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Chirumanzu Zibagwe MP, Prosper Machando (Zanu PF) stunned the court early this week when he offered to pay ZWL$50 for the upkeep of a four-year-old child he sired with a Mvuma woman. Clara Taruberekera had dragged the MP to court claiming ZWL$800 for both her maintenance and that of the child. Machando, however, said he […]Continue Reading
WORLD
Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) Kenyan Member of Parliament, Rashid Kassim, has been arrested after being accused of causing “actual bodily harm” to his female colleague, the Kenyan Police Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) said. In a video circulating on social media, MP Fatuma Gedi said she was walking out of the Parliament in Nairobi Thursday morning, […]Continue Reading
News
MDC founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s daughter Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java has died from injuries sustained in an accident last month. Tsvangirai-Java who was  MDC Alliance Glenview  South MP was involved in a head on collision in Kwekwe with a vehicle driven by a soldier. Her party announced her death on Monday afternoon. “It is with a heavy […]Continue Reading
Opinion
  by Thomas Murisa Solely looking for academic persons and technocrats to fill key positions in government and parastatals has not helped our cause.  Some of the alumni are armchair ‘bosses’ not leaders who get directly seized by the otherwise surmountable problems inhibiting economic growth.  Indeed meetings are important for planning and Continue Reading
Courts
Mr Tafanana Zhou Member of Parliament for Mberengwa North Mr Tafanana Zhou is being sued for $30 000 by a local woman for allegedly breaching a promise to marry and “wasting” her time after allegedly breaking her virginity. The heart broken Mberengwa woman, Ms Henrietta Tafadzwa Chauke, through her lawyers Mugiya and Macharaga Law Chambers, […]Continue Reading
Courts Politics
Chiwundura MP Livingstone Chimina (MDC Alliance) was last Friday acquitted on charges of inciting violence. Gweru provincial magistrate Charity Maphosa ruled that the State had failed to provide enough evidence to prove claims that Chimina incited opposition supporters to participate in violent anti-government protests in January this year. Chimina’s lawyer, Brian Continue Reading