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Fourth pupil vanishes in Emganwini

Fourth pupil vanishes in Emganwini (Pictures by The Chronicle)
by admin - 1 July 2015

By Bulisile Mguni and Whinsley Masara POLICE in Bulawayo are cracking their heads as they try to solve a cryptic puzzle where school pupils disappeared mostly in Emganwini and Nkulumane on a monthly basis for a period stretching from February to May. Fourth pupil vanishes in Emganwini (Pictures by The Chronicle) Yesterday,...

Politics

Gideon Gono’s house goes up in flames

Gideon Gono’s house goes up in flames

We are getting reports that a house belonging to former Reserve Bank Governor Gideon Gono went up in flames on Wednesday afternoon after an electrical fault. Gideon Gono’s house goes up in flames (Picture by NewsDay) Local daily newspaper NewsDay reports that the house caught fire after an electrical fault that affected a pylon metres from the house. According to the report “the manager...

Business

Bonyongwe appointed Zimra chairperson

Willia Bonyongwe

By Kudzai Chawafambira HARARE – Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa on Monday appointed Willia Bonyongwe as the new Zimbabwe Revenue Authority chairperson with immediate effect. Willia Bonyongwe Bonyongwe, who takes over from prominent lawyer Sternford Moyo, will be deputised by town planning consultant, Percy Toriro. Other members of the board include Nation Madongorere, Moffat Nyoni, Arnold...

Opinion

Time to act on Chiri’s reports

Conrad Nyamutata

By Conrad Nyamutata No society is perfect. Even the strident critics of Zimbabwe under the Zanu PF regime do not and cannot claim infallibility. Conrad Nyamutata America, Britain, Australia, Canada — you name them, are imperfect in all spheres of life, political or social. In the US, we can retreat as far as the Watergate scandal. Of late, white policemen have been gunning down predominantly black...

Local

Fourth pupil vanishes in Emganwini

Fourth pupil vanishes in Emganwini (Pictures by The Chronicle)

By Bulisile Mguni and Whinsley Masara POLICE in Bulawayo are cracking their heads as they try to solve a cryptic puzzle where school pupils disappeared mostly in Emganwini and Nkulumane on a monthly basis for a period stretching from February to May. Fourth pupil vanishes in Emganwini (Pictures by The Chronicle) Yesterday, The Chronicle published the story of three pupils that went missing in the...

Diaspora

Fund raising for Hohodza band member body repatriation

Simba Mudzingwa the family man

Members of the Zimbabwean community in the United Kingdom are fund raising to help meet the costs of repatriating the body of the late traditional musician Simbarashe Mudzingwa, who died on Friday. Simba Mudzingwa the family man According to his former wife, Mudzingwa died in hospital in Swansea after suffering from an undisclosed illness. Friends have since started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money...

International

French soldiers suspended over Burkina child sex claims

French troops have been accused of child abuse in CAR and Burkina Faso

France has suspended two of its soldiers over allegations they sexually abused children in Burkina Faso. French troops have been accused of child abuse in CAR and Burkina Faso One of the alleged victims was a five-year-old girl whose father found a camera containing images of his daughter being sexually abused, report AFP news agency. It comes after another abuse scandal involving French soldiers. A...

Showbiz

Bethany ventures into farming

Bethany Pasinawako

HARARE – Gospel artiste Bethany Pasinawako-Ngolomi and her husband Lyton have ventured into farming in a bid to raise funds to assist six orphans who are part of the Xtreme Afrique choir that they lead. Bethany Pasinawako The 25-member Xtreme Afrique launched its debut DVD titled Tomuziva Nenyasha Volume 1 at the Meikles Hotel a couple of months ago where Lyton’s mother Evelyn Ngolomi gave...

Sports

DeMbare feel Gadzikwa turned into scapegoat

IN THE EYE OF THE STORM . . . Assistant referee Bongani Gadzikwa (left) and fellow match officials follow match commissioner Lovemore Marange as he leads the referees and teams onto the pitch just before Sunday’s epic clash between Dynamos and Highlanders

By Mbachi Mutukula-Maregere and Eddie Chikamhi HARARE – Premiership giants Dynamos feel Bongani Gadzikwa is a scapegoat after he was suspended for the wrong call he made during their clash with Highlanders on Sunday. IN THE EYE OF THE STORM . . . Assistant referee Bongani Gadzikwa (left) and fellow match officials follow match commissioner Lovemore Marange as he leads the referees and teams...