Unlicensed Driver Cop Kills Three Family Members

[New Zimbabwe] An unlicensed junior police officer is in trouble with the law after running over four members of a local family while speeding with his Mercedes Benz, killing three and injuring one.

[New Zimbabwe] An unlicensed junior police officer is in trouble with the law after running over four members of a local family while speeding with his Mercedes Benz, killing three and injuring one.

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Opposition’s Tsvangirai, Ncube Bemoan 2005 Split

[The Herald] The split of 2005, not alleged vote-rigging that MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai and MDC president Professor Welshman Ncube have been peddling for over a decade, has contributed to the opposition’s dismal performance in successive electi…

[The Herald] The split of 2005, not alleged vote-rigging that MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai and MDC president Professor Welshman Ncube have been peddling for over a decade, has contributed to the opposition's dismal performance in successive elections, the two leaders said yesterday. Mr Tsvangirai has been losing elections to President Mugabe since the formation of his party in 1999 and has contested the poll outcomes as manipulated.

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The House That Tsvangirai Is Building

[The Herald] Those with an interest in semiotics will find discomfiting connotations in our mention of Morgan Tsvangirai and houses. The MDC-T leader has been haunted by the fact that he lives in a Government house, nay mansion, in Harare’s Highlands a…

[The Herald] Those with an interest in semiotics will find discomfiting connotations in our mention of Morgan Tsvangirai and houses. The MDC-T leader has been haunted by the fact that he lives in a Government house, nay mansion, in Harare's Highlands area. The house is worth an estimated US$4 million. Tsvangirai has been staying there since his tenure as Prime Minister during the era of the inclusive Government.

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Churches Fall Prey to Robbers

[The Herald] TEN armed robbers attacked 23 congregants after raiding their churches in Bindura and Marondera in two separate incidents and got away with $5 000 cash and other valuables, it has been learnt. In a statement, police national spokesperson C…

[The Herald] TEN armed robbers attacked 23 congregants after raiding their churches in Bindura and Marondera in two separate incidents and got away with $5 000 cash and other valuables, it has been learnt. In a statement, police national spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi said police were disturbed with the robberies. "The robbers are attacking congregants during late night crusades and also targeting pastors," he said.

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No National Hero Status for Ruling Party’s Chivamba

[New Zimbabwe] THE ruling Zanu PF party has turned down a request by its Midlands provincial structures to have the late deputy provincial chairman, Kizito Chivamba, declared a national hero.

[New Zimbabwe] THE ruling Zanu PF party has turned down a request by its Midlands provincial structures to have the late deputy provincial chairman, Kizito Chivamba, declared a national hero.

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President Mugabe to Meet Youths Countrywide

[The Herald] Zvamaida Murwira -Zanu-PF First Secretary and party leader President Mugabe is set to visit provinces next month to have an appreciation of the challenges facing youths, as he seeks to interface with young people across the country. The fi…

[The Herald] Zvamaida Murwira -Zanu-PF First Secretary and party leader President Mugabe is set to visit provinces next month to have an appreciation of the challenges facing youths, as he seeks to interface with young people across the country. The first meeting has been earmarked for Mashonaland East Province. The engagements are expected to run until October this year as the revolutionary party's youth wing heightens preparations for the 2018 harmonised elections.

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Govt Docks Ngwuta Over Assets Declaration

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government yesterday arraigned suspended justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Sylvester Ngwuta before the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Abuja, over alleged false declaration of assets.

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government yesterday arraigned suspended justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Sylvester Ngwuta before the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Abuja, over alleged false declaration of assets.

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2 Toddlers Abducted During Prayer

[The Herald] Kidnapping two toddlers in church with the intention of making money out of them in South Africa has landed a Chitungwiza woman in prison after she was intercepted at a local bus terminus. Jane Ngwerume (18) abducted the two minors from ch…

[The Herald] Kidnapping two toddlers in church with the intention of making money out of them in South Africa has landed a Chitungwiza woman in prison after she was intercepted at a local bus terminus. Jane Ngwerume (18) abducted the two minors from church while congregants were immersed in prayer. She ran out of luck when some congregants who were now looking for the missing children spotted them while boarding a bus out of the satellite town.

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Yes, Some States in the North Are Failing

[Guardian] Recent uproar amongst some members of the elite in northern geopolitical zones of Nigeria following remarks made by the Emir of Kano, His Highness Muhammadu Sanusi II, missed or deliberately ignored a central message that, many states in the…

[Guardian] Recent uproar amongst some members of the elite in northern geopolitical zones of Nigeria following remarks made by the Emir of Kano, His Highness Muhammadu Sanusi II, missed or deliberately ignored a central message that, many states in the northern geopolitical zones of the Federal Republic of Nigeria are failing or have already failed to meet the basic, legitimate aspirations or expectations of their citizens.

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