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A Journalism student at the University of Zimbabwe. I am a dynamic young lady eager to pursue a career path in Journalism and Communication Skills.

ZACC to deal with ‘rogue’ Phamarcies

Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) said it is carrying its investigations on phamarcies and health facilities that have been selling medicine at exorbitant prices in foreign currency. ZACC spokesperson Commissioner John Makamure said they have been receiving several complaints from members of the public regarding this issue which led them to carry out their own investigations. Phamarcies have been receiving foreign ...

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Justice Clement Phiri succumbs to Covid-19

High Court Judge Justice Clement Phiri has died from Covid-19 related illness. The High Court whip whose family had recently recovered from the pandemic respiratory ailment could not make it after testing positive two days earlier. Last year Justice Phiri had part of his foot amputated. He recovered and was now preparing to get a shoe for the remaining part. ...

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‘Power load shedding returns’, ZESA

Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) would like to inform its valued customers that they will be limited power supply in the national grid due to a technical fault at Hwange Power Station. In a statement, ZESA said the technical fault will result in load curtailment of about 200MW during the evening peak period of 1600hrs to 1900hrs. “Restoration of service ...

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Dzuda left many friends than foes

The late Veteran Broadcaster and Head of Marketing at Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) Piwayi Dzuda has left many friends than enemies who will continue praising his work to the media industry. Zimbabwe’s media fratenity has indeed lost a real asset Dzuda who succumbed to Covid-19 a deadly disease at the moment. “Veteran media personality Piwai Dzuda was a friend, a ...

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Mnangagwa overwhelmed over Covid-19

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa urges people not to lose heart but continue fighting Covid-19 to overcome it. He alluded that in a speech he made at the National Heroes Acre where two National Heroes were being laid to rest Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba and Moton Dizzy Paul Malianga. President Mnangagwa said the Covvid-19 pandemic is stronger and is spreading very fast. ...

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Deputy Head arrested for ‘whipping’ pupils

Deputy Head of Chemhanza High School was arrested for ‘whiiping’ some pupils for alleged acts of misconduct. A 52 year old Tarirai Mararike was arrested by police officers following a recent report made by 23 students on the brutal beating. Mararike’s arrest was confirmed by National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi saying they are still investigating the incident as ...

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First Lady calls for a 3 day fasting and praying

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has called for a 3 day fasting and praying against Covid-19 which has took the lives of many. In a statement, she urges all women in and outside Zimbabwe to join her in praying and fasting to the Lord Almighty starting tomorrow upto Sunday for the nation to be spared from further calamity and suffering. “As ...

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60 died of Covid-19 in 24hrs

The Ministry of Health yesterday recorded Covid-19 mortality tally of 60 in 24hrs making Monday the darkest day of the era. The Ministry revealed that 36 of those who died where from Harare which marks it the ‘blackspot’ of the nation following the highest records of Covid cases recorded yesterday. Secretary Minister for Information Nick Mangwana has also confirmed, “Positive ...

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Minister died of Covid-19

Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs and Devolution Ellen Gwaradzimba has died of Covid-19. Zanu PF Manicaland Provincial Chairperson Mike Madiro has confirmed her death. Gwaradzimba has been receiving her treatment few weeks ago when she tested positive to Covid. Secritary for Information Minister Nick Mangwana on his post on Twitter, urges the public to stay safe at home ...

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Rushwaya granted bail

Harare Magistrate Ngoni Nduna granted $100,000 bail to former Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZFM) boss Henrietta Rushwaya following her arrest last year for bribery and attempting to smuggle 6kg of gold to Dubai. Nduna ordered Rushwaya to deposit $100, 000 bail, barred her from travelling nearer than 20km to any border and ordered her to also report three times a week ...

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