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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Zanu-PF cannot swallow MDC – Tsvangirai

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has dismissed outright any prospect of President Robert Mugabe’s party, Zanu-PF, ever swallowing his own Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

Nkala says Moven Mahachi killed for diamonds

Former fiery politician, Enos Nzombi Nkala, has revealed that his successor as Defence Minister, Moven Mahachi was eliminated for his robust opposition to Zanu-PF leadership’s unbridled looting of diamonds in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Zvinavashe widow and son in bitter fight

The widow of the late former Army Commander General Vitalis Zvinavashe is locked in a bitter inheritance wrangle with the late general first son. Zvinavashe, a 1970 liberation war hero and former Gutu MP (Zanu-PF), died in March. He was 66 years old.

Chinhoyi woman in court for scalding hubby

Chinhoyi - A Chinhoyi woman scalded her husband with boiling water for coming home late causing serious facial and neck burns.

Directors in court for presenting fraudulent forms

Two Interyan Investments directors accused of swindling the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare of more than US$38 000 yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts facing fraud charges.

Two men die in suicides citing financial problems

Two men committed suicide in separate incidents, both citing financial problems.

Chinhoyi man accused of rape

Chinhoyi -A 20-year-old Chinhoyi man has been accused of raping a 14-year-old girl after she refused his sex-for-pot offer.

Zimbabwe lifts restrictions on BBC news reporters

The Zimbabwean government has lifted restrictions on the BBC, allowing the corporation to report freely from the country for the first time in eight years.

Cautious optimism returns to Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwe Government has told the BBC there is no ban on its operations and it can resume reporting, legally and openly, in Zimbabwe. The BBC's Andrew Harding returns to an optimistic Harare.

Deputy minister Mahlangu to appear in court

Two Hwange women who allegedly connived with the Deputy Minister of Youth Development and Indigenisation and Empowerment Thamsanqa Mahlangu to steal Cde Joseph Chinotimba’s mobile phone yesterday appeared in court facing theft charges.