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full 2021 school calendar out

Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has today released the school calendar for the entire year following the relaxation of lockdown measures by government. According to the ministry, the first term opens on March 15, 2021 for examination classes, and the rest of the classes a week later on, March 22 while paying attention to WHO health guidelines. The first ...

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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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Zim COVID19 lockdown restrictions eased

Zimbabwe President. Honourable Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced new relaxed lockdown measures following the falling numbers in covid-19 cases in the country. In a live televised press conference to the nation yesterday, President Mnangagwa said everyone must remain alert to maintain the positive results the lockdowns have contributed in the fight against the pandemic. The revised lockdown measures paved way for ...

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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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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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Top Lawyer Sucked in Diamond Case

Top Lawyer Sucked In Diamond Case

Top Lawyer Sucked in Diamond Case Top lawyer and legislator for Mudzi South Constituency, Jonathan Samkange has been sucked into a diamond case in which the state stands to lose USD2.5million dollars.Samkange is said to be pursuing the release of rough diamonds that Israeli pilot Ishmuel Kaikan Klein was found in possession of at the then Harare International Airport in ...

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VP Chiwenga Humbly sets Example for Zimbabweans

Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr Constantino Chiwenga has today dismissed fake statements that foreign Covid-19 vaccines are targeted at Africans by taking his first dose of the vaccine. According to the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services he was the first to receive the vaccine at Wilkins Hospital today. Meanwhile, President Mnangagwa also thanked ...

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Despite lockdown, ZERA still hikes fuel prices

Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority has announced the new prices of fuel despite the lockdown restriction measures which forbids people from any unnecessary movements following the high rate of Covid-19 cases being recorded per day. According to the statement by ZERA, they stated that the price increase will be effective from today. New fuel prices “Operators may however, sell at prices ...

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President Mnangagwa is back in Office

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has officially returned to work from his month-long leave inorder to make far-reaching decisions on the Covid-19 vaccine and its roll-out plan amongst other things. In a statement, the President assured the nation that no resource will be spared in tackling the Covid-19, a global pandemic that has forced governments across the globe, including Zimbabwe, to impose ...

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Former ZANU-PF stalwart Savanhu dies

Former Mbare East Member of Parliament (MP) and Deputy minister of Lands and Resettlement, Tendai Savanhu(52) has passed away after contracting the deadly Covid-19 pandemic. The former MP’s death comes after Zimbabwe has lost over a thousand people including four cabinet ministers and other prominent persons to the pandemic in the past few weeks. Savanhu was previously expelled and stripped ...

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