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People with disabilities petition for grants.

Public health advocacy group, Health Watch Zimbabwe has called on the government to introduce grants for people with disabilities to help them against poverty. Speaking at a stakeholders meeting in Dzivaresekwa, Harare, at the weekend,Health Watch Zimbabwe director Sign Zhuwawo said government could introduce a disabled levy that would be used to pay the grants. “We must fight for the ...

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Nigerian Afrobeat star Kachman drop “Go Easy” single

Nigerian Afrobeat singer Anukam Onyekachi Christopher popularly known as Kachman has released a new single titled “Go Easy.” ‘Go Easy’ is an Afro tone masterpiece in which a youngman finds himself out of words to express to his dotted fiancee’s love. The single was produced by Wonder Beat. Kachman: Go Easy The Jahz Empire Records signee shot into limelight in 2015 with his ...

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Teachers Union calls for ‘Red’ tomorrow.

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) is calling upon all citizens to honour the heroes who extremely suffered in the struggle of a living wage and brighter future by wearing Red this Wednesday. In a statement the ARTUZ said they will be also mourning their heroes who lost lives as they stood up for them. “On Wednesday 10-04-2019 we ...

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Chimanimani NetOne subscribers back online

Chimanimani and Chipinge residents are now able to communicate as NetOne managed to restore its twenty four out of twenty seven base states. Thousands of Chimanimani NetOne subscribers were failing to communicate because all the base states were destroyed during the Cyclone Idai devastation. “We had a total of about twenty seven base stations and we managed to bring almost ...

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University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor, Levi Nyagura steps down.

University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura has retired after facing court case of awarding Former First Lady Grace Mugabe a fake Doctor of Philosophy degree (PHD) in 2014.                 In a statement the Chairman of the University of Zimbabwe Council, Dr Anxious J Masuka said Professor Nyagura left the institution on the thirty first of March 2018. “Professor Nyagura ...

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Man dies after being resurrected by Pastor Alph Lukau.

A South African based Zimbabwean Brighton Moyo who was controversially raised from the dead by South African Pastor Alph Lukau in February has died again following controversial circumstances. State media has reported that Brighton died last week in neighbouring South Africa in a village called St Lukes and was buried on Saturday. He was reportedly survived by his wife only ...

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fire guts Hartzell High school

One of the Manicaland five best schools , Hartzell High in Mutare,a fire gut today this morning and noone was injured. The fire is suspected to have started from the cellar of the building as a result of an electrical fault and it has destroyed some of the classrooms. The headmaster of the school Mr Shorwi Kawadza confirmed the incident,says ...

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ECD abuse video,SA authorities respond

Social Development Committee under the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa has announced that the Carletonville Crèche teacher who was captured in different videos assaulting toddlers should be placed on the National Child Protection Register after conviction, so that she can never be allowed to work with children again. In a statement, the Committee said The National Child Protection ...

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Disabled Women calls for their rights to be heard

The National Council for Disabled Persons in Zimbabwe (NCPZ) has appealed to the government to render the disabled Women’s rights such as education, health, accommodation and also to own their land. Speaking at the Media Centre today, Senator of Persons with Disabilities Rejoice Timire said they are the poor of the poorest as they are being left behind in information ...

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Human Rights Watch exposes Zimbabwe Security Forces ruthless acts

Human Rights Watch (HRW) exposes the shameful secrets and ruthless acts of the Zimbabwe Security Forces which happened in January 2019 unrest period of the three day stay away. The organisation documented the investigations of the Zimbabwe security forces (army and police) using excessive lethal force to crush nationwide protests from January 14 to early February. Human Rights Watch Southern ...

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