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Zimbabwe: Vice President Chiwenga appointed as new health minister

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed one of his deputies, Constantino Chiwenga, as Minister of Health taking the place of Obadiah Moyo who was sacked...

Zimbabwe President to flush out “bad apples”

The address by Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has left many with questions more than answers which some say was an act of damage control...

U.S ambassador to Zimbabwe accused of propagating violence

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party on Monday accused the United States ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols, for funding and propagating violence in Zimbabwe, as the...

Chief justice Malaba faces backlash for curtailing judiciary independence

The Africa Judges and jurists Forum (AJIF) utterly condemned the issuing of a memorandum by chief justice Malaba of Zimbabwe, which directed the Supreme...

Workstations, fast becoming Covid-19 trouble spots

A new leading trending menace of Covid-19, workplace virus spread has hit Zimbabwe following the relaxation of lockdown regulations. A number of workstations, have...

Zimbabwe government defers reopening of schools

Reopening of schools for examination classes which was scheduled for July 28 has been deferred, after a spike in confirmed local Covid-19 infections. The latest...

ZACC marks first anniversary

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) yesterday celebrated its first anniversary since its inception and appointment of members by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The ZACC chairperson...

13 LIVES LOST AS 1000 HAVE BEEN AFFECTED WITH DIARRHEA, TYPHOID...

Zimbabwe’s second largest city, Bulawayo is currently facing a health crisis as 13 lives have been lost while a thousand have been affected by...

ZIM GOVT FEARS OVERTHROW, BANS PROTEST

The government of Zimbabwe has banned and labeled the much awaited 31 July protest against corruption as a mere “subversion of the constitutional order”...

ZIMBABWE closes borders to prevent spread of coronavirus

Foreign travelling is now banned until further notice as President Emmerson Mnangagwa has restricted international travel, especially outside Africa, while civil servants have been...

Zimbabwe refugees are not allowed to stay in Botswana

About 60 Zimbabwean refugees have been fighting to stay in neighboring Botswana but their appeal was denied. The host government rejected their demand against...

Afreximbank to clear Zimbabwe’s power utility’s $70m debt arrears

Zimbabwe’s state electricity utility is having negotiations with the African Export–Import Bank (Afreximbank) to help clear $70 million (about R1 billion) of arrears it...

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