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2018-01-18 Govt Spy Killed During Coup, President Mnangagwa Knew - Moyo
[New Zimbabwe] Former Higher and Tertiary Education Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo, has claimed that a District Intelligence Officer (DIO) in the dreaded Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) was killed while others were raped during the November 15 coup which resulted in the ouster of former President Robert Mugabe.

2018-01-18 Thousands of Soldiers Deployed In Rural Areas - Opposition
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has deployed the army throughout the rural areas in a sinister move to scare villagers into voting Zanu PF, the MDC-T has said.

2018-01-17 Zimbabwean Family Still Stranded At Thailand Airport
[New Zimbabwe] A Zimbabwean family stuck for months at an airport in Thailand remain stranded there after their plight was revealed last December.

2018-01-17 Survive Poisoning, Be a Border Jumper - Mnangagwa's Tips On How to Become President
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe leader Emmerson Mnangagwa has offered "tips" on how to become president that include surviving a bout of poisoning and skipping the country in fear of your life.

2018-01-17 EU to Reconsider Mugabe Travel Ban in February
[New Zimbabwe] Former President Robert Mugabe will have to wait for the European Union (EU)'s annual meeting in February to know whether a travel ban issued against him will be lifted.

2018-01-17 Bond Notes Here to Stay Says Chinamasa
[The Source] Zimbabwe's surrogate bond note currency will remain in use until the economy recovers enough to sustain its own monetary unit, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

2018-01-17 Army 'On High Alert' Amid Grace Mugabe Ally Bloodshed Threats - Report
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's home affairs minister Obert Mpofu has reportedly said that the military and security sector is on high alert amid fears that supporters of former first lady Grace Mugabe could regroup outside the country in efforts to destabilise Zimbabwe.

2018-01-17 Govt to Lower Taxes
[The Herald] Government will soon lower tax brackets for various economic players as an incentive to encourage investment in the country and grow the tax base. Addressing Zimbabweans and investors in Namibia on Monday where he had accompanied President Mnangagwa on a working visit, Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa, conceded the country had a higher tax regime.

2018-01-17 Vendors Report Brisk Business for Adult Movies During Xmas
[263Chat] Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) and music vendors in the central business district of Harare made a killing during the festive season as adult content sold like hot buns, 263Chat can reveal.

2018-01-18 Star FM News Anchor Drags Abusive Husband to Court
[New Zimbabwe] StarFM news anchor, Yvonne Tivatye, on Monday dragged her husband to court on allegations of bashing her.

2018-01-17 Zim Scales Down Indigenous Law, Calls for Outside Investments
[New Era] Windhoek -Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday called for outside investments into Zimbabwe, saying the indigenisation law, once perceived as an impediment to outside investments, has been scaled down.

2018-01-17 School Term Shortened
[The Herald] THE first school term calendar, which in the past has been 13 weeks, has this year been shortened to 11 weeks. Schools opened on January 9 and will close on March 28, yet in the past schools used to close during the first week of April. The shortening of the school term was necessitated by the Easter holidays that start on March 30 ending on April 2. The second school term will start on May 9 and ends on August 9 while the third term will begin on September 11 and ends on December 6, both terms having 13 w

2018-01-17 Government, Ruling Party Must Stop Intimidation
[] The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) unreservedly condemns the statements by the Zanu-Pf National Commissar, Rtd. Lt. General Engelbert Rugeje in which he appeared to intimidate people during an address in Gutu in Masvingo province ahead of the 2018 elections.

2018-01-17 Mugabe's Ex-Deputy 'Doesn't Deserve Exit Package... He Deserted His Post', War Vets Claim
[News24Wire] Zimbabwean authorities have reportedly remained mum over the pension of former vice president Phelekezela Mphoko amid accusations by the country's war veterans that he deserted his government position.

2018-01-17 First Mutual Employee in Trouble Over Forged Academic Certificates
[New Zimbabwe] A HARARE woman gained employment at First Mutual Holdings where she worked as an insurance agent for eleven years after she submitted fake Ordinary Level certificates.

2018-01-17 Looters 'Have Returned Millions of Externalised Funds', Says New Leader
[News24Wire] Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly said that his call last year for the return of externalised funds is "being heeded and substantial millions" have been returned.

2018-01-17 FC Platinum Star Dumps Champions, Joins Zambian Side
[New Zimbabwe] FC Platinum creative midfielder Nqobizitha Masuku has left the reigning league champions to join ambitious Zambian side Buildcon Football Club.

2018-01-17 Mnangagwa Shares Tips On Becoming President
[Namibian] Zimbabwean president Emerson Mnangagwa left hundreds of Zimbabweans living in Namibia in stitches on Monday when he offered practical tips on how to become president of a country.

2018-01-17 Africans Handled Mugabe Ouster, No Western Countries Involved - Namibia President
[New Zimbabwe] Namibia President Hage Geingob says he is "pleased" that the Zimbabwe's leadership transition was handled by Africans without the involvement of "western countries", hinting at regional involvement in former President Robert Mugabe's ouster.

2018-01-17 Mnangagwa Foreign Travel Draws Comparisons With Mugabe Excesses
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has been travel-busy lately, making one-day trips to South Africa, Angola and Namibia, in just under a month.

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