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Mnangagwa’s government losing traction as elections approach

When Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa ascended to presidency of the Republic of Zimbabwe following a nost-so-coup, he was famed for declaring, “The voice of the people is the voice of God”. He unapologetically blamed the economy rot and the suffering of Zimbabweans to Mugabe’s rule and lack of empathy to the people’s plight. In that pledge, he declared his commitment to ...

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Government’s action against Nurses challenged

Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) have challenged the recent decision by the government to fire nurses who were on industrial action advocating against poor wages and poor working conditions. Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights have mentioned the firing of nurses by the ...

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Tragedy hits Nyaradzo hitmaker Tedious Matsito family

Tadious Matsito, on of Zimbabwe’s famed musical talent that remains a hit to date has lost his ten year old son today. Matsito who went through a leg amputation in South Africa in 2016 has also suffered a secondary stroke that has left him needing speech therapy and a handicap to his left arm and shoulder. Speaking to his nephew ...

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Corrupt ZIBAWU targets Stanbic Bank

The once professional Zimbabwe Bank & Allied Workers Union had sunk deep into corruption, neglect of bankers’ legitimate plight and has the past three years incessantly targeting Stanbic Bank a member of Africa’s most successful chain banking network. While other banks such as Strive Masiyiwa’s Steward Bank are keeping over 60% of its staff on rolling annual and monthly contracts, ...

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Details emerge on Nurses strike

Nurses’ strike has been the talk of the whole country but reasons as to why they are on strike have just emerged and have been forwarded to the government. Zimbabwe Nurses have listed the following reasons to justify their reasons why Nurses are on strike; The first one is that the government has outstanding payments that they have not given ...

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No politician worth dying for or kill for

One of the aspiring independent candidates from Zaka west Elvis Mugari mentioned that no politician is worth dying for in these coming elections. In an interview that was held last week at the ZimOnline studios Mr E Mugari had a chance to give us what he is expecting and what he is looking forward to do in the coming elections. ...

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Work related deaths, injuries worrisome

The Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Petronella Kagonye has expressed her concerns on the numbers of work related injuries and deaths which remain very high. The honorable minister said this at the Engineers’ Safety and Healthy workshop which started today at the Rainbow Towers today and expected to end on the 13th of April in Harare. She encouraged the ...

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Khupe ready for presidential election

Sacked vice president for the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) Thokozani Khupe has showed her preparedness to go for the presidential election regardless of her expulsion from the party. Following the death of Tsvangirai, MDC-T has been on a threat to break and it seems like the crack is growing every day. MDC-T has produced evidence through their own twitter ...

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Dr Tumi to share stage with Mahendere and Takesure

South African contemporary gospel musician, Tumisang Makweya (Dr Tumi) is expected to arrive in Harare on Friday afternoon for Thy kingdom Come Worship summit to be held on Saturday 14th of April at the Harare International Conference Centre. Apostle Batsirai Java who will host Thy kingdom Come Worship Summit said the aim of the conference is to bring people to ...

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Broken down Zambian coach perches on Second Street for days

A broken down Zambian registered long distance coach has been perched in the middle of one of Harare’s CBD access roads, Second Street for more than three days, creating an accident hotspot and blocking a whole lane just opposite the South African High Commission. In a culture now prevalent in the capital city where broken down vehicles are either abandoned ...

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