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Ex-UZ student leader in dock over wife murder

FORMER University of Zimbabwe (UZ) student leader Zivai Mhetu appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday on allegations of fatally assaulting his wife. BY DESMOND...

TM managers approach TIZ

THREE former TM Supermarket line managers have engaged Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) to probe the Supreme Court over delays in the release of a...

Cattle rustlers given long jail terms

TWO Beitbridge cattle rustlers, part of a syndicate of seven who operated makeshift bucket butcheries, have been jailed 18 years each, as Beitbridge Magistrates’...

Tongaat Hulett faces probe over bribery claims

Parliament has launched investigations into allegations that Zimbabwe’s leading sugar producer, Tongaat Hulett, has been bribing legislators with top-of-the-range vehicles in a bid to...

Zim Agric Society partners Zimplats in livestock programme

THE Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS), in partnership with Zimplats, has launched a livestock production programme dubbed Mining-Agriculture Interface, to improve rural livelihoods in light...

Zim seek winning momentum

Zimbabwe’s sweet revenge in the second of the five match one-day international series against Afghanistan in the United Arab Emirates, it sets up a...

Church founder jailed 23 years for raping minor

CHRISTIAN Apostolic Faith Church founder Abel Gapiti was yesterday sentenced to an effective 23-year jail term for raping his co-tenant’s teenage daughter on four...

Stop paying lip service to beneficiation

STAKEHOLDERS in the extractive sector have, since time immemorial, been calling on the government to beneficiate the country’s minerals resources for maximum returns, but...

ICT sector should adjust to industrial revolution

The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector should adjust to the swift industrial revolution prevailing in the sector, Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of...

Think like hackers, expert tells firms

DATA centre generators have to think like hackers in order to successfully fight cybercrimes and offer customer trustworthy service, an expert has said. BY NOKUTHABA...
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