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Doctor’s strike continues

The Zimbabwe Hospitals Doctors Association (ZHDA) yesterday addressed that the industrial action by junior doctors nationwide is still going on and has entered day 12 following contrary reports unilaterally declared on state media. The industrial action initially involved only central hospitals but has grown to reach provincial and district hospitals and this is even worsened by failure on the part ...

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16 days against Gender Based Violence (GBV) ends

The 10th of December marked the end of the 16 days of activism against Gender Based Violence and the public have been urged to continue fighting the violence against women and the girl child especially and different organisations have been promoting the days through various campaigns. Shamwari  Yemwanasikana Trust Child Ambassador Kim Fusire has reminded everyone that children have right ...

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Chinotimba insults MDC leader

There was total chaos and drama in the parliament yesterday as ZANU PF Buhera South legislature Joseph Chinotimba angrily insulted MDC Alliance leader of the house Thabitha  Khumalo a prostitute. The National Assembly was disturbed for almost 30 minutes as MPs continued to issue out insults against each other towards Chinotimba’s utterances. Honourable Khumalo insisted that if Chinotimba would not ...

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Fuel shortages at desperate stage

Fuel situation has become so desperate in the country with people left stranded on service stations as they increasingly spend more time waiting for fuel, however the government is claiming that there is enough fuel in the country. The Minister of Energy and Power Development Joram Gumbo said that the queues that are found on fuel service stations are evidence ...

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Zimbabwe to commemorate World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is celebrated every year all over the world on the 1st of December to raise awareness about AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) a pandemic disease caused due to the infection of Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV). In Zimbabwe the main celebrations will be held at Rujeko Secondary School in Glendale,Mazoe under the theme “know your status “,a ...

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MDC Alliance demonstration set for tomorrow

The Movement for Democratic Change MDC alliance has announced that the 2018 national demonstration against 2% tax, salaries to be given in us dollar and to push for national dialogue will be held in the Harare Central Business District at 10:00am with the MDC alliance leader Nelson Chamisa the main speaker. Addressing journalists today  MDC spokesperson Jacob Mafema said the ...

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I don’t acknowledge ED as President: Chamisa

Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa appeared before the Motlanthe Commission of Inquiry yesterday were he gave his testimony about the shooting of innocent civilians on the 1st of august this year. (MDC) alliance leader said that he does not acknowledge Emmerson Mnangagwa as president of Zimbabwe as he went on to say that when the shooting and demonstrations occurred he was ...

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Mudzuri bashed for attending State House meeting

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Deputy President Elias Mudzuri got into a clash with fellow party members earlier on today after he attended a meeting at the State House where parliament presiding offices were presented to the president. MDC member’s Charlton Hwende and Murisi Zwizwai questioned Mudzuri over his attendance as a rebellious nature however he dismissed it saying it ...

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Mthuli disappoints

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube yesterday presented the National Budget for 2019 which stimulated disappointments from ordinary citizens and civil servants and has been considered a fiscal statement far from reality. The budget stated that there will be impose of duty in foreign currency yet people are earning their salaries in bond notes. The civil ...

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Ex ZANU PF rogue exposes past terror behaviour

Wednesday’s session of the Motlanthe commission of inquiry into the August 1 murder of civilians resulted in one of the National patriotic front member (NPF) and former ZANU PF provincial youth leader Jim kunaka exposed his past evil behaviour towards the opposition party members. Mr kunaka came before the commission of inquiry to testify on what transpired on the august ...

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