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National dialogue continues:ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the national dialogue will continue and it will not be interrupted, criticizers will not be entertained. At a press conference held at the conclusion of the third session of Zimbabwe-South Africa Bi- National Commission Summit in Harare Mnangagwa said he was determined to work hard and improve the country and those who did not want ...

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Mthuli Ncube not considering adoption of SA Rand.

The Finance Minister of Zimbabwe has said the chances of Zimbabwe either adopting the SA Rand as its main currency next to the RTGS dollar or joining the rand monetary unit was not under consideration. Ncube spoke to the media that the adoption of the rand was not necessary as the country had completed its “currency changes”, on the sidelines ...

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Journos mourn Judith Makwanya

Veteran ZBC top reporter and diplomatic correspondent Judith Makwanya died yesterday around 11pm at the West End clinic in Harare after she was diagnosed with high blood pressure last Thursday. Makwanya’s condition worsened on Monday evening when she suffered a stroke. She was 56. The Ministry of Information Publicity and Broadcasting confirmed Makwanya’s death “Government learns with sadness of the ...

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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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Chamisa ready to learn from Mugabe’s mistakes

The Movement for Democratic Change(MDC-A) leader said he expects to visit the former President Robert Mugabe and hopes to acquire knowledge on how to govern the country from him. Addressing the party’s fanatics on Saturday during a rally in Sakubva held at Chisamba Grounds in Mutare Chamisa said he wished to meet Mugabe and he may learn from his mistakes ...

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Veteran Journalist Judith Makwanya dies.

The reporter of the former President Robert Mugabe Ms Judith Makwanya has died. Makwanya was admitted into a hospital on Monday with a medical emergency. She was a committed media practitioner and an inspiring voice. Ms Judith Makwanya was the ZBC diplomatic correspondent and challenged crude gender barriers in Zimbabwe’s broadcasting industry. The Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting confirmed ...

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Chamisa humbled by Mugabe’s backup

Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa said he is humbled by Former President’s Robert Mugabe’s backup before and during July 2018 Harmonised elections. Addressing Party supporters at a ‘Thank You Rally’ on Saturday in Mutare Chamisa said he is humbled that Mugabe had publicly announced that he will vote for him. “I am humbled that Mr Mugabe went publicly ...

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No dispute between ED and Chiwenga: Khaya Moyo

The ZANU-PF Spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo has dismissed rumors that there is rift between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Vice President Constantino Chiwenga; he also urged the public to desist from yellow journalism. ZANU-PF Spokesperson Ambassador Khaya Moyo cleared the claims saying there was no rift between the two political gurus.Party critics were the ones spreading these falsehoods. Moyo said ...

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Mangudya equates fuel shortages to expanding economy.

Zimbabwe’s Central Bank Chief John Panonetsa Mangudya  said that the fuel shortages in the country are a result of a growing economy as he addressing Parliament. Mangudya made the remarks before the Parliamentary Portifolio Committee on Energy  and Power chaired by Uzumba Member of Parliament Simbaneuta Mudarikwa on Thursday, 7 March. He was responding to a question on the ongoing ...

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Ethiopian Airlines crashes, kills 157

An Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia’s capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. More than 30 nationalities are among the dead. It was not immediately clear what caused the crash of the Boeing 737-8 MAX plane, which was new ...

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