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Reserve Bank Responds to Smart Protest from Anonymous

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has dismissed fake news circulating on social media purporting that there is a People’s Wholesale and Retail market at 80 Samora Machel Avenue in Harare. An anonymous twitter circulating on social media mocks Mangudya giving his phone number as reference to customers. The tweet has got a list of basic commodities and reasonable prices for ...

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Chamisa and Khupe share same roof at Vimbai’s funeral

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) leader Nelson Chamisa shared the same roof with MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe as he also came to her rescue after she was negatively chanted by the crowd at the funeral service of Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java. Addressing mourners at City Sports Centre Adv.Chamisa condemned disrespectful behaviour by the crowd, saying Dr Khupe worked hand in hand ...

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Zimbabwean KNE dancegroup rocks Britain’s Got Talent

Zimbabwean dance and entertainment group known as KNE based in the UK has made waves in Britain’s Got Talent as they reached the semi finals. The founder of the group is a Zimbabwean born Ishe Chirimuuta commonly known as Isha Nemesis. The group comprises of Isha Nemesis, Tafuma Minya also known as Tee Nemesis who hails from Zimbabwe as well ...

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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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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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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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Ammara Brown to perform at Afrolavida Festival

Ammara Brown is set to perform at the Afrolavida  music festival in Cyprus from the 28th to the 30th of June this year. The female musician is making waves on the international scene as she is seen staging international shows regularly. The singer recently went to Zambia and for a performance last month. Ammara will perform at the annual event ...

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Zimbabweans react to appointment of Tourism Ambassador

Appointment of Tendai Mtawarira (the Beast) as Tourism Ambassador by Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality has caused mixed reactions amongst Zimbabweans on social media. The rugby union player who plays for the Sharks in Super Rugby and in the Currie Cup represents the South African national team (the Springboks) , is now a South African citizen to whom the ...

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Zim Artist (Maraire) rocks Holywood

A Zimbabwean hip-hop artist Dumi Maraire Jr better  known as Draze , has made waves in Hollywood movies following his good work in creating music for Hollywood movies, TV shows and commercials. Draze who is also young brother to the late popular musician Chiwonisa Maraire is looking forward in working with Africa’s best talent to help them with music placements ...

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Caster Semenya wins court ruling against IAAF

Caster Semenya has won a major victory against last month’s International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) ruling which threatened to stop her from competing with other women on the tracks. The Olympic gold winner’s lawyers have announced that the Swiss Federal Supreme Court has suspended the implementation of the IAAF’s regulations for athletes with “differences of sex development” with regards ...

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