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Mnangagwa attends the 12th Zimbabwe International Research Symposium

President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa attended the 12th Edition of Zimbabwe International Research Symposium today at the Harare International Conference Centre. The Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa and other senior government officials attended the event among others.The Symposium ran under the theme “The Nexus between Research and Industry: Key to Innovation and Sustainable Development” and was sponsored ...

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Winky Dee releases a video

The multi-award winning Zimdancehall musician Wallace Chirumiko popularly known as  Winky Dee has released a musical video today for the track “mugarden”. The video features the musician Gemma Griffiths and fans are responding well to it and have reached more than 8.8K views on YouTube in just few hours after the release. He released a hitsong titled “Kasong Kejecha” late ...

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Morgan Tsvangirayi memorial lecture underway

  The memorial lecture in honour of the late founder of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Morgan Tsvangirayi was cleared by police and is currently in progress at Harare Showgrounds. Earlier on the police have reportedly refused to approve the MDC’s application for the memorial. It is also reported that there serious disagreements over how to commemorate the late icon. ...

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Mangudya dismisses Biti’s claims on local currency

The governor of The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, John Mangudya dismissed the claims being circulated on social media regarding the introduction of the new currency. He said that the country will continue to use the multi-currency system. Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti yesterday claimed that government was planning to introduce a new local currency this week. Posting on twitter, Biti ...

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Chinese Embassy donates computers to Ministry of Information

China’s  Acting Ambassador to Zimbabwe Baogang donated desktop computers and laptops to the Ministry of Information. The Ministry of information is on a four day workshop on strategic planning today at Harare International Conference Centre. Minister Monica Mutsvangwa officially opened the event. The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Information Cde Nick Mangwana and other senior government officials attended the ...

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President Mnangagwa , V.P Chiwenga out of the country

  President Emmerson Mnangagwa has flown to Ethiopia (Addis Ababa) where other dignitaries and heads of states are gathered for the African Union Summit and this year they will be focusing on refugees and internally displaced persons. Mnangagwa was forced not to attend the breakfast prayer meeting which was held yesterday at the Harare International Conference Centre and alternatively send ...

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Pope Francis speaks on sexual abuse of nuns

  Pope Francis has admitted the sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops as a problem in the Catholic Church, saying that they’ve been working on this for quite some time. Speaking during a press conference aboard the papal plane on a return flight to Rome from the United Arab Emirates, the Pope said the Catholic Church is dealing ...

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Teacher romances grade 6 girl

  A Marondera Primary School teacher (48) who allegedly trapped a grade 6 pupil in a storeroom before fondling her breasts appeared in court facing offensive assault charges. The teacher denied the charges and magistrate Arnold Maburo postponed the matter to the 11th of February for continuation. According to the court papers, sometimes in September last year at around 4pm ...

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Protests against VP Chiwenga underway in S.A

The Economic Freedom Fighters party (EFF) led by Julius Malema today has joined hands with Tajamuka Sejikile and other Zimbabweans in South Africa in protesting against the treatment of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga  in South Africa. Chiwenga was on Saturday morning reportedly airlifted again to South Africa for medical attention after suffering from an undisclosed ailment. Promise Mukwananzi who is ...

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Mutare man beaten by soldiers dies

A Mutare man identified as Noah Sahombe who was assaulted by soldiers on the 20th of January has passed away. Sahombe (29) was from Zimunya suburbs and was beaten by soldiers as they suspected him to be amongst the people who caused commotion during the ShutdownZim campaign. He was taken to Mutare General Hospital where he was diagnosed with renal ...

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