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President Mugabe, First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe, with members of the First Family share a lighter moment as they prepare to cut the President’s birthday cake which was shaped like the Matobo Hills during celebrations to mark his 93rd birthday in Matobo, Matabeleland South Province yesterday Vincent Gono/Levi Mukarati/ Nduduzo  Tshuma, Sunday News Reporters PRESIDENT Mugabe...

Godfrey Chidyausiku Harare Bureau The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) is said to be investigating outgoing Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku for criminal abuse of office after he appointed retired Justice Vernanda Ziyambi to the Supreme Court bench to hear a case in which he was an interested party. ...

Vusumuzi Dube, Municipal Reporter A week after a Bulawayo building that housed popular fast food outlet Nando’s collapsed and killed one person, it has emerged that 35 more buildings in the city were condemned and need urgent attention to avert similar incidents. ...

Sunday News Reporters BULAWAYO could have kissed water problems goodbye after it emerged that three of its supply dams, Upper Ncema, Mtshabezi and Insiza Mayfair were now spilling following incessant rains that pounded Matabeleland South on Friday due to a tropical depression. ...

Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter THE Government has secured 70 iris recognition scanners that will be installed at all the country’s major ports of entry and will see all travellers having their eyes scanned to allow the biometric system to authenticate information on their passports. ...

residentre Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Mugabe says he will not handpick his successor, pointing out that in any case, evidence on the ground indicated that the majority of Zimbabweans did not feel there was an acceptable candidate at present. ...

Joice Mujuru Harare Bureau ZIMBABWE People First leader Dr Joice Mujuru fell out with her lieutenants over her failure to account for membership subscriptions and funds donated to the party by foreign elements, our Harare Bureau has gathered. ...

Vusumuzi Dube, Sunday News Reporter THE Bulawayo City Council spent US$118 000 in buying a top-of the-range vehicle for its Mayor, Councillor Martin Moyo. ...

Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter THE teaching of Mathematics and Science in local languages will only be confined to infant classes, while junior grades going up will be taught the subjects in English language, the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has clarified. ...

Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter PARLIAMENT has recommended to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development that all cars must be inspected yearly at a cost of $50 per unit, as part of the commercialisation of the Vehicle Inspectorate Department meant to raise $126 million annually. ...