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Obadiah Moyo denounces evidence on the Aguma test

Minister of health and childcare Obadiah Moyo has denounced the claim that the cabinet had approved the so called Aguma medicine which is said to cure HIV and AIDS as proclaimed by prophet Walter Magaya . The medicine was proclaimed to have been clinically tested in India. The minister said that Magaya must have a license and produce registered documents, ...

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Zivhu drags Mliswa to court

Member of Parliament of Chivi South, Killer Zivhu   has  dragged  his counter part, Norton Member of Parliament  Temba Mliswa  to High  Court  for defamatory statements .Zivhu  is suing  Mliswa  for $1 million over alleged tweets, through his twitter postings which alleged he fraudulently  acquired land in Norton where he is developing the Galloway middle density residential area In his request ...

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Zimpraise fills Harare Gardens

Zimpraise hosted a successful gospel show on Saturday in the Harare Gardens. The event which was free for everyone attracted thousands of people. They recorded live season 11 DVD which is called “The New Commandment.” They shared stage with Zimpraise kids, Mathias Mhere, Janet Manyowa , Sharon Manyonganise and Nyasha Mutonhori among others. Mathias Mhere performed songs from his current ...

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VID to eradicate bogus drivers licence

The introduction of electronic  provisional drivers licence tests at Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) to start on the 1st of December as a way to reduce interface with officials as well as minimising cases of alleged corruption. VID show cased the new technology at the just ended 57th Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF). The new system was exhibited at VID stand ...

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Women to take maternity leave in their first year of work

Women are now able to take maternity leave in the first year of their employment, said the Minister of Public Service and Social Welfare Dr Sekai Nzenza during a question and answer session in the senate. Women are entitled to maternity leave within their first year of employment adding that the policy is going on maternity leave after 24 months ...

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Jah Prayzah a crowd puller

Jah Prayzah launched his 13 tracked album titled Chitubu at Harare International Conference Centre on the 2nd of November . His fans did not disappoint him as they filled up HICC as he expected despite the economic hardships that people are facing. He performed only two tracks from the album, Chitubu which is the title track and Chikomo and left ...

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Controversial Magaya apologises

Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader and founder Prophet Walter Magaya apologised to the public yesterday and retracted his claim that he had found a cure for HIV and AIDS and the Ministry of health and Child care has acknowledged his apology saying he did not follow the procedure for registration. Magaya said his discovered ‘Aguma ‘ will now be ...

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NetOne cleans CBD

Net One held a cleanup campaign today in the Harare Central Business District which started at their headquarters in Rotten Row Street. The Chief Commercial Officer Brian Mutandiro said NetOne is reaching out to places affected by Cholera and that they also did a campaign in Budiriro in September this year. They also visited places which includes Glenview and Mbare ...

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Magaya to go into exile

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministry founder and president Walter Magaya  has said that he no longer feels safe being in Zimbabwe. He said this yesterday after he was raided by armed police officers who went to his offices around 7pm yesterday. This came after Magaya had claimed on Sunday that he found a medicine called Aguma which he claims that ...

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Vendors chased away from so called designated places

Some of the vendors are refusing to go, insisting that all the designated places they are told to go are full. They know if they leave, they will not have another source of income. Chasing vendors away will not solve much; instead there will be more starving people to add to those who are poverty stricken. Monday morning more than ...

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