MDC Ordered To Pay Sacked Employee $25k💰

Nelson Chamisa’s MDC is set to lose property worth $25 000 to a former employee who successfully sued the opposition party over unfair dismissal.

Alec Tabe petitioned the High Court demanding that his former employer pays him his money as well as damages for the loss of employment.

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Financiers Avail👍 $87m To Agriculture Sector

Local financiers have availed about $87,5 million in agricultural funding over the past six years, with over 500 000 smallholder farmers benefiting from the funds, the Zimbabwe Agricultural Development Trust (ZADT) has said.

Godfrey Chinoera, ZADT chief executive, said since the company’s inception in 2012, the organisation had …

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Zimra Officials👔 To Spend 27 Months In Prison⛓

Tendai Hombiro and Moses Nyango who were employed by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport have been sentenced to 27 months prison after they undercharged goods belonging to Eristinah Gumbo, wife of Minister of Energy and Power Development, Joram Gumbo.

The pair was found …

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Afreximbank Loans Zimbabwe🇿🇼 $500 Million💰

The African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) says it is finalising a $500 million loan facility for Zimbabwe, to help secure the foreign-currency starved southern African country’s imports.

Zimbabwe is experiencing a shortage of foreign currency, blamed mainly on a huge trade deficit caused by the collapse of its key …

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Chamisa: 🔈"Suspicious Vehicles Trailing Me"😯

Opposition MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa says he feels his life is under threat, with “suspicious vehicles” trailing his movements in what his party described as a serious violation to his right to personal security.

Chamisa has refused to accept the July 30 harmonised elections results despite losing a Constitutional …

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Zimbabwe🇿🇼 Court⚖ in Landmark Public Gatherings Ruling

Zimbabwe’s top court has scrapped a law that was routinely used by police to ban anti-government protests in a landmark ruling.

The Constitutional Court ruled that a section of the Public Order and Security Act (POSA) used by police to regulate public gatherings and demonstrations was unconstitutional.

Former President …

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