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CIO Director Killed In Fatal Car Crash Was Grace Mugabe’s Top Agent ...

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe could have inadvertently let the cat out of the bag, when she revealed that when President Robert Mugabe (pictured) was taken ill and had diarrhoea for two weeks, he called for Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi, a revelation that is likely to shake the political scene, as this could imply he is the preferred successor. ...

President Robert Mugabe says he is considering a leadership reshuffle in Masvingo province following the unabated factional and tribal wars within his Zanu PF party. ...

THE Zimbabwe National Liberations War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) has vowed to resist Zanu PF attempts to dissolve the Christopher Mutsvangwa-led executive, saying the ruling party had no legal grounds to dictate how the association was run. ...

PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader, Walter Magaya yesterday pledged to build at least 200 modern houses, a clinic and school for the “neglected” people of Doma in the remote parts of Mashonaland Central province, after he was touched by their plight. ...

“Zec needs a clear reminder that Harare is not Zimbabwe and they really need to improve going forward.” ...

THE Midlands State University (MSU) has admitted that it is sustaining most of its operations from income generated from the late Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith’s Gwenoro Farm, ...

FARMERS in Mwenezi and Beitbridge districts have resorted to primitive methods to fight a ravaging foot and mouth disease (FMD) outbreak in the absence of modern vaccines. ...

LUPANE residents have threatened to petition the Lupane Local Board (LLB) today challenging the appointment of “outsiders” as caretaker commissioners of the local authority. ...

TWO Harare lovebirds were on Friday charged with criminal nuisance after they were allegedly caught having sex at a public place at the corner of Chinhoyi Street and Kwame Nkrumah Avenue. ...

POLICE in Marondera have launched a manhunt for two suspected armed robbers, who stormed an Apostolic Faith Mission Church yesterday morning and got away with musical instruments after killing a security guard manning the premises. ...

AIR Zimbabwe’s proposal to wet lease Malaysia Airlines planes is in limbo despite senior government officials and the national carrier’s senior executives frequent sojourns into the Far East country to wrap up the deal, as it emerges financing is the major handicap. ...

The South African government has extended a special programme granting about 200 000 Zimbabweans permission to live, work and study in the country for four years. ...

as ordered new voter registration in all wards across the country starting from September 14 and ending on January 15 next year. ...

Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNWLVA) chairperson, Chris Mutsvangwa yesterday claimed the wife of one Cabinet minister recently confronted him, accusing him of working with expelled Zanu PF member Energy Mutodi to soil her husband’s reputation. ...

MANY intersex people in Zimbabwe suffer stigma because of their condition, which presents a very unusual problem, as they cannot be strictly classified either as male or female biologically. ...

SIBOTSHIWE Moyo (30) smiles as Chinese ambassador to Zimbabwe, Huang Ping lays a stone at the foundation of the weir bridge that is currently under construction across Shauke River in rural Zvishavane. ...

A SUSPECTED Zanu PF activist, who was part of a group that allegedly destroyed the homestead of village head, Ernest Nxumalo in Shangani’s Fort Rixon area, has appeared in court facing charges for assaulting the traditional leader’s 13-year-old nephew. ...