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Hwange Colliery board must resign: ZIMCODD

Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt Development (ZIMCODD) has demand that the current board of the Hwange Colliery Company must resign with immediate effect. ZIMCODD held a press conference yesterday where they addressed the government concerning Hwange Colliery Mine workers who have not been paid since 2014. They have also demanded for a commission of inquiry to look into the issue of ...

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Woman Kills Baby To Save Marriage

A bid to save a marriage backfired after an Epworth woman was arrested for strangling her new born baby to death. The State alleges that Grace Mukwena, 23, was married to Proud Tole for the past four months when she was five months pregnant, having been impregnated by her former boyfriend Taurai Chagidza of Mutare. When she got married to ...

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Teachers to go on industrial strike

The Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association has declared an industrial action that will start on the 08th of May 2018. The major reasons for this industrial action are due to the low remuneration and allowances that were withdrawn from the teachers. The teacher’s vacation was suspended in 2016, the Head of Department (HOD), Teacher in Charge, Special Responsibility and Acting allowances were ...

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ZCTU guns at President Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union has castigated the present administration led by President Mnangagwa for neglecting workers` welfare and called on the government to address the situation or face nationwide industrial action. National ZCTU member Nicholas Mazarura told a handful of workers gathered at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo yesterday that government was not taking workers issues seriously and should stop ...

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HIFA kicks off on a high note

Harare International Festival of Arts had its official opening for its 2018 ‘We Count’ session last night at the Harare Gardens. Despite the heavy rains that unexpectedly fell before the official opening, people were already gathering for an unforgettable special night of the festival. In an interview with one of the performing artist Mae Sithole, she said that “It was ...

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G40 insiders mare ZANU PF primaries

Violence marred the Zanu PF primary elections which ended last night in Masvingo province amid allegations of vote rigging by the Lacoste team which wanted to make sure that all candidates with the ousted G40 cabal links would not win. The party has two factions ,one which was led by former first lady Grace Mugabe and backed by his husband, ...

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