Monthly Archives: July 2009

Unrepentant clerk of court at it again

Loveness Nyoni ,a clerk of court who two weeks ago appeared in court for allegedly defrauding a woman of R500 after promising to stop her eviction by the Messenger of Court was yesterday back in the dock, this time accused of defrauding another person of US$270.

Tsvangirai set to meet security chiefs on Thursday

The first ever meeting between the Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and the country’s service chiefs is set for Harare on Thursday.

Chinotimba suing nokia minister for US$19 million

Self styled war veteran and ZANU PF member Joseph Chinotimba is suing Thamsanqa Mahlangu the MDC Deputy Youth Minister for US$19 million for loss of business.Mahlangu was arrested on Tuesday on allegations of stealing a cell phone belonging to Chinotimba two weeks ago.

Minister Mahlangu walked out with phone but denies theft

Zimbabwe’s Deputy Youth Minister Thamsanqa Mahlangu has admitted he walked out of a conference with a phone belonging to war veterans’ leader Joseph Chinotimba but denies theft, it was revealed last night.

MDC-UK financial statement found in nightclub

A total of £54 151.37 was raised by the MDC-UK while only £8 000 was remitted to Harare's MDC Harvest House, according to an MDC-UK and Ireland financial statement picked up in a Birmingham nightclub in Britain.

We can go it alone: DPM Khupe

Zimbabwe has the resources to bankroll the economic turnaround programme and should stop going to outsiders, looking for development assistance, Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khupe has said.

The ebb and flow of Zimbabwean migrants

Only about 12 percent of the Zimbabwean migrants who cross the border into South Africa - estimated at between one million and more than three million by analysts - stay in the northern province of Limpopo for more than six months, says a new report by the International organisation for Migration(IOM).

Hoe handle kills baby snatcher

A woman believed to be mentally-ill was struck to death with a hoe handle on Monday morning in Mutoko after she reportedly sneaked into a bedroom hut and stole a one-year and six-month-old baby.

No money, no survival for renal patients

For renal patient Mr Kufakunesu Muradzikwa, the Government’s partnership with Fresenius Medical Care of South Africa that has resulted in the installation of 14 dialysis machines at Harare’s Parirenyatwa Hospital is the elimination of one of two big problems plaguing those with kidney ailments.

Zimbabwe negotiators endorse use of Kariba Draft

Standard newspaper advert which was placed by the negotiators of the Global Political Agreement (GPA), revealed the six member group representing all three parties in the coalition had agreed to endorse the controversial Kariba Draft as a point of reference.