CHRA plans demo

HARARE - The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has resolved to carry on with street protests until sanity returns to Town House.
"Our latest action will be held before 13 September, 2006 when the City of Harare closes doors to objections to the intended sale of a council house to Seke

sai Makwavarara, the chairperson of the commission running the affairs of the capital,” said Precious Shumba, the information officer.
Shumba said Makwavarara had already made a down payment of Z$1, 4 million towards the purchase, yet the process of objections was still ongoing.
“This is corruption which CHRA condemns in the strongest terms,” said Shumba.
Chinamasa acquitted
HARARE – Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister, Patrick Chinamasa was this week acquitted of trying to defeat the course of justice.
The court found evidence given by a key state witness, James Kaunye, inconsistent.
Chinamasa is accused of putting pressure on James Kaunye to withdraw charges against National Security minister Didymus Mutasa’s supporters, in the second case of alleged attempt to defeat the course of justice levelled against him in his career as Justice
Minister. – CAJ News

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