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Acting RBZ governor assures people on Nostro accounts

Acting Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr Jasmine Chipika has guaranteed people that there are no changes regarding Nostro Foreign Currency Accounts. This came after RBZ reintroduced Zimbabwean Dollar and effectively ban forex transactions locally. People were panicking as they wonder how diaspora remittances would be handled. Chipika said people should continue access and transact their money locally and ...

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Chivayo distances self from ZANUPF-Matutu claim

Businessman and socialite Wicknell Chivhayo aka Sir Wicknell has disputed claims by ZANU-PF Deputy Secretary for youth Lewis Matutu claiming he was corrupt. Posting on his twitter handle Chivhayo denied the allegations calling it defamation of character by Matutu.Chivayo insisted that anyone with proof against him should report him at the nearest police station as soon as possible. He went ...

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Musona disappoints fans

Zimbabwean fans across the globe have expressed their disappointment of the performance of Warriors captain Knowledge Musona who despite celebrated talent and failed to find the knowledge in last nights match against Uganda. Musona who wasted chances by missing three clear goals is being blamed by fans who claim this game should have ended in favor of Zimbabwe to score ...

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Biti speaks on Zimbabwe current economic situation

Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti said the crisis in Zimbabwe is political which emanated from the Military Coup of November 2017 and the July 2018 elections. In an interview with Nehanda TV, Biti said the economic crisis in Zimbabwe is worsening and it can only be resolved by a genuine political dialogue between President Nelson Chamisa of MDC party and ...

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Lecturer ‘purged’ for challenging ED competency

A lecturer from the Harare Polytechnic College has been suspended for what the college administration cited as misconduct after he was caught expressing his opinion on the President’s performance record. Amos Dauzen is now at risk of being sacked after his statement in which he claimed President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has so much underperformed and mismanaged the leadership so much ...

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“I am not broke” Stunner speaks

Zimbabwean rapper Desmond Chideme popularily known as Stunner has set the record straight with regards to allegations that he has hit hard times. In a radio interview with Power fm, the rapper responded to a story which was recently published in the local paper HMetro stating that he had actually relocated to his parents’ house. Stunner said that it was ...

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“I don’t have any grudgies, with Olinda and Tytan”:Stunner

Zimbabwe Hip-hop artist Stunner ‘Desmond Chideme’ has dismissed rumors of a feud between him and ex wife Olinda Chapel- Nkomo and her current husband Tytan ‘Njabulo Nkomo’. In an interview Stunner said he has good relations with Tytan and Olinda and their past did not determine the future as it was now time to move on with their lives. “Time ...

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ZLHR calls government to end acts of torture.

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) is calling upon government to act against torture, make it criminal offence and take adequate measures to stop this crime. In a statement, the ZLHR have suggested that the criminals should be charged in mainstream courts of law and punished by judicial officers with appropriate penalties as it is an international crime. ZLHR has ...

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Tajamuka urges Zimbabweans a peaceful protest

Tajamuka/Sesjkile campaign has called upon every Zimbabwean to join in a peaceful protest against President Emmerson Mnangagwa regime’s failure to solve the economic unrest in the country. Tajamuka urged all Zimbabweans to participate in the demonstration against the Mnangagwa government for causing poverty in the country. Tajamuka said there was need for a peaceful election without violence and also not ...

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MDC Youth Assembly Criticize Use of Chemical Weapons on Students

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Youth Assembly has condemned actions by state repressive machinery and (ZRP) Riot use of chemical weapons. In a statement, MDC Youth Assembly National Spokesperson Stephen Sarkozy Chuma said, “As an assembly we strongly condemn such inhumane and barbaric practice which left one of the students, Tinashe Gwenzi battling for his life”. Chuma condemned the saddening ...

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