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Photographer, intern journalist at ZimOnline News

Youth must be involved in the country’s development

The Research and Advocacy Unit (Rau) in conjunction with the International Developmental Research Centre (IDRC) have started a workshop in Harare today focusing on the youth. Promoting Constructive and Active engagement, Peace-building, social innovation and resilience among young people in Africa is the theme that is leading the workshop. Honourable Ambassador Rene Cremonose the ambassador of the Canadian Embassy in ...

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ZEC must give timeously

The Zimbabwe Election Support Network hosted a 3 day workshop with the fourth estate and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission which was aimed at creating a cordial relationship between the two. During the workshop issues of the election calendar, election updates and election reporting were discussed. The fourth estate which was represented by many journalists from different media houses passed their ...

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Commuter omnibuses ban received with mixed feelings

The ban of commuter omnibuses into the town by the Harare City Council has been received with mixed feelings by the public. In an interview with ZimOnline news one of the commuter omnibus drivers in the town said “This is not a fair practice to our clients and also to us. It is very painful to leave old people at ...

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Ministry of Education receives donation

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has received a donation from Save the Children at the head offices at ambassador house in Harare today. In a speech by Ms Sarah Blin Country director which was read on her behalf by the programme’s director of the organisation Mr Clement Mhlanga he mentioned that the organisation was donating some computer equipment ...

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Big farewell for Tsvangirai

The Movement for Democratic Change supporters met earlier today at Freedom Square in Harare to bid farewell to the party founding President and former Prime Minister of the republic of Zimbabwe, the late Dr Morgan R Tsvangirai. The supporters gathered as early as 9am at the ground where they were entertained by Sulumani Chimbetu and Allan Chimbetu among others. In ...

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MSF says goodbye to Zimbabwe

The Permanent  Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Brigadier General Dr. Gerald Gwinji  has commemorated  the developments that have been done by Medecins Sans Frontiers(MSF) in connection with mental health  in Zimbabwe. In an Interview with ZimOnline News, Dr Gwinji said: “The country has managed to train more than 30 nurses with the basics of mental health ...

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T B Joshua in Zimbabwe

Nigerian based prophet T B Joshua has arrived in Zimbabwe this morning. The prophet who has been received at the Rainbow Towers today around 9 am on a private visit. T B Joshua is scheduled to meet with the president of Zimbabwe Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangangwa during his visit. One of the local based prophets, Walter Magaya clearly indicated that this ...

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Lighting claims life in Chegutu

January ends with a tragically in Chegutu as it claims life. The rains last night that where accompanied by lighting claimed the life of one. The girl who was strake with her friend was very unfortunate and died immediately after the incident. The friend after getting out of the ecstasy of the lighting confirmed the details of the deceased. The ...

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