, 2015 is slowing picking up as more government-sponsored students report to the institution, the principal said on Tuesday.

[Nation] The Garissa University College that was attacked by suspected Al-Shabaab terrorists on April 2, 2015 is slowing picking up as more government-sponsored students report to the institution, the principal said on Tuesday.

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Power Utility Loses U.S.$2 Million to Theft, Vandalism

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electricity Distribution and Transmission Company (ZETDC)’s southern region which covers the Midlands province has lost equipment and infrastructure valued at $1,3 million due to vandalism and theft since January this year, an…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electricity Distribution and Transmission Company (ZETDC)'s southern region which covers the Midlands province has lost equipment and infrastructure valued at $1,3 million due to vandalism and theft since January this year, an official has said. The power utility has also reported 1 559 cases of vandalism and theft on its property to the police, leading to the arrest of some suspects since January. In an interview on the sidelines of the ZEDTC employees clean up campaign in Gweru last Friday,

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700 Houses Demolished

[The Herald] Harare City Council yesterday demolished 700 houses and makeshift structures in Eyestone, Harare South, with the affected residents complaining they were not warned of the action. Some of the affected settlers who spoke to The Herald said …

[The Herald] Harare City Council yesterday demolished 700 houses and makeshift structures in Eyestone, Harare South, with the affected residents complaining they were not warned of the action. Some of the affected settlers who spoke to The Herald said they were shocked by the local authorities' arbitrary action.

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International Midfielder Nakamba Is Player of the Month in Belgium

[The Herald] Zimbabwe international midfielder is already making waves in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League where he has been named the Proximus Player of the Month for September. The box-to-box midfielder, who is one of the stars who have come out of Met…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe international midfielder is already making waves in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League where he has been named the Proximus Player of the Month for September. The box-to-box midfielder, who is one of the stars who have come out of Methembe Ndlovu's productive nursery at Bantu Rovers, beat fellow midfielders Hans Vanaken and Ruud Vormer into second and third places.

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Trio Up for for Gang Rape

[The Herald] Three Epworth men yesterday appeared in court accused of gang raping a 27-year-old woman before her three children and stealing her property. Givemore Kunaka (31), Last Sithole (30) and Edwin Bvunzawabaya (33) appeared before Harare magist…

[The Herald] Three Epworth men yesterday appeared in court accused of gang raping a 27-year-old woman before her three children and stealing her property. Givemore Kunaka (31), Last Sithole (30) and Edwin Bvunzawabaya (33) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Hoseah Mujaya. The trio is facing unlawful entry, theft and rape charges and were remanded in custody to Thursday for trial.

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President Mugabe Delivered On Promises – Minister Mandiwanzira

[The Herald] President Mugabe remains the best foot forward for Zanu-PF and the country ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections as he has stood by the people through his policies, Nyanga South National Assembly member Cde Supa Mandiwanzira has said. Add…

[The Herald] President Mugabe remains the best foot forward for Zanu-PF and the country ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections as he has stood by the people through his policies, Nyanga South National Assembly member Cde Supa Mandiwanzira has said. Addressing a rally in Mapako, Nyanga South, after donating building material for the construction of Mapako Clinic recently, Cde Mandiwanzira said President Mugabe had delivered on his promises since 1980.

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Former Cricket Chair Chingoka Mourns Pichanick

[The Herald] Former Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Peter Chingoka says veteran sports administrator, Alwyn Pichanick, was an endless fountain of knowledge from which he drew guidance to lead the national game. Pichanick, a former Sports Commission chairman …

[The Herald] Former Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Peter Chingoka says veteran sports administrator, Alwyn Pichanick, was an endless fountain of knowledge from which he drew guidance to lead the national game. Pichanick, a former Sports Commission chairman and ZC boss, died in Australia and is expected to be buried near Brisbane on Friday. He had been battling cancer for some time. Widely respected as one of the finest legal minds to emerge from this country, Pichanick led Zimbabwe Cricket for a long time, including when th

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Mugabe, Wife Misguided – War Veterans

[New Zimbabwe] The attacks on embattled Vice President Emerson Mnangagwa and ousted war veterans Minister Tshinga Dube are not only directed at the two but all war veterans, the Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (ZLWVA) said Tuesday.

[New Zimbabwe] The attacks on embattled Vice President Emerson Mnangagwa and ousted war veterans Minister Tshinga Dube are not only directed at the two but all war veterans, the Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (ZLWVA) said Tuesday.

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