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Teachers face punishment for striking

The Public Service Commission (PSC) said they will deduct leave days as punishment for all the teachers who participated on the demonstrations held early this month on salary increase. The protests were led by Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) and the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ). The two associations have reviewed their grievances which have led them to their decision ...

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Zimbabwe Regulatory Energy Authority (Zera) to ban use of energy consuming appliances

  The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority is set to introduce a move to ban people from using electrical gadgets that ingest a lot of energy. This was said yesterday at a stakeholders meeting held in Bulawayo. In a statement, Engineer Samuel Zaranyika said the main benefit of the move is that there will be reduction in energy use and save ...

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Controversial Prophets spotted putting on same belt

  There were pictures circulating on social media yesterday of controversial prophets wearing the same belt and amongst them was Pastor Alph Lukau who claimed that he raised a Zimbabwean man from the dead on Sunday in South Africa. People went as far as digging more information following the shocking miracle. There were speculations that all those prophets who were ...

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Latest on Pastor Alph Lukau

Pastor Alph Lukau of Alleluia Ministries International left many puzzled after he raised a person from the dead yesterday during a church service in one of his branches in South Africa. People commented contrarily on social media over the miracle as some said it was stage managed and others saying it really happened. According to the South African paper, “The ...

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Mutare man murders girlfriend

A Mutare woman identified as Muchaneta Tserai is said to have been murdered by her anonymous boyfriend on the 13th of February and her body was discovered four days after the occurrence. Tserai’s body was found in a maize field which is near her home and it is believed that she was raped before being murdered. It is reported that ...

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Prophet Mesala gives prophecy on Zimbabwe

Zambian prophet Sherpherd Mesala who is known for true prophecies has warned some African Presidents to step-down. It is reported that the Prophet told President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he should step-down. He also said that President Lungu of Zambia should also do the same as he has failed to deliver what he promised to the people of Zambia. “I saw ...

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Ramaphosa to head Zimbabwe

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected in the country in March as his government is willing to assist on the removal of sanctions imposed by the West on Zimbabwe. This was confirmed by Lindiwe Sisulu, South Africa’s International Relations Minster who said Zimbabwe’s economy has been controlled by sanctions. “We are preparing for a bi-national with Zimbabwe on March ...

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ZUPCO buses to pull out service

ZUPCO buses are reported to have been disappeared in some parts of Harare and Bulawayo due to a misunderstanding with the government. The ZUPCO bus company invited interested bus owners to provide services for them on their agreed terms and conditions. Some of the bus operators who spoke to media said the scheme is not functional for them as the ...

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Prisca Mupfumira officially opens Mpala Jena Camp

Minister of Environment ,Tourism and Hospitality Industry , Prisca Mupfumira officially opened the Mpala Jena Camp in Victoria Falls last week. In a statement, Mupfumira said tourism continues to experience growth and deepening diversification and has become one of the fastest growing economic sectors contributing massively to social economic development. “There has been growth in foreign tourism receipts from $917 ...

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HIFA annuls 2019 Edition

  Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) has cancelled this year’s edition due to the economic hardships that the country is currently facing. The event was once cancelled in 2016 as people could not withdraw money from banks. Many sponsors have also pulled out. The Executive Director of HIFA, Maria Wilson said the country is dealing with many important ...

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