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Energy Mutodi mourns ZanuPF MP Obedingwa Mguni

Deputy Minister of Information,Publicity and Broadcasting Services Hon. Energy Mutodi has expressed grief on the passing on of a dependable Member of Parliament Obedingwa Mguni who died on Tuesday. Mutodi has sent his condolence message on his twitter handle. “We have learnt with shock and disbelief, the untimely passing on of the ZANU PF parliamentarian, Deputy Chief Whip and Former ...

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Biti warns ED on economic unrest

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance Vice President Tendai Biti has castigated President Emmerson Mnangagwa for his poor governance ,economic unrest.Biti said the only alternative to avert this would be through a political dialogue. Posting on his twitter handle, Biti said Mnangagwa’s regime was not serving the majority because inflation is escalating and fuel queues have become the norm of the ...

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Obert Gutu vents on ZIFA

Former Movement for Democratic Change –T (MDC-T) Spokesperson Obert Gutu has blasted the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) for not paying the Warriors their bonuses on time. Posting on his twitter handle, Gutu said it was wrongful for ZIFA to delay the paying the Zimbabwean soccer team their money on time while they are flying ZIFA councilors, journalist and their family ...

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MDC members welcome Fadzayi Mahere

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) party members welcomed former aspiring independent Member of Parliament Advocate Fadzayi Maheya who was appointed as party’s Secretary for Education, Sports and Culture by President Nelson Chamisa. Party members have been sending their congratulatory messages through social network platforms. “Welcome to the family Fadzi, we look forward to completing this journey with you. Zikomo zikomo,”said ...

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PTUZ to cut teachers working days in protest

The Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has announced that teachers will not attend their duties normally as from Monday next week due to incapacitation. In a letter which was presented to Dr V Hungwe the PTUZ said teachers they will work three days per week and if their grievances are not taken into consideration they will add striking days. ...

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ED told to consider human rights

US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Tibor Nagy has called upon President Emmerson Mnangagwa to revisit the killings and act of violence by the state security officials during the 2018 harmonised elections. Posting on his twitter handle, Nagy said ED must analyze the death of Zimbabweans during the Presidential elections and the military forces should be accountable for ...

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Chamisa renews the call for an inclusive political dialogue

The Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has called for a political dialogue which is credible and inclusive of all political players. Addressing the press at Morgan Tsvangirai House Chamisa said the only way to solve the economic crisis Mnangagwa and his Government had to indulge in talks so as to serve the greater majority. “Cde Mnangagwa has to ...

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UZ staff petitioned for provision of accommodation

The University of Zimbabwe Workers Commitee has filed a request to the University Authorities for provision of accommodation, food stuffs and provision of firewood for staff members   who are incapacitated to move from home to work. The critical situation in the country has caused UZ workers to demand basic commodities to be rendered to them so as to improve their ...

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MDC-A endorses Thabo Mbeki

Movement for Democratic Change Alliance(MDC-) has supported Thabo Mbeki for echoing essence of dialogue among political stakeholders. Posting on its facebook handle MDC-A said complimented Mbeki’s view that MDC remains part of the dialogue in the interest of national building. “In essence President Mbeki recognizes that a win which Mnangagwa claims to have obtain has failed to create sufficient, consensus ...

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‘She is bitter, ex-husband calls her witch’

A Harare woman was applying for maintanance from her husband whom she claimed that he accused her of being a witch . This matter came to light at Harare Civil Court where Cathrine Foster was demanding $1 800 from Kuziwa Maruta for the upkeep of four children. “I want $1 800, I came here because my husband called me a ...

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