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Bus Crew Member Found With 16 Stamped Passports

BEITBRIDGE-A Zimbabwean bus crew member has been arrested after South African Revenue Service scanner officials found him in possession of 16 Zimbabwean passports which had ... Full story

Police 'Closing In' On Grace In Ivory Probe

HARARE - Zimbabwean police investigating an ivory-smuggling racket will soon question former first lady Grace Mugabe, who is accused of arranging shipments abroad, a government-owned ... Full story

Police Block Pro-Electoral Reforms March

CIVIL society organisations under the banner of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) intending to march and petition Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and Justice ministry were ... Full story

Seven perish in Rutenga car crash

SEVEN people died in a road accident last night when a Mazda MPV vehicle and a Tombs bus trailer collided in Rutenga close to Avunga ... Full story

Govt Not Responsible For Security In Bob's Private Businesses: Mpofu

HOME Affairs minister Obert Mpofu has said it is the responsibility of the former First Family to provide security for its private assets, but said ... Full story

ED Meets Chinese President Xi Jinping

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa met with his host and counterpart President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, on Tuesday. President Mnangagwa ... Full story

Woman Turns Habitual Ecocash Money Thief

MASVINGO – Neria Gatsi (22) of Mucheke B in Masvingo has become a regular guest at the local magistrates' courts for stealing money through electronic ... Full story

Grace Lied About Makorokoza Farm Invasion: Mpofu

GOVERNMENT has dismissed claims by former First Lady Grace Mugabe that gold panners had invaded her citrus farm in Mazowe, saying instead, she was embroiled ... Full story

War Vets Seek Sibanda, Gumbo, Mutasa Redmission

WAR veterans have recommended the readmission of Rugare Gumbo, Didymus Mutasa, Jabulani Sibanda and other veterans of the armed struggle who were either suspended or ... Full story

Soldiers Demand 'Free Sex' From Prostitutes As Reward For Ousting Mugabe

ZIMBABWEAN soldiers are reportedly demanding free sex from sex workers saying this was to show appreciation for their role in ousting former president Robert Mugabe, ... Full story

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