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Zimbabwe Court has dismissed application by former Vice President Joice Mujuru to challenge the introduction of new banknotes.

ZIM CONCOURT DISMISSES MUJURU’S APPLICATION AGAINST NEW BANKNOTES Joice Mujuru said the new money, called bond notes, would violate her constitutional rights. Leader of the Zimbabwe People First party and former Zimbabwe vice president Joice Mujuru. Picture: AFP. JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court has dismissed an application by the country’s …

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#Zimbabwe artist Gareth Nyandoro, winner, Emerging Voices 2016 Art Award

Artist’s vivid, abstract depictions of commercial life in Harare have earned him international recognition © Emeka Kupeski Okereke by: Rose Carr While Gareth Nyandoro’s vivid, abstract depictions of commercial life in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, have earned him international recognition, the response of his local audience remains paramount to the artist. …

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#Tajamuka leader Promise Mkwananzi leader further remanded

#TAJAMUKA/Sesijikile leader Promise Mkwananzi and his co-accused, Bruce Usviso, were yesterday further remanded to October 20 when they appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing public violence charges. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Their routine remand appearance before magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro yesterday came following their release on bail by High Court judge …

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Mugabe shamelessly accepts United Nations Donation of US$2m to Zimbabwe’s decaying Health system, Days After Mugabe Threatened to Pull Out of the UN

TWO days after President Robert Mugabe threatened pull out of the United Nations the World Health Organisation (WHO) Monday donated 33 vehicles, computers and materials worth nearly $2 million towards the Ministry of Health and Child’s immunisation programme. The equipment was procured by Global Alliance for Vaccines (GAVI) Health Systems …

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