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Studio 7 Headlines, Friday, March 11, 2016

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In a landmark case, the High Court has ruled that Section 70 of the Police Act, which places a cap of an eight-month period within which police should be sued, is inconsistent with the country’s supreme law.

We will give you details of the ongoing trial of Borman Ngwenya, who allegedly attempted to bomb Alpha and Omega Diary, said to be belonging to the first family. Court papers prove that the entity is owned by two private individuals.

The MDC-T has expressed dismay on the arrest of its party member and Gweru mayor, Hamutendi Kombayi for allegedly misappropriating council funds.

Disgruntled former Zanu PF officials and supporters attack President Robert Mugabe, accusing him of abandoning the principles of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle and almost turning the party into a family dynasty.

Suspended Zimbabwe Football Association board member Edzai Kasinauyo has refused to step down saying he will only do that if Zifa prove that he is guilty of match fixing. He is accused of allegedly trying to fix Zimbabwe’s forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Swaziland.

Stay tuned for these stories and more coming up on Studio 7 at 7:30 pm on 9-0-9 Medium Wave and on the 4-9-3-0, 5-9-4-0 and 1-5-4-6-0 shortwave frequencies. We also broadcast on Please check us out on Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter.

Today on LiveTalk our hosts Blessing Zulu and Gibbs Dube will be talking with listeners and experts about allegations that a ZIFA board member and several other people attempted to fix a Warriors match in conjunction with an Asian betting syndicate.

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Studio 7 Headlines Friday, March 11, 2016
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