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Mnangagwa claims he made remarkable progress since 2017

In contrary to the acute deterioration of services and amenities in Zimbabwe, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed that he made notable achievements in the country since November 2017 to date. Addressing delegates at the 74th United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York Mnangagwa applauded himself that he managed to stabilize macro-and fiscal economy.This is despite the spiraling exchange rate ...

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RBZ says ED’s ally accounts remain frozen

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has dismissed reports that went viral on both traditional and social media that it had unfrozen the four accounts it had frozen. The central bank ordered all banks last week to suspend the accounts belonging to one of President Mnangagwa closest ally, namely Sakunda Holdings owned by Kudakwashe Tagwirei, Croco Motors, Access Finance and ...

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NASCOH calls for the rights of the disabled

National Association of Societies Care Of the Handicapped (NASCOH) has called upon the government to consider rights of those with disabilities. NASCOH urged the state to involve those who are handicapped in all the proceedings taking place in Zimbabwe than putting them at the peripheries. Addressing audience at Deaf Trust commemorations at Harare Gardens on the 25th of September 2019 ...

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ZHDA castigates ZRP officials

Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors association (ZHDA) has condemned the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) after preventing Dr Peter Magombeyi to seek medical treatment in foreign countries after the High Court had ordered him to seek medical treatment in foreign countries. “We as ZHDA strongly condemn the actions taken by the ZRP to prevent our Acting President Dr Peter Magombeyi from leaving on ...

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Police blocks Magombeyi travel: Zimbabweans react

Zimbabweans have reacted to the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s (ZRP) reportedly blocking Dr Magombeyi to seek medical treatment in South Africa. The move by the police angered a number of people on social media. “Was VP Chiwenga fit to travel when he went for medical treatment abroad? Was President Mnangagwa fit to travel as well after he consumed ice cream and ...

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Harare City temporary supply water

Harare City Council yesterday posted that it had secured chemicals to resume water production temporary since the supply will only last for a week while a permanent solution is being worked out. The progress was implemented after Harare City Council had cut water supplies the entire Harare Metropolitan area, citing the shortages of critical treatment chemicals. Government last week claimed ...

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Ruhanya calls ED to fire Mutodi

Programmes Manager for Crisis in Zimbabwe Pedzisai Ruhanya has called upon President Emmerson Mnangagwa to relieve the Deputy Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Energy Mutodi from his duties after his tweets dissing the Midlands State University. Ruhanya said Mutodi was tarnishing the image of the Mnangagwa regime following his disturbing posts on twitter. “Dear President Mnangagwa: Out of respect, ...

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Reverend Ndoro dismisses late pastor Dambaza’s wife infidelity

Reverend Craig Ndoro have dismissed amid reports that the late senior pastor Berry Dambaza had walked on his wife pants down with another man at the church premises. The reverend claims that Sithembeni, the late pastor’s wife was at home and not at church, nursing her mother-in-law who was suffering from a stroke and she died a few hours after ...

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Bishop commits suicide: Mai Titi speaks out

Comedian and a socialite Felistas Murata Edwards aka Mai Titi said she witnessed the death of a prominent Harare preacher Bishop Berry Dambaza. Dambaza is suspected to have committed suicide after he fell to his death from a fourth-floor car park at Rezende Mall in Harare yesterday. Mai Titi posted an emotional message on her Facebook page, describing the way ...

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ZLHR wins case against police

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has won a case against Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) at High Court who were suspending Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) leader Dr Peter Magombeyi to seek medical treatment in foreign countries after his alleged staged abduction. “Zimbabwe High Court Order Police Zimbabwe to allow ZHDA official leader Dr Magombeyi to travel to South Africa to ...

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