These are some of the stories you might have missed the weekend:
UZ’s political commentator Masunungure urged MDC Alliance Nelson Chamisa to restrategise after losing a string of court cases which started with the supreme court reinstating MDC T 2014 structures in April.
A Chegutu council employee died after a hip of soil collapsed on him as he was repairing the town’s drainage system.
ZBC officials reportedly received 5 piglets each ahead of other farmers in the Presidential Livestock input scheme
Of the 561 COVID-19 cases reported in South Africa, 484 of them were returnees from South Africa.
Zupco conductors, drives and cashiers are reportedly embroiled in a scandal in which the conductors are conniving with drivers and cashiers to under-declare their daily takings.
Airlines are reportedly making plans to resume flying to Zimbabwe as the globe is emerging out of months of lockdowns, which were imposed to curb spreading COVID-19 according to CAAZ
Former Zanu PF youth leader Godfrey Tsenengamu said the current leaders’ children were very corrupt and compared them to former president Robert Mugabe’s sons whom he said were not that corrupt.
Thokozani Khupe’s aid was reportedly manhandled by Douglas Mwonzora loyalists as he was conducting a security check ahead of the party’s standing meeting that week.