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Details emerge on Nurses strike

Nurses’ strike has been the talk of the whole country but reasons as to why they are on strike have just emerged and have been forwarded to the government. Zimbabwe Nurses have listed the following reasons to justify their reasons why Nurses are on strike; The first one is that the government has outstanding payments that they have not given ...

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Broken down Zambian coach perches on Second Street for days

A broken down Zambian registered long distance coach has been perched in the middle of one of Harare’s CBD access roads, Second Street for more than three days, creating an accident hotspot and blocking a whole lane just opposite the South African High Commission. In a culture now prevalent in the capital city where broken down vehicles are either abandoned ...

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Mbire Chief Daster Chisunga dies in a car accident

Guruve/Mbire district chief, Chief Daster Chisunga (47) has died. Chief Chisunga was involved in a fatal accident by the 92km peg of the Mvurwi/Kanyemba Highway when he lost control of his Landcruiser vehicle and it rolled off the road. he died on the spot. He was carrying eight passengers who were injured and stably recovering at Guruve Rural Hospital. The ...

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Windmill CEO in Rape Scandal

The trial of a Windmill Private Limited Company boss who is facing allegations of raping and impregnating his 15-year-old relative failed to kick off yesterday at Harare Magistrates’ Court after he raised some exceptions. George Rundogo, said he could not prepare a defence outline and he made an application requesting for some DNA tests and a police running diary so ...

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Winnie “Mandikizela” Mandela dies at 81

SOUTH African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died aged 81, her family have confirmed. “She succumbed peacefully in the early hours of Monday afternoon surrounded by her family and loved ones,” the family said in a statement. The ex-wife of Nelson Mandela was known as “mother of the nation” and had been admitted to hospital in January with a kidney ...

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Innovative Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe profits jump 30%

Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe has shrugged off the prevailing harsh economic environment to post an impressive set of results for the year ended December 2017 headlined by a profit after tax of US$27.6 million, up 30% from the prior year’s US$21.2 million. The bank’s Chairman, Gregory Sebborn, attributed the performance to the returns on the various interest earning instruments that the ...

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More embarrassment for RSA-Beitbridge border immigration

A Zimbabwe bound long distance bus driver was last night nabbed at the South African side of the Beitbridge border post in possession of 16 current passports all belonging to Zimbabwean citizens. It is alleged he had attempted to pass through the scanner when a vigilant immigration officer spotted an anomaly in the driver’s bag prompting a search. upon being ...

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NSSA kicks out Board chair Robbin Vela

Dramatic events at the National Social Security Authority have left the country stunned as the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare, Priscilla Kangonye (MP) sensationally fires the maverick Chairman of the Board, Robin Vela. A letter dated 27 March 2018 and signed by the Minister was precise and shed no light on the merits of the immediate dismissal. Vela who ...

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‘Support People Living With Disabilities’

Acting President, Kembo Mohadi has urged the corporate world to support people living with disabilities. Speaking at the International Day of Persons with Disabilities which was held at Caledonia in Harare yesterday, the Acting President also said the government has dedicated resources in social services and protection to improving the lives of people living with disability. “The celebrations of this ...

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MDC guillotine falls on Khupe and others as MDC cleans house

The Nelson Chamisa led MDc party that has since the fall of Morgan Richard Tsvangirai been rocked by divisions, power fights and unprecedented violence today read the riot act and rolled heads as it took up house-keeping. The exercise, conducted by the National Council, perceived as the highest decision making body in the labour backed political outfit claimed several scalps ...

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