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Zimbabwe: Govt Will Not Rig Exchange Rate – Mthuli Ncube

By Anna Chibamu GOVERNMENT will not attempt to impose any auction rate different from the prevailing one on the market as doing so will undermine the auction system, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube has said. Ncube was responding to MPs in Parliament Wednesday after the legislators had called on the Treasury …

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Zimbabwe: Mine Workers Demand Us Dollar Wages, Rejects NEC Offer

By Staff Reporter MINE workers have rejected a 22% wage hike awarded to them by employers arguing this was a pittance considering the country’s poverty datum line now averaging $40 000. In an interview, Zimbabwe Diamond and Allied Minerals Workers Union (ZDAMWU) general secretary Justice Chinhema said workers were rejecting …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Barred From Evicting Chilonga Villagers

By Robert Tapfumaneyi THE High Court has granted an interim relief barring government from evicting more than 12 000 Chilonga villagers from their ancestral land in Chiredzi. The interdict was granted Friday after six villagers and the Trustees Centre for Natural Resource Governance approached the High Court seeking an order …

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Zimbabwe: Robbers Raid Service Stations

By Bulawayo Bureau ARMED robbers raided two service stations in Bulawayo this week and at one of them tied attendants and a security guard’s hands before they started serving unsuspecting motorists for about three hours, while collecting the cash. The robbers went away with various amounts of cash from both …

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Zimbabwe: First Lady Urges Nation to Embrace Vaccination Programme

By Tendai Rupapa FIRST Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa has paid tribute to frontline health workers countrywide for the work they are doing in mitigating the effects of Covid-19 and urged the country’s citizenry to embrace the vaccination programme currently underway. Amai Mnangagwa is Zimbabwe’s health ambassador and has been at the …

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