TRANSFORM ZIMBABWE: ‘Fellow Zimbabweans, I wish you a prosperous 2017. Home will be home gain!

Fellow Zimbabweans, on behalf of Transform Zimbabwe and all our leadership I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a prosperous 2017. We should be truly grateful having made it through 2016 which was a difficult year and while 2017 may shape up to be difficult for most Zimbabweans, we must remain hopeful and work hard to ensure that brighter days are ahead of us. As we are all aware ZANU PF leadership…

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Chanetsa , a national hero who tame white farmers, laid to rest at Zimbabwe’s national heroes acre

    Zimbabwe takes pride in its successful land reform story, and it is through cadres like Cde Peter Chanetsa that the country has made the programme irreversible, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. In his address at the burial of Cde Chanetsa at the National Heroes Acre in Harare yesterday, Acting President Mnangagwa said the national hero played a pivotal role in driving the Land Reform Programme during his tenure as Governor of Mashonaland…

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FIVE MEN carjacked a pirate taxi driver, axed him and left him for dead robbing an illegal money changer of more than R75 000.

FIVE MEN carjacked a pirate taxi driver, axed him and left him for dead robbing an illegal money changer of more than R75 000.

A FIVE-MAN gang allegedly carjacked a pirate taxi driver, axed him and left him for dead before using his vehicle to rob an illegal money changer of more than R75 000 in assorted currencies. Police have arrested three suspects following the heist on Tuesday. The police Vehicle Theft Squad (VTS) arrested Venson Nzima (22) of Pumula East, Africa Ncube (24) of Lobengula West, Anisto Nyoni (22) of Emganwini the following day and recovered the stolen…

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Bulawayo’s Ekusileni Medical Centre, a specialist hospital still closed 14 years after completion,…Welcome to Zimbabwe!

Bulawayo’s Ekusileni Medical Centre, a specialist hospital still closed 14 years after completion,…Welcome to Zimbabwe!

CABINET will deliberate on ways to open Bulawayo’s Ekusileni Medical Centre, a specialist hospital following the appointment of a committee that will identify an appropriate investor to partner Government in running the health institution. Government took over the hospital, which has never been operational since its inception 14 years ago and is hunting for a partner to help run the centre through a public private partnership. Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa yesterday…

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TYPHOID: Food-vending especially in undesignated areas is a serious health issue, never to be taken lightly

. Time and again I read your twitters most of which I like, their inspiring quotes. However I wish to differ with your twitter regarding the banning of food-vending, this ban is long overdue. Food-vending is the most dangerous health risk we cannot afford as an emerging nation. We do have economic hardships in the country, serious ones as you highlight them eloquently. When the Minister of Health goes on to banning the food-vending most…

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MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai met new Ghana President Nana Akufo Addo in private after the inauguration ceremony.

  The MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai who attended the inauguration of the new Ghana President Nana Akufo Addo later met the new leader in private after the inauguration. Party officails posted on Facebook photos of Tsvangirai sitting in an office with Addo. MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai is in Ghana where he attended the inauguration of Nana Akufo-Addo. He was accompanied by his Deputy Nelson Chamisa who confirmed that Tsvangirai will hold private talks with the…

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‘Barbourfields cannot become Lookout Masuku Stadium as the late Zipra commander has no football history’- MDC-T councilors.

‘Barbourfields cannot become Lookout Masuku  Stadium  as the  late Zipra commander has no football history’- MDC-T councilors.

  Barbourfields Stadium cannot be changed to Lookout Masuku  Stadium  as the  late Zipra commander has no known history of football, MDC-T councilors declared. Bulawayo council seek to rename the famous stadium and the late Highlanders Football Club patron Tafi Moyo has emerged as the front runner. Councillors acknowledged that Masuku played  a vital role in the liberation struggle but made no contribution to football in both the city or the country, to deserve the…

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PDZ leader Barbara Nyagomo lists over 559 Churches saying if only these denominations were companies Zimbabwe would be wealthy

PDZ  leader Barbara Nyagomo lists over 559 Churches  saying if only  these denominations were companies Zimbabwe would be wealthy

PDZ  leader Barbara Nyagomo lists over 559 Churches  saying if only  these denominations were companies Zimbabwe would be wealthy. Progressive Democrats Zimbabwe leader Barbara Nyagomo has compiled a list over 559 Churches in Zimbabwe and expressed her wish that if these denominations were companies in the country the nation will be flourishing with wealth.   The list she gave leaves a lot of denomination as the formation of churches is currently on the increase.   “ZIMBABWEANS how…

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High Court of Zimbabwe to hear 45 murders, one robbery and prophet Walter Magaya’s rape case between this month and March

High Court of Zimbabwe to hear 45 murders, one robbery and prophet Walter Magaya’s rape case between this month and March

The High Court of Zimbabwe will this term alone hear 45 murder cases, one robbery case and prophet Walter Magaya’s rape case between this month and March. The National Prosecuting Authority has since notified authorities in charge of prisons in Bindura, Marondera, Karoi, Mt Darwin, Murehwa, Kadoma, Chinhoyi and Mutoko to make arrangements and transfer the murder suspects held in their prisons to Harare prisons immediately. Police have been advised to ensure that witnesses are…

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Children risk contracting tuberculosis (TB) as Zimbabwe runs out of Bacille de Calmette et Guérin, (BCG) vaccine at most polyclinics and public health facilities

Children risk contracting tuberculosis (TB) as Zimbabwe runs out of Bacille de Calmette et Guérin, (BCG) vaccine at most polyclinics and public health facilities

  HUNDREDS of thousands of Zimbabwean children are at risk of contracting tuberculosis (TB) due to a critical shortage of the Bacille de Calmette et Guérin, better known as BCG vaccine, at most polyclinics and public health facilities countrywide. A number of parents interviewed by Newsday Weekender expressed concern at the development, which has the potential to expose their babies to TB infection. Major hospitals and clinics do not have the drug, while in some…

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