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The late VP Joshua Nkomo Mkhululi Sibanda/Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Sunday News Reporters THE late Vice-President Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo was an avid Dynamos Football Club supporter who would always demand to be kept posted on the team’s fixtures, results and log standings, his former top security aide has revealed. ...

  Mr Dabengwa Vusumuzi Dube and Mashudu Mambo, Sunday News Reporters THE Bulawayo City Council will explore the option of selling residents’ properties to offset debts accumulated by households that are failing to settle their bills as the local authority continues to grapple with accumulating debts and low revenue inflows. ...

Dr Ignatious Chombo Harare Bureau ZANU-PF will not convene a “special” Politburo meeting on Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s alleged involvement in succession politics with no such intention being expressed at last week’s extraordinary indaba of the ruling party’s organ, it has emerged. ...

Vusumuzi Dube, Sunday News Reporter THE Government has introduced a new civil servants remuneration system that will see teachers, nurses and other health workers being paid or allocated resources through their specific programmes and sub-programmes with effect from July as part of a programme based budgeting which has now been adopted. ...

Harare Bureau THE Government is rolling out a cocktail of economic empowerment interventions to facilitate the integration of young people into mainstream economic activities and establish their position as the foundation of economic development, President Mugabe has said. ...

Sukoluhle Ndlovu, Midlands Correspondent A 79-year-old polygamist from Mberengwa is allegedly in the habit of forcing his first wife to watch him having sex with his two other wives before forcing her to wash their dirty panties after each session. ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter ZIMBABWE’S biggest port of entry, Beitbridge Border Post which borders the country with South Africa, risks being closed next week after workers in the neighbouring country’s Home Affairs Department, including immigration officers gave notice to go on strike and down tools over overtime pay. ...

Munyaradzi Musiiwa, Midlands Correspondent MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has inadvertently confirmed that opposition parties have succumbed to the pressure of the expectations of their Western sponsors to form a coalition as they continue to pursue their regime change agenda. ...

Loveness Mpofu, Sunday News Reporter A Bulawayo man on Thursday lost 200 000 rand and his car in a botched money exchange deal after he was lured to a house in North End suburb where the “deal” was supposed to take place but two robbers pounced on him and got away with the cash and the car, police confirmed yesterday. ...

Harare Bureau Zanu-PF has taken its 2018 harmonised election preparations a gear up with the setting of a special committee of senior officials to chart a winning strategy and message for the party, nearly a year before the vote is due. ...