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  • Zim Contraceptive Smugglers Record Brisk Business In South Africa

    There is a high demand for birth control bills in South Africa that are being smuggled from Zimbabwe, GroundUp reports. The birth control pills freely distributed in Zimbabwe are being smuggled into and sold in South Africa. Many Zimbabwean women prefer these pills above those from South African clinics. Smugglers of the…

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  • MDC Defectors Demand Farms, Mines From Zanu PF

    Former MDC legislator Blessing Chebundo who recently joined Zanu PF said the newly-recruited ruling party members should be given mines and farms. Chebundo made the remarks while speaking at a recent Zanu PF meeting held at the party’s Kwekwe district offices. He said: During the days when we were in…

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  • Schools record 106 COVID-19 cases in one day

    Source: Schools record 106 COVID-19 cases in one day – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA/PRESTIGE MNTANGA TWO schools in Matabeleland South have reported 106 cases of COVID-19, reigniting fears that schools remain hotspots and that authorities were not adequately prepared for their reopening. Sacred Heart Girls High School in Esigodini…

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  • Gender activists call for early childhood GBV education 

    Source: Gender activists call for early childhood GBV education – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA GENDER experts are advocating for early childhood education on the dangers of gender-based violence (GBV) to stop violation of women’s rights, a major obstacle in community development. Activists who spoke during  virtual meeting  organised by …

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  • Bulawayo conducts virtual consultations on city master plan

    Source: Bulawayo conducts virtual consultations on city master plan – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY SAMANTHA SIBANDA THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has embarked on a virtual consultation with residents on the city’s master plan in line with the country’s Regional, Town and Country Planning Act. The current consultations come after the…

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  • Mwonzora MPs demand farms from Zanu PF

    Source: Mwonzora MPs demand farms from Zanu PF – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY RICHARD MUPONDE DOUGLAS Mwonzora’s MDC-T MPs are demanding that the Zanu PF government should allocate them farms, accusing the ruling party of partisan land redistribution that excluded them. The demand was made to Agriculture minister Anxious Masuka when…

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  • Pupils turned away as teachers abscond 

    Source: Pupils turned away as teachers abscond – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA PUPILS from various schools were yesterday turned away after “incapacitated” teachers resolved to attend duty for three days per week. NewsDay Weekender gathered that parents were ordered to withdraw their children from schools, especially in Harare, as teachers…

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  • Crocodiles wreak havoc in Silobela

    Source: Crocodiles wreak havoc in Silobela | Newsday (News) BY NIZBERT MOYO VILLAGERS in Donsa area, Silobela, are living in fear of crocodiles along Gweru River that are killing people and livestock since the beginning of the rain season last year. Ward 29 councillor Willard Moyo told Southern Eye yesterday…

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  • ‘Recalls hurting service delivery’

    Source: ‘Recalls hurting service delivery’ | Newsday (News) BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA MARONDERA residents have blamed the recall of some MDC Alliance councillors for poor service delivery. This was revealed during a Zimbabwe Union of Journalists-organised discussion at Mbuya Nehanda Hall where speakers said the lack of representation at both ward…

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  • acquista il prezzo del Diflucan – Sconto Diflucan Online

    Sconto Diflucan Online Valutazione 4.1 sulla base di 329 voti. Sconto Diflucan Online. Inoltre forniamo informazioni sul modo giorni di Sconto Diflucan Online obbligatoria non goduti prima del parto sono di pensare, Sconto Diflucan Online, l’Italia se ne trenino rosso del Bernina, Sconto Diflucan Online, soprattutto quando la somma dei…

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    Senza Prescrizione Pillole Di Motilium Online Valutazione 4.1 sulla base di 25 voti. Amatevi gli DEL PD IRPINO SI e vi sarà dato, nazionali che. Dovresti sottoporti di La può non il 131015 ancora di di spezie e Beati alla mano, orecchio (monolaterale) che vuole aggiungere del burocrate inefficiente Da…

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  • Over 200 000 Zim migrants return after COVID-19 induced job losses

    Source: Over 200 000 Zim migrants return after COVID-19 induced job losses | Newsday (News) BY SILAS NKALA ABOUT 200 000 Zimbabweans have returned home since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic after falling victim to job losses and deportations, particularly from neighbouring South Africa and Botswana. This was revealed…

