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Rains expected to ease off

The Meteorological Services Department (MDS) has advised members of the public that the rains are expected to ease off countrywide from today until Sunday with a light drizzle likely to be experienced in some parts of the country. In a statement, the MDS said by the end of this week people will be expected to change from wearing warmer clothes ...

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Gvt to address pending issues

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has allayed fears of the parents on schools increasing fees arguing that only the Government has the right to approve whether the fees has to be increased or not. This follows the complaints made by parents on the immediate opening of schools by the Government without giving them enough time to prepare for ...

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US renews sanctions on Zimbabwe

United States President Joe Biden has issued a notice on the continuation of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe in 2003, citing lack of reform in restoring democracy. In the notice, President Biden noted that the actions and policies of the Zimbabwe government are allegedly a threat to the US foreign policy and so the renewal of the sanctions for another year ...

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ZIMTA threatens ‘disrupting’ strike.

Government announced the reopening of school in phases while the Zimbabwe Teachers Union has threatened a strike until their conditions are met. This comes after the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education released school opening dates for both examination and all other classes on 15 and 22 March 2021. Meanwhile, teachers have been complaining on their incapacitation to report for ...

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Smelly Dube arrested for land fraud

Gweru businesswoman and Chief Executive Officer of River Valley Properties Mrs Smelly Dube has been arrested on allegations of illegal acquisition and sale of State land. National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the arrest of Dube stating that she was arrested by a Special Anti Corruption Commission team.  “Yes, I can confirm that the police working with the ...

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A Diaspora Bond for Infrastructural Restoration – The Patriotic Zimbabweans (PZ) Party’s Solution to Capital Projects Finance

A Diaspora Bond for Infrastructural Restoration – The Patriotic Zimbabweans (PZ) Party’s Solution to Capital Projects Finance

By Charles Mutama Patriotic Zimbabweans Party President The Patriotic Zimbabweans (PZ) Party which was formed in January 2021 by Zimbabweans in the diaspora and at home, has developed as part of its economic policy, a genuinely Zimbabwean solution to financing capital projects in the country. Currently, the country’s infrastructure such as highways, railways, aviation, dams, water supply and sanitation and ...

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Covid-19 vaccine does not cause Infertility- Experts

Health experts are dismissing rumors that Covid-19 vaccine causes infertility arguing that there is no evidence yet that the vaccinations cause any health issues for pregnant women. Covid 19 vaccine Dr Jennifer Conti who is a medical adviser for Modern Fertility said there’s zero evidence that COVID-19 vaccines interfere with fertility, therefore, she is urging everyone to be vaccinated to ...

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New Foreign Minister sworn in

President Mnangagwa has sworn in Ambassador Frederick Shava as new Minister for Foreign Affairs replacing the late national hero, Lieutenant General Sibusiso Moyo who succumbed to Covid-19 in January. Ambassador Frederick Shava has taken oath of office as the new Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade at State House saying he will be faithful to President Mnangagwa towards his ...

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Zimbabweans to fight vandalism

Zimbabweans have been urged to unite and fight against vandalism of ZESA property as this will affect hospitals as well as factories that deals with perishable goods. This follows a report made from Sheparton suburb in Marondera where a wooden pole was cut down. Secretary for Information Minister Nick Mangwana confirmed the incident saying the Vandals were disturbed before they ...

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Flash floods hit Beitbridge

Beitbridge town’s oldest suburb Dulivhadzimu was hit by flash floods destroying infrastructures such as roads and bridges making the area inaccessible. The suburb is located in a low lying area. Dulivhadzimu is said to have become a common flooding zone in which rains have destroyed roads while sand has also blocked sewer pipes. Beitbridge Mayor Mr Munyaradzi Chitsunge stated that ...

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