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Health Minister Fired

Dr Obadiah Moyo who was the minister of Health and Child care was fired last night from the post. This follows after he had been arrested on charges of corruption. The announcement of him been sucked from the Ministerial post was made yesterday. “Please be advised that his excellence the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa ...

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Woman seeks protection order review

A Harare woman has petitioned the High Court seeking an order setting aside a reciprocal protection order which was granted to her and her ex-boyfriend by a Civil Court magistrate, Nyasha Marufu last month. According to court papers filed under case number HC3161/20, Tanya Robyn Haden-Tebb said magistrate Marufu failed to give a proper analysis of the evidence which was ...

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Gwanzura reignites Hohodza – pays tribute to late Simbarashe Mudzingwa

Legendary Portia Ganzura who ensembled what stands till today as the Revolutionary, Pan-African and energetic cultural band Hohodza that birthed great talents as Progress Chipfumo, the late Simba Mudzingwa and many more has roared back into the industry and paid tribute to the fallen Mudzingwa. Portia has dropped a remix and video of Simba’s most popular and personal song, “Kabhegi” ...

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Report people who refuse bond notes: Police

The police have listened to the public cry on bond notes and have urged people to report all people that refuse the bond note and coins so far seven people have been arrested. The arrest was made on the bases that the bond note and coins still remain the legal tender of the country. In a statement yesterday, national police ...

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Mliswa expelled from Parliament

Temba Mliswa the member of parliament of Norton constituency was yesterday expelled from parliament for six weeks. The Honourable Member of Parliament made this know to the public on his twitter account. “1/ So today I was expelled from Parly for 6 weeks, again for standing up for myself albeit in a much calmer manner. Oh well, as I’ve said ...

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Police officers supplying guns to civilians: Sarpo

Local businessman, Tony Renato Sarpo has accused the Zimbabwe Republic Police officers of supplying guns to civilians whom he claims used the hired weapons to harass him.This was revealed in mitigation submissions which were written and submitted by Sarpo after the latter was convicted on 3 December 2019 of theft of trust property in case number CRB 6944/19.Sarpo accuses the ...

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ZIMURA irks music artists, they now speak

There appear to be a curse on Zimbabwean music artists despite many of them making international stage headlines but meeting the end of their careers and lives in dire and pauper state. Many names such as the greats John Chibadura, Paul Matavire, Biggie Tembo, System Tazvida, Leornard Dembo plus many more that died miserable, poor and beaten despite having had ...

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Covid Guidelines for Schools

The government through the Ministry of health has set a number of guide lines to be followed when schools re-open. Schools are to follow the guidelines so that the spread of the Corona Virus may be reduced. When schools re-open here are the guideline on how learners and teachers and schools at large will operate: All schools’ out and indoor ...

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Gold Leaf Tobacco boss wins property dispute

Local business tycoon, Simon George Rudland, co-owner of Gold Leaf Tobacco Corporation, has been cleared by the High Court from any wrongdoing on allegations of transferring his business counterparty’s four properties into his firms’ names following a botched US$1 million loan agreement.Rudland who is also co-founder of Pioneer Transport had been taken to court by a local businessman, Future Chirango ...

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Public health staff protest rattles government

Today’s protest by the national public health staff from Parirenyatwa General Hospital and their pickett to the office of the Health Service Board has sent a strong signal that has rattled the government which made an instant u-turn from their position of slashing salaries. The move has benefitted all civil servants across the board who have seen a 50% salary ...

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