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The Bishop who touched thousands of hearts in Africa to preach at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding

The Presiding Bishop of the American Episcopal Church an American branch of the Worldwide Anglican community, the Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry who touched thousands of lives in Africa with his powerful sermon, “Go, Go, Go”, he preached in Zimbabwe in June 2017, will be the man to preach at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at Windsor Castle. Preaching ...

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14 559 cases of abuse reported in 2017

A total of 14 559 cases of abuse were reported last year, the Zimbabwe Child Helpline community has revealed. Clemence Wega, the finance director for Childline  Zimbabwe revealed these statistics in a press conference that was held today in preparation of the International Child Helpline Day on the 17th of May 2018. The organisation also revealed that out of the ...

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ZCTU guns at President Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union has castigated the present administration led by President Mnangagwa for neglecting workers` welfare and called on the government to address the situation or face nationwide industrial action. National ZCTU member Nicholas Mazarura told a handful of workers gathered at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo yesterday that government was not taking workers issues seriously and should stop ...

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Tragedy hits Nyaradzo hitmaker Tedious Matsito family

Tadious Matsito, on of Zimbabwe’s famed musical talent that remains a hit to date has lost his ten year old son today. Matsito who went through a leg amputation in South Africa in 2016 has also suffered a secondary stroke that has left him needing speech therapy and a handicap to his left arm and shoulder. Speaking to his nephew ...

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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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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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“Sickening” demo: Striking Drs. demand Parirenyatwa’s daughter

Zimbabwe’s Public Health Doctors staging a strike that has now officially debilitated the health institutions have crossed an ethical line, brandishing a demo placard demanding the hand of Health Minister David Parirenyatwa’s daughter in marriage for $329.00 The Doctors, who are claiming to being paid that amount in salaries, though they would not disclose other incentives, allowances and benefits have ...

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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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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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Government Feeding Programs Beers Fruits

The school feeding programme which was introduced by the government has initiated a positive impact on attendances by school children in drought-prone Masvingo’s Chivi District. During the hand-over of food stuffs and stationery donated in Chivi Central constituency last week by TZU Chi Foundation, primary school heads revealed that they were now recording maximum attendance, with the provision of meals ...

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