Settlement Chikwinya

Settlement Chikwinya

National News
MDC Mbizo MP Settlement Chikwinya and his Redcliff counterpart, Lloyd Mukapiko, were yesterday acquitted of charges of inciting violence during the January fuel price hike protests. ...
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National News
GOVERNMENT has denied there is a three-tier pricing system with Industry and Commerce deputy minister RajeshKumar (Raj) Modi claiming the 2019 Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya completely solved the issue. ...
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National News ZimDecides18
THE United Kingdom says it is following closely how the Zimbabwean government is handling the various cases of opposition legislators and pro-democracy defenders arrested and charged for participating in January protests over fuel price hikes. ...
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National News
MDC Alliance legislators Settlement Chikwinya (Kwekwe) and Lloyd Mukapiko (Mbizo) were last Friday granted $300 bail each by Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Martin Makonese. ...
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National News
Mbizo MP Settlement Chikwinya and two other officials were yesterday arrested and detained for four hours at the police law and order section over allegations of stealing from their MDC-T party offices. ...
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National News
MBIZO MP Settlement Chikwinya (MDC-T) yesterday said Zimbabweans should desist from using the term “alien” as it was xenophobic. ...
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News
Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Media, Information and Communication Technology chairperson Settlement Chikwinya (MDC-T) has urged the government to promote a culture of openness and allow journalists unfettered access to public documents, to ensure the public is well informed on governance matters. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
MOVES by Media, Information and Communication Technology portfolio committee chairperson Settlement Chikwinya to table a Private Member’s Bill to repeal Aippa should be applauded. ...
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National News
Settlement Chikwinya said he will invite input from media stakeholders before taking his media draft Private Members’ Bill to Parliament. ...
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