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PROMINENT Mutare businessman, Ernest Mungwari, has been arrested by the police together with another businesswoman on allegations of obstructing cops and Zimra officials from confiscating goods that had been smuggled into the country.
manicapost.co.zw PROMINENT Mutare businessman, Ernest Mungwari, has been arrested by the police together with another businesswoman on allegations of obstructing cops and Zimra officials from confiscating goods that had been smuggled into the country.
The President of Zimbabwe Cde Mnangagwa has just announced that "It is with the utmost sadness that I announce the passing on of Zimbabwe's founding father and former President, Cde Robert Mugabe Cde Mugabe was an icon of liberation, a pan-Africanist who dedicated his life to the emancipation and empowerment of his people. His contribution to the history of our nation and continent will never be forgotten. May his soul rest in eternal peace"
A DEPUTY director in the Ministry of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development who is accused of stealing Cyclone Idai donations worth $3 000 wept in court uncontrollably
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THE Anglican Diocese of Manicaland Bishop Eric Ruwona has revealed that Anglican schools in the province will adopt Grade 7, Form 4 and 6 student survivors of Clyclone Idai in Chimanimani and Chipinge. Bishop Ruwona said the student adoption plan is not an idea that needs further thinking about.
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ST Charles Luwanga students and officials have been rescued and two buses have been sourced to ferry them from Silvestream in Chimanimani to Chipinge this afternoon. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Mutare Bishop’s secretary Father Sherpard Munaro, who was with the kids when contacted by The Manica Post, said a third bus was on standby on the other side of the Chipinge-Tanganda route, waiting receive and ferry them to Mutare.
The first batch of the students is expected in Mutare by 6pm.“I am at Silverstream with the students and officials from St Charles Luwanga – 171 are students and 12 are members of staff. They are all in good mood, apart from the anxiety of wanting to go home and be with their loved ones after their ordeal. Two students were injured and currently in hospital. A few students had lacerations and were bleeding, but generally all of them are in good spirits.
“We have secured two buses from Gaza Primary School and Matione Primary School that are carrying the students to Chipinge where they are expected take a shower and have a meal before proceeding to Mutare. The third bus is on stand-by on the other side Chipinge-Tanganda Road to receive the children at that point where the road gave in, and take them to Mutare,” said
ZIMRA is overwhelmed by impounded smuggled goods that are piling and taking up space at three warehouses in Mutare.
manicapost.co.zw ZIMRA is overwhelmed by impounded smuggled goods that are piling and taking up space at three warehouses in Mutare.
manicapost.co.zw THE Government-funded second phase of the Tanganda-Ngundu Highway construction works are in full swing and upon completion in six weeks will provide much needed economic stimulus, improve safety and traffic flow.
Zimbabwe Superstar Tuku dies,although there is yet to be an official statement sources said Tuku died this afternoon at the Avenues Clinic Harare.
TWO Rusape brothers who trapped and brutally killed a man suspected of having an extra-marital affair with one of the duo’s wife have been arrested and charged with murder.
Uedwick (27) and Victor Wafawarova, both of Silverbow suburb in Rusape, allegedly murdered Canaan Nyamombe, also of the same suburb, on December 27, 2018.
The incident came about after Uedwick allegedly used his wife Vimbai Jonasi’s mobile phone to wire a text message inviting Nyamombe to ‘‘her house’’.
manicapost.co.zw Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent TWO Rusape brothers who trapped and brutally killed a man suspected of having an extra-marital affair with
A NOTORIOUS five-member gang of Mozambican armed robbers who broke into several houses and r***d women on 21 different occasions in Mutare’s low-suburbs used juju to try and evade arrest and foil dog tracking each time they made a hit.
manicapost.co.zw Abel Zhakata Senior Crime Reporter A NOTORIOUS five-member gang of Mozambican armed robbers who broke into several houses and r***d women on 21
manicapost.co.zw Ray Bande Senior Reporter SEVENTH Day Adventist emissaries who were on a door-to-door bible teaching outing were last Thursday left scurrying fo
manicapost.co.zw Ray Bande Senior Reporter THE Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has suspended 40 employees in an intense crackdown meant to halt ramp
manicapost.co.zw Ray Bande Senior Reporter MANICA Diamonds FC became the first team to unveil the greater part of the contingent of players they intend to use, a
manicapost.co.zw Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent A DANGAMVURA man who r***d his live-in girlfriend’s two minor daughter (11 and 8-year-olds) and tried to s
THE Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has intensified diamond mining by spreading its tentacles from Chiadzwa to Murazvu Village A adjacent to Wengezi, along the Mutare-Masvingo highway, where evaluation and exploration works are in full throttle.-http://manicapost.co.zw/diamond-exploration-starts-along-highway/
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The Commission of Enquiry into the post-election violence that rocked the country on August 1 will hold public hearings on Saturday at Golden Peacock in Mutare.
