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Mangudya and Mthuli not to blame for corruption at RBZ: Lumumba

Newly appointed chairman of the Ministry of Finance communications task force Acie Lumumba has accused senior Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe officials of running a foreign currency cartel at the central bank. In his video last night on Facebook he dined that Mthuli Ncube and John Mangudya are not to blame for the corruption at the RBZ. Lumumba named RBZ Director ...

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NetOne awards School for less promotion grand prize winners

NetOne has awarded two of the three schools that won in the NetOne School for less promotion. The ceremony took place at the NetOne offices today in Harare. The two schools that received include Bridging the Gap Academy and Good Hope Junior School. Netone gave the winners prices for becoming the top schools in the promotion and promised that the ...

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Dendairy offering hardship allowance

With the economic instability that Zimbabwe is facing the pay, allowance or wages that are been received by many no longer means anything. The business sector is going down as the value of money especially the bond note is going day and the cost of living increase nearly every day. The parallel market is increasing the rates nearly after every ...

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Mliswa warns Norton Councillors over corruption

The Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency has warned the Norton Town Councillors to desist from any form of corruption. He has since oversighted that on his twitter handle this morning that no form of corruption is allowed. “A lot of talk is made about corruption at the top but we must all make sure that our houses are clean. ...

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Mliswa to give his pay to village workers

Temba Mliswa a member of parliament for Norton Constituency yesterday pledged to give all his pay to village health workers. He said this yesterday at the World Mental health Day launch and commemorations held in Norton yesterday. He said this after appreciating the amount of work that is done by the village health workers and what they get as their ...

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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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