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Mujuru woos war veterans

By Fungi Kwaramba Former vice president and now interim leader of the Zimbabwe People First (ZPF), Joice Mujuru, has unveiled a team of war veterans who will bolster her party’s activities ahead of the eagerly-anticipated 2018 national…
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ZBC fires more workers

HARARE - The struggling Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) on Saturday fired more workers with managers, newsreaders, journalists, engineers and internal security personnel all being targeted. It’s not clear how many workers…
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$25m looted from ZBC: audit

HARARE - The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation was prejudiced of close to $25 million by the previous board and management between 2009 and 2013, a forensic audit carried out by KPMG Chartered Accountants presented to Parliament yesterday…
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$7m scandal rocks ZBC

Three more top ZBC Holdings executives were on Monday suspended in a $7 million scandal unearthed by a government ordered forensic audit into the scam that rocked the public broadcaster at the end of last year.
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ZBC suspends top managers

The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation has instituted disciplinary proceedings against suspended CEO Happison Muchechetere and four members of his top executive management on allegations of misconduct which prejudiced the corporation of more…
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ZBC boss in $1m scandal

HARARE - Suspended Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive officer Happison Muchechetere is embroiled in a messy $1 million scandal in which he allegedly inflated the purchase price of a radio Outside Broadcasting (OB) van…
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ZIFA deny mass ban of match fixing players

HARARE- ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube has put the record straight on the mass suspension of players and revealed that only three footballers - Method Mwanjali, Thomas Sweswe and Nyasha Mushekwi - have been blacklisted from the Warriors ahead…
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Zimbabwe Warriors appeal for fair play

A cloud of suspicion continues to hover over tomorrow’s African Nations Cup qualifier between Liberia and Mali, which has a bearing on Zimbabwe’s quest to qualify for next year’s finals in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.
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