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Jah Prayzah disbands Military Touch Movement
BY WINSTONE ANTONIO MULTI-AWARD WINNING musician Jah Prayzah has dismantled his Military Touch Movement (MTM), about three years after its formation and freed artistes who were contracted to ...
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BY MOSES MATENGA/PRECIOUS CHIDA/TATIRA ZWINOIRA/VENERANDA LANGA CIVIL servants yesterday expressed anger after failing to access their US$75 allowances as promised by the government, accusing their employer of being ...
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THE ruling Zanu PF party has said it will not apologise for the alleged “looting” of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) farm mechanisation facility and blamed sanctions, ...
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ECONET Wireless Private Limited yesterday got relief from the High Court, which suspended a “warrant of search and seizure” of their premises by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) ...
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TENSION has gripped Zimbabwe after President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced a dusk-to-dawn curfew amid fears the Zanu PF leader, who is failing to proffer solutions to deepening socio-economic problems, ...
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BY MOSES MATENGA HARARE mayor Herbert Gomba was arrested yesterday morning on allegations of abuse of office involving improper allocation of residential stands. Do you have a coronavirus ...
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OPPOSITION Transform Zimbabwe leader Jacob Ngarivhume and veteran journalist Hopewell Chin’ono spent a third chilly night inside holding cells after a Harare magistrate postponed their bail ruling to ...
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POLICE in South Africa on Monday arrested two Zimbabweans who craftly cut out special compartments in a fuel tanker to smuggle locally-made cigarettes worth R7 million across the ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
A WEEK or so ago I had a rare opportunity to attend a virtual political discourse organised by the Southern African Political Economy Series Trust. The discourse focused ...
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ALTHOUGH Zimbabwe’s football authorities remain hopeful of the resumption of football this year, the continued spike in COVID-19 infections as well as the poor drainage at the country’s ...
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THE Zimbabwe dollar fell 5% to $72,14 against the greenback yesterday at the central bank’s foreign currency auction. Do you have a coronavirus story? You can email us ...
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Lift lockdown in phases
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BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA WATERSHED College, an elite school in Marondera, has turned its hostels into a quarantine centre after five staff members tested positive for COVID-19. In a ...
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MDC-T acting president Thokozani Khupe plans to approach the Supreme Court to seek extension of her tenure at the helm of the opposition party without going to the ...
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PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday imposed a dusk to dawn curfew from today aimed at combating the coronavirus outbreak and warned that security forces would enforce the new measures. ...
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The State has set August 26 as the trial date for two leaders of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union in Zimbabwe (Artuz), who in June participated in a ...
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FORMER officer-in-charge Criminal Investigations Department in Gweru, Detective Inspector Leonard Gwandu, who was last week sentenced to an effective two-year jail term on charges of releasing a stolen ...
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POSTAL and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe director-general Gift Machengete says his organisation will continue to roll out Community Information Centres (CICs) across the country to increase access ...
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GOVERNMENT has banned face-to-face lectures at all tertiary institutions and ordered students to vacate residences following a spike in COVID-19 cases, most of them local transmissions. Do you ...
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ABOUT 200 health workers have tested positive to COVID-19, forcing some hospitals to shut down as government continues to dither on its promise to avail adequate personal protective ...
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Some senators yesterday had to be begged to contribute to debate by Senate president Mabel Chinomona and later by acting president Chief Fortune Charumbira after they remained mum ...
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THE United Nations (UN) has said the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to cause a spike in child marriages and prostitution as families seek other coping mechanisms in the ...
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IT’S now or never for Marvelous Nakamba and his Aston Villa team. Do you have a coronavirus story? You can email us on: news@alphamedia.co.zw ...
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THE registration of political parties has become a sticking point ahead of the 2023 general elections with the MDC Alliance raising concern that adopting laws that would require ...
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HEALTH experts have warned that the official COVID-19 statistics disclosed by government were only a tip of the iceberg amid concerns that many cases were going untested as ...
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BY ANDREW KUNAMBURA FORMER Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gideon Gono has said the farm mechanisation programme he presided over was not part of the debt taken ...
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BULAWAYO City Council should not be faulted for water woes bedevilling the city as the government has failed to construct dams as mandated by the country’s Water Act, ...
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SEVENTY-SIX prisoners and 25 correctional officers at Grey Prisons in Bulawayo have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, Southern Eye has learnt. Do you have a coronavirus story? You ...
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ZIMBABWE is facing extreme weather patterns such as excessive heat, recurrent droughts and flooding which pose a threat to food security and lives due to climate change. Water ...
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Business
PREMIER African Minerals (Premier), which owns RHA Tungsten project in Hwange, has agreed with Lithium Consolidated Ltd (Li3) to extend the due diligence period on the portfolio of ...
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FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube yesterday said the country was on track to meet its budget deficit target of 1,5% of GDP in 2020 in a key update that ...
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