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Zimbabwe: Women Vendors Hit Hardest By Kwekwe Lockdown – MP

By Staff Reporter KWEKWE Proportional Representation MP, Perseverance Zhou says the localised lockdown imposed on Kwekwe by government recently was having an adverse impact on women especially those making a living through street vending. Government imposed the lockdown after authorities had detected a case of the dreaded Indian variant linked …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Launches Africa Day of School Feeding Programme

By Ndatenda Njanike GOVERNMENT Friday kickstarted the Africa Day Feeding Programme in schools throughout the country. During a launch ceremony held at Harare Central Prison School, Education Ministry Provincial Education Director Philemon Musakanya said the programme complemented First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa’s efforts aimed at preserving African Culture and heritage through …

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Zimbabwe: Indigenous Tourism Destinations On the Rise

Isdore Guvamombe — Tourism Talk Zimbabwe’s tourism and hospitality industry is growing by each day. Despite financial constrains, there has been massive investment in the tourism and hospitality industry, especially by small companies. Many indigenous Zimbabweans have invested heavily in the industry and are beginning to reap the fruits and …

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Zimbabwe: Mugabe Family Justified in Clinging to Ex-Leader’s Body – Tshinga Dube

By Bulawayo Correspondent OUTSPOKEN former minister and Zanu PF politburo member, Tshinga Dube has defended late former President Robert Mugabe’s family for burying the once fierce ruler at his rural home in Zvimba. Addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club on Africa Day, the ex-Makokoba legislator and one time Mugabe …

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Zimbabwe: Police Summon Gukurahundi Activist Over 2019 Violence

By Bulawayo Correspondent POLICE in Bulawayo have issued court summons to Ibhetshu LikaZulu secretary general, Mbuso Fuzwayo over his alleged involvement in violent protests which rocked Bulawayo City Hall in October 2019 following the abortive suspension of Town Clerk, Christopher Dube. Then acting mayor Tinashe Kambarami had suspended Dube over …

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Zimbabwe: Injured Boika Pulls Out of Wbf Contest

By Tadious Manyepo- RISING welterweight boxer, Brendan “Boika” Denes, has withdrawn from the high-profile World Boxing Council Africa title match against Tanzania’s Hassan Mwakinyo. He is suffering from a shoulder injury. The duel between Denes and Mwakinyo was supposed to headline the second edition of the Battle of Dar es …

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Zimbabwe: Facelift for Kwavamuzenda

By Victor Maphosa- The refurbishment of the KwaVaMuzenda Heritage Site has received a major boost following a donation of tiles and roofing material from a Chinese company, Sunny Yi Feng. KwaVaMuzenda Heritage Site was opened in Masvingo’s oldest suburb of Mucheke to celebrate the life of veteran nationalist and late …

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Zimbabwe: 93 Drug Peddlers Arrested

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has arrested a total of 93 drug peddlers and recovered drugs worth over $8,2 million, under the ongoing operation, “No to Crystal Meth’, as they declared war on drug lords. According to police the suspects were arrested between May 10 and 17 countrywide. Of the 93 …

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Zimbabwe: Drama Highlights Value of Funeral Assurance

By Precious Manomano Zimnat Life Assurance has partnered creative film-maker Ben Mahaka on the importance of investing in a funeral assurance plan for local artists by producing a drama titled “Jabu’s Homecoming”. The drama features musician Hope Masike, Adonis Ncube, Charlene Mangweni and was written by Mahaka. It only appears …

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Zimbabwe: Lawyer Coltart, Activists Sue Kazembe, Matanga for Wrongful Arrest

By Robert Tapfumaneyi Rights lawyer Douglas Coltart has joined hands with four pro-democracy activists to sue Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe, police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for RTGS$12.5 million for “wrongful and malicious arrest and prosecution” on charges of plotting to foment civil obedience in …

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