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By Fungayi Chimbindi Government has announced the dates when employees in the civil service will receive their 13th cheque. The civil servants will receive their bonuses in accordance with the pronouncement  made by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube’s 2019 budget presentation last week. In a statement released by the Finance and Economic Development...
A faction of the war veterans which is not Zanu PF-alligned today staged a demonstration and delivered a petition to President Emmerson Mnangagwa saying government has to honour monetary promises made to them dating back to 1998.War veterans demanded their pensions as well as benefits as stated...
Farayi Machamire  PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has read the riot act to his errant spokesperson George Charamba after his communication-expert went out of rail by insisting that Mnangagwa was not obligated to release the findings and recommendations of the August 1 inquiry to the public. Charamba stunned neutrals and critics alike early...
The Health Services Board has threatened to fire any doctors who act against the court order that compels them to return to work. Doctors have however remained defiant and vowed not to go back to work, accusing some members of Health Services Board  (HSB)...
Harare - Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) President Philip Chiyangwa is battling an optical health ailment which forced him to abandon the second half of the Warriors match against high- fancied Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Monday night at the National Sports Stadium, the Mail and Telegraph can reveal. Chiyangwa was whisked away barely...
MDC Alliance principal, Tendai Biti insists that Nelson Chamisa won the disputed 2018 Presidential elections and maintains that he did not commit any offence by announcing the election results to the effect that Chamisa had won. He argued that it was...
The mysterious murder of a city woman Samantha Hlahla at her lodgings at Trocadero Court in the Avenues was talk of the town recently with suggestions of a serial killer on the loose been submitted. However, it has turned out the suspected killers are two Epworth teenagers who allegedly drugged...
Margaret Matibiri The trial of the jailed former Energy and Power Development Minister Samuel Undenge in connection with a case in which Intratrek Zimbabwe was corruptly awarded the Gwanda solar power plant tender by Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has begun. Through his lawyer Alec Muchadehama, Undenge denied the charges indicating that...
Mbire- Resettled farmers are fueling rampant veld fires destroying large tracts of land, livestock and properties within Mashonaland Central province. Environmental Management Agency (EMA) provincial manager Robert Rwafa said "unwarranted veld fires" impact negatively on forests and are caused by land clearing, bee smoking, and mice hunting. Mashonaland Central covers Mvurwi,...
Harare - Cabinet on Tuesday resolved that the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC) should not increase examination fees as parents are overwhelmed due to the current economic challenges. Speaking during a post Cabinet briefing, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said ZIMSEC examination fees for grade 7, “0” level and...
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