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V.P Chiwenga dismisses poor health allegations

Vice President Costantino Guveya Chiwenga has responded to the  allegations that are on social media concerning his health. He has responded to the fake news via his twitter handle today. He wrote on his twitter handle that: “Do not believe the rumours circulating on social media about my health conditions.” This came after there were allegations that the vice president ...

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NetOne reaches out to Cholera affected places

NetOne has reached out to cholera affected places like Budiriro, Glenview and Mbare. NetOne organized a cleanup campaign that was held in Budiriro 5.   The Chief Commercial Officer Brian Mutandiro said that NetOne is reaching out to these communities in order to help out so that the issue of cholera can be solved. “We are demonstrating our oneness with ...

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Mliswa blames corrupt town Councils for Cholera Outbreak

Member of Parliament for Norton constituency Temba Mliswa has blamed local authorities for the Cholera outbreak that has affected people in Harare and other near places. Mliswa has shown his disgust on the corrupt local authorities in his recent tweets this morning. “Cholera is an archaic scourge that has been compounded not only by poor service delivery but by corruption ...

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Police suspends public gatherings

Zimbabwe Republic Police has warned the public from having public gatherings due to the cholera outbreak which the government has declared as a state of emergency. This has come to the media attention by the press release that was released by the Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba. The press statement is as follows: “The Government has declared the Cholera outbreak ...

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I have my own HIV Test kit: Mliswa

Temba Mliswa the Member of Parliament for Norton constituency has brought to light that he has his own HIV test kit that he uses before indulging in sexual activities. All these shocking discoveries where share by Mliswa himself during a press conference held today at the media centre in Harare. The press conference was in response to the allegations on ...

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TAAT bean project launched

Ministry of Lands, Agriculture and Rural resettlement has launched the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) projected today in Harare. The launch of TAAT was graced by permanent secretary in the ministry of lands, Agriculture and Rural Settlement Mr Ringson Chitsiko. Chitsiko highlighted the objectives of the project which are: Establish and strengthen National Technology Delivery partnerships, Refine intervention zones ...

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Stanbic Bank is our main Supplier of sunscreens lotions: Mainto

Loveness Mainato founder and executive director of the Albino Charity Organisation of Zimbabwe has thanked the Stanbic Bank for been its main supplier of sun screen lotions to the organisation. She mentioned this in an interview after receiving a donation from the Stanbic bank today in Harare. “The donation that we have received we cover up to 250 people around ...

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Olinda rattled by “Tytan”s sidechick

The marriage of Tytan Skhokho Nkomo and Olinda Chapel hangs in the balance as the the playboy has been caught with fingers dripping candy after after UK based beaty Tallyn Ndudzo leaks dirty flirt chat with Tytan. The chats, which start with Tytan boldly asking for nude (porn) photos of Tally before getting deep into illustrating his manly sexual prowess ...

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Breast milk has 6 months life span

Annscaria Chigumira the deputy director of Nutrition services under the Ministry of Health and Child Care encouraged women to breastfeed their babies without an excuse for a minimum of six months. She said this at a Parent Friendly Workplaces Seminar that was held today at the crown plaza hotel in Harare. During the seminar she cited a lot of benefits to ...

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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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