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Stiffer Penalties For Child Molesters: Chiwenga

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said government will enforce stiffer penalties for child abusers. This comes at a time the nation has witnessed an upsurge in child abuse cases. Recently a nine-year-old girl from Tsholotsho gave birth and became the second youngest mother in the world. Speaking during United Nations …

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President Tells The Young To Be Disciplined, Avoid Drugs

Young people should be disciplined, ambitious and avoid drugs in order to transform their communities and countries, while the adoption of science, innovation and technology will help developing countries to leapfrog and catch up with the developed world, President Mnangagwa has said. Speaking in a Heads of State panel discussion …

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Analysts Debate 2017 Coup Anniversary

On Thursday 17 November 2022, Sapes Trust run by academic and publisher Professor Ibbo Mandaza convened a webinar on Zoom, titled Back to the Future: A Review of the Post-November 2017 Coup in Zimbabwe. The webinar coincided with the commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the coup that is a …

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Foreign Investors Lose Millions In Sham Deals

In a fraudulent case which may dent Zimbabwe’s investment profile, a Netherlands Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) equipment manufacturing giant Euro LPG BV lost millions of United States dollars to a consortium of local business people. The fight over the investment has turned nasty with counter-legal actions playing out in this …

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Moyo, Zhuwao Issue Apology To ‘Zanu PF Comrades’

Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao and the late president’s former information tzar Jonathan Moyo have inched closer to rejoining Zanu PF after issuing a statement apologising to “comrade members” for backing the opposition. In an open letter to Zanu PF members, seen by ZimLive, the duo – ousted during a …

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