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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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Deputy Minister Haritatos speaks on “Wheat to bread value chain”

Deputy Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement, Vengelis Haritatos addressed stakeholders on the issue of wheat at a conference held today at Harare International Conference Centre. The conference was held under the theme “Promoting Value Addition and Beneficial through Restoring Efficiency and Sustainability along the Wheat to bread value chain.” He said that the production of wheat must be ...

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Shasha drops another hit

Upcoming Jazz musician Batsirai Shasha intimately known as Shasha is launching a music single “muroora” in Belgravia, Harare at an event sponsored by Mutaka Media on the 19th of October 2018. The song features the popular award winning Afro-fusion musician Alexio Kawara and Shasha will be sharing stage with his colleague Droba and Afro-wave band. He said “muroora” is a ...

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Chiwenga to rest before bouncing back to the office

President Emmerson Mnangagwa  yesterday visited VP Chiwenga and his wife Mary at their residence following their return from South Africa, where they were receiving treatment. George Charamba said Health and Child Care Deputy Minister Dr  John Mangwiro who had accompanied  the VP Chiwenga  and his wife  to South Africa  briefed the President that  the V P needed time to rest ...

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Health decline in Zimbabwe

The economic crisis in Zimbabwe has led to a shortage supply of medicine and treatment, Zimbabwe’s proud health system is deteriorating at an alarming rate, health facilities are worsening drastically following the foreign currency shortages leading to high cost price of medical drugs in hospitals and pharmacies. Meanwhile the Vice President of Zimbabwe Constantino Chiwenga arrived from South Africa a ...

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NetOne awards School for less promotion grand prize winners

NetOne has awarded two of the three schools that won in the NetOne School for less promotion. The ceremony took place at the NetOne offices today in Harare. The two schools that received include Bridging the Gap Academy and Good Hope Junior School. Netone gave the winners prices for becoming the top schools in the promotion and promised that the ...

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Dendairy offering hardship allowance

With the economic instability that Zimbabwe is facing the pay, allowance or wages that are been received by many no longer means anything. The business sector is going down as the value of money especially the bond note is going day and the cost of living increase nearly every day. The parallel market is increasing the rates nearly after every ...

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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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Mliswa to give his pay to village workers

Temba Mliswa a member of parliament for Norton Constituency yesterday pledged to give all his pay to village health workers. He said this yesterday at the World Mental health Day launch and commemorations held in Norton yesterday. He said this after appreciating the amount of work that is done by the village health workers and what they get as their ...

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Men also at risk of breast cancer

Breast Cancer has become a cause for concern in men as it is an uncommon disease and is still very rare in different countries .The male breast cancer is commonly known as non-lump breast cancer, representing approximately 1% of cancers that occurs in men. In Zimbabwe breast cancer affects one in every 10 women and one in every 100 men, ...

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