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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Revival Ministries pastor Mhindu convicted of fraud

Revival Ministries founder Pastor Mark Mhindu has been convicted of fraud after pleading guilty to selling State land to an unsuspecting buyer. Mhindu’s wife was, however, acquitted on similar charges.

Students severely assault Masvingo polytechnic principal

Masvingo Polytechnic Principal Mr Claver Nyamukapa was last Thursday severely assaulted by students who were protesting the examination fees the college had ordered them to pay.

18 people call over acrobat Zimbabwe HIV scare

Queensland Health says 18 people have responded to a national appeal for information from anyone who had unprotected sex with a HIV positive circus acrobat.

2 000 Ct of diamonds smuggled out of Zimbabwe daily

At least 2,000 carats of diamonds are smuggled out of the controversial Chiadzwa diamond fields every day, in direct violation of international trade standards, All Africa reported.

Allan Sony Chimbetu dragged to court

Dendera music heir Allan “Sony” Chimbetu, this week appeared at Mutare Civil Courts after being dragged by a Mutare woman seeking maintenance of his child.

Asylum seeker Roselyn given removal date for next Tuesday


Alleged Conman Wilbert Chaniwa on the loose as another victim loses R 25 000

An alleged Zimbabwean conman Wilbert Chaniwa, who is suspected to be on the loose has been named for the second time in a money swindling scam in which a South African man Damian Michael, lost R25 000 through Chaniwa’s investment business Blaze Africa International.

New political party PPP to launch in Zimbabwe

A new political party, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is set to be launched in Zimbabwe with the aim of changing the country’s political landscape.

PM Tsvangirai receives Honorary degree of Doctor of Laws

Prime Minister and Head of Government Mr. Morgan Tsvangirai has been conferred with an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by Pai Chai University, the 13th such honorary degree conferred to an individual in the 125-year history of this United Methodist Church institution.

GCN could be ordered to pay US $ 58 600.00 as unpaid employee wins...

The sun could be shining brightly for a former Girl Child Network Zimbabwe programme officer who after winning a labour dispute Award, her former employer is now faced with three options to consider namely, Reinstatement of the employee without loss of benefits, Payment of damages in lieu of reinstatement and Appeal against the decision, according to a letter written by legal practitioners Mbidzo, Makoni and Muchadehama.