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Government to increase civil servants salaries.

Government has pledged to avail $400 million to cushion on the cost of living escalating for civil servants for with effect from 1April 2019, with the least paid employee taking home over $600 as it considers its workers from the ongoing economic challenges. The salary increases will range from 13 percent to 29 percent, depending on grades. This will be ...

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People react to Government’s fake promises of normalising basic goods

Most Zimbabweans have expressed their frustration over price hikes considering that the Government had promised normality of prices in April. Two months ago the Government said it was developing a plan for providing affordable and cheaper goods in April but all those were fake promises.  “We are putting a framework in place where we will be able to assist the ...

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Chamisa’s MDC heading towards disaster.

The defeat of the MDC candidates in last weekend’s council election in Coudray Park, Bulawayo, should be a wake up sign to the county’s main opposition party ahead of the 2023 national elections. The fielding of double candidates Collet Ndlovu and Nomagugu Mloyi handed an evil gift to Zanu-PF the victory as its candidate-Kidwell Mujuru profited from dissatisfied voters who ...

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Mliswa challenges Paliamentarian Women on behalf of Mohadi’s ex wife

Norton Constituency Honourable Temba Mliswa has called the female Parliamentarians to stand with Senator Tambudzani Mohadi to expose her brutal attacks by her ex-husband Vice President Kembo Mohadi. Responding to Mohadi’s ruthless actions Mliswa said he is appealing for a woman as a mother not just to Honorable Tambudzani. “I don’t want to talk about Tambudzani Mohadi in her position ...

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Resign Mohadi: Temba Mliswa

The Legislator for Norton, Temba Mliswa has called upon Vice President Kembo Mohadi to retire after he attacked his estranged wife Tambudzani Mohadi in front of law enforcers in a battle for property. Mliswa said Mohadi was supposed to be responsible for his action and he was supposed to face the law after he infringed his ex-wife rights by attacking ...

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Harare City Council employees on con game

Harare City Council employees are reportedly to have been swindled City chiefs millions of dollars using unregistered POS machines. In a statement the organisation said the collected revenue was never submitted to the Council and they had discovered it when they take an operational procedure. The Council said out of 43 district offices that they visited for an audit they ...

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Third party in national dialogue: Jacob Mafume

The Movement for Democratic Change Alliance(MDC-A)Spokesperson Jacob Mafume has said for the national dialogue to take place in Zimbabwe there should be a third party involved in the talks to address the differences between ZANU-PF and MDC-A. Mafume said there was need for an unbiased party in the process of the talks so that there will be fair talks and ...

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Chamisa admits Bulawayo defeat.

MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday blamed his party’s divided leadership and its support for their loss in a by-election of Ward 28 in Cowdray Park, Bulawayo, long believed to be the bedrock of opposition support. Zanu-PF candidate Cde Kidwell Mujuru romped to victory in the by-election held at the weekend after getting 1 899 votes, beating his closest challenger ...

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No violence in MDC-A:Jacob Mafume

The Movement for Democratic Change Alliance(MDC-A)Spokesperson Jacob Mafume has condemned violence in the party after there was disturbance at a Chitungwiza rally were some officials were left injured. Mafume said MDC-A party was not in support of violence or indulging in any violence and those participating in it are prone to be dismissed from the party. “We don’t have room ...

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No foreigners took South African jobs: Malema

Commander in Chief of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and a Revolutionary Activist for Radical change in South Africa Julius Malema said foreigners are not taking South African jobs but the White people who are refusing to invest in South Africa. Addressing his party’s supporters in South Africa Malema said Whites are the ones who are hiring Black Africans in a ...

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