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Harare - Government will soon introduce an online application system for trainee nurses as a measure to curb corruption in the recruitment process, an official has said. Speaking at the Harare Hospital school of nursing and midwifery graduation and prize giving ceremony, Health and Child care minister Obadiah Moyo said aspiring...
Harare - Harare Central Hospital has cut its student nurse intake numbers in half from 72 to 35 and will now take students with passes in a single sitting as the hospital is facing a shortage of tutors, an official has said. Speaking at the Harare Hospital school of nursing and...
Harare - Lumumba William Gerald Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba has been appointed as Chairman of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Communications task force, the Mail and Telegraph can exclusively reveal. Lumumba, who worked as an election strategist for the ruling Zanu PF was appointed on a performance...
Harare - The Zimbabwe Elections Support Network (ZESN), a local election monitoring board, has urged government to implement comprehensive electoral reforms to enhance the credibility of Zimbabwe’s electoral processes. In its final report, ZESN noted improvements in law and practice during the electoral circle for the 2018 harmonised elections. The board...
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...
Harare: MDC activist Islam Madhosi on Thursday clashed with former South Africa president, Kgalema Motlanthe over the inclusion of certain local members of the Commission of Inquiry into the killing of six civilians on August 1st. Madhosi, who described himself as the elections director for the MDC Alliance, claimed the Zimbabwean...
Harare - The Director for News and Current Affairs who is also the Editor in Chief at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Cooperation (ZBC), Tarzan Mandizvidza said it is not proper for people to pay to have their stories broadcasted on news. Mandizvidza was testifying in a matter involving former ZBC news anchor...
Harare - The ongoing land audit is quickly hitting a snag after ruling party bigwigs, influential businessman and senior government officials who benefitted from the land reform programme are stifling the Land commission’s progress, the Mail and Telegraph has heard. Top government sources this week said senior officials and ruling party...
Harare - The name Tawanda Kanengoni got tongues wagging in August during the historic Constitutional Court (ConCourt) hearing where MDC Alliance presidential hopeful Nelson Chamisa sought to overturn the results of the presidential elections. He became a darling of many as he represented the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) in the electoral result challenge. Kanengoni...
Harare - A 25-year-old man who was arrested after re-tweeting a post from a fake Priscilla Chigumba account has stated his wish to make an application to change his guilty plea. Shadaya Tawona who is being charged with criminal insult after retweeting a message purportedly belonging to Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)...
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