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Monthly Archives: August 2009

Zimbabwe Standard newspaper bans protest singer

Talking of freedom of expression in Zimbabwe. Censored and banned protest singer Viomak has had another share of sour grapes after she was told that her musical stories will not be published in an independent paper in Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Standard.

Farmer house burned down in arson attack

Chegutu -A beleaguered commercial farmer in Chegutu, who has faced months of intimidation and attack by land invaders this year, was on Monday night without a home, after his farmhouse was burned down in an apparent arson attack on Sunday.

Villagers in Nkayi facing starvation

Villagers in Nkayi district are facing starvation and are in dire need of food aid until the 2009/2010 harvests, an official has said.Speaking in an interview yesterday, Nkayi Rural District Council chairman, Councillor Kufakwezwe Ncube, said hundreds of villagers were battling with food shortages.

Minister Mushonga husband last will final:Court

The Master of the High Court has ruled that the last will written by the late Dr Christopher Chinyani Mushonga and held by the Will Writing Centre overrides the earlier joint will he wrote with his wife, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, solely because the law recognises the last will a person writes as the final will.

Warrant of arrest for Mhunga driver

Isaya Mukora, the driver of the Mhunga bus that was involved in an accident that killed 38 people and injured 33 others along the Harare -Masvingo highway last month, has skipped bail.

ZimDaily worst in online abuse:MMPZ

MMPZ notes with concern the resurgence of abusive and intolerant language in the media, which is inimical to the inclusive spirit of the coalition government and pledges of reform enshrined in the Global Political Agreement.

Man sexually abuses 4 year old for cake

A Bulawayo man was yesterday arraigned before the courts for allegedly indecently assaulting his fellow tenant's four-year-old daughter after promising to give her a cake.

False ID teacher spared UK prison

A teacher who worked illegally as a labourer on Teesside after he fled Zimbabwe from Mugabe’s thugs has walked free from court.

Minister Chombo siphoning council money to Zanu PF

The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has accused officials in the cash-strapped Harare City Council of diverting municipal funds to Zanu PF at the behest of local government minister Ignatius Chombo.

MDC-UK Chawora diverted funds to Crosby Abbot Ltd

Zimdiaspora-We today publish an unedited email from veteran MDC activist Mr Elliot Pfebve in which he accuses the beleaguered Chawora executive for milking funds out of the party through a controversial company known as Crosby Abbot Limited.