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Zimbabweans react to government’s new currency promises.

A number of significant people on social media have reacted to government’s announcement that Zimbabwe will get new currency in November. The announcement frustrated people, saying that the government is now confusing them. “Your report must not confuse people like this. The new Zim dollar currency was already introduced, what will be issued are new notes and coins. Is that ...

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Water crisis,Government dragged to court

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has taken the government to court on behalf of Community Water Alliance challenging over the dire water situations in the Capital . In the case ZLHR called upon the government to find another alternative to provide water to the Capital City residents. “At 2.30 PM, Justice Owen Tagu will preside over the hearing of ...

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MISA responds to ED’s remarks on media law reforms

Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zimbabwe has dismissed President Mnangagwa’s claim that he repealed the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (AIPPA) legislation which also includes media law reforms . For over a decade now,media practitioners particularly those outside state media in Zimbabwe have been subject to police harassment. In a statement MISA said (AIPPA) is still ...

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US spikes Marange diamonds

United States of America has condemned the importation of Marange diamonds in America giving forced labor as the reason for the procurement produced through forced labor.  US slammed a door on the Marange by putting them off their shelf claiming they were produced through forced labor. “U.S Customs & Border Protection issued a Withhold Release Order for Zimbabwe’s, Marange diamond ...

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Missing person alert

Zimbabwe Republic Police is appealing for information that may assist in the location of Filson Namatai Chirowodza a young man from Old Highfields, aged 23 and was last seen on November 28 last year. In a statement, Harare Provincial Community Relations Liaison Officer Inspector T. Dube appealed to members of the public to help in location of the missing young ...

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China commemorates 70 years of communist rule

Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services has congratulated China for celebrating 70 years of Communism rule. Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services applauded China for assisting Zimbabwe to fight against sanctions imposed by EU and US. “Today the People’s Republic of China celebrates its 70th anniversary. China has stood by Zimbabwe from the liberation struggle, up to the ...

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Breast Cancer Awareness month

Breast cancer awareness month is a yearly campaign with a plan to educate people especially women on the importance of early screening ,tests and treatment. Awareness campaigns again give space to raise funds for life saving research into its cause ,prevention ,diagnosis,treatment and cure. October is breast cancer awareness month ,an annual awareness of the disease from Tuesday 1 to ...

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Biti speaks on the banning of mobile money services

Former Finance Minister and MDC-A Vice President Tendai Biti said the banning of cash-in, cash-out and cash back transactions by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will not stop the parallel market. Minister of Finance Mthuli Ncube yesterday announced that the RBZ will outlaw cash-in, cash out and cash back transactions as to reduce burden on citizens who are losing ...

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ZIFA mourns Dhana and Chilufya

Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has paid its condolences to the Dynamos midfielder Hamid Dhana well known as Muzukuru and Highlanders midfielder Charles Chilufya after the passing away of the two soccer legends who passed on the 29th of September. “ZIFA joins the families and friends of Hamid Dhana and Charles Chilufya in mourning the passing of the former footballers on ...

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Mother in-law exposes son in-law

A Harare woman tells the court that her son in-law was reportedly raped a 14 years old girl. This matter came to light at the Harare Civil Court today where Ruramai Mutemaringa was applying for maintenance of Brian Taruvinga’s two minor children. Mutemaringa appeared to court on behalf of her daughter Tsitsi whom she said is in South Africa looking ...

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