Pambuka, two friends convicted of fraud

FORMER television presenter Oscar Pambuka and his two friends were today convicted on charges of attempting to defraud a Harare-based transporter of R36 000 after misrepresenting to him that he was Mr Chingwena, Croco Motors director, and wanted advance money to pay for shipment of his motor spare parts in South Africa when they appeared at Mbare Magistrates Court.

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Form 3 pupil gives birth during lesson

A FORM 3 learner at Loreto High School in Kwekwe District, Midlands Province, shocked all and sundry when she delivered a baby in a classroom during a lesson. The 15-year-old pupil, who can not be named for ethical reasons, reportedly drew the attention of her classmates when she went into labour. Teachers and other children […]

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Jaison Muvevi wants to be in prison

ZTN Correspondent Suspected murderer Jaison Muvevi does not want to remain in police custody, opting to be in remand prison instead. His lawyer, Samson Dzingira, said investigators could always interview him there. Muvevi was at the Harare Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning, and detectives requested to spend three more days with him. Investigating Officer Detective […]

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Zimbabwe clinch T20I series after beating Ireland in decider

Ireland – 141-9 in 20 overs (Harry Tector 47, Curtis Campher 27, George Dockrell 23; Wessly Madhevere 2/8, Luke Jongwe 2/23, Tendai Chatara 2/26) Zimbabwe – 144-6 in 19 overs (Craig Ervine 54, Ryan Burl 30*, Innocent Kaia 23; Ben White 2/26, Barry McCarthy 2/32, Harry Tector 1/14) Zimbabwe won by four wickets A captain’s innings of […]

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Chivayo wins 22 million USD damages against ZPC

ZTN Correspondent Intratrek Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd and its managing director Wicknell Chivayo has won the US$22 million damages claim for breach and repudiation of contract against Zimbabwe Power Company. The judgement brings finality to a long-standing contractual dispute between the two companies over the interpretation and implementation of an agreement entered into on 23 October […]

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