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#AroundZimbabwe with @Bulawayo24News - (21 Jul 2016)

by iNdaba Ndaba
21 Jul 2016 at 10:07hrs | Views
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  • Zanu-PF youth threaten to deal with Mawarire

    21 Jul 2016 at 17:26hrs

    One of the Zanu PF protesters speaks about Pastor Evan Mawarire .... (Reuters)

  • Law Society of Zimbabwe has deregistered 11 lawyers

    21 Jul 2016 at 15:57hrs

    The Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) has deregistered 11 lawyers who were convicted of theft of trust property and other malpractices.

    Besides those deregistered, more than eight others have pending disciplinary hearings at the High Court.

    LSZ president Mrs Vimbai Nyemba says the organisation will continue to punish errant lawyers who bring the profession into disrepute

  • Zimbabwe 2016 Rio Olympic Games team unveiled

    21 Jul 2016 at 15:54hrs

    The Zimbabwe team to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games was on Wednesday evening unveiled during a fundraising dinner gala at a local hotel in the capital.

    The Rio 2016 team is biggest in Zimbabwe's history comprising 57 members of which 31 are athletes and 26 officials.

  • Court postpones Wicknell Chivayo hearing

    21 Jul 2016 at 15:51hrs

    The Supreme Court of appeal has ordered the Registrar of the court to reconstruct the record of young businessman Wicknell Chivayo who is appealing against his 2005 conviction and sentence.

    The court postponed the hearing of Chivayo who is challenging his conviction following an application by the prosecution.

  • Civil servants pay dates as announced

    21 Jul 2016 at 13:44hrs

    Civil servants salary dates as announced by Govt today. Health sector being paid before ZRP this time. #ThisFlag

  • Team Altezza Beitbridge in car crash

    21 Jul 2016 at 10:57hrs

  • Mawarire finally say Mugabe should 'rest'

    21 Jul 2016 at 10:16hrs

    In an interview in South Africa #ThisFlag Pastor Evan Mawarire said it is time for Mugabe to take a rest.