MINISTER OF agriculture, water, climate and rural resettlement Shiri has dissolved the Cold Storage Commission Board with immediate effect

MINISTER OF agriculture, water, climate and rural resettlement Shiri has dissolved the Cold Storage Commission Board with immediate effect

ZIMBABWE’S MINISTER OF LANDS, agriculture, water, climate and rural resettlement RTD Air Marshal Perence Shiri has dissolved the Cold Storage Commission Board with immediate effect. This development comes soon after Zimbabwe’s cabinet recently announced that they had found an investor from Britain willing to invest on the CSC venture.It didnt take more than a few daysbfore the British company who allegedly was due to invest £130 million, into the CSC venture, was outed as a…

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WAKE UP ZIMBABWE, no one will come to your rescue,-liberate yourselves by making the nation ungovernable

WAKE UP ZIMBABWE, no one will come to your rescue,-liberate yourselves by making the nation ungovernable

Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has implemented fuel price adjustments as from today , meaning that diesel and petrol will now cost RTGS$4.89 and RTGS$4.97 respectively, based on the US$1:RTGS$4.6125 exchange rate. At this very moment we are faced with daily increasing fuel prices and an ever present threat of civil unrest across Zimbabwe as any one in their right frame of mind would realise that a rise in fuel prices means a rise in inflation,…

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MDC NATIONAL EXECUTIVE, upholds the appeals against Bulawayo and Mashonaland Central provincial congresses.

MDC NATIONAL EXECUTIVE, upholds the appeals against Bulawayo and Mashonaland Central provincial congresses.

In a ruling that has been received with pomp and fun-fare by thousands who supported the petitions, the NEC found that the two provincial congresses did not meet the minimum requirements of a democratic provincial congress as provided for in the party constitution. Given that a verdict on the issues was arrived at just five days before Congress, the NEC ruled that with respect to the two provinces;1) All persons who contested for PEC positions…

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WHILE ZIMBABWEANS CANNOT AFFORD HEALTH CARE, VP Chiwenga (62) has been flown to India for treatment, once again after his health deteriorated.

WHILE ZIMBABWEANS CANNOT AFFORD HEALTH CARE, VP Chiwenga (62) has been flown to India for treatment, once again after his health deteriorated.

WHILE ZIMBABWEANS CANNOT AFFORD HEALTH CARE, Vice President Chiwenga (62) has been flown to India for treatment, once again after his health deteriorated.Chiwenga was recently treated in New Delhi for 2 weeks in February 2019 and he joins the traditional globe trotting for treatment by Zanu pf leaders, as we previously saw from Mugabe and currently, the Foreign Affairs Minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo and Ambassador Chris Mutsvangwa who frequently travel abroad for health care. It…

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WAKE UP ZIMBABWE, no one will come to your rescue,-liberate yourselves by making the nation ungovernable now!

WAKE UP ZIMBABWE, no one will come to your rescue,-liberate yourselves by making the nation ungovernable now!

WAKE UP ZIMBABWE, Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has implemented fuel price adjustments as from today , meaning that diesel and petrol will now cost RTGS$4.89 and RTGS$4.97 respectively, based on the US$1:RTGS$4.6125 exchange rate. No one will come to your rescue,-liberate yourselves by making the nation ungovernable now! At this very moment we are faced with daily increasing fuel prices and an ever present threat of civil unrest across Zimbabwe as any one in…

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‘Yes, sanctions and Zanu-PF are inseparable twins, they move together, so Zanu-PF and sanctions must go!’ Chamisa.

‘Yes, sanctions and Zanu-PF are inseparable twins, they move together, so Zanu-PF and sanctions must go!’ Chamisa.

“Yes, sanctions and Zanu-PF must go because they are twins, they move together. When you see Zanu-PF, you have seen sanctions. We have said we don’t want sanctions on our country, but sanctions will only go after we remove Zanu-PF. Zanu-PF is the inviter of sanctions on this country.”Chamisa said in conversations with United States officials, he told them that the MDC was keen to see a normalisation of relations, “but they must judge us…

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ZIMBABWE’S POLITICAL CIRCUS AS MDC-Alliance Members of Parliament cost the taxpayer over US$100 000 by walking out of parliament

ZIMBABWE’S POLITICAL CIRCUS AS MDC-Alliance Members of Parliament cost the taxpayer over US$100 000 by walking out of parliament

.This drama last week triggered the re-sitting of the House last Friday. The National Assembly re-sit came about because of a early adjourned of the previous day’s proceedings when MDC ALLIANCE MPs walked out instantly causing a parliamentary quorum crisis at the very time the House was about to debate two crucial Bills, namely the Tripartite Negotiating Forum Bill and Companies and Other Entities Bill.Zimbabwe’s Parliament which in general does not sit on Fridays, had…

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Ex Harare St Johns deputy, nominated as one of the 2019-2020 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellows at Harvard University.

Ex Harare St Johns deputy, nominated as one of the 2019-2020 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellows at Harvard University.

NEAL Hovelmeier, a former St John’s College deputy headmaster in Harare, who acrimoniously parted ways with the school after admitting that he was gay, has been nominated as one of the 2019-2020 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellows at Harvard University.According to the institute, Hovelmeier will pursue an individual project in a community dedicated to exploration and inquiry at Harvard’s institute for advanced study.The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is regarded one of the foremost…

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Zimbabwe Travel Advisory, Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution’, US warns Americans to be vigilant in Zimbabwe “due to crime and civil unrest”

Zimbabwe Travel Advisory, Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution’,  US warns Americans to be vigilant in Zimbabwe “due to crime and civil unrest”

.The United States had issued a warning to its citizens over possible civil unrest in the Southern African country.In a notice titled ‘Zimbabwe Travel Advisory, Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution’, released Tuesday, the US warned Americans to be vigilant in Zimbabwe “due to crime and civil unrest”.“Violent crime, such as assault, carjacking, and home invasion, is common. Smashing the windows of cars with the intent to steal, which can harm the driver or passengers, is…

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ZIMBABWE’S two vice presidents earn US$14 000 a month each at a time the government is struggling to pay civil servants a living wage, it has been revealed.

ZIMBABWE’S two vice presidents earn US$14 000 a month each  at a time the government is struggling to pay civil servants a living wage, it has been revealed.

President Emmerson Mnangwagwa has two VPs, namely, Kembo Mohadi and Constantino Chiwenga.The duo’s remuneration has not been made public since they rose to the lofty positions after the military toppled former president Robert Mugabe in 2017.However, a divorce wrangle pitting Mohadi and his former wife Tambudzani has helped to lift the lid on the VPs’ benefits with a payslip attached to a court application revealing the veteran politician from Beitbridge earns $7 000 in basic…

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