NETONE BOSS REINSTATED, SACKED 24 HOURS LATER

NetOne chief executive officer Mr Lazarus Muchenje’s
turbulent tenure at the helm of the State-owned mobile telecommunications
company ended dramatically yesterday after he was fired barely 24 hours after
he was reinstated to the position.

Mr Much…

NetOne chief executive officer Mr Lazarus Muchenje’s turbulent tenure at the helm of the State-owned mobile telecommunications company ended dramatically yesterday after he was fired barely 24 hours after he was reinstated to the position. Mr Muchenje, who was suspended earlier this year, to pave way for investigations into suspected criminal abuse of office and fraud, was notified of the

ED WARNS WESTERN EMBASSIES : STOP IT

President Mnangagwa has warned rogue non-governmental
organisations (NGOs), trade unions, churches and some foreign embassies against
destabilising prevailing peace, unity and harmony through dabbling in politics,
saying the ruling party will not all…

President Mnangagwa has warned rogue non-governmental organisations (NGOs), trade unions, churches and some foreign embassies against destabilising prevailing peace, unity and harmony through dabbling in politics, saying the ruling party will not allow such conduct. In his address to the Zanu PF Ordinary Session of the Politburo meeting, at the Revolutionary Party’s headquarters in Harare

TWO ZIMBAS KILLED IN BOTSWANA

POLICE in Plumtree have raised concern over the
ill-treatment of Zimbabweans in Botswana with two people having been killed in
the neighbouring country recently.

There have been complaints in the past over the
ill-treatment of locals who are resid…

POLICE in Plumtree have raised concern over the ill-treatment of Zimbabweans in Botswana with two people having been killed in the neighbouring country recently. There have been complaints in the past over the ill-treatment of locals who are resident in or when they travel to Botswana, including being subjected to corporal punishment. Acting officer commanding Bulilima and Mangwe

HUGE TEST FOR CHAMISA IN BYO

MDC- Alliance is facing a revolt in Bulawayo with reports
that some councillors and legislators want to join acting MDC-T leader Dr
Thokozani Khupe.

According to insiders, the councillors and MPs, fearing a
recall by Dr Khupe, are advocating for a…

MDC- Alliance is facing a revolt in Bulawayo with reports that some councillors and legislators want to join acting MDC-T leader Dr Thokozani Khupe. According to insiders, the councillors and MPs, fearing a recall by Dr Khupe, are advocating for a settlement between Dr Khupe and their leader Mr Nelson Chamisa failure to which they would join the former deputy Prime Minister. The

MAI TITI HIT WITH DEFAMATION LAWSUIT

MUSICIAN Felistas Murata popularly known as Mai Titi has
been hit with a $500 000 defamation lawsuit after labelling interior design
businesswoman Memory Muyaka a prostitute, witch and gossiper through Facebook
broadcasts.

Muyaka who is a director…

MUSICIAN Felistas Murata popularly known as Mai Titi has been hit with a $500 000 defamation lawsuit after labelling interior design businesswoman Memory Muyaka a prostitute, witch and gossiper through Facebook broadcasts. Muyaka who is a director and shareholder of Khloe’s Home and Décor (Pvt) Ltd wants the $500 000 and interest at the prescribed rate to the date of full payment if the

ZANU PF BIGWIGS LINKED TO JULY 31 DEMO

IN A surprising development, expelled former Zanu PF youth
leader Godfrey Tsenengamu, pictured, has sensationally claimed that some ruling
party bigwigs are involved in the organisation of the planned July 31 mass
protests against the government, the…

IN A surprising development, expelled former Zanu PF youth leader Godfrey Tsenengamu, pictured, has sensationally claimed that some ruling party bigwigs are involved in the organisation of the planned July 31 mass protests against the government, the Daily News reports. This comes as Zanu PF is once again beset with ugly factional, tribal and succession wars — which split the former

SUSPENDED RG’S APPLICATION DISMISSED

Suspended Registrar-General Clemence Masango today lost his
bid to have his bail conditions varied after the court noted that there were no
changed circumstances from the day he was granted bail.

Harare regional magistrate Mr Trinos Utahwashe note…

Suspended Registrar-General Clemence Masango today lost his bid to have his bail conditions varied after the court noted that there were no changed circumstances from the day he was granted bail. Harare regional magistrate Mr Trinos Utahwashe noted that Masango’s application had no merits. Masango wanted to be allowed to travel to his farm to monitor operations saying agriculture was his