Zupco buses  start plying routes between   Bulawayo Central Business District and residential suburbs and provide affordable transport to commuters.

 Zupco buses  start plying routes between   Bulawayo Central Business District and residential suburbs and provide affordable transport to commuters.

THE Government has introduced Zupco buses to ply routes between the Bulawayo Central Business District and the city’s residential suburbs as it seeks to provide affordable transport to commuters. This comes at a time when Zupco has partnered with private bus owners in Harare to provide cheaper transport for commuters.The Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Advocate Fortune Chasi, yesterday said while a few Zupco buses have been introduced in Bulawayo, the Government is…

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GOVERNMENT has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting today as part of long-term interventions to modernise the mass public transport system in Zimbabwe

GOVERNMENT has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting today as part of long-term interventions to modernise the mass public transport system in Zimbabwe

GOVERNMENT has mobilised more than 140 buses that will carry passengers for $1 per trip in and around Harare starting today as part of long-term interventions to modernise the mass public transport system in Zimbabwe. www.newzimbabwevision.com says this is unsustainable because all it means is fuel delivery will now be mainly to the Government CMED Central Mechanical and Equipment Department , no more queues at empty garages as people know, there will be no fuel…

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MNANGAGWA  FLEES Davos  Forum , to calm fires , smoke signals, drum beats, whistling ululating , toyi-toyi natives on the warpath in Zimbabwe.

MNANGAGWA  FLEES Davos  Forum , to calm fires , smoke signals, drum beats, whistling ululating , toyi-toyi natives on the warpath in Zimbabwe.

MNANGAGWA  FLEES Davos  Forum , to calm fires , smoke signals, drum beats, whistling ululating , toyi-toyi natives on the warpath in Zimbabwe.   Zimbabwe’s president he will return home and skip the World Economic Forum after a week of turmoil in which activists have said at least a dozen people have been killed in a government crackdown.   President Emmerson Mnangagwa had been under growing pressure to come home from a two-week overseas visit…

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GLOBAL hacktivist collective, ‘cyber freedom fighters’ Anonymous, hacked and took off-line several Zimbabwe government websites on Saturday.

GLOBAL hacktivist collective, ‘cyber freedom fighters’ Anonymous, hacked and took off-line several Zimbabwe government websites on Saturday.

The ‘cyber freedom fighters’ confirmed that they had joined the international response to the Harare administration’s brutal crackdown against protestors.   Anonymous, whose anonymous activists see themselves as digital warriors for freedom and justice, opposes among other things internet censorship and control.   The leaderless hacktivists largely target governments and corporations with so-called Distributed Denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber-attacks which disrupt access to network resources by intended users.   Mnangagwa’s government attracted the group’s attention after shutting…

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‘HERO TO ZERO’ VP Chiwenga’s Minister of State Security Owen Mudha Ncube  reportedly opens up internet access save for specified social media applications.

‘HERO TO ZERO’ VP Chiwenga’s Minister of State Security Owen Mudha Ncube  reportedly opens up internet access save for specified social media applications.

Chiwenga’s Minister of State Security under Acting President Chiwenga’s government Owen Mudha Ncube has instructed all Internet Service Providers to open up internet access save for specified social media applications.   Ncube yesterday had directed all service providers to shut down internet completely, the second time this week. Internet was unavailable from midnight to 4PM today.   In a message sent to its clients by Econet Wireles, the Telecoms giant said, “At 15:55 on 18/01/2019…

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NATIVES ON THE WARPATH: BULAWAYO , YESTERDAY BURNT Choppies Mountainview and reduced contents to ashes after protestors on Monday broke in and looted the place before setting it on fire.

NATIVES ON THE WARPATH: BULAWAYO , YESTERDAY BURNT Choppies Mountainview and reduced contents to ashes after protestors on Monday broke in and looted the place before setting it on fire.

NATIVES ON THE WARPATH: BULAWAYO , YESTERDAY BURNT Choppies Mountainview and reduced contents to ashes after protestors on Monday broke in and looted the place before setting it on fire. The native is certainly on the warpath, pressing on and fighting the oppressive militarised Mnangagwa Zanu pf regime. More news to follow. Sibusiso Ngwenya

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QUEEN BEE RULES: ZIMBABWE ON FIRE, 2 #SHUTDOWN ZIMBABWE PROTESTS SHOT in Harare, while choppies in Bulawayo has been raided and the military deployed to quell the violence

QUEEN BEE RULES: ZIMBABWE ON FIRE, 2 #SHUTDOWN ZIMBABWE PROTESTS SHOT in Harare, while choppies in Bulawayo has been raided and the military deployed to quell the violence

QUEEN BEE RULES: ZIMBABWE ON FIRE, 2 #SHUTDOWN ZIMBABWE PROTESTS SHOT in Harare, while choppies in Bulawayo has been raided and the military deployed to quell the violence and Zvishavane had protests over the weekend. The situation is becoming tense. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya. QUEEN BEE RULES: Bulawayo 24 reports that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was allegedly arm twisted by the fuel cartels to increase the price of fuel and put a separate…

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National airline, Air Zimbabwe has suspended flights up to mid-month due to maintenance works being carried out on its only functioning plane

National airline, Air Zimbabwe has suspended flights up to mid-month due to maintenance works being carried out on its only functioning plane

National airline, Air Zimbabwe has suspended flights up to mid-month due to maintenance works being carried out on its only functioning plane. The airline, which has largely been operating only two serviceable aircraft, was left with one following the grounding of the popular Mbuya Nehanda last month. The remaining aircraft, the 767-200ER, also known as Chimanimani is undergoing servicing. In a statement yesterday, Air Zimbabwe said it had made other travel arrangements for customers who…

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