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Forex to be availed for pharmaceutical sector

The Vice President Kembo Mohadi has warned the pharmaceutical sector on price hiking and refusing to accept their medical aids under the banner no forex no medication.  He said this to the media yesterday following issue of price hikes that are underway in the country at the Munhumuatapa building in Harare, he said that the government is going to stabilise ...

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Government speaks on price hikes

Following the chaos that is happening in the country the government seems to be confused on the main reasons of the price hikes. Different reactions by local retailers have even made some to close due to the instability. Yesterday the Vice President Kembo Mohadi released a statement were he advised all those who are selling basic commodities to reduce their ...

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Global system not a fairground

Rueben Gwatidzo has blasted the global system especially the United Nations for been an unfair ground to all nations. His whole notion was on the fact that countries that are concentrated in the developing countries are put under the same house with those in developed countries. He said all this today during a Zimbabwe Internet Governance Forum that was held ...

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Banks starts to trim staff

Central Africa Building Society (CABS) to close two of its branches in Harare. As the country is in the grip of a mega economic crisis which has led to company closures, severe job cuts and price increases on the back of foreign currency shortages, the situation has not spared the long-time serving bank. CABS is merging Malbereign and Mabvuku branches ...

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Makandiwa speaks out

Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa prophesied on terrorism that is happening in gold mines around Zimbabwe on the 30th of September 2018 at Harare City Sports Centre. The United Family International Church (UFIC) leader gave the prophecy during a church service and reconfirmed it again last Sunday saying that people are busy concentrating on the issue of Cholera yet people are being ...

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Armed robbers in ‘taxi’ scams

Since the price hike in public transport, passengers are advised to desist  from using private transport especially in the late hours .This came to a conclusion  as most cases are being reported  that robbers are masquerading as well wishers ,offering transport at times with negotiable fee charges and passengers end up losing all their valuables and risk lives to these ...

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Fight Breast Cancer and save lives

October is regarded as breast cancer awareness month, a worldwide annual campaign involving thousands of organizations to highlight the importance of breast cancer awareness, education and research. Breast cancer is a type of disease that forms in the cells of the breast. Breast is usually associated with women, approximately 80% of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer have it ...

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No US dollar , no medicine

Zimbabwean Pharmacies  have temporarily suspended the use of medical aid cards,selling basic medicines in US dollar and some even closed due to the prevailing economic conditions . Local pharmacies claim that the current bond note cannot buy medicine  especially from outside suppliers  as a result there is no need to sell in bond notes , however the issue of basic ...

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Jah Prayzah to release 9th album

Jah Prayzer is going to launch a new album on the 2nd of November at the Harare International Conference Centre. Mukudzeyishe Mukombe popularly known as Jah Prayzah will be officially launching his 9th album titled “Chitubu” which is going to have twelve tracks on it and is expecting to fill the Conference Centre auditorium. Some tracks on the album features ...

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Godfatha Templeman not guilty

Story by Sharon Dehwe & Sharon Taruvinga The trial for local radio personality and disk jockey Simbarashe “Godfatha Templeman” Maphosa who was facing allegations of kidnapping a 16-year-old girl was pleaded not guilty at the Harare magistrates’ court today. Speaking to ZimOnline news the Templeman said that the magistrate is waiting for a report from the social welfare so that ...

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