NKOSANA MOYO-LED ALLIANCE PEOPLE’S AGENDA (APA) suffered a huge blow at the weekend after nine of its Bulawayo provincial executive members resigned en-masse, citing a cocktail of problems, including being denied campaign funds

NKOSANA MOYO-LED ALLIANCE PEOPLE’S AGENDA (APA) suffered a huge blow at the weekend after nine of its Bulawayo provincial executive members resigned en-masse, citing a cocktail of problems, including being denied campaign funds

NKOSANA MOYO-LED ALLIANCE PEOPLE’S AGENDA (APA) suffered a huge blow at the weekend after nine of its Bulawayo provincial executive members resigned en-masse, citing a cocktail of problems, including being denied campaign funds to drum up support ahead of this year’s general elections. In a joint resignation letter addressed to the opposition party’s provincial chairperson, the former executives said they were planning to contest the upcoming general elections under a new coalition of independent candidates,…

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PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA says he may soon be forced to trim his Cabinet, revamp various government departments and appoint powerful executives to run parastatals to improve service delivery and drive his “Zimbabwe is open for business” mantra.

PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA  says he may soon be forced to trim his Cabinet, revamp various government departments and appoint powerful executives to run parastatals to improve service delivery and drive his “Zimbabwe is open for business” mantra.

PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA says he may soon be forced to trim his Cabinet, revamp various government departments and appoint powerful executives to run parastatals to improve service delivery and drive his “Zimbabwe is open for business” mantra. Zimpapers

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THE BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE (BAZ) HAS WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT BANNED the broadcasting of faith healing programmes and adverts on radio and television

THE BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE (BAZ) HAS WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT BANNED the broadcasting of faith healing programmes and adverts on radio and television

This development arose, allegedly following numerous complaints received from members of the public over broadcasating stations in the country regarding faith healing. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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A FIRE , ON TUESDAY THREE WEEKS BEFORE SCHOOL SECOND TERM STARTS , has created a crisis as 120-A Level pupils will not have shelter when the second school term starts in three weeks.

A FIRE , ON TUESDAY THREE WEEKS BEFORE SCHOOL SECOND TERM STARTS ,  has created a crisis as 120-A Level pupils will not have shelter when the second school term starts in three weeks.

THE PLUMTREE HIGH SCHOOL DOUBLE STOREY LLOYD HOSTEL was on Tuesday, and this has created a crisis as 120-A Level pupils will not have shelter when the second school term starts in three weeks. The Government evaluators have assessed damage running into millions of dollars to the monumental double storey Lloyd Hostel in a case of suspected arson. Plumtree High School has no source of alternative accommodation to house the affected returning 120 A level…

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EX SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA (75) appeared in court yesterday on sixteen fraud, money laundering and racketeering charges.

EX SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA (75) appeared in court yesterday on sixteen fraud, money laundering and racketeering charges.

The 16 charges against Zuma were recently reinstated and relate to a $2.5bn (£1.78bn) arms deal in the 1990s when he was Vice president.   Zuma’s court appearance which only lasted 15 minutes was marked by a heavy police presence outside the Durban court in South Africa, with a focus on a 1990s deal to buy European military equipment to upgrade South Africa’s armed forces.   Jacob Zuma arrived at court with an escort of…

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CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS PROTEST MARCH TO PETITION Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and Justice ministry blocked police.

CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS PROTEST MARCH TO PETITION Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and Justice ministry blocked police.

CIVIL society organisations under the banner of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) intending to march and petition Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and Justice ministry were yesterday blocked at Africa Unity Square in Harare by the police and only restricted to petition Parliament.   Several organisations and activists had gathered at Africa Unity Square for a march to force the government to implement their desired electoral reforms ahead of this year’s elections. CiZC chairperson, Rashid Mahiya…

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2018 ‘ERECTIONS’- THE MDC MP, ‘SAYS DO A MBUYA NEHANDA’ Priscillah Misihairabwi-Mushonga says women should not wear underwear on voting day to make sure that they vote for a woman candidate.

2018 ‘ERECTIONS’- THE MDC MP, ‘SAYS DO A MBUYA NEHANDA’ Priscillah Misihairabwi-Mushonga says women should not wear underwear on voting day to make sure that they vote for a woman candidate.

While Zimbabweans assumed that 2018 is a year of elections, it looks like it might be a year of ‘erections’ instead! To be fair, Zimbabwe’s liberation from white colonial rule in the 1880s was led by Mbuya Nehanda, a woman who wore no panties, bra or anything apart from a thong made up of cow hide, no foot wear and managed to lead armies of men and rebellion against colonisation.   It may just be…

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AT LEAST 12 ASPIRING ‘MATEBELELAND’ MDC T COUNCILLORS IN VICTORIA FALLS have accused their senior party officials of clandestinely withdrawing their application letters to block them from contesting in party primary elections.

AT LEAST 12 ASPIRING ‘MATEBELELAND’ MDC T COUNCILLORS IN VICTORIA FALLS have accused their senior party officials of clandestinely withdrawing their application letters to block them from contesting in party primary elections.

AT LEAST 12 ASPIRING ‘MATEBELELAND’ MDC T COUNCILLORS IN VICTORIA FALLS have accused their senior party officials of clandestinely withdrawing their application letters to block them from contesting in party primary elections.   The affected candidates, drawn from rural and urban wards, claimed they suspected that their CVs were withdrawn on false allegations that they were linked to ousted deputy-president, Thokozani Khupe’s faction.   Among the 12 affected aspiring candidates are Morgan Gaza Dube, Sidalubuhle…

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THE ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION OF DOCTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (ZADHR) has claimed that the mortality rate at public hospitals shot up from 50% to 70% during the 31-day industrial action by health professionals,

THE ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION OF DOCTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (ZADHR) has claimed that the mortality rate at public hospitals shot up from 50% to 70% during the 31-day industrial action by health professionals,

THE ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION OF DOCTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (ZADHR) has claimed that the mortality rate at public hospitals shot up from 50% to 70% during the 31-day industrial action by health professionals, who were demanding an improvement to their working conditions.   The doctors’ month-long strike ended this week after Health Service Board agreed to review their on-call allowances and to provide equipment needed in hospitals as well as essential medicines and drugs.   ZADHR secretary-general,…

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