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City of Bulawayo to disconnect water supplies

The City of Bulawayo has announced that it will be disconnecting water supplies to all residential and commercial properties with arrears. In a statement Bulawayo City Town clerk C Dube said the disconnections will resume on 24 and 25 August 2019 in some Wards. “Disconnections will start this weekend (24& 25 August 2019) in Wards 20, 22, 23 and 24 ...

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Journalist arrested on the job

Accredited jornalist and New Zimbabwe. Com correspondent Leopold Munhende has been arrested at New Government Complex for covering the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ATRUZ) protest. Munhende was arrested together with the Human Rights Lawyer Douglas Coltart and ATRUZ leader Obert Masaraure. Police has also arrested other members of ATRUZ including Godfrey Chanda, Andrew Munguri, Gerald Tavengwa, Nation Mudzitirwa, ...

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‘I will not stop acting’: Gonyeti speaks out

Busstop TV top comedian Samantha Kureya well known as “Gonyeti” said she will keep on acting because she earns her living out of it. Speaking at a local hospital in Harare where she is receiving medications the entertainer said she is a bread winner in her family, so she will not surrender her carrier. “I don’t know if they are ...

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ED’s advisor remarks to stop abduction draws mixed feelings

President Mnangagwa’s advisor and businessman Shingi Munyeza has called for an end to the abduction and torture of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) officials and human rights defenders. MDC officials including Blessing Kanotunga and human rights defenders Tatenda Mombeyarara have been abducted during the days of their planned demonstration. Posting on his twitter handle Munyeza said he was disgusted by ...

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MDC-A top officials react to Gonyeti’s abduction

Bustop TV comedian Samantha Kureya aka Gonyeti was yesterday tortured , assaulted and dumped by the masked and armed men from her home in Mufakose . A number of MDC-A opinion makers on social media which include MDC-A leader Nelson Chamisa and the party’s Vice President, Tendai Biti reacted to the abduction of Kureya. “The love of power must never ...

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Chalton Hwende implores government to raise civil servants salaries

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Secretary Chalton Hwende has urged government to increase civil servants salaries. Posting on his twitter handle Hwende said government should quickly raise salaries of its workers for them to improve their living standards. “Salaries of civil servants must be reviewed urgently to alleviate their plight and suffering. It’s an insult to award them a duty ...

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Manchester United condemns racial abuse aimed at Pogba

Manchester United Football Club (M.U.F.C) said they are disgusted by the racial abuse aimed at midfielder Paul Pogba on social media. Pogba suffered abuse last night after he missed a penalty at Wolves. In a statement the Manchester United condemned the racial abuse which Pogba faced. “Everyone at Manchester United is disgusted by the racial abuse aimed at Paul Pogba ...

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MDC’s Chalton Hwende remanded until 16 October

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-A) Secretary Chalton Hwende has appeared in Harare Magistrate Court on Monday facing subversion charges. The Secretary was remanded to 16 October 2019.  MDC Spokesperson Daniel Molokele had yesterday confirmed the arrest of Hwende in a statement that he posted on the party’s Facebook page. “The MDC Secretary General, Chalton Hwende appeared at the Harare Magistrate ...

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‘We will not rest nor resign from the streets’: MDC Youth

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) insisted that they will never give up ,despite the challenges they encountered on Friday. The MDC-A has planned to demonstrate against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government on the 16th of August 2019. In a statement the youths said they will not let Mnangagwa to lead them back to the Colonial 60s and 70s. “As an Assembly ...

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Police implores people to maintain peace

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has appealed to the public to work together in maintaining law and order. Posting on their twitter handle, police has urged all citizens to report any illegal acts, for swift action to be taken,urging business and transport operators to get back to their normal routines. Police has also updated citizens on the current situation in ...

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