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Paul Nyathi

Panicking ZANU PF Claims Opposition Has Been Provided US$30k To Fund The July 31 Demo, To Intensify Lockdown.

HARARE – Planned anti-government protests on July 31 have spread panic in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government which is contemplating re-introducing a tough lockdown in Harare and Bulawayo to stop all … Read More

Mourning Chamisa Called In To Rescue Political Rivals From Mdc Alliance Supporters At His Mother’s Burial.

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa on Wednesday had a torrid time trying to calm hundreds of MDC Alliance members from attacking MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe, Lovemore Madhuku and other political … Read More

Zimbabwe Covid-19 Cases Souring Towards 1000

The number of coronavirus cases in Zimbabwe today rocketed to 885 after a record 98 people tested positive. Fifty-one were returning residents with 28 from Botswana, 22 from South Africa … Read More

Mnangagwa Urges Chamisa To “Remain Strong And Hopeful” After His Mother’s Death

ZBC President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged MDC Alliance leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa and the entire Chamisa family to remain strong and hopeful following the passing on of Mbuya Chamisa on … Read More

Without Zimbabwean Shoppers Musina In South Africa Can Be A Ghost Town

City Press The economic sustainability of cross-border feeder towns to neighbouring countries such as Zimbabwe has taken a massive beating during the Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown. In Musina, which is located … Read More

Bloodbath At ZESA

Zesa has fired eight top managers, demoted two and suspended three while the other is serving three months’ notice pending dismissal over malpractices picked up in the forensic audit published … Read More

Inconsistent Procurement Laws Leave The Auditor General Compromised

Zimbabwe’s auditor-general, Mildred Chiri, is set to be removed from the Special Procurement Oversight Committee (SPOC) due to her conflict of interest. The autonomy of auditors in the performance of … Read More

Zimbabwe has recorded 98 new coronavirus cases bringing the total number of officially recorded cases to 885. In a statement, the Ministry of Health and Child Care said the new … Read More

18 Members Of Staff Test Positive For Coronavirus At Bulawayo Hospital

EIGHTEEN health personnel working in the same ward at the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) have tested positive for Covid-19 after allegedly attending to an infected patient. The hospital staff members … Read More

Cote D’Ivoire Prime Minister dies

Cote d’Ivoire Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibally has died. Gon Coulibally who was 61 had been undergoing treatment for a heart condition in France. He collapsed suddenly during a cabinet … Read More