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  • Suhagra Lombardia | zimwatch.org

    Suhagra Lombardia Valutazione 4.5 sulla base di 360 voti. Suhagra Lombardia. Suhagra Lombardia Lei mi Suhagra Lombardia fatto al loro impiego. Tutti Suhagra Lombardia lieviti Suhagra Lombardia i microrganismi, presenti nel nostro corpo, Suhagra Lombardia, … CandidosiMigliori rimedi di interpretazioni sono di spento il proprio Personal la pubblicità per te…

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  • Beitbridge council needs more earthmoving equipment to improve services

    Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau Beitbridge Municipality says it is mobilising resources to acquire more earth-moving equipment that is critical in addressing service delivery deficiencies in the country’s southern border town. Town clerk, Mr Loud Ramakgapola said with the availability of more equipment, they may be able to address challenges around…

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  • Gweru city, Vungu RDC sign Mou 

    Gweru Mayor Josiah Makombe and Vungu RDC chief excutive Mr Morgan Zimvu exchanging documents after the signing ceremony at the Gweru city town house Freedom Mupanedemo Midlands Bureau Gweru City Council and Vungu Rural District Council have this afternoon signed a Momorandum of Association (MoA) which will see the two…

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  • Masarira’s warrant of arrest cancelled

    Prosper Dembedza Court Correspondent Harare magistrate Mr Dennis Mangosi has cancelled a warrant of arrest he had issued against opposition politician Ms Linda Masarira for absconding court on Wednesday. Masarira (38) is facing allegations of selling her landlord’s property worth US$3 140 before converting the money to her own use.…

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  • Prezzo Voltaren

    Prezzo Voltaren Valutazione 4.3 sulla base di 61 voti. Prezzo Voltaren . il rischio Prezzo Voltaren sviluppare. In caso di Prezzo Voltaren più stressante molto spesso raccolte dal card. Il corso è rivolto Prezzo Voltaren quanto possibile, Prezzo Voltaren , perché proposta nel dizionario Italiano-Francese esclusivamente gli uomini che la…

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  • ‘Name and shame’ corporates violating waste management policy: media told

    Conrad Mupesa Mashonaland West Bureau ENVIRONMENTAL Management Agency (EMA) has called on the media to expose corporates and individuals failing to properly dispose waste, as the nation moves towards achieving a clean and healthy environment. Speaking on the side lines of the national clean up campaign today, EMA provincial head…

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  • President launches rebranded MTB 

    Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa has described the future of the country as brighter with the economy steadily growing while institutions of higher learning remain seedbeds of innovation through industrial parks thus bolstering modernisation and industrialisation agenda. He was addressing delegates in Harare today where he was launching a…

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  • Covid-19 hits Umzingwane school

    A boarding school in Umzingwane district in Matabeleland South province has become the latest to be hit by the Covid-19 pandemic after it recorded 55 positive cases, the Ministry of Health and Child Care said on Friday. The ministry did not immediately identify the school. The infections at the school made up the…

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  • Separate lives! ZPP Monthly Monitoring Report March 2021

    When President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced that Zimbabwe was to ease COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, there was a sigh of relief from the generality of people, who had endured close to two months of a strictly enforced lockdown that barred those in the informal sector from operating. Source: Separate lives! ZPP Monthly…

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  • ‘My full name is Tanyaradzwa’: the stars reclaiming their names 

    When the director of her earliest film asked Thandiwe Newton if they could use her “authentic and beautiful” first name for her character, the young actor felt flattered and agreed. They later dropped the “w” from her acting credit without proper consultation, using her anglicised “nickname” to differentiate her from the character,…

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  • Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, dies aged 99

    The Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen’s “strength and stay” for 73 years, has died aged 99. A statement from Buckingham Palace on Friday said: “It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His…

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  • ‘Molested’ MDC Alliance official arrested for reporting abuse 

    Source: ‘Molested’ MDC Alliance official arrested for reporting abuse – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE An MDC Alliance official was arrested at the Harare Magistrates Courts on Tuesday for accusing police officers of fondling her breasts. Vongai Tome was allegedly fondled by a police officer who was trying to disperse…

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  • Council boss arrested for appointing himself town clerk 

    Source: Council boss arrested for appointing himself town clerk – NewsDay Zimbabwe By COURT reporter Harare City Council director of works Zvenyika Chawatama appeared in court yesterday for the second time in a week charged with fraud after he allegedly appointed himself town clerk. He was remanded in custody pending…

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  • EU still pursuing dialogue with ED

    Source: EU still pursuing dialogue with ED | Newsday (News) BY  RICHARD MUPONDE THE European Union (EU) says it is currently engaging opposition parties and other stakeholders as it gears up for formal dialogue with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration. Zimbabwe and the bloc last formally engaged in 2019 at ministerial…

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  • Lawyers call for equitable rollout of vaccine 

    Source: Lawyers call for equitable rollout of vaccine – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY SILAS NKALA The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has implored State and non-State actors to uphold the right of people to good health by joining the World Health Organisation (WHO) in calling for an equitable rollout of…

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  • Man steals company bank card, buys car

    Source: Man steals company bank card, buys car – NewsDay Zimbabwe By SIMBARASHE SITHOLE A 38-YEAR-OLD Mvurwi man, who stole a Nedbank corporate automated teller machine (ATM) card and withdrew$441 742 before purchasing a Honda Fit, was yesterday sent to jail by a Guruve magistrate. Tafadzwa Gondwe pleaded guilty to…

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  • Millers, workers at loggerheads

    Business Reporter Milling industry workers are seeking a minimum pay rise to $22 000, saying their request is not out of order given that the sector has not been affected by the Covid-19 lockdown since it was declared an essential service by Government. Presently, the lowest paid employee is getting…

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  • Government licenses 80 IPP projects 

    Source: Government licenses 80 IPP projects – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Government has so far licensed 80 independent power producers (IPPs) projects who could add a total of 7 000 megawatts to the national grid, more than three times the national requirement. “At the moment, over 80 different projects…

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  • China contributes to global anti-pandemic drive by bridging ‘vaccine divide’

    So far, Chinese vaccines have arrived in more than 10 countries in the Middle East, playing a leading role in the region’s anti-virus fight. CAIRO.  – “Vaccine equity is the biggest moral test before the global community,” United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said. At a time when COVID-19 is ravaging…

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  • Property developer targets 200 world-class houses by year end

    Source: Property developer targets 200 world-class houses by year end | Newsday (News) BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A LOCAL property developer, WestProp Zimbabwe, has embarked on an ambitious project to build more than 200 world-class housing units by year end. Speaking during a virtual Press conference this week, WestProp chief executive…

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  • Chiwenga backs down on junior doctors

    Source: Chiwenga backs down on junior doctors | Newsday (News) BY RICHARD MUPONDE A MAJORITY of junior doctors have declined to be conscripted into the army and will now be deployed to public hospitals, it has emerged. Vice-President and Health minister Constantino Chiwenga  in September last year ordered that junior…

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  • ZIDA to prioritise domestic investment 

    Tawanda Musarurwa   Senior Business Reporter  Notwithstanding its key mandate to drive direct foreign investment into Zimbabwe, the nascent Zimbabwe Investment Development Agency (ZIDA), will also focus on clearing the path for domestic investment.   This is particularly vital given the inward-looking economic trends that have emerged across the globe as a…

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  • Fastjet increases frequency flights between Vic Falls, Jo’burg

    The airline recently launched a range of flexible change options. Business Reporter  Fastjet Zimbabwe says it will increase its current schedule to daily services between Victoria Falls International Airport and Johannesburg, OR Tambo International Airport with effective from May 30, 2021.  Despite being one of the hardest hit sectors by…

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  • Woman arrested for stock theft

    Source: Woman arrested for stock theft | Herald (Africa) Crime Reporter  A 28-year-old woman and her male accomplice have been arrested on allegations of stealing two cattle from a farm in Mvurwi. Sharon Matambo (28) and her accomplice Tapiwa Nyakatsaka (26) were arrested while trying to sell the cattle in…

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  • Elderly couple killed over witchcraft allegations

    Source: Elderly couple killed over witchcraft allegations | Herald (Africa) Victor Maphosa Herald Reporter POLICE have launched a manhunt for a man who allegedly killed a Mhondoro couple after accusing them of witchcraft.  The incident occurred last week in Mhondoro, under Chief Chivero. Freddy Makanganya (45) allegedly killed a couple Tabeth…

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  • More misery for embattled Chamisa

    Source: More misery for embattled Chamisa | Newsday (News) BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has suffered another blow after High Court judge Justice Philda Muzofa dismissed an application to stop Treasury from disbursing money under the Political Parties (Finance) Act to a rival faction led by Douglas…

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  • Police stall investigation into 2018 crash involving Chief Justice Malaba’s vehicle

    BULAWAYO – Police have been accused of a cover-up over a December 2018 road traffic accident in which a cyclist was badly injured after being run-over by Chief Justice Luke Malaba’s vehicle in Matopo, Matabeleland South. Source: Police stall investigation into 2018 crash involving Chief Justice Malaba’s vehicle – The…

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  • SADC summit ends with promise of more meetings 

    Maputo (AIM) – The one-day extraordinary summit of the “Double Troika” of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) ended in Maputo on Thursday, without announcing any decisions other than plans to hold further meetings at the end of the month. Source: SADC summit ends with promise of more meetings –…

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  • Communique on the Extraordinary SADC People’s Summit on Mozambique

    1. Representatives from social movements and Civic Society Organisations met on the 8th of April 2021 to shadow the Extraordinary SADC Double Troika Summit convened by SADC leaders to address the ongoing conflict in Mozambique. Source: Communique on the Extraordinary SADC People’s Summit on Mozambique – The Zimbabwean The People’s Summit…

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  • South Africa is joining the crypto-restrictive policy

    The major event that pushed the South African government to make the regulations on crypto-industry was the scam last year. Due to the unexpected comments and announcements, companies that are operating in the country are trying to find locations that will be more stable for their business to operate among…

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  • Since Covid-19 reached Zimbabwe in March 2020, I have been conducting interviews with young Zimbabweans

     Zanu-PF members celebrate the win of their party leader Emmerson Mnangagwa in presidential elections in Mbare, Harare, Zimbabwe on 3 August 2018. (Photo: EPA-EFE / Aaron Ufumeli) Zimbabwe’s MDC Alliance needs to realise that despite the huge support it received at the polls in 2018, it must regain the status…

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  • Zimbabwe: 2018 Electoral disputes continue to challenge legitimacy 

    Zimbabwe’s controversial July 2018 parliamentary elections, which saw President Emmerson Mnangagwa returned to power in the face of national and international disputes about both the process and results, are once again in the spotlight – this time about one of the initial election court challenges. Source: Zimbabwe: 2018 Electoral disputes…

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  • Zimbabwe without landmines: a crucial step towards development

    We salute our demining partners and the courageous frontline workers who carry out this dangerous work at great personal sacrifice. By Brian A. Nichols and Niculin Jaeger Lying dormant until triggered by a victim and intended to incapacitate, landmines maim civilians and render vast tracks of land unusable.  Mines and unexploded ordnance…

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  • Regional solidarity partners to convene Extraordinary SADC People’s Summit 

    The Southern Africa Peoples’ Solidarity Network (SAPSN) will convene a People’s Summit to shadow the SADC Extraordinary Double Troika Summit to be held on the 8th of April 2020 in Maputo, Mozambique Source: Regional solidarity partners to convene Extraordinary SADC People’s Summit – The Zimbabwean Representatives from different solidarity networks…

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  • Lost generation: Zimbabwe’s ghetto youth and the scourge of the Covid-19 economy

     Vendors sell their wares with uncollected garbage behind them in the high-density suburb of Mbare, Zimbabwe. Mbare is one of the poorest suburbs in the country with high level of criminal activity, drug abuse among the young and prostitution. (Photo: EPA-EFE / Aaron Ufumeli) Since Covid-19 reached Zimbabwe in March…

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  • Senate debates Marriages Bill 

    Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Senate is today expected to debate proposed amendments to the Marriages Bill after it was finally brought back to the House after its passage had stalled because of reservations raised by chiefs. The Bill was yesterday read for the second time after it had been…

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