Zimbabwe: Zim Launches National Digital Terrestrial Television

Conrad Mupesa — INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister, Senator Monica Mutsvangwa is expected to launch the Digital Terrestrial Television this morning in Magunje. Minister Mutsvangwa is accompanied by Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Mary Mliswa-Chikoka, Information Deputy Minister, Kindness Paradza, Information Ministry permanent secretary, Nick Mangwana. …

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Zimbabwe: Rankings Boost for Pakistan Ahead of Zim Tour

By Eddie Chikamhi Pakistan players were handed a huge boost ahead of their tour of Zimbabwe after skipper Babar Azam grabbed the number one spot in the Men’s One Day International cricket rankings following a series win over South Africa. The Asians, who are scheduled to arrive in Harare this …

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Zimbabwe: Harare Will Shine Again – Minister Chidawu

By Blessings Chidakwa The suffering of Harare Metropolitan residents due to failed administration in opposition-run local authorities will soon be a thing of the past as the central Government has moved in to ensure sanity prevails in councils. Speaking today during a Harare province stakeholders consultative forum focusing on the …

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Zimbabwe: Teachers Slam Govt Reintroduction of ‘Youth Militia’

Teachers have met with condemnation, a recent government decision to reintroduce the controversial National Youth Service training programme often dismissed by opponents as a Zanu PF indoctrination exercise. Speaking in separate interviews Wednesday, the educators slammed government for alleged lack of priority in terms of scarce national resource deployment. The …

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Zimbabwe: False Start to MDC Alliance 12’s Chinhoyi Trial

By James Muonwa THE trial of 12 MDC Alliance officials arrested February this year at the party’s Chinhoyi offices during a meeting police claim was in defiance of Covid-19 lockdown regulations, was Tuesday deferred due to the absence of a key state witness. The court heard the state had failed …

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Zimbabwe: Ruling On Mliswa’s Concourt Referral Request Deferred

By Mary Taruvinga Harare magistrate Tafadzwa Miti Wednesday postponed ruling to next Tuesday in a matter in which Norton Independent legislator Temba Mliswa is seeking referral of his case to Constitutional Court. In postponing the matter, Miti said she was overwhelmed with many cases which was presiding over. Mliswa applied …

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