Three in court over unregistered schools

Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter OWNERS of three unregistered schools in Harare appeared in court on allegations of operating without licenses from the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. Charles Tabviroona, who was running Greater Heights in Glen Norah, Albertina Rosemary Bwititi of Hatcliffe Educational College and Tinashe Mutambudzi of Royal Priestwood in Chitungwiza appeared […]

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Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter

OWNERS of three unregistered schools in Harare appeared in court on allegations of operating without licenses from the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education.

Charles Tabviroona, who was running Greater Heights in Glen Norah, Albertina Rosemary Bwititi of Hatcliffe Educational College and Tinashe Mutambudzi of Royal Priestwood in Chitungwiza appeared before Harare magistrates Mrs Tafadzwa Miti charged with “establishing and maintaining an unregistered school.”

 

They are all expected to return  to court on February 2 for trial.

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TEACHER FOUND IN BED WITH MARRIED LOVER, BASHED BY MOB

A SEKE music teacher was on Wednesday attacked by villagers
after he was caught in a compromising position with a married woman in his
bedroom, writes Arron Nyamayaro.

Shakespeare Chimbetete, a music teacher at Murape Primary
School, was attacked and …

A SEKE music teacher was on Wednesday attacked by villagers after he was caught in a compromising position with a married woman in his bedroom, writes Arron Nyamayaro. Shakespeare Chimbetete, a music teacher at Murape Primary School, was attacked and had his house doors and windowpanes destroyed . The mob accused him of bedding a married woman, Chipo Dhliwayo (21) in his bedroom at Chakahwata

Panner kills colleague while gambling

Crime Reporter A gold panner has gone into hiding after he allegedly stabbed to death a colleague in Shurugwi following a misunderstanding while they were gambling. The incident occurred at Derino 21 Mine in Shurugwi last Friday at around 20 00 hours. The victim who was stabbed twice on the left side of the ribs […]

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Crime Reporter

A gold panner has gone into hiding after he allegedly stabbed to death a colleague in Shurugwi following a misunderstanding while they were gambling.

The incident occurred at Derino 21 Mine in Shurugwi last Friday at around 20 00 hours. The victim who was stabbed twice on the left side of the ribs and on the left shoulder died on the spot.

Police have since intensified investigations on the case.

National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the incident.

“The ZRP is investigating a murder case which occurred at Derino 21 Mine, Shurugwi on January 21, 2022 at about 2000 hours, where two unknown artisanal miners had a misunderstanding after gambling.

“One of the artisanal miners drew a knife and stabbed the victim twice on the left side ribs and on the left shoulder before disappearing in the darkness. The victim died on the spot,” he said.

The incident comes after police recently urged the public to shun all illegal gambling activities countrywide.

This comes after an incident that occurred on January 19, 2022 when a Bulawayo man was fatally stabbed on left cheek, neck and shoulder with an unspecified knife after a misunderstanding that arose from a pool game.

The victim bled profusely from the injuries and was rushed to United Bulawayo Hospital where he was pronounced dead upon admission.

Police have also launched a manhunt for the suspect.

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CHIYANGWA WRANGLES WITH BABY MAMA

BUSINESSMAN Philip Chiyangwa’s quest for a maintenance
downward variation with his estranged wife has taken a new twist.

Chiyangwa, who sired two children aged 14 and 8 with Pamela
Rusere, was ordered to pay $40 000 per month, sometime in 2020.

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BUSINESSMAN Philip Chiyangwa’s quest for a maintenance downward variation with his estranged wife has taken a new twist. Chiyangwa, who sired two children aged 14 and 8 with Pamela Rusere, was ordered to pay $40 000 per month, sometime in 2020. In addition, he was ordered to pay R49 000 directly to a school in South Africa, for the children’s education. However, in April 2021, the businessman

China accuses Zimbabwean Western sponsored NGOs of xenophobia

China has accused some Zimbabwean non-governmental organisations of pushing a xenophobic agenda following protests against […]
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China has accused some Zimbabwean non-governmental organisations of pushing a xenophobic agenda following protests against [...]

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