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Children under 5 years not to pay hospital bills: Parirenyatwa

The Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa said that children under the age of 5 do not pay hospital charges today at the (United State Agency for International Development)USAID Mhuri Imuli program launch in Msasa. He urged all mothers to breast feed for a minimum of six months so as to reduce the babies risk to diseases. ...

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Mliswa blames Mutsvangwa for removed posters

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has turned to social media and aired out his grievances while accusing Presidential Advisor Chrisopher Mutsvangwa for removing his posters in Norton. Mliswa had the following written on his Tweeter handle. “Special Advisor or Special Destructors. “Just got word to Mutsvangwa and Sibiya (Mash West Prov. Member accused of stealing from Kingsdale ...

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MDC cleared for demonstration

Zimbabwe Republic Police has approved the proposed march by the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) scheduled for Tuesday 5th of June 2018. Tomorrow MDC supporters will march in Harare and will hand over a list of petitions for electoral reforms at MunhuMutapa Building. Some of the reforms that have been listed by MDC include auditing of Bio Metric Registration, demilitarisation ...

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Peace marches commences in Harare

Zimbabwe Divine Destiny has started its series of peace marches today in Harare. The peace marches are aimed at conveying a message of peace to all politicians. As they are conducting the marches, their demands are for the army to withdraw its statement that Route to State House is straight jacketed-Army cannot salute a civilian leader without war credentials and ...

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Elections date set

His Excellency President Emmerson Mngangagwa has announced that this year’s harmonized elections will be on the 30th of July. The president made the announcement at a workshop held at the ZANU PF headquarters today. The Healing Process Workshop was for all the primary candidates who won and those who lost in the recently held ZANU PF primary elections. He encouraged ...

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Walk the talk: politicians told

Zimbabwe Divine Destiny (ZDD) has urged all political parties to walk the talk and desist from exhibiting political violence. ZDD passed these statements in a press conference held today at the media centre. Bishop Ancelimo Magaya, the director for ZDD who was heading the panel said: “We have high expectations of an election that is peaceful and possibly fair, but ...

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MDC-T primary elections a joke: Mudzuri

Elias Mudzuri has described the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) primary elections as a joke. The remaining vice president for the MDC-T after khupe was sucked out of the party has bitter comments about the recently held MDC-T primaries. These primary elections were held over the two previous weekends. Elias Mudzuru said that, “As a vice president I cannot be ...

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Chaos as police officers attacks civilians Harare CBD

There was chaos in Harare Central Business District as police officers attacked and harassed civilians at corner Chinhoyi b Street and Kwame Nkrumah  Avenue today. The police officers were assaulting anyone who was along Chinhoyi Street around 1200hrs today and commuter omnibuses were destroyed. Some of the civilians who were involved in this brutality suggested that the police officers might ...

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Parents demonstrate over maladministration at Masaisai Primary School

Parents held a demonstration today at Masaisai primary school against the school authorities (board of trustees) for failing to do proper administration of the school. Reasons for demonstration are that the school authorities are failing to bring accountability for finances of the school. The parents have written a letter to the ministry of education, indicating the reasons why there were ...

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14 559 cases of abuse reported in 2017

A total of 14 559 cases of abuse were reported last year, the Zimbabwe Child Helpline community has revealed. Clemence Wega, the finance director for Childline  Zimbabwe revealed these statistics in a press conference that was held today in preparation of the International Child Helpline Day on the 17th of May 2018. The organisation also revealed that out of the ...

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