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Zim Tourism Sector Lost Us$1b During Covid-19 Lockdown

ZIMBABWE could have lost between US$500 million and US$1 billion during the closure of the tourism sector due to the devastating coronavirus lockdown, the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has estimated. In an interview with NewZim TV’s Business Brief on NewZimbabwe.com, ZTA spokesperson Godfrey Koti said the pandemic had a crippling …

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Outcry As Vic Falls Council Hikes Maternity Fees

VICTORIA FALLS: Council here has come under fire from residents who have accused the local authority of trying to “punish” women for getting pregnant after the municipality proposed to hike clinic fees. Maternity fees for pregnant women who are booked with council clinics will fork out US$28 while those who …

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Return of Inter-City Buses Brings Relief to Public

VICTORIA FALLS: The return of long-distance buses on the country’s highways has come as a huge relief to citizens who have been finding it hard to travel as private motorists charged exorbitant fares. The government a fortnight ago lifted the ban on intercity travel and allowed long-distance buses to resume …

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Binga CEO Accused of Using Council Resources in Zanu-PF Campaign

BINGA Rural District chief executive, Joshua Muzamba is in the eye of a storm following allegations of abusing council resources in campaigning for Zanu PF’s forthcoming District Coordinating Committees (DCC) elections. Zanu PF is currently conducting DCC elections in all the provinces. A local civic rights group, Citizen Watch claimed …

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Zimbabwe Govt Unaccountable, Pervaded By Military – Ibbo Mandaza

SABC Zimbabwean Professor Ibbo Mandaza has emphasised the need for South Africa to safeguard its democracy, the independence of institutions and to ensure that the military conforms to the constitution. Mandaza was speaking at the ANC’s OR Tambo political school on the lessons that South Africa can learn from Zimbabwe’s …

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