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MDC to stage another protest

Movement for Democratic Change – Alliance (MDC) led by Advocate Nelson Chamisa has scheduled a protest for Wednesday 11 of July to be held in Harare. The protest is against Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s (ZEC) alleged failure to provide the MDC with a complete Biometric Voters Roll and transparency on the ballot paper printing process. The convener for the protest will ...

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Mbeu launches first album

Upcoming afro jazz and conscious music artist, Ashton Nyahora popularly known as Mbeu has released his first album titled ‘Hatizvimirire’. The album was launched last Saturday at Pakare paye Arts Centre in Norton. Eugene Museredza, who is the band manager, expressed his gratitude towards those who had facilitated the production of the album. “Hatizvimirire is a phrase which explains Mbeu’s ...

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Zimbabwe Launches the first Intellectual Property Policy

Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Honourable Ziyambi Ziyambi has launched the first Zimbabwe Intellectual Property Policy and Implementation Strategy (ZNIPPIS) for 2018-2022. The event was held at the Rainbow Towers Hotel in Harare today. The launch was running under the theme “A Knowledge based economy for the purpose of achieving a dynamic economy and vigorous society through the ...

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Women urged to be courageous

Women have been urged to be courageous and not to expert things on a silver platter just because their women. This was said by Rachel Nyaradzo Adams who was the guest speaker at the recently launched Talia Women’s Network held on the 15th of June at Cresta Lodge in Msasa, Harare. The event was themed, ‘Collaborating to Provide African Solutions ...

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Miss Tourism Harare search ends

Miss Tourism Harare search has ended following an event that was held at New Ambassador Hotel last Saturd ay. The blissful event had nine contenders from Harare Metropolitan province and the winner is scheduled to contest at the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe to be held in September. Out of the nine, Panashe Peterson who, 21, became the Queen for Harare followed ...

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My CV is alright. But Zimbabwe is not: Nkosana Moyo

Alliance for People’s Agenda (APA ) presidential candidate, Dr Nkosana Donald Moyo has said that he is not contesting in the fourth coming elections to enhance his Curricula Vitae (CV). He posted these comments today on his twitter handle following comments from people who were accusing him for entering the presidential elections as someone looking forward to enhance his CV. ...

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ZEC Crushes hope for electronic voters roll

Zimbabwe Electoral commission (ZEC) will be producing the voters roll as a hard copy and not as an electronic copy as a many political parties anticipated. ZEC held a press conference today in which they have crushed the hopes of many politicians who expected to receive the ‘promised’ voters roll as an electronic copy. Justice Priscilla Chigumba, who is the ...

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Mliswa questions the financial support of other presidential candidates

Norton Member of Parliament, Temba Mliswa has questioned the financial support of the other presidential candidates. On his twitter platform, Mliswa suggested other presidential candidates should have joined these major parties like ZANU PF led by Emmerson Mnangagwa, MDC Alliance for Nelson Chamisa and a few others. “ZEC did very well in giving opportunity to those who wished to stand ...

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Zimbabwe targets 16000 Indian tourists by 2021

The Chief Executive of Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Dr Karikoga Kaseke has revealed that Zimbabwe is targeting at least 1600 Indian tourist by 2021. He said this today as the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has appointed VFS Global (world’s largest technology specialist for government and diplomatic missions)  to promote Zimbabwe as a preferred tourism destination in both India and Gulf Cooperation Council ...

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Children under 5 years not to pay hospital bills: Parirenyatwa

The Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa said that children under the age of 5 do not pay hospital charges today at the (United State Agency for International Development)USAID Mhuri Imuli program launch in Msasa. He urged all mothers to breast feed for a minimum of six months so as to reduce the babies risk to diseases. ...

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