Secretary to the Commission of Enquiry Mrs Virginia Mabiza said members of the public, political and opinion leaders were also free to attend the hearings.
The hearings starts at 10am.
Mrs Mabiza advised people who wish to give their testimonies during the hearings to submit their details to the commission's secretariat starting on Tuesday at Golden Peacock.
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herald.co.zw President Mnangagwa has proclaimed July 30 as the date for the harmonised election to choose the President, National Assembly members and Councillors.
A HONDE Valley man, who is being troubled by the avenging spirits of people he murdered for ritual purposes together with 11 accomplices, has opened up on how the ruthless gang trailed unsuspecting victims whose body parts they sold to four businessmen in the area.
A 34-year-old woman from Mutare’s Hobhouse high-density suburb was slapped with a five-year jail term last week after she was found in possession of 20 pieces of diamonds worth a paltry $10.
manicapost.co.zw Wimbainshe Zhakata Post Correspondent A 34-year-old woman from Mutare’s Hobhouse high-density suburb was slapped with a five-year jail term la
VILLAGERS in Chipinge’s Manesa area were left shaken last Wednesday following the discovery of the body of a man believed to have been murdered for ritual purposes.
The co**se, which was in an advanced state of decomposition, and had some body parts missing, was discovered by herdsmen near Chiororo Tavern.
Chipinge criminal investigations department spokesman, Detective Assistant Inspector Daniel Chimhini confirmed the murder.
He said investigations were in progress.
“The deceased, Trymore Muchini, was last seen in November 2017 at Tanganda Halt bound for South Africa by his brother, Artwell Muchini (44) of Manesa Village in Chief Mutema’s area. Sometime in February 2018, the now deceased phoned Artwell using a South African line indicating that he was well.
“On March 14 at about 12pm, Munashe Sithole (13) of the same village was herding cattle when he came across a dead body.
“He rushed home and alerted other villagers who then made a report at Mutema Police Post under RRB 344096,’’ he said.
On March 16 detectives attended the scene. A set of tyre marks were observed about ten metres from the deceased body a sign which indicated that the was dumped at the scene.
Detective Assistant Inspector Chimhini said no arrests had been made as yet.
He appealed to members of the public to provide information which will help them in bringing to book the culprits.
Villagers have since taken precautionary measures to protect their families with some even escorting their children to school as cases of ritual murder rise.
Two people died on the spot , while two others were seriously injured after a Mutare City traffic enforcement truck veered off the road and hit a tree during a high speed chase with a Chipinge-bound commuter omnibus.
manicapost.co.zw Liberty Dube Entertainment Correspondent THE parents of Welling Mabhiza (29) who “wed” popular Sakubva socialite Mbuya Sauti (57) last week
Local celebrity Mbuya Sauti exit the Manica Post building after an interview with Diamond FM Tnash and Dylan on THE WAKE UP CALL.
A huge crowd gathers outside the Diamond FM studios to recieve Mbuya Sauti and her hubby SamaBhiza after their interview on Diamond FM.
57 year old Mbuya Sauti and her new hubby 28 year old SaMabhiza share their story on the Wake Up Call
Mbuya Sauti proves to be SWEET, after she recently weds a man 28 years her junior.
manicapost.co.zw Liberty Dube Weekender Correspondent FIFTY-SEVEN year old popular Sakubva socialite, Sophie Masikuka, popularly known as Mbuya Sauti, pulled a s
manicapost.co.zw Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter A Teacher at Pafiwa Secondary School has been hauled before the courts on allegations of ra**ng a 12-year-old Grade
manicapost.co.zw Ray Bande Senior Reporter A MUTARE woman says she gave birth to a baby boy, but left Mutare Provincial Hospital maternity ward with a girl child
manicapost.co.zw Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter A SENIOR agronomist in Manicaland has expressed pessimism that the rains received starting on Wednesday will do
manicapost.co.zw Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent A NYANGA woman has been hauled before the courts for contravening the Precious Stones Trade Act after she wa
A young Nigerian Artist has sparked a huge sensation on social media in that country with his art works. 35-year-old Olumide Oresegun's paintings are so life-like that people are now comparing some of his paintings to that of the famous Italian polymath, Leonardo da Vinci. CCTV's Deji Badmus went to check things out for himself at Olumide's art studio in the outskirt of Lagos and brings us this report
KASUKUWERE UNDER PROBE:22 INDUSTRIAL STANDS IN MUTARE AT HEART OF INVESTIGATION
manicapost.co.zw Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter --- ZIMBABWE Anti Corruption Commission investigators are probing how former Zanu-PF national political commissar M