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Zimbabwe and South Africa are in talks for a financial bailout. A move aimed at strengthening both countries’ economies, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said. Addressing delegates at the Zimbabwe- South Africa Bi-National Commission conference, on Tuesday, Ramaphosa said the two countries discussed the issue of helping Zimbabwe and...
HARARE-The European Union (EU) has provided a helicopter to assist the current relief exercise towards the victims of the Cyclone Idai which resulted in the destruction of infrastructure and left many families homeless, disdained and vulnerable. A press release issued Monday  by the EU revealed that the body had provided a...
The CRL Rights Commission cautions the members of the public that the South African Constitution gives people the freedom of religion as well as freedom of association.South Africa’s religious practices watchdog, the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CLR Rights...
ANC has thrown its weight behind Prophet Shepherd Bushiri blaming the Tswane City Council for not enforcing set regulations as stipulated by the Country’s gathering Act. In a Joint press statement Enlightened Christian Gathering Church External Media Relations Manager Maynard Manyowa and the church's spokesperson  Terrance Baloyi said the church...
President Cyril Ramaphosa promised South Africans a presidency of “action” as he delivered his inauguration speech in Pretoria on Saturday. Addressing thousands of ordinary citizens and dignitaries, Ramaphosa said South Africans wanted “action and not just words”. “And there will be action,” he said. He said it was through “our actions now”...
Cyclone Idai is currently preparing to hit Zimbabwe and Mozambique with intense rainfall, storm and flooding this coming weekend, Storm Report Live said. Storm Report Live posted on its Facebook page giving a warning to citizens of both Zimbabwe and Mozambique about the probable imminent extreme rainfall and flooding which...
The opposition MDC party has embarked on a diplomatic charm offensive to force Zanu PF and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government into talks, which the party says should help move the country forward. Chamisa’s newly-elected deputy Tendai Biti is currently in the United Kingdom and yesterday met Minister of State Harriet...
Zimbabwe has challenged Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) to address the situation of low rainfall in the Zambezi basin, impact of Cyclone Idai in order for affected countries to return to normalcy. The SAPP was created in August 1995 at the SADC summit held in Kempton Park, South Africa,...
Doctors and medical personnel who have been on a 35-day long  industrial action have agreed to go back to work after meeting First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa who promised to expedite, intermediate and end the month-long impasse. In a closed-door meeting at State House, the doctors said had the First lady...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says he is dismayed to discover that members of his inner circle are demanding upwards of 5 million rands to organise one-on-one meetings between himself and would-be investors. Ironically, Mnangagwa rose to power through a military intervention of November 2017 which was founded...
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