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Harare Giants Dynamos Beef Up Board
[The Herald] HARARE giants Dynamos, seeking to revive their fortunes during the 2017 season, have strengthened their administrative structures by adding new faces to both their executive committee and the board of directors.
Rugby Union's Appointments Spark Controversy
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE Rugby Union's appointment of a new chief executive has torched controversy following a process that was flawed, with three people getting employed from the job interview.
Ethiopian Airline Sues Former Employee
[The Herald] Ethiopian Airlines has taken its former chief customer service agent to the Harare Civil Court for allegedly defrauding it of $1 500.
Minister Mahofa Seeks to Raise U.S.$4 Million to Construct Bridge
[The Herald] Minister of State for Masvingo Provincial Affairs Senator Shuvai Mahofa has challenged Government to allow the province to engage wildlife conservancies in the Lowveld to help in raising of $4 million for the construction of a bridge at Chilonga.
Govt Develops Diaspora Website
[The Herald] Zimbabwe is crafting a national diaspora website, aimed at facilitating the engagement and participation of citizens living out of the country in national development, the Ministry of Macro Economic Planning and Investment Promotion has said.
Mining Boss Gudyanga Ordered Unbudgeted Payments, Court Heard
[The Herald] Secretary for Mines and Mining Development Professor Francis Gudyanga ordered several unbudgeted payments from the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ), which he later disguised as dividends, the court heard yesterday.
Man Has Wrist Chopped Off By His Lover's Husband
[New Zimbabwe] A 40-year-old man from Nyajena communal lands had his left wrist chopped off by a man who accused him of bedding his wife, a local court heard Monday.
Tobacco Seed Sales Register 309% Increase
[The Herald] TOBACCO production is expected to increase during the 2017 /18 season with seed sales registering an increase of 309 percent on last year.
Ruling Party Acquires New Offices
[The Herald] Zanu-PF has acquired new properties in Harare for party archives and offices for the Women's League, among other administration offices, National Secretary for Administration Dr Ignatius Chombo (pictured right) has said.
Former National Airline Bosses' 7 Year Jail Terms Upheld
[The Herald] Former Air Zimbabwe bosses Peter Chikumba and Grace Pfumbidzayi will now effectively serve seven-year prison terms imposed on them for swindling the airline of $10 million after the High Court yesterday dismissed their appeals.
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