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Mliswa blast Mutsvangwa over his RBZ sentiments

Temba Mliswa the member for parliament for Norton constituency has blasted Christopher Mutsvangwa over his comments about the corruption taking place at the Bank. This comes after Mutsvangwa had given all the blame on Tagwirei for been corrupt and receiving the money for fuel. Temba Mliswa had this to comment on his twitter account today. “I think it’s really time ...

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ZIMA clashes Magaya

Following Magaya’s claim over the HIV and AIDS cure, the Zimbabwe Medical Association has urged all patients under the ARV treatment to continue their medication until medical evidence is provided to any claim of cure. The Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader Prophet Walter Magaya said that he had been given the revelation to the cure for HIV and ...

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Chinese ceramic tile company Norton put on hold

The Chinese owned Sunny Yi Feng ceramic tile company has been put on hold following complains by the Norton Constituency Temba Mliswa. This has come as a concern by most of the Norton residences that the location of the factory was a threat to the environment. Mliswa confirmed the news on his twitter account this morning. “Operations at the Chinese ...

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Lumumba fired, Tazzen Mandizvidza suspended same day

A few days after been appointed Chairman of the Ministry of Communication task force William Mutumanje popularly known as Acie Lumumba was fired yesterday by the Minister of Finance Mthuli Ncube after unearthing gravy corruption in the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Before he made these shocking remarks on his Facebook account he actually knew what was following next as he ...

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“Zimbabwe Open for Craziness” Chamisa

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-Alliance) leader Nelson Chamisa held a press conference criticizing the current situation which he said is leading to craziness  in the country.The press conference was held today at Richard Morgan Tsvangirai building in Harare. Chamisa said everything that is happening now is because of the absence of leadership as a result of the behavior of ...

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Lumumba “whistle-blowing”, RBZ scalps start falling

Following the controversial bold outburst by the maverick William Gerald Matumanje affectionately called Acie Lumumba live on social media on Sunday that shook the and astonished the entire Zimbabwean community, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe boss has wielded the guillotine and heads are beginning to roll. Zimbabwe President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa recently warned the Forex dealers and unsurprisingly Lumumba who ...

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Kaseke set to leave ZTA

Chief Executive Officer of the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority, Mr Karikoga Kaseke has decided to leave the ZTA an institution he has led for the past 13 years. Kaseke has been leading ZTA since July 2005 after a reassignment from the ministry of transport and communications where he was permanent secretary. He confirmed his departure this week saying that he will ...

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Mliswa warns Norton Councillors over corruption

The Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency has warned the Norton Town Councillors to desist from any form of corruption. He has since oversighted that on his twitter handle this morning that no form of corruption is allowed. “A lot of talk is made about corruption at the top but we must all make sure that our houses are clean. ...

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Forex rate elapse: Medicine price still up

With the economic instability in the country it has become so expensive to buy anything especially without foreign currency. This has been evident even in the medical sector where medicine is been sold forex. The Pharmaceutical Society of Zimbabwe has released a press statement in line with the current situation in Zimbabwe. In the press statement that was made today ...

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Chamisa attacks the arrest of ZCTU leaders

Nelson Chamisa the president for the leading opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC Alliance) has attacked the arrest of ZCTU leaders.Zimbabwean trade union leaders have been arrested ahead of planned nationwide protests against the continued deterioration of the Zimbabwean economy, effectively placing the city of Harare under lockdown. “The arrest of ZCTU President Mutasa & other Labour leaders by ...

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