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Fill in Critical Vacant Posts, City Ordered
[The Herald] Government has ordered local authorities operating without substantive heads of department to fill in all critical vacant posts and to consult their parent ministry before making such appointments to avoid clashes on policy issues. Speaking at the Local Government Investment Conference held in Victoria Falls recently, Local Government, Public Works and National Housing permanent secretary Eng George Mlilo said councils should appoint substantive individuals as investors wanted to deal with permanent heads
All Set for Boxing Fiesta
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE National Army Boxing coach Steven Masiyambumbi has urged his pugilists to guard against complacency when they plunge into battle in this year's edition of the Zimbabwe National Championships scheduled for Shurugwi this Saturday.The tournament is set to attract more than 200 boxers from all the country's 10 provinces as well as the ZNA. In an interview yesterday, Masiyambumbi implored his boxers not to dwell much on their past performances as they could be shocked by upcoming fighters at this tourn
Zimpost Managing Director Leaves
[Financial Gazette] DOUGLAS Zimbango, the country's postal services utility managing director (MD), the Zimbabwe Post (Zimpost), has left after serving 10 years at the helm of the wholly government-owned company.
Zuma Expected in Harare for Trade Talks
[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -South African President Mr Jacob Zuma is expected here next Thursday to attend the inaugural session of the Bi-National Commission where Zimbabwe and South Africa are set to discuss trade, investment, energy, tourism, water, health, regional and global developments. The Bi-National Commission would be jointly chaired by President Mugabe and Mr Zuma. President Zuma leads a delegation of eight Cabinet ministers and a number of agreements are expected to be signed at the conclusion of the meeting. The BNC was
PSL Summons Mapeza and Murape
[Financial Gazette] TITLE chasing FC Platinum's head coach Norman Mapeza and Dynamos' assistant coach Murape Murape have been summoned by the Premier Soccer League to appear before a disciplinary committee following incidents of misconduct being leveled against the duo.
Top Companies Promotes Transparency
[Financial Gazette] THE Top Companies Survey has been influential in promoting good corporate governance practices and transparency among listed firms, the Financial Gazette's chief executive officer, Jacob Chisese has said.
Face to Face With Judge Extraordinaire
[Financial Gazette] "SO what?" a bemused Bulawayo High Court judge, Justice Nicholas Mathonsi, asked in a recent court ruling in which he ordered the Midlands State University to re-instate three students who had been slapped with an indefinite suspension for alleged "crime" of using the social media to mobilise fellow students to protest against the institution's decision to open a satellite campus in Zvishavane -- 120 kilometres away from the main campus in Gweru -- without consulting them.
Partisan Food Distribution Alarms WFP
[Financial Gazette] THE World Food Programme (WFP) has received more than 1 000 complaints relating to the partisan distribution of food aid across the country, opening the lid on the extent of the scourge being committed by the ruling ZANU-PF party.
Masvingo Raises U.S.$52 000 for Ruling Party Conference
[The Herald] Masvingo -Zanu-PF Masvingo Province has surpassed its provincial cash target for the forthcoming 16th Annual National People's Conference after raising $52 000 through donations from individuals and companies. The province had set a target to raise $50 000 for the ruling party's indaba. Besides surpassing the cash target, Masvingo has also managed to raise a record 52 live beasts to feed delegates at the conference.
Mugabe Bomb Plot Suspects Apply for Remand Refusal
[The Herald] Four men, including jailed Zimbabwe People's Front president Owen Kuchata, suspected of plotting to bomb the First Family's dairy farm in Mazowe yesterday refused further remand following the State's failure to indict them for trial at the High Court. Kuchata is serving nine years for banditry and money laundering.In their application for refusal of further remand the quartet said State was trampling on their constitutional right to a fair and public trial.
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