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Nestle Zimbabwe embarked on a retrenchment exercise

Multi-national food and drink company, Nestle Zimbabwe, has embarked on a retrenchment exercise, as part of the company’s “business optimisation activities”. The exercise, which was voluntary, saw more than 20 workers exiting the company, which employs more than a 100. “Despite...

JUST IN: $200 fine or two months in prison for Fungisai who pleaded guilty to...

Musician Fungisai Zvakavapano was today fined $200 for negligent driving. Zvakavapano (36) caused a road traffic accident when she drove too close to a vehicle in front of hers and failed to manoeuvre while overtaking. She hit another vehicle on the outer...

Maid in trouble after being caught forcing her employer's child to c aress her privates

A MAID employed by a Hwange family appeared in court yesterday on allegations of forcing her employer’s five-year-old daughter to c aress her privates for se xual pleasure. This was heard when Petronela Mathabisa Ncube (20) of DRC, Empumalanga, appeared before Hwange...

MDC-T Vice President speaks on the airlifting of leaders to medical institutions outside the country...

MDC-T vice President Nelson Nehemiah Chamisa has mocked the Zanu PF government for seemingly to be satisfied that leaders when they get sick they are airlifted to medical institutions outside the country because the local health institutions are in a sorry state. ...

Tsvangirai's government to repeal Mugabe's indigenisation law

Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC says it will repeal a law to force the transfer of foreign-owned firms to local ownership if it wins power in the 2018 elections. MDC shadow Finance minister Tapiwa Mashakada said the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act has eroded...

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