The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (Zetdc) has taken the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) to the High Court after the latter allegedly failed to settle a $385 955,56 electricity bill.
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THE Grain Marketing Board (GMB) has taken a local packaging company, UPC t/a Universal Packaging Company, to the High Court seeking a $67 093,91 refund after cancelling a contract, accusing the packaging firm of a contract breach.
A HARARE businessman and his employee, who allegedly swindled Megalink (Pvt) Ltd of $150 000 after promising cash in exchange for a bank transfer, last week appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with fraud.
A BULAWAYO resident has sued Registrar-General of Births and Deaths, Tobaiwa Mudede for refusing to issue him with a new birth certificate bearing a new first name.
A 64-YEAR-OLD Mutoko man allegedly raped two mentally challenged sisters after pouncing on the teenagers, as they were doing their laundry at a nearby river.
TEN members of the Masvingo Residents’ Trust who were arrested on Tuesday for protesting lack of transparency by the local municipality, were still in police custody on Wednesday.
A Chitungwiza woman recently landed herself in trouble after she attempted to buy electricity tokens from the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission Distribution Company (ZETDC) using a fake $20 note.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has been accused of abusing the criminal justice system after a failed attempt to secure conviction against its former complainant-cum-accused person, Bernard Mahara Mutanga, who was acquitted on a $6 million land fraud charge on Tuesday.
Judicial Service Commission (JSC) deputy Walter Chikwana says the commission is seeking to demystify courts of law and make them user-friendly through its open day sessions held across provinces.
HARARE magistrate Milton Serima yesterday said businessman Brian Kambasha, who duped Air Force of Zimbabwe Commander Air Marshal Perrance Shiri of $50 000 in a botched solar power system deal was no different from “Diesel N’anga” Rotina Mavhunga