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Health Service Board working on salary scale

The Health Service Board which was recently sworn held its induction for the incoming board members today in Harare. The induction was held in order to impart knowledge and skills, to the newly appointed Health Service Board Members, on the key Government principles and values. In the note address by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Child ...

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Forex rate elapse: Medicine price still up

With the economic instability in the country it has become so expensive to buy anything especially without foreign currency. This has been evident even in the medical sector where medicine is been sold forex. The Pharmaceutical Society of Zimbabwe has released a press statement in line with the current situation in Zimbabwe. In the press statement that was made today ...

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Chamisa attacks the arrest of ZCTU leaders

Nelson Chamisa the president for the leading opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) has attacked the arrest of ZCTU leaders.Zimbabwean trade union leaders have been arrested ahead of planned nationwide protests against the continued deterioration of the Zimbabwean economy, effectively placing the city of Harare under lockdown. “The arrest of ZCTU President Mutasa & other Labour leaders by ...

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Government speaks on price hikes

Following the chaos that is happening in the country the government seems to be confused on the main reasons of the price hikes. Different reactions by local retailers have even made some to close due to the instability. Yesterday the Vice President Kembo Mohadi released a statement were he advised all those who are selling basic commodities to reduce their ...

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Global system not a fairground

Rueben Gwatidzo has blasted the global system especially the United Nations for been an unfair ground to all nations. His whole notion was on the fact that countries that are concentrated in the developing countries are put under the same house with those in developed countries. He said all this today during a Zimbabwe Internet Governance Forum that was held ...

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Hon Moyo officially opens Zim-Afro Medical and Health Expo 8th Edition

The Minister of Health and Child Care honourable Obiadiah Moyo has officially opened The 8th edition  Zim- Afro Medical and Health Expo 2018 been held at the Harare International Conference Centre today. The conference started yesterday and was running under sub themes of Innovative Regulatory Models, Safe Practise and quality, Medical and health education. Speaking at the conference the minister ...

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Fiscal Measures for Reversing Fiscal Dis-equilibrium: Mthuli Ncube

The economy is showing signs of recovery albeit with a number of challenges and risks. Indications are that, the economy will grow by 6.3% against the original Budget projection of 4.5% and 4.8% estimated for 2017. With this projected growth Zimbabwe will join the “6% club” of African countries growing at more than 6% per annum. However, the quality of ...

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TelOne launches girl- child empowerment program

TelOne today launched a year- long Girls mentorship program dubbed TelOne QueenMakers girls mentorship program. The event took place at the TelOne learning center today in Harare. Speaking to the media after the launch the TelOne Managing Director Chipo Mtasa said the whole program is to empower the girl child because once you empower the girl child you have empowered ...

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Drunk driver crashes into a boarding house

A Gweru commuter omnibus driver has driven into a boarding house in the Nehosho suburb in the early hours of the day. The driver is said to have been driving under the influence of alcohol. Students at the boarding house woke up to the shock of seeing that the house was in shambles at the back of their house. The ...

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19 year olds in primary school

It has come as a shock that in Zimbabwe there are pupils who are still in primary school at the age of 19 years. This came as a testimony from Mbire district during the Save the children Norad Partnership forum which started on the 26th of September. The Save the Children Norad Partnership forum was running under the theme Inclusive ...

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