‘Mature’ Driver Fined U.S.$300 for Culpable Homicide

[The Herald] A motorist who survived a horrific car accident which claimed two of his passengers was yesterday fined $300 and suspended from driving for six months by a Gweru magistrate.

[The Herald] A motorist who survived a horrific car accident which claimed two of his passengers was yesterday fined $300 and suspended from driving for six months by a Gweru magistrate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Youth League Disowns Document

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has dismissed a document fraught with errors circulating on social media and the Internet as the official statement delivered by national secretary Cde Kudzanai Chipanga on Monday.

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has dismissed a document fraught with errors circulating on social media and the Internet as the official statement delivered by national secretary Cde Kudzanai Chipanga on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Forex Shortages Impact Power Imports

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s power imports are under threat as the country continues to struggle to pay its obligations due to acute shortages of foreign currency, sources familiar with the development have said. The country imports an average of 300 megawa…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's power imports are under threat as the country continues to struggle to pay its obligations due to acute shortages of foreign currency, sources familiar with the development have said. The country imports an average of 300 megawatts mainly from South Africa's Eskom and Mozambique to augment local supplies but it is in arrears of close to $50 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Teachers Up for Exam Leaks

[The Herald] Two Masvingo-based teachers appeared in court on Monday for allegedly accessing and selling Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council’s June and November 2017 examination papers. Paradzai Rumutsa (30) and Josphat Muza (27) appeared before Harar…

[The Herald] Two Masvingo-based teachers appeared in court on Monday for allegedly accessing and selling Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council's June and November 2017 examination papers. Paradzai Rumutsa (30) and Josphat Muza (27) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Gedion Ruvetsa facing charges of contravening Section 35 (a) and (b) of the Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Act ( chapter 25:18), which prohibits gaining access to and revealing examination material.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Security Is Under Control,’ Senate Chairman On Security, Intelligence Assures Citizens

[Observer] The chairman of the Senate Committee on Defense, Security, Intelligence & Veteran Affairs, at a late evening press briefing yesterday, assured citizens and residents that national security is under control.

[Observer] The chairman of the Senate Committee on Defense, Security, Intelligence & Veteran Affairs, at a late evening press briefing yesterday, assured citizens and residents that national security is under control.

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Concourt Could Benefit From Incessant Attacks

[Zambia Reports] Funny that Constitutional Court judges should come under fire from all sides of the Zambian political divide. Note that they are a bunch of individuals with no platform to respond to the criticism being lumped on them. On one hand the …

[Zambia Reports] Funny that Constitutional Court judges should come under fire from all sides of the Zambian political divide. Note that they are a bunch of individuals with no platform to respond to the criticism being lumped on them. On one hand the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) has labelled them corrupt and incompetent. UPND president Hakainde Hichilema has labelled judges by name as corrupt and has demanding for their removal from the bench.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Opposition in Crisis Meeting

[The Herald] The MDC-T yesterday held a crisis meeting at the party’s headquarters in Harare to discuss the implications of party leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s health ahead of next year’s harmonised elections. Mr Tsvangirai is receiving treatment in So…

[The Herald] The MDC-T yesterday held a crisis meeting at the party's headquarters in Harare to discuss the implications of party leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's health ahead of next year's harmonised elections. Mr Tsvangirai is receiving treatment in South Africa after he was diagnosed of cancer of the colon. The opposition leader has not been performing his official duties for the past three months and was flown back to South Africa last week for the second time in a month after his health deteriorated.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe