President Mnangagwa finally admits that his deputy VP Chiwenga, missing from publicity for months, is hospitalised in South Africa.

President  Mnangagwa finally admits that his deputy VP Chiwenga, missing from publicity for months, is hospitalised in South Africa.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed that his deputy Constantino Chiwenga, who has been away from spotlight in months, is recovering in a South African hospital. Addressing his Zanu-PF party’s women’s leagues in Harare on Friday, Mnangagwa for the first time gave away the gravity of Chiwenga’s illness saying his deputy had started doing light exercises. “Vice President Chiwenga is in South Africa receiving treatment and I’m happy to say that he is recovering and has…

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VICE PRESIDENT Chiwenga, (63), is in Pretoria hospital since June 23,Vice President Mohadi (69) is in South Africa receiving treatment .

VICE PRESIDENT Chiwenga, (63), is in Pretoria hospital since June 23,Vice President  Mohadi (69) is in South Africa receiving  treatment .

Both Zimbabwe’s Vice presidents, are indisposed, and being treated by at South African hospitals while Zimbabwe;s health care system is virtually collapsing, no service delivery, health personel, nurses and doctors are underpaid and hospitals have no drugs and equipment.Zimbabwe’s vice presidents escape the country’s poor medical facilities, along with senior government officials who frequently seek treatment abroad at taxpayers’ expense.We know that President Mnangagwa and Vice President Mohadi prefer South African hospitals, while Chiwenga spent…

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LOSS OF of habitats, baboons fall into Army barracks hospital surgery, Education houses through the roofs, D.A’s compound in Binga town

LOSS OF of habitats, baboons fall into Army barracks hospital surgery,  Education houses through the roofs, D.A’s compound in Binga town

The Binga District Residents Association says baboons have invaded Binga Town and are terrorising residents and workers including army employees. “Binga town residents have been experiencing a heavy influx of baboons. The baboons are snatching food or anything they suspect to be food, targeting mainly women and school children.” The association said.The association said the animals are also targeting army hospitals.“Baboons fall into the hospital surgery through the roof! Education houses, D.A’s compound, Army barracks,…

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‘PREGNANT GIRLS to enjoy “maternity vacation” before returning to continue with their education after giving birth’- Education Bill

‘PREGNANT GIRLS to enjoy “maternity vacation” before returning to continue with their education after giving birth’- Education Bill

LEARNERS who fall pregnant during the course of their studies are set to enjoy “maternity vacation” before returning to continue with their education after giving birth.The privileges are provided in the Education Bill that is currently under debate in the National Assembly, where legislators are showing support for the clause.Advocates of girl child rights have also hailed the proposal.Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima recently told legislators that allowing the pregnant girls to…

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The National Physicians Association of Zimbabwe (NaPAZ) has revealed the new fees effecting from the 26th of June 2019.

The National Physicians Association of Zimbabwe (NaPAZ) has revealed the new fees effecting from the 26th of June 2019.

ZIMBABWE HEALTH CONSULTATION FEES RISE UP TO ZW$1 800The National Physicians Association of Zimbabwe (NaPAZ) has revealed the new fees effecting from the 26th of June 2019. In a statement issued on Wednesday the association said: In light of the recent announcement of Statutory Instrument 142 introducing the Zimbabwe Dollar as the sole legal tender, NaPAZ Exevutive met and agreed on the following;To transition from the multicurrency based tariffs to the Zimbabwe Dollar based tariffsTo…

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A MARONDERA headmaster Cephas Farai Kanyai died on Sunday headlong from an avocado tree for fruits to sell.

A MARONDERA headmaster Cephas Farai Kanyai died on Sunday headlong from an avocado tree for fruits to sell.

The late headmaster lost balance, slipped and fell to the ground headlong. More news to follow. Sibusiso Ngwenya INFORMATION IS POWER!-Thank you for the support. Please email all your articles, photos and breaking news, to newzimbabwe.vision@yahoo.com ,linkedin.com/in/sibusiso-ngwenya-563a572b or whatsapp to Mr Sibusiso Ngwenya 0044 79 3 9100534 for publication on the constantly growing online groups, currently standing as follows1)Zimbabwe News 4 us Zimbabweans 206,362Members2)ZIMBABWE NEWS, BUILDING A PROSPEROUS POST 2018 VISION 32,224 Members3) New Zimbabwe Vision…

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HARARE GLENVIEW DIARRHOEA OUTBREAK persists in the absence of clean water, coupled with poor council solution to sewer bursts.

HARARE GLENVIEW DIARRHOEA OUTBREAK persists in the absence of clean water, coupled with poor council solution to sewer bursts.

The diarrhoea outbreak in Harare’s Glen View high-density suburb has persisted in the absence of potable water, compounded by a poor response by council authorities to finding a solution to sewer bursts.Stakeholders, including the Community Water Alliance (CWA), are now lobbying for the outbreak to be declared a national disaster as the water crisis deepens in most suburbs, threatening the outbreak of water-borne diseases.“The City of Harare is reporting to partners that these areas have…

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MASVINGO PROVINCE HAS HIGH child prostitution at most busy leisure spots and Sexually Transmitted Infections

MASVINGO PROVINCE HAS  HIGH child prostitution at most busy leisure spots and Sexually Transmitted Infections

In an interview on the sidelines of HIV and Aids campaign road show held at 4 1 Infantry Brigade Combat Group in Masvingo yesterday National Aids Council (NAC) provincial manager, Edgar Muzulu said there was a worrying trend of young girls found at HIV and Aids hot spots soliciting for sex. MASVINGO province is grappling with disturbing phenomena of child prostitution at most busy leisure spots, fuelling incidents of Sexually Transmitted Infections, an official has…

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NATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL (NatPharm) managing director Newman Madzikwa jailed for 14 months for inflating drug prices

NATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL  (NatPharm) managing director Newman Madzikwa  jailed for 14 months for inflating drug prices

The price increases, with the effect of precipitating a crisis in the sector and endangering public health, were against the directive of the Ministry of Health and Child Care and the NatPharm board.National Pharmaceuticals (NatPharm) managing director Newman Madzikwa was yesterday jailed for an effective 14 months after he was found guilty of criminal abuse of office in relation to the arbitrary increase of drug prices.The price increases, with the effect of precipitating a crisis…

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TWO Bulawayo men Arkimon Sarishonga (41) and Blessing Muchenje (27) in court after raid at their flat 1st Av/J.M Nkomo St over illicit drugs recovered by cops

TWO Bulawayo  men Arkimon Sarishonga (41) and Blessing Muchenje (27)  in court after raid at their flat 1st Av/J.M Nkomo St over  illicit drugs recovered by cops

TWO Bulawayo men busted in a dramatic anti-drug operation in Bulawayo last week appeared in court on Monday, facing charges of violating the country’s drug trafficking laws.Arkimon Sarishonga (41) and Blessing Muchenje (27) were arrested in a raid at their flat in the central business district, where an assortment of illicit drugs was recovered by police units, including the Criminal Investigation Department Drugs and Canine Unit.There were claims that their flat, situated at the corner…

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