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Makwanya burial today

Victor Maphosa Herald Correspondent The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation Diplomatic Correspondent Judith Makwanya will be buried at Warren Hills Cemetery today at 11am. The veteran journalist died on Monday at West End Clinic in Harare after a short illness. She was 56. Speaking during a memorial service held at Doves Funeral …

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Tobacco season opens next week

Nesia Mhaka and Ellen Chasokela All is set for the opening of the 2019 tobacco selling season with the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) yesterday saying it was ready. The season opens next week. TIMB corporate communications manager Mr Isheunesu Moyo told The Herald: “The marketing season comes on …

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SA Based Opposition Leader in Hot Soup for Insulting ED

Opposition Ideal Zimbabwe leader Tinashe Jonasi (42) was today hauled before the Harare magistrates court answering to charges of undermining the authority of President Emerson Mnangagwa. The controversial opposition leader is alleged to have insulted President Mnangagwa, accusing him of having a secret affair with his adviser Christopher Mutsvangwa’s wife, …

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President notifies Parly of army role

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa yesterday notified Parliament of his decision to deploy members of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces to assist the police in the wake of riotous and unlawful demonstrations on August 1, 2018 and January 14 to 16, 2019. The demonstrations saw lives lost and left a …

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Beitbridge-Harare road rehab on track

Victor Maphosa Herald Correspondent Government through the Central Mechanical Equipment Department (CMED) has procured a US$700 000 road reclaimer to quicken the rehabilitation of the Beitbridge-Harare-Chirundu Road. Speaking in Beatrice where the Department of Roads have started rehabilitating the highway after completing a three-kilometre detour, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister …

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Be Humble and Listen, Chamisa Tells ED

Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has told President Emmerson Mnangagwa to be ‘humble’ and be ready to listen to the plight of economically impoverished citizens. This follows remarks by Mnangagwa at the closing ceremony of the Bi-National meeting when he equated the opposition supremo with satan who always troubled God. …

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Duty-free cars for civil servants

Felex Share Senior Reporter Government has given civil servants the green light to import cars duty-free as President Mnangagwa’s administration continues to cushion its workers through non-monetary incentives. Civil servants officially received the good news during a National Joint Negotiating Forum (NJNC) held in Harare yesterday. This comes amid reports …

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EDevolution gathers pace

Africa Moyo and Thupeyo Muleya PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday urged Matabeleland South Province to explore ways of developing its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) using low-hanging fruits such as minerals and agriculture in line with Government’s programme of devolving power to provinces. He said the time for provinces to look up to …

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Mandiwanzira Wins Bid for Stay of Proceedings

Former minister of Information and Communication Technology, Supa Mandiwanzira was yesterday granted a stay of proceedings by the High Court. High Court judge, Justice Esther Muremba ruled in favor of Mandiwanzira, a move that will stall proceedings at the lower court until the Constitutional Court makes a ruling on his …

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Mnangagwa Likens Difficult Chamisa to Satan

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has likened opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa’s difficult behaviour to that of the biblical Satan. This follows his rival’s decision to reject the Zanu-PF leader’s invitation for talks. “We will not be swayed by negative forces because even the Lord upstairs was not able to keep His …

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