ZIMBABWE SYSTEM IS INTACT since the Mugabe regime, and individual changes did not mean anything to the complex Zanu Pf organisation

ZIMBABWE SYSTEM IS INTACT since the Mugabe regime, and individual changes did not mean anything to the complex Zanu Pf organisation

United Kingdom (UK) minister of Africa Harriett Baldwin has said her country is not considering removing sanctions on Zimbabwe, as it contemplates widening the embargo list to include officials in the army, following a recent crackdown on civilians by members of the security forces. Speaking before the International Development Committee, which was making an inquiry into the Zimbabwe situation as well as exploring steps that the UK can take in assisting the people of Zimbabwe,…

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Mnangagwa invites opposition leaders who contested 2018 Presidential elections to meet him for dialogue at State House on Wednesday at 1600hrs.

Mnangagwa invites opposition  leaders who contested  2018 Presidential elections to meet him for dialogue  at State House on Wednesday at 1600hrs.

Mnangagwa invites opposition leaders who contested 2018 Presidential elections to meet him for dialogue at State House on Wednesday at 1600hrs.President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has invited opposition political party leaders who contested as Presidential candidates during the 2018 harmonised elections to meet him for dialogue at State House on Wednesday at 1600hrs.The invitation was made known after one of the candidates Dr. Noah Manyika who is leader of Buold Zimbabwe Alliance wrote a public letter…

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Suspended Chitungwiza deputy mayor Jabulani Mtunzi has appeared in court for allegedly inciting protestors who destroyed several buildings around the town.

Suspended Chitungwiza deputy mayor Jabulani Mtunzi has appeared in court for allegedly inciting protestors who destroyed several buildings around the town.

Suspended Chitungwiza deputy mayor Jabulani Mtunzi has appeared in court for allegedly inciting protestors who destroyed several buildings around the town. Mtunzi pleaded not guilty to inciting public violence when he appeared before Chitungwiza resident magistrate Mr Nyasha Vitorini today. More to follow…herald

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Bond note is the strongest ‘currency’ in the SADC, indicates the underlying strength of the Zimbabwe economy-Eddie Cross

Bond note is the strongest ‘currency’ in the SADC, indicates the underlying strength of the Zimbabwe economy-Eddie Cross

“The underlying economy is growing. Exports are growing. The fundamentals are strong. The bond note is the strongest ‘currency’ in the SADC region because it is a currency. This indicates the underlying strength of the Zimbabwe economy despite the current problems,” says Eddie Cross.

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‘Regards Human rights violations by Zimbabwe security forces there is a case to include more individuals in sanctions list.’ British Foreign Office

‘Regards Human rights violations by Zimbabwe security forces there is a case to include more individuals in sanctions list.’ British Foreign Office

“Regards Human rights violations by Zimbabwe security forces there is a case to include more individuals in sanctions list.” British Foreign Office   The British Minister of State at the Foreign Office and Department for International Development Harriett Baldwin has suggested that the United Kingdom might consider adding more names in the list of individuals under targeted sanctions by the British government.   Baldwin was speaking at the UK Cabinet on Tuesday where Zimbabwe was…

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Prophet Walter Magaya fined US$700 payable on or before 8 February 2019 over HIV cure claim

Prophet Walter Magaya fined US$700  payable on or before 8 February  2019  over HIV cure claim

Prophet Walter Magaya fined US$700 payable on or before 8 February 2019 over HIV cure claim   Prophet Walter Magaya’s company Aretha Medical has been ordered to pay a fine of $700 which should be paid on or before February 8 2019.   Magaya who was arrested in his capacity as Director of Aretha Medical was convicted on his plea of guilty for contravening the Medicines Control Act on Tuesday.   Magaya argued through his…

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‘RIOT police guard classes and public service inspectors mark teacher attendance and  Zanu-PF party activists set up camps at schools to block protetsts’

‘RIOT police guard classes and public service inspectors mark teacher attendance and  Zanu-PF party activists set up camps at schools to block protetsts’

Zimbabwe’s school teachers were Tuesday alleging intimidation as they tried to launch a nationwide strike for better salaries.   “Some teachers are in class but there is no meaningful teaching going on,” Richard Gundane president of the Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) told Reuters.   Some urban teachers claimed that riot police were guarding classrooms, while public service inspectors moved around and marking attendance registers for teachers.   Some rural teachers said ruling Zanu-PF party activists…

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JAILED ex Zanu-PF MP Kereke to lose his Mnt Pleasant hospital which trades as RMC Hospital over a US$3 million debt owed to a local bank

JAILED ex Zanu-PF MP Kereke to lose his Mnt Pleasant hospital which trades as RMC Hospital over a US$3 million debt owed to a local bank

JAILED ex Zanu-PF MP Kereke to lose his Mnt Pleasant hospital which trades as RMC Hospital over a US$3 million debt owed to a local bank   JAILED former Zanu-PF Bikita West MP Munyaradzi Kereke is set to lose his Mount Pleasant hospital to settle a $3 million debt owed to a local bank (name withheld), after the financial institution filed a High Court application seeking to attach the infirmary.   Kereke’s company, Fairdrop Trading…

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South Africa Trade Unions (COSATU) to shutdown Beitbridge border in protest in solidarity with Zimbabwean workers and Trade Unionists in Zimbabwe who are being persecuted, incarcerated, beaten and tortured by the State

South Africa Trade Unions (COSATU) to shutdown Beitbridge border in protest in solidarity with Zimbabwean workers and Trade Unionists in Zimbabwe who are being persecuted, incarcerated, beaten and tortured by the State

South Africa Trade Unions (COSATU) to shutdown Beitbridge border in protest in solidarity with Zimbabwean workers and Trade Unionists in Zimbabwe who are being persecuted, incarcerated, beaten and tortured by the State   The’ Congress of South Africa Trade Unions (COSATU) will stage a solidarity march with the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions on Wednesday.   “The protest comes as Trade Unions in SouthAfrica, Nigeria and Botswana are standing in solidarity with workers and Trade…

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Malema-led EFF  say demonstrations against VP Chiwenga’s treatment in  SA is counter-productive to the struggle against neo-colonialism and  racial injustice,

Malema-led EFF  say demonstrations against VP Chiwenga’s treatment in  SA is counter-productive to the struggle against neo-colonialism and  racial injustice,

Malema-led EFF  say demonstrations against VP Chiwenga’s treatment in  SA is counter-productive to the struggle against neo-colonialism and  racial injustice,   “We as EFF have a standing struggle against neo-colonialism and we will not stand for any racial injustice,” the party explained.   “Therefore, for us to March against the treatment of fellow Africans in our country is counter-productive to our fight.   “We might not agree on everything with fellow African comrades, but we stand…

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