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Zanu-PF exhibiting at ZITF

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Zanu-PF rolls out food programme

Zanu-PF Harare Province Woman’s League is rolling out a food distribution programme for windows and the elderly woman. In an interview on sidelines of the programme in Harare North Constituency, Zanu-PF Harare Province Women’s League Chairperson, Ratidzo Mukarati said widows and elderly woman should be looked after as they face many challenges. “Windows and elderly women are left behind in ...

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Zim civil society did not want Mugabe out, they fear for their jobs

LOCAL civil society leaders and their members were not happy that former president Robert Mugabe was removed from power by whatever means because his departure at least brought some sanity in the country, outspoken Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga said. According to NewZimbabwe.com, Mugabe was toppled after 37 years at the helm through a military coup which was supported by thousands of ordinary ...

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Econet under fire over business deal

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (Potraz) has received a complaint against Econet Wireless Zimbabwe over allegations of possible unauthorised use of another company’s interlectual property. The complaint comes from M Comm Africa Limited who have already gone to court. The allegations stem from a pitch for a security product, “Panic Button” made to Econet by local company M Comm ...

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Give one of Mugabe’s 21 farms to Tswangirai family

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) applauds PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa for assigning Lands Minister Perence Shiri to identify a farm to give to the late former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s family. We as a party which stands for economic freedom and for landless people believe that these are correct steps by the new government in its promises that they are looking towards ...

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Mujuru dumps mass rallies, goes low key

OPPOSITION National People’s Party leader Joice Mujuru has resolved to forego mass campaign rallies, saying she preferred door-to-door and ward-based meetings ahead of this year’s general elections. Party spokesperson Jeffreyson Chitando told NewsDay yesterday that the move was meant to drum up support at grassroots level, describing open campaign rallies as financially draining and ineffective. “We have agreed that elections ...

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‘Zim needs political will to realise democracy’

Zimbabwe needs the political will, and has a long way to go to achieve the requirements and guidelines for creating a democratic society as set out in the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (ACDEG) signed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Mnangagwa appended his signature to the Charter on March 21 on the sidelines of the extra-ordinary summit of the ...

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Angry nurses drag Chiwenga to court

Defiant nurses have dragged Vice President Constantino Chiwenga and the government to court, as they seek an order barring authorities from terminating their contracts over last week’s nationwide strike which brought the public health system to a standstill. In their urgent application filed in the High Court yesterday, the nurses representative body, the Zimbabwe Nurses Association argued that the government’s ...

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MDC-T split must not be celebrated

An MDC-T supporter Mandla Masuku has warned that the opposition political parties must not be celebrated as it means another set back to the democratic process Thokozani Khupe on Saturday was endorsed by her faction as the leader of MDC-T while the MDC Alliance has since endorsed Nelson Chamisa as presidential candidates in this year’s election. “MDC split should not ...

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Mugabe to appear in court

FORMER President Robert Mugabe is tomorrow expected to appear at the Harare Magistrates’ Court to personally testify against a senior army officer accused of stealing his computers at Zimbabwe House. Pepukai Zvakavapano, a Presidential Guard corporal, claimed two weeks ago that Mugabe gave him the computers as a donation, prompting the State to summon the former Head of State to ...

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