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September Tourism month

The month of September has proven to be a month of tourism with many events that are tourist related like the World tourism day, African Youth in tourism conference to mention just but a few. To celebrate the month of tourism the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry that is headed by Honourable Prisca Mupfumira held a press brief ...

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MDC Alliance MPs move out of Parliament

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) Members of Parliament stormed out of the Parliament as the President Emmerson Mnangagwa was about to give his State of the Nation Address today in Harare. The moving out of the opposition party out of the Parliament has left the other Members of Parliament from ZANU Pf criticising the move. Energy Mutodi who is ...

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Immortals drops new track “BHENENGU”

The Immortals which comprise of Xtra Large (Likkle N and Swaggy Jimmy), Rockford Josphat, Trevor Dongo, Shinsoman and King Shaddy dropped their latest track yesterday called “Bhenengu”. The Immortals is a collective effort by 5 brands in the 2nd generation pioneers of local urban contemporary music which was dubbed urban groove upon inception. The Immortals represent an innovative way of ...

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Wetlands an important resource to support people’s lives

Environmental Management Agency has held a consultative workshop on the Ramsar Convention COP13 draft decisions today at the rainbow towers. The objectives of the workshop were to discuss Ramsar COP 13 draft decisions and to develop a national wetlands position paper. Giving opening remarks the Director for Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Douglas Runyowa had this to say. “It is ...

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Mliswa blames corrupt town Councils for Cholera Outbreak

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has blamed local authorities for the Cholera outbreak that has affected people in Harare and other near places. Mliswa has shown his disgust on the corrupt local authorities in his recent tweets this morning. “Cholera is an archaic scourge that has been compounded not only by poor service delivery but by corruption ...

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Police suspends public gatherings

Zimbabwe Republic Police has warned the public from having public gatherings due to the cholera outbreak which the government has declared as a state of emergency. This has come to the media attention by the press release that was released by the Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba. The press statement is as follows: “The Government has declared the Cholera outbreak ...

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I have my own HIV Test kit: Mliswa

Temba Mliswa the Member of Parliament for Norton constituency has brought to light that he has his own HIV test kit that he uses before indulging in sexual activities. All these shocking discoveries where share by Mliswa himself during a press conference held today at the media centre in Harare. The press conference was in response to the allegations on ...

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Chamisa need psychiatric help: Mliswa

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has revealed that Nelson Chamisa needs psychiatric help. Mliswa said this in a press conference that he held today at the media centre in Harare. “Chamisa is breaking the law and would urge law enforcement agents to take action because its national security issue.” “I understand that when one loses certainly you ...

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Southlea Park land battle resurfaces

The battle of ownership for Southlea Park land has resurfaced after Southlea Park Home Owners Association and businessman Philip Chiyangwa went back to the High Court today seeking an order to settle the matter. The association filed an application two years ago, seeking an order setting aside the transfer of the remainder of Odar Farm from government to Chiyangwa’s company ...

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TAAT bean project launched

Ministry of Lands, Agriculture and Rural resettlement has launched the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) projected today in Harare. The launch of TAAT was graced by permanent secretary in the ministry of lands, Agriculture and Rural Settlement Mr Ringson Chitsiko. Chitsiko highlighted the objectives of the project which are: Establish and strengthen National Technology Delivery partnerships, Refine intervention zones ...

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