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Campaigns should address bread, butter issues

NewsDay Comment Issues that affect the poor majority, must leave no room for lies, hate speech and cheap politicking, which incite violence. Since the coming in of the “new Zanu PF dispensation” last November, we have been made to believe that as Zimbabweans we have come of age and are …

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Kariba Pastor Acquitted Over Anti-Govt Protest

A Zimbabwean Court has set free Remnant Pentecostal Church leader Pastor Patrick Mugadza after acquitting him on charges of criminal nuisance following a protest he staged in November 2016, where he tied himself to some steel rails while demonstrating against President Robert Mugabe’s administration. Pastor Mugadza, who had been on …

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Campaigns should address bread, butter issues

By Learnmore Zuze The recent deliberate falsification of Nelson Chamisa’s statements by The Herald that he had said something to the effect that he can impregnate any woman is quite disturbing. In essence, what The Herald succeeded in doing is to depict Mnangagwa’s electoral campaign as based on unfounded attacks …

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Govt Worry Over Social Security Cover for Informal Sector

Government has expressed worry over the absence of social security coverage for workers in the informal sector saying they are left with no means to lifecycle risks. In a speech read on her behalf at the recently ended East and Central Africa Social Security Association (ECASA) meeting held in Victoria …

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SRC acts on Zifa, ZC

BY GARISH PHIRI The SRC has also summoned Zifa to seek answers on the current administration’s continued stay in office after their term of office expired. That matter has, however, since been dealt with by Fifa who have ordered elections. Yesterday, the SRC board chairman, Edward Siwela addressed a Press …

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