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ZHRC raps police, army brutality

THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has condemned the police and army clampdown on people suspected to have looted shops and barricaded roads during last week’s protests over fuel prices, resulting in loss of lives. BY VENERANDA LANGA The human rights body said the action by the security forces was …

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Civil servants’ allowance on Friday

Freeman Razemba Senior ReporterCIVIL servants will receive the 22,7 percent cushioning allowance offered by President Mnangagwa this Friday, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Dr Sekai Nzenza has said. President Mnangagwa offered civil servants the allowance last week to cover the January to March 2019 period. The allowance will …

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Mnangagwa Must Act, But Don’t Give Up on Zimbabwe – Former Envoy Tells U.S.

GUEST COLUMNBy Harry K. Thomas Washington, DC — Zimbabwe, a land of unparalleled beauty and infinite potential, is again under democratic and economic siege. Armed men are removing residents from their homes. Unknown assailants have burnt the headquarters of the leading opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change. Supermarkets are struggling …

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Ramaphosa Calls for End to Zimbabwe Sanctions

By Andre van Wyk Cape Town — President Ramaphosa, who is in Geneva, Switzerland for the release of a report by the International Labour Organisation, urged the EU to lift whatever sanctions it may still have on the southern African nation because the nation is on the path to great …

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‘Zim demos part of an African plot’

Felex Share Senior ReporterRecent demonstrations in the country were not a local affair, but a way by Western countries to camouflage their goals on Zimbabwe and the African continent in general, Presidential spokesperson Mr George Charamba said yesterday. It emerged yesterday that three African states namely Zimbabwe, Sudan and DRC …

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