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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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Decoding NCDs for a healthy new Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Medical Association has held a health expo in Harare today focusing on the issues to do with Non communicable diseases (NCDs). In an interview with ZimOnline, Sharon Rusare one of the organisers from the Zimbabwe Medical Association said the Expo was to educate citizens about NCDs that are on the rise in the country. She highlighted that some of ...

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More critics for Mugabe

Following the recent interview by many foreign media houses the former President Robert Mugabe has attracted more critics for himself. In his interview Mugabe mentioned that his resignation out of the presidential office was fostered by a coup detat and that the current President Emmerson Mnangagwa was improper and illegal to the position that he is holding. He added that ...

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Court Releases Andy Muridzo On Bail

Sungura artist, Andy Muridzo, real name Andrew Kudzai Ngwenya who reportedly fled from justice after proceeding against a red traffic light and hitting three cars in the process last month has been released on bail. The accident occurred at corner Sam Nujoma Street and Josiah Tongogara Avenue in Harare. It was reported that Ngwenya who had no valid driver’s licence ...

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Court Releases Zvimba Council Boss On Bail

The Chief Executive Officer for Zvimba Rural District Council, Peter Hlohla who is being accused of engaging into illegal land deals has been released on bail. Hlohla, 40, pleaded not guilty to charges on criminal abuse of office when he appeared before magistrate Josephine Sande who remanded the matter to April 3 after granting him $300 bail. He was ordered ...

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18 Month jail Term For Bona Mugabe’s Mansion Robbers

THREE armed robbers who pounced on an upmarket property under construction owned by former President Robert Mugabe’s daughter, Bona Chikore, and got away with construction material worth $4 800 after disarming the police officer guarding the premises in Harare’s Umwinsdale suburb last year have been jailed one year six months. The trio Robson Kandenga (45), Peter Mangwiro (40) and Brighton ...

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Africa University scoops first position

Africa University has scooped the first position in the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB) Global Money Week Universities Debate which ended today at the Rainbow Towers in Harare. Public Relations manager for POSB, Simukai Mutamangira said the debate was aimed at equipping young people with financial literature. He also said the debate topics were randomly picked to measure the level ...

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President launches ICT Policy

His Excellency the President of Zimbabwe Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa has launched the country’s Information Communication Technology (ICT) Policy today at the Harare International Conference Centre. He said that, “this policy will undoubtedly provide strategic direction and guidance for sustainable national economic development through the systematic and coordinated application of ICTs.” He added that, “the policy is thus aimed at transformation, ...

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ZESA playing with fire

Secretary General of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) Mr Japhet  Moyo  has warned ZETDC not to play with fire .  He said this following the suspension of eight workers from the Energy Sector Workers Union of Zimbabwe (ESWUZ). The eight workers were suspended by ZESA on the 6th of March for allegedly being involved in a demonstration that ...

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Belgravia Shooting, Trial Date Set

The trial date for two Chinese nationals and their alleged local accomplice who are facing allegations of shooting two people they mistook for armed robbers at Belgravia Shopping Centre last month has been set. Luo Tin Pen (27), Li Yize (27) and Gamuchirai Nigel Zuze (23) who are out on US$5 000 bail each appeared before Harare magistrate Tilda Mazhande ...

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