ZIMPAPERS (1980) Ltd hike Herald,Chronicle prices to US$2.00 , Sunday Mail, Sunday News, Business Weekly- US$3 each

Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Ltd has with immediate effect reviewed the cover prices of its eleven newspapers as it seeks to weather the current economic storm, Zim Techreview reported.To that effect, the daily newspapers, The Herald, The Chronicle, will now cost $2, while the weeklies, Sunday Mail, Business Weekly and Sunday News, will now sell for $3, the tabloids from Zimpapers namely the H-Metro, B-Metro, Kwayedza, uMthunywa and the Southern Times will cost $1.00 while the…

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‘EU tells Mnangagwa ,respect human rights and hold credible elections before we consider extending aid to Zanu pf regime’.

‘EU  tells  Mnangagwa ,respect  human rights and hold credible elections before we consider extending aid to Zanu pf regime’.

‘EU tells Mnangagwa ,respect human rights and hold credible elections before we consider extending aid to Zanu pf regime’.THE European Union (EU) has told President Emmerson Mnangagwa that the bloc would only consider extending aid to his government if the Harare administration met certain conditions that include respect for human rights and holding of credible elections.This followed Mnangagwa’s meeting with the EU commissioner for international co-operation and development, Neven Mimica on the sidelines of the…

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MILITARY CLAIMS protesters stole guns from police armouries which they used to kill citizens, including a police officer,

MILITARY CLAIMS protesters stole guns from police armouries which they used to kill citizens, including a police officer,

The military yesterday alleged that protesters broke into police armouries and stole guns which they used to kill citizens, including a police officer, during last month’s national shutdown that turned violent.Addressing journalists in Harare yesterday, Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) Chief of Staff, Major-General Douglas Nyikayaramba distanced the military from the shootings.He, however, justified the heavy handedness by the military, arguing that the ZDF’s response was proportionate to the level of violence and damage caused by…

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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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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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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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GVT will not hesitate shut down internet because Zimbabweans are  ‘backward, primitive and  don’t understand  their constitutional rights’-Minister Mutodi

GVT will not hesitate shut down internet because Zimbabweans are  ‘backward, primitive and  don’t understand  their constitutional rights’-Minister Mutodi

INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services deputy minister Energy Mutodi yesterday warned that government would not hesitate to shut down the Internet again if need arises and claimed Zimbabweans were primitive and have no understanding of their constitutional rights.   Mutodi’s claim came in the face of a recent High Court ruling that outlawed a recent Internet shutdown ordered by government to control flow of information during riots.   The government was roundly criticised for showing…

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ZIMBABWE REVENUE AUTHORITY WAREHOUSE at Beitbridge border post has today, Tuesday 29/01/19 gone up in flames,..again, as this is not the first time the warehouse has been burnt down.

ZIMBABWE REVENUE AUTHORITY WAREHOUSE at Beitbridge border post has today, Tuesday 29/01/19 gone up in flames,..again, as this is not the first time the warehouse has been burnt down. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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US $1m IN CASH WAS STOLEN from a briefcase belonging to former President Robert Mugabe at his rural home in Zvimba .

US $1m IN CASH WAS STOLEN from a briefcase belonging to former President Robert Mugabe at his rural home in Zvimba .

Mugabe gave the briefcase to a relative Constance Mugabe, while he was president in 2016. Constance Mugabe, a relative who also served as his housekeeper, along with cleaners between 1 December 2018 and early January 2019, cleaned out the briefcase and money .   www.newzimbabwevision.com asks, ‘If its accepted that Mugabe stole US$15 Billion in diamonds, looted wealth across Zimbabwe and was given US$10million by Mnangagwa for a theft well done, is it right to…

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