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Harare expenditure outstrips income

Blessings Chidakwa Municipal Correspondent Beleaguered Harare City Council is collecting between $13 million and $20 million monthly, while spending $12 million on salaries and $8 million on fuel, leaving the council with no money earmarked for service delivery. This has exposed the local authority that is reportedly losing US$20 million …

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Clean-up campaign transforms communities

Columbus Mabika Herald Reporter The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has said the National Environment Cleaning Campaign initiative launched by President Mnangagwa has transformed the face of communities, with many people now adopting cleanliness in their areas. EMA environmental education and publicity manager Mrs Amkela Sidange told The Herald yesterday ahead …

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President On Call . . .

“The State has a responsibility to ensure the protection and safety of all citizens. New measures might have to be formulated to deal with this new threat and to severely punish those responsible for such subterfuges,” said President Mnangagwa (September 20, 2019 Monday President Mnangagwa and Belarusian Chief of Presidential …

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Zaka East by-election on today

From George Maponga in Masvingo All is set for the Zaka East parliamentary by-election today, with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission(ZEC) yesterday saying it was all systems go for the plebiscite. The by-election will be held to fill a vacancy left following the death of Zanu-PF legislator Caston Gumbwanda due to …

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Zimra clarifies tax-free threshold

Herald Reporter The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) yesterday clarified that the tax-free threshold of $3 500 is applicable for the period of five months to December 2019. This means the tax-free threshold remains $700 per month. Zimra’s head corporate communications Mr Francis Chimanda said the Finance Act No 2 of …

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President leaves for UN

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa left for New York last night for the 74TH Ordinary Session of United Nations General Assembly, where the country’s focus would be on discussions around climate change. In his address to the nation last night, the President said the country would also use the …

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Council begs minister over Zimra debt

Joseph Madzimure and Columbus Mabika Harare City Council, after failing to bring service delivery to the doorstep of the residents, has begged Government through the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Professor Mthuli Ncube to intervene in its quest to clear $140 million debt legacy it owes the Zimbabwe Revenue …

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Govt calls on society groups to work together

Natasha Kokai Herald Reporter Government has called on healthy stakeholders to work together to overcome barriers to vaccination. The call was made by Minister of Health and Child Care Dr Obadiah Moyo during the national launch of the 2019 Measles Rubella Campaign and Vitamin A supplement in Seke yesterday. The …

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3 927 graduate at UZ

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa yesterday conferred 3 927 with various undergraduate and post-graduate degrees at the University of Zimbabwe, and installed Professor Paul Mapfumo as the fifth vice chancellor of the institution. The graduands were drawn from nine faculties of the university, with 3 132 graduating with Bachelor …

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‘Righteous’ cop frustrated by corruption

Daniel Nemukuyu Investigations and Special Reports Editor A POLICE Constable, who claims to have endured corruption in the police service for seven years, has finally thrown in the towel and tendered his resignation, The Herald can reveal. Cst Richard Maziva (Force Number 077716Y) of Harare Central Police Station traffic section …

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