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The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can already be classified as the largest international news story of 2020 due to a range of factors. Do you have ...
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Government has threatened to prosecute traditional and faith healers who instruct people living with HIV to stop taking anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs). ...
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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, whose party was re-elected in 2013 on the strength of creating 2,2 million jobs within five years, has called on Zimbabweans to create their own jobs in the small to medium enterprise (SME) sector instead of waiting to be employed. ...
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OPPOSITION leaders yesterday said they will not be silenced and stopped by a “wheelchair-bound” President Robert Mugabe, vowing “maximum resistance” against policies that favour Zanu PF ahead of next year’s general elections. ...
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HOME Affairs ministry secretary, Melusi Matshiya has said police are doing all they can to find missing democracy activist and journalist, Itai Dzamara, who was allegedly abducted by suspected State security agents two years ago. ...
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Russia's Supreme Court has begun hearing a government request to outlaw the Jehovah's Witnesses and declare it an extremist organisation. ...
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Warring Zanu PF factions will have an idea of the fate of three leading figures today amid speculation that beleaguered Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere was taken ill late on Monday night with stress symptoms. ...
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PARLIAMENTARY Legal Committee (PLC) chairperson Jonathan Samukange yesterday told Senate that his committee had produced an adverse report on the Land Commission Bill due to some unconstitutional clauses that would have given chiefs powers to preside over agricultural land disputes arising in areas under their jurisdiction. ...
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FORMER Energy deputy minister Hubert Nyanhongo was arrested on Saturday and brought before a Chipinge magistrate on Monday after being found in possession of a live pangolin in his Jeep Cherokee sport utility vehicle. ...
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PEOPLE living with disabilities yesterday called on institutions administering HIV and Aids programmes to provide them with relevant information in pictorial, audio and braille formats, as they were being left out on HIV testing, treatment and condom use. ...
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KWEKWE MDC-T councillors last week reportedly clashed during a party meeting to select a candidate to succeed the late deputy mayor Aaron Sithole. ...
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BULAWAYO’s first commercial radio station, Skyz Metro FM, commissioned its state-of-the-art studios yesterday morning live on Vuka Vuka morning breakfast show, which was hosted by Babongile Sikhonjwa and Khaya Drastiq. ...
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FOUR villagers from Insangu village in Chief Jahana’s area in Shangani were rushed to United Bulawayo Hospitals on Sunday after they were brutally attacked by suspected Zanu PF youths following fierce land clashes in the area. ...
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NATIONAL Railways of Zimbabwe’s subsidiary Road Motor Services (RMS) has been dragged to court by a former employee over outstanding salaries and welfare benefits amounting to over $15 500. ...
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GOVERNMENT and the World Food Programme (WFP) yesterday jointly launched a five-year plan to build resilience, minimise the impact of hunger and boost the country’s nutritional provisions. ...
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OPPOSITION Build Zimbabwe Alliance leader, Noah Manyika, has called for the depoliticisation of institutions of higher learning, starting with President Robert Mugabe stepping down as chancellor of all State universities. ...
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DELEGATES from 25 African Union (AU) member States are holding a three-day consultative meeting in Harare to discuss challenges faced by people internally-displaced by climatic factors and political instability. ...
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ALPHA Media Holdings (AMH) journalists on Thursday dominated the Voluntary Media Council of Zimbabwe (VMCZ) Investigative Journalism Awards. ...
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A PRIVATE legal aid society has launched a $500 000 information and communication technology (ICT) programme to offer free computer training for techno-savvy teachers across the country’s 10 provinces. ...
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OPPOSITION MDC-T youths yesterday launched a door-to-door voter registration campaign in Harare to urge party members to register as voters ahead of next year’s general elections. ...
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WAR veterans have vowed to continue backing Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s bid to succeed President Robert Mugabe ahead of next year’s general elections or else they would vote for “a stick”. ...
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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is this week expected to seal Zanu PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere’s political fate following his nasty fallout with First Lady Grace Mugabe amid growing calls for the Local Government minister’s ouster from the party’s revered post. ...
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THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) workers say they are in a panic mode following reports that 2 000 jobs were on the line, with the victims likely to go home without terminal benefits. ...
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WAR Veterans minister Tshinga Dube has accused fueding Zanu PF politicians of fuelling divisions among the country’s liberation fighters. ...
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HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa has disclosed that he recently met with his Southern Africa counterparts to collectively mobilise resources to combat malaria following a sharp increase in cases due to this year’s prolonged wet spell. ...
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Association of Rural District Councils of Zimbabwe (ARDC)chairperson and property developer Killer Zivhu has threatened to challenge Norton MP Temba Mliswa (independent) in next year’s general elections on a Zanu PF ticket. ...
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FORMER Economic Planning minister, Tapiwa Mashakada has urged political parties to push for the enactment of a Presidential Transition Act (PTA) to guarantee a smooth transfer of power in the next elections. ...
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THE controversy dogging Zimbabwe’s property rights has come back in the spotlight, with the recent launch of a property rights handbook commissioned by German non-governmental organisation, Friedrich-Naumman-Stiftung (FNS). ...
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The Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking to compel the State Procurement Board (SPB) to conduct site validation tests and publicly disclose its chosen supplier for the provision of the biometric voter registration (BVR) kits. ...
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RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) deputy governor Charity Dhliwayo yesterday announced that she was retiring from her position at the apex bank, saying she was now putting focus on women financial inclusion. ...
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