Four journalists were today assaulted outside the Chiredzi Magistrates Court at the end of Mr Andrew Takashinga Bere’s bail hearing. Bere is accused of defrauding United States of America taxpayer funds amounting to USD 7 million dollars during his stay in the country.
Zanu PF national deputy political commissar Omega Hungwe has warned journalists that she would deal with them if they reported her remarks on how her party would win the 2018 elections.
Bail granted to Zimbabwean journalist, Kenneth Nyangani, who was arrested over a story alleging that First Lady Grace Mugabe had donated second hand underwear to residents in Eastern Border town, Mutare.
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