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Chinamasa appointed as Air Zim board chairperson

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed Former Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa as board chairperson of the Air Zimbabwe. Chinamasa has served Zimbabwe Government  as a Justice Minister before. President appointed the Zanu PF secretary for finance to the job in a statement which was released on Monday. The appointment was jointly with that of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association ...

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Chamisa pays tribute to the fallen patriot Vimbai Tsvangirai- Java

The Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa has sent his condolences to the Tsvangirai and Java families after the loss of Vimbai Tsvangirai Java who passed on yesterday at a local hospital. Posting on his twitter handle Chamisa said it was sad to hear that the newly elected Women Assembly Secretary General had passed on despite peoples vigil and ...

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“He drives E Class Benz” woman tells court

A Harare woman (Shamiso Dharuru) has approached court seeking maintenance for two minor children from her former husband Andrew Machako. Speaking at the Harare Civil Court Dharuru said she wants $1 700 from Machako because he is a business man. “This man is a business man, he is a car dealer realizing $10 000, and he owns some shops. He ...

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Tout asked to pay $550 maintenance

A Harare woman has dragged her conductor estranged husband to Harare Civil Court for the maintenance of their two children. Loveness Chirombeka demanded $550 from Wellness Chiitiko for the upkeep of their children and she would like him to be part of his children because she was only maintaining their children alone. Chirombeka also added that Chiitiko used to bring ...

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Mudenda proposes cellphone ban in Parliament

Speaker of Parliament  Advocate Jacob Mudenda called for a cellphone ban at the committe citing how distracting they were during cabinet meetings. Advocate Mudenda said “I shall persuade the committee on standing rules to ban cellphones in the House. There are no cellphones during Cabinet. There are no cellphones in the judiciary services. Why should we use them in Parliament? ...

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Zimbabweans react to Mnangagwa’s “new currency promises” Remarks

President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said Zimbabwe can expect a new currency before the end of the year at a National Clean Up Campaign in Southlea Park. He added that the country cannot develop economically whilst using other countries’ currencies. Mnangagwa’s announcement brought different reactions from different people. “It’s been 81 days since Emmerson enacted SI33/2019 that introduced the RTGS$.The suggestion ...

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Fortune Chasi dissolves ZESA board

 Energy and Power Development Minister Adv. Fortune Chasi has dismissed the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) board from their services claiming they were concentrating on minor issues which are not affecting the majority. Posting on his twitter handle Adv.Chasi said he decided to dissolve the new ZESA board because it was not functioning very well and it was not serving ...

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Tytan’s Fanatics reacts to his new music video ‘Pamha’

Most of Tytans fanatics are disappointed by his new music video ‘Pamha’ which is too explicit. Posting on his facebook handle Tytan posted his new video and people were unhappy with his new video ‘Pamha’ saying it was too explicit because he had young fans who loved his music and it would not be proper to show that kind of ...

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EU responds to abduction of Teachers’ Union President

European Union (EU) said the harassment of Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union (ARTUZ) President Obert Masaraure is harmful to the reputation of the country. In a statement EU said the abuse of Civil Society leaders should be investigated thoroughly by the competent authorities. “This event follows a spate of arrests and detention of members of non-governmental organisations and trade unionists in ...

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ED promises new currency

President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that Zimbabwe should have its own currency so that it may progress in terms of the floating economy. Speaking at a clean up campaign today in Southlea Park, Harare South , ED said “There was need for Zimbabwe to have a stable currency so that it may not be affected by inflation Mnangagwa also urged those ...

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