YELLOWER YOLKS, DOUBLE THE NUMBER, LARGER EGGS , thanks to human extrement says Kenyan farmer Victor Kyalo.

YELLOWER YOLKS, DOUBLE THE NUMBER, LARGER EGGS , thanks to human extrement says Kenyan farmer Victor Kyalo.

www.newzimbabwevision says this practice is not new in the food production cycle, just that the consumers are never told the full truth, case in point, in Bulawayo Zimbabwe the Aisleby council farm at the sewage waste treatment centre in Richmond has ‘lush green grass’ grown on human waste from the treatment and watered with the water from the treatment process, resulting in ‘fat delicious beef’ sold to butchers who sell off the ‘lovely’ meat to…

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Priscilla, says, pregnant girls should be allowed to continue with their education as a way to capacitate the girl child.

Priscilla, says, pregnant girls should be allowed to continue with their education as a way to capacitate the girl child.

THE Education Amendment Bill, which is currently in its second reading stage in the National Assembly, has attracted heated debate on whether pregnant girls should be allowed to continue with class.Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Primary and Secondary Education, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, suggested that pregnant girls should be allowed to continue with their education as a way to capacitate the girl child.But some MPs said allowing a pregnant girl to continue with class was…

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NICK MANGWANA THE Perm Sec has opposed calls by ZANU PF regime MPs to bring back corporal punishment in schools

NICK MANGWANA THE Perm Sec has opposed calls by  ZANU PF regime MPs to bring back corporal punishment in schools

NICK MANGWANA THE Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information Publicity and Broadcasting Services has opposed calls by the militarised Mnangagwa ZANU PF regime Parliamentarians to revisit the clause banning corporal punishment in schools, arguing “If beating up or torturing adults is inhumane and degrading treatment, how about children?”“It seems our MPS are advocating for violence against children. They attribute Zimbabwe’s high literacy rate to canning suggesting we were canned until we became literate,” said…

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8 DRIVERS bribed two Sinohydro security guards with RTGS$5 not to be searched on exit after draining 175 litres diesel from trucks on site for sale.

8 DRIVERS bribed  two Sinohydro security guards with  RTGS$5 not to be searched on exit after draining  175 litres diesel from trucks  on site for sale.

EIGHT HAULAGE DRIVERS bribed two Sinohydro security guards with RTGS$5 for them not to be searched on exit after draining 175 litres diesel from trucks parked on the company’s for sale. The eight drivers stole the fuel on Monday night last week and the offences were discovered the next day on Tuesday after a driver noticed drops of diesel near the tipper trucks resulting in management making a police reportThe arrested drivers are named as…

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In sub-Saharan Africa, 60 million live with hepatitis B and 11 million live with hepatitis C now a major public health threat in Africa’.

In sub-Saharan Africa, 60 million live with hepatitis B and 11 million live with hepatitis C now a major public health threat in Africa’.

NAIROBI. – The World Health Organisation (WHO) yesterday called on African governments and partners to roll out robust interventions aimed at reducing the burden of hepatitis disease in the continent. Olufunmilayo Lesi, communicable diseases specialist at WHO Regional Office for Africa, said hepatitis has emerged as a major public health threat in Africa.“The burden of viral hepatitis in Africa is huge, but we must harness the power of technology, knowledge and public awareness to accelerate…

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ICC CANNOT ARREST MNANGAGWA because Zimbabwe is not a signatory to the Rome Statute that established the ICC.

ICC CANNOT ARREST MNANGAGWA because Zimbabwe is not  a signatory to the Rome Statute that established the ICC.

A respected Human Rights lawyer Pedzisai Ruhanya has said attempts by Team Pachedu to have President Emmerson Mnangagwa hauled before the International Criminal Court will not succeed. Team Pachedu, a non governmental organisation, reported Mnangagwa to the ICC for the killings of people by the army on 1 August 2018.The army opened fire using live ammunition on protesters in Harare who had taken to the streets over delays in announcing the results of the 2018…

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BREAKING NEWS: ‘FORMER Deputy Home Affairs Minister Obedingwa Mguni reportedly collapsed and died late Tuesday’.

BREAKING NEWS: ‘FORMER Deputy Home Affairs Minister Obedingwa Mguni reportedly collapsed and died late Tuesday’.

While officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were not immediately available for comment, New Zimbabwe.com sources close to the party confirmed that indeed he had passed away.Mguni a senior Zanu-PF official in Matabeleland South.Mguni was also currently serving as Zanu-PF deputy Chief Whip in Parliament.Details were still sketchy late Tuesday night. Source – newzimbabwe 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…

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3 SUSPECT ACCIDENTS, Pastor Chiwenga in Masvingo, MDC Mat South chair Moyo in Plumtree and Advocate Thabani Mpofu in Muzarabani, Mashonaland Central.

3 SUSPECT ACCIDENTS, Pastor Chiwenga in Masvingo, MDC Mat South chair Moyo in Plumtree and Advocate Thabani Mpofu in Muzarabani, Mashonaland Central.

Prominent Harare lawyer Thabani Mpofu is not ruling out foul play after his vehicle overturned, trapping him for several minutes last Saturday.Prominent Harare lawyer Thabani Mpofu is not ruling out foul play after his vehicle overturned, trapping him for several minutes last Saturday.Mpofu, who represented MDC leader Nelson Chamisa in his election petition last August, escaped with minor injuries after a vehicle in which he was a passenger overturned in Muzarabani, Mashonaland Central.The vehicle, a…

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MDC Matebeleland south chair Solani Moyo hospitalised after crashing his car, while travelling from rural Plumtree to Bulawayo.

MDC Matebeleland south chair Solani Moyo hospitalised after crashing his car, while travelling from rural Plumtree to Bulawayo.

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BULLYING, HARASSMENT, victimisation, threats, abuse, discrimination , racism, degrading, humiliating, denigrating, offensive, hostilite treatment that employees are subjected to.

BULLYING, HARASSMENT, victimisation, threats, abuse, discrimination , racism, degrading, humiliating, denigrating, offensive,  hostilite treatment that employees are subjected to.

BULLYING, HARASSMENT, victimisation, threats, abuse, discrimination , racism, degrading, humiliating, denigrating, offensive and countless forms of hostility that employees are subjected to.Many employees are subjected to bullying, harassment, victimisation, threats, abuse, discrimination, racism, harassment, degrading, humiliating, denigrating, offensive and countless forms of hostility , often masked by organisational failures that include ‘white face management’, ineffective or undefined policies with regards to an organisation’s duty of care towards employees, lack of dignity towards the employees, normalisation…

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