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Millers Rescue Small Scale Bakers With Flour Supplies

Harare-19 July 2018- The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has started scouting and supplying flour to small scale bakers throughout the country to avoid artificial bread and other flour related products shortages . There has been panic buying of flour related products by consumers, speculating of potential price hikes. In a statement Thursday, GMAZ chairman, Tafadzwa Musarara said national flour supplies remain stable. “The national wheat and flour stocks remain stable with major bread and biscuit bakers…

Churches Pile Pressure on Mnangagwa

Churches have called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to address the early 1980s Matebeleland mass killings saying the issue has been circumvented for a long time and in order for the country to move forward various officials and former cabinet ministers need to be put to task to attain relief on the victims.

Harare to Become Zim’s ICT Centre: Chikukwa

Government has set its sight on making Harare the Information Communication and Technology centre of the country, urging companies to adopt a branding strategy that propