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ED Defends New Fuel Price

By Mabasa Sasa Moscow, Russia — The recent decision to increase the prices of petrol and diesel was necessary and the conditions demanding that pronouncement presently remain unchanged, the President Mnangagwa has said. Addressing international media here last night, President Mnangagwa said the prior lower prices of petroleum products had …

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Streets in Zimbabwe Capital Empty Following Deadly Protests

Life has come to a standstill in the Zimbabwean capital after violent protests over the government’s announcement of a massive hike in fuel prices turned deadly. The streets of Harare were virtually empty Tuesday, with many businesses, banks and schools closed, after a call for a three-day strike by the …

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Civil Servants Awarded 22,7 Percent ‘Cushioning Allowance’

By Tendai Rupapa Government has with immediate effect directed that civil servants be awarded a ‘cushioning allowance’ of between 22,7 percent and 5 percent per month on a sliding scale between January and March. According to the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Dr Sekai Nzenza, the intervention …

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Security Minister Claims Protest Deaths – Blames MDC Terrorists

By Robert Tapfumaneyi State security minister Owen Ncube has claimed that Monday’s violent protests claimed lives as he blamed the opposition MDC party for what he described as “terrorism and total breakdown of rule of law and order.” The MDC denied involvement in the demonstrations which were aimed at protesting …

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