D-Day for Bogus Stands Dealer

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Zanu-PF politician Abisha Ushewekunze, who allegedly swindled flea market traders of over $14 000 after promising them non-existent residential stands at Cold Comfort, will know his fate today.

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Zanu-PF politician Abisha Ushewekunze, who allegedly swindled flea market traders of over $14 000 after promising them non-existent residential stands at Cold Comfort, will know his fate today.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Husband Slits Wife’s Throat

[The Herald] A Mutare man who deserted his family 25 years ago before returning recently, allegedly murdered his wife by slitting her throat on Friday night, before disappearing.

[The Herald] A Mutare man who deserted his family 25 years ago before returning recently, allegedly murdered his wife by slitting her throat on Friday night, before disappearing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chief Makoni in Trouble

[The Herald] Chief Makoni, Cogen Simbayi Gwasira, is in trouble with the law again after he allegedly failed to return six head of cattle he had attached from his subjects.

[The Herald] Chief Makoni, Cogen Simbayi Gwasira, is in trouble with the law again after he allegedly failed to return six head of cattle he had attached from his subjects.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UNDP Endorses BVR Kits Supplier

[The Herald] The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has endorsed China’s Laxton Group as the best company to supply biometric voter registration (BVR) kits which will be used to register voters ahead of next year’s harmonised elections.

[The Herald] The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has endorsed China's Laxton Group as the best company to supply biometric voter registration (BVR) kits which will be used to register voters ahead of next year's harmonised elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man Sodomises Grandson

[The Herald] In a suspected ritual case, a 58-year-old man allegedly sodomised his 10-year-old grandson, and after the act broke a clay pot at the gate, while seemingly uttering incantations.

[The Herald] In a suspected ritual case, a 58-year-old man allegedly sodomised his 10-year-old grandson, and after the act broke a clay pot at the gate, while seemingly uttering incantations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Netball – The Gems Win Gold in Windhoek

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe senior netball team underlined their status as one of the fast rising sides on the continent when they ran riot at the Pent Series in Windhoek, Namibia, winning all their matches to claim gold at the weekend.

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe senior netball team underlined their status as one of the fast rising sides on the continent when they ran riot at the Pent Series in Windhoek, Namibia, winning all their matches to claim gold at the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Teachers Demand Vacation Leave

[The Herald] Teachers are demanding that Government allows them to go on vacation leave, as denying them that opportunity constitutes unfair labour practice and violates rights enshrined in the Constitution.

[The Herald] Teachers are demanding that Government allows them to go on vacation leave, as denying them that opportunity constitutes unfair labour practice and violates rights enshrined in the Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Acts On Child Sex Workers

[The Herald] Government last Friday dispatched teams to Epworth, Caledonia, Hopley and Hatcliffe in Harare to identify and profile children engaging in prostitution for survival.

[The Herald] Government last Friday dispatched teams to Epworth, Caledonia, Hopley and Hatcliffe in Harare to identify and profile children engaging in prostitution for survival.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

All Set for Parly Opening

[The Herald] The official opening of the Fifth Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe by President Mugabe tomorrow signals the beckoning of the end of term for current legislators, some of whom might fail to find their way back to the legislative…

[The Herald] The official opening of the Fifth Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe by President Mugabe tomorrow signals the beckoning of the end of term for current legislators, some of whom might fail to find their way back to the legislative assembly after harmonised elections next year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe