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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Sodomite pupil sent to reformatory

The Chronicle Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Gwanda CorrespondentA 16-YEAR-OLD Form Four pupil at Colleen Bawn High School who recently appeared in court for sodomising six children after...

Tsholotsho RDC suspends CEO again pending further probe

The Chronicle Esinathy Sibanda, Chronicle ReporterTSHOLOTSHO Rural District Council Chief Executive Officer, Mr Themba Moyo, has been suspended for the second time, without pay, pending...

JUST IN: Government warns rowdy protestors. . .social media abusers face arrest

The Chronicle Harare Bureau Government has warned members of the public against infringing on the rights of others by blocking roads and causing chaos by forcing...

Poison laced beer deaths. . .Court expels man over ‘4 killings’

The Chronicle Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls ReporterCHIEF Shana of Jambezi in Hwange has expelled a villager who the community accuses of killing four people by...

Barred bearded top school student sues

The Chronicle Daniel Nemukuyu, Harare BureauA St John’s College student who practises Islam and was barred from attending lessons after refusing to shave his beard...

Inquest for ‘murdered’ schoolboy

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle CorrespondentPOLICE have said an inquest will determine the course of action they would take regarding the death of a schoolboy...

President congratulates Tshisekedi

The Chronicle Tendai Rupapa, Harare BureauPresident Mnangagwa yesterday congratulated Democratic Republic of Congo president-elect Felix Antoine Tshisekedi on his victory in the presidential elections in...

‘Zimbabwe currency in 12 months’ …US$ as only legal tender is not currency reform:...

The Chronicle Kudakwashe Mhundwa and Princess NcubeFinance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube yesterday said the country will have its own currency within the...

Over 300 families’ homes razed to the ground

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili/Belinda Moyo, Chronicle ReportersMORE than 300 families who had illegally settled at Willsgrove Farm in Umguza District were left homeless after they...

Government sets record straight on fuel

The Chronicle Auxilia Katongomara, Chronicle ReporterGOVERNMENT has dismissed reports that fuel would be sold in foreign currency with bond notes and swipe being accepted using...
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