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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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Mary Mubaiwa appeals to Supreme Court

Vice President Chiwenga’s enstranged wife Mary Mubaiwa has filed an appeal to the Supreme Court to have her bail conditions relaxed so that she will be able to travel to South Arica to seek medical treatment. Marry is suffering from an illness that causes swelling of hands and legs with wounds on it Mubaiwa is challenging the High Court’s decision upon ...

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ZRP Apologises for Human Rights Violation

The Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) has remorsefully apologised for violation of human and children’s rights following a photo that circulated on social media with a woman and her two children in a police cell. In a press statement, police spokesperson Assistant commissioner Paul Nyati said the police is investigating what transpired and assured the public it would not happen again. According ...

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Land Baron Mabamba High Court bail appeal

Incarcerated land baron Fedrick Mabamba has set to appeal to the High Court for his bail application after it was denied by Harare Regional Magistrate Stanford Mambanje. Mabamba was remanded in custody to 24 February by the Harare Magistrate arguing that the State had a strong case and overwhelming evidence against him. Mabamba’s lawyer Mr Tapiwa Munodawafa said they are ...

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ZESA ‘reeling’ load-shedding

Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) said the normal power supply is to be restored today following a load shedding that has been experienced few days ago. This was after one of the units at the Hwange Power Station caught fire. In a press statement made by ZESA Holdings, the fire broke out in the Unit 1 boiler as a result of ...

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Rushwaya’s reinstatement divides ZMF

The Zimbabwe Miners Federation(ZMF) has been left divided following the contradictory statements made by both the CEO and spokesperson on Rushwaya’s reinstatement. Chaos began when ZMF CEO, William Takavarasha said Rushwaya was reinstated according to the company’s constitution. According to reports, the decision to reinstate Ms Rushwaya was arrived at on the basis that,” she remains innocent until proven guilty“. Meanwhile, ...

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Former Minister Kagonye arrested

Former Minister of Labour and Social Welfare Petronella Kagonye was arrested over fraud allegations relating to the illegal parcelling out of State land in Harare and Mashonaland East Province. National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi has confirmed Kagonye’s arrest. “She was arrested by the police special investigations unit, working with the Special Anti-Corruption Unit over issues related to illegal ...

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Victims of illegal housing to be compensated

Government said all land barons and councils that duped desperate home-seekers to settle and develop on illegal land will not only have their day in court but will be forced to compensate their victims. “Indeed these culprits, notoriously known as land barons, will not only have their day in court, they will also be made to compensate desperate home seekers ...

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