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College head threatens journo with death

via College head threatens journo with death – NewsDay Zimbabwe March 5, 2015 ROCKLAND College’s principal director McDonald Makondesa yesterday threatened NewsDay reporter Winstone Antonio with death for seeking comment on allegations that the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (Zimsec) has

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Comment: Does BAZ have any sense of shame?

via Comment: Does BAZ have any sense of shame? – NewsDay Zimbabwe March 5, 2015 The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) this week announced five companies that it awarded commercial radio licences to broadcast in eight selected urban centres following

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Outcry over new radio licences

via Outcry over new radio licences – NewsDay Zimbabwe March 5, 2015 by Moses Matenga MEDIA organisations yesterday said there was no transparency in the manner in which radio licences were issued by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ), with

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Mugabe too old to lead: Mutasa

via Mugabe too old to lead: Mutasa – NewsDay Zimbabwe March 5, 2015 by Moses Matenga/ Everson Mushava PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s advanced age, the unresolved succession issue and the meteoric rise of First Lady Grace have been cited as major

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Ex-Airzim CEO blames co-accused

via Ex-Airzim CEO blames co-accused | The Herald March 5, 2015 by Tendai Rupapa Former Air Zimbabwe Holdings (Pvt) Ltd group CEO Peter Chikumba yesterday distanced himself from the appointment of Navistar Insurance Brokers (Private) Limited and blamed his co-accused

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Devolution dispute spills into court

via Devolution dispute spills into court | The Herald March 5, 2015 by Fidelis Munyoro The Constitutional Court yesterday allowed the State to file opposing papers to the case of Lobengula legislator Samuel Sipepa-Nkomo, who is seeking an order forcing

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‘Firms not obliged to register with NECs’

via ‘Firms not obliged to register with NECs’ | The Herald March 5, 2015 by Daniel Nemukuyu The High Court has ruled that companies are not obliged to register or pay levies to National Employment Councils, a development that is

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Headline news 5 March, 2015

Econet bails out govt with US$30m Spies arrested at Mujuru farm Dry spell to persist in southern areas: Met ‘$5bn for roads rehabilitation conservative’ Devolution Test Case For ConCourt Judges I was a brutal Zanu PF enforcer, Mutasa Pro-Mujuru oil

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Econet bails out govt with US$30m

via Econet bails out govt with US$30m – The Zimbabwe Independent March 4, 2015 by Kudzai Kuwaza/Victoria Mtomba DIVERSIFIED telecommunications group Econet Wireless Zimbabwe effectively gave the cash-strapped government a US$30 million facility last year to pay civil servants salaries

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Spies arrested at Mujuru farm

via Spies arrested at Mujuru farm – DailyNews Live 4 March 2015 by Fungi Kwaramba HARARE – As the savage assault on former vice president Joice Mujuru and her perceived allies intensifies and gets dirtier, six people, two of them 

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Dry spell to persist in southern areas: Met

via Dry spell to persist in southern areas: Met | The Herald March 4, 2015 Dry weather conditions are expected to continue in the southern parts of the country for the next week, the Meteorological Services Department has said. Little rainfall

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‘$5bn for roads rehabilitation conservative’

via ‘$5bn for roads rehabilitation conservative’ – DailyNews Live 4 March 2015 HARARE – Zimbabwe’s $5 billion budget for road construction and rehabilitation is a “conservative figure”, given the $1 million per-kilometre cost of building highways, analysts say. This comes

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Devolution Test Case For ConCourt Judges

via RadioVop Zimbabwe – Devolution Test Case For ConCourt Judges 03 March 2015 Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court judges will on Wednesday preside over a test case in which Lobengula legislator and former cabinet Minister Samuel Sipepa Nkomo wants the government to

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I was a brutal Zanu PF enforcer, Mutasa

via I was a brutal Zanu PF enforcer, Mutasa- NewZimbabwe 03 March 2015 DEPOSED Zanu PF secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa, has admitted that he was a “brutal member” of President Robert Mugabe’s regime for 35 years. The former presidential

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Pro-Mujuru oil tycoon hits hard times

via Pro-Mujuru oil tycoon hits hard times – NewZimbabwe 03 March 2015 ZANU PF-linked businessman, Kuda Tagwirei, has fallen on hard times with workers at his companies reportedly going for months without salaries while financial institutions are hustling him over

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