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Khupe ready for presidential election

Sacked vice president for the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) Thokozani Khupe has showed her preparedness to go for the presidential election regardless of her expulsion from the party. Following the death of Tsvangirai, MDC-T has been on a threat to break and it seems like the crack is growing every day. MDC-T has produced evidence through their own twitter ...

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Dr Tumi to share stage with Mahendere and Takesure

South African contemporary gospel musician, Tumisang Makweya (Dr Tumi) is expected to arrive in Harare on Friday afternoon for Thy kingdom Come Worship summit to be held on Saturday 14th of April at the Harare International Conference Centre. Apostle Batsirai Java who will host Thy kingdom Come Worship Summit said the aim of the conference is to bring people to ...

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Government to create 400 000 jobs

The minister of Labour and Social Welfare, honourable Petronella Kagonye said her ministry is working towards creating 400 00 jobs. Honorable Kagonye said this at the employment creation dialogue which was held yesterday in Harare. She also said that the creation of these jobs is a thing that the ministry will see unto completion within a period of two years. ...

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Chamisa blasts politicians for campaigning in churches

Advocate Nelson Chamisa has revealed his disgust on politicians that have been taking the Easter holiday as a platform to campaign for the fourth coming elections in different churches. In his Road to Victory dialogue (R2V) Chamisa has highlighted that he was deeply pained by some of my colleagues in the political industry who continue to belittle God and the ...

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City parking lots hazardous for cars

The Harare parking slots have become a danger to the entire motoring public in the city.  This has become a serious issue of major concern following continuous incidents of cars getting stuck on these slots. A Harare man has complained over the poor maintenance of the parking slots after his car got stuck in the mud around the CBD area. ...

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Chamisa unveils innovative Road to Victory (R2V) platforms

Advocate Nelson Chamisa will launch a weekly series dubbed Road to Victory (R2V) which is an interactive platform to share ideas and his vision for the imminent new Zimbabwe that sets in after the watershed forthcoming plebiscite. According to the statement that was given by the  Presidential Spokesperson of the MDC T Luke Tamborinyoka, he mentioned that the series will ...

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MDC-T must nullify all primary elections results

Jacob Ngarivhume the President for Transform Zimbabwe has forwarded a request to the MDC Alliance that, MDC-T must nullify all the primary election results for the Constituencies allocated to his party and make an unequivocal undertaking that there will be no MDC-T candidates contesting in seats allocated to Alliance partners. This issue was raised by the Transform Zimbabwe Party today ...

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Turkey to help Ministry of Health and Child care

The ambassador of Turkey to Zimbabwe, Hakan Kivanc has made a curtesy call to the Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa at his Kaguvi Offices today. The two discussed on various issues including Turkey medical teachers coming to Zimbabwe to train Zimbabwean doctors after revealing that Turkey intends to help the ministry. After the meeting, Dr Parirenyatwa ...

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Ministry of Health and Child Care appeals for help

The minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa has appealed to the corporate world to offer assistance to the ministry. The minister said this at a hand over ceremony that was held at Kaguvi Building in Harare today where Nestle Nutrition Institute Africa (NNIA) donated 63 Neonatal Resuscitation kits to the Ministry of Health and Child Care. In ...

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Zibawu protest against Stanbic Bank

Zimbabwe Banks and Allied Workers Union continue to protest at the Stanbic Bank along Samora Macheal Avenue in Harare. The protest is against the unfair treatment of female workers from Stanbic bank. The management of the bank is alleged to have been demanding sex from the female workers. In an interview Shepard Bingura with one of the protesters, he mentioned ...

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