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Zimbabweans to fight vandalism

Zimbabweans have been urged to unite and fight against vandalism of ZESA property as this will affect hospitals as well as factories that deals with perishable goods. This follows a report made from Sheparton suburb in Marondera where a wooden pole was cut down. Secretary for Information Minister Nick Mangwana confirmed the incident saying the Vandals were disturbed before they ...

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Flash floods hit Beitbridge

Beitbridge town’s oldest suburb Dulivhadzimu was hit by flash floods destroying infrastructures such as roads and bridges making the area inaccessible. The suburb is located in a low lying area. Dulivhadzimu is said to have become a common flooding zone in which rains have destroyed roads while sand has also blocked sewer pipes. Beitbridge Mayor Mr Munyaradzi Chitsunge stated that ...

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Foreigners to benefit under Road Accident Fund

South-Africa based company said it is ready to help foreigners who get injured in road accidents within the borders as well as relatives of those who die in accidents to benefit from Road Accident Fund (RAF) under Road Fund Act (RFA). Director of a dynamic black commercial law firm Wakaba and Partners Attorneys Mr Maxhoba Wakaba said many foreigners are ...

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Top Lawyer Sucked in Diamond Case

Top Lawyer Sucked In Diamond Case

Top Lawyer Sucked in Diamond Case Top lawyer and legislator for Mudzi South Constituency, Jonathan Samkange has been sucked into a diamond case in which the state stands to lose USD2.5million dollars.Samkange is said to be pursuing the release of rough diamonds that Israeli pilot Ishmuel Kaikan Klein was found in possession of at the then Harare International Airport in ...

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Zimbabwe expects bumber harvest

Grain Marketing Board (GMB) said they are expecting a good bumper harvest this year as compared to previous years following the good rains that have been received this season. They are also negotiating with Cottco to allow them use some of its facilities. During the National Assembly question time, Minister for Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Resettlement Dr Anxious Masuka ...

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NBSZ appeals for blood donations

The National Blood Service of Zimbabwe (NBSZ) said their blood stocks are critically low due to reduced number of donations coming in. Henceforth, they are appealing to blood donors of all blood groups to make that lifesaving donations. Press statement from NBSZ In a press statement, NBSZ’s Communication Officer Ephraim Mubayi stated that the blood is urgently needed inorder to ...

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VP Chiwenga Humbly sets Example for Zimbabweans

Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr Constantino Chiwenga has today dismissed fake statements that foreign Covid-19 vaccines are targeted at Africans by taking his first dose of the vaccine. According to the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services he was the first to receive the vaccine at Wilkins Hospital today. Meanwhile, President Mnangagwa also thanked ...

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Opposition councils have failed people: ED

President Mnangagwa said the people have suffered in the hands of opposition led councils and they must be voted out as they have abused their powers. Adressing the first Politburo meeting yesterday, President Mnangagwa said the Opposition is responsible for the delayed progress in urban councils and they must be rooted out. “We must vote them out of these councils, ...

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Govt to repair abandoned roads

 Government said it is mobilising funds for the repair and rehabilitation of abandoned roads by local authorities arguing that they are now becoming death traps for the travelling public. The govenment has declared the repairing of the abandoned roads as a State of Disaster to enable resource mobilisation. In a speech, Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Senator Monica Mutsvangwa ...

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Vaccine to boost economy-ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the economy will boost very fast if the majority of the country’s population is vaccinated against the incessant Covid-19 pandemic which has claimed the lives of many. At the R.G Mugaabe International Airport In his Twitter account, Mnangagwa said the first batch of vaccines was successfully delivered at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport. Henceforth, vaccination ...

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