Tycoon fights Grace Mugabe

HARARE - A Lebanese businessman who is locked in a $1,3 million diamond ring wrangle with former first lady Grace Mugabe has filed opposing papers in the High Court, claiming the ex-Zanu PF women’s league secretary was approaching the courts with dirty hands.

Read full story in today's paper.

Comments (4)

I think there will be fair judgment this time as Grace is now a human being rather an immortal when she and Robert were untouchables. This woman had everything going her way,we understood that she wanted to own the country as whole as a her personal property. The law must take its course

Syd Chiwambu - 24 February 2018

Mr Editor, I do understand that, as a business, you generate revenue through adverts and sales of the physical copy on the street but how do those who live outside Zimbabwe get to read the full story? Please, move on with the times and let us have whole news articles on the online edition too.

Mwanawevhu - 24 February 2018

Yah she must feel the pain now

Ngwenya - 24 February 2018

Daily News online policy is poor.People will not stay online on their website long enough because of low content.People who are in diaspora can not buy newspaper.Therefore online traffic is going to reduce and advertisers also will not advertise,because advertisers look at number of hits on the website.I prefer Newsday online.It gives good coverage and I look at their advertisements too.

Kufandada - 24 February 2018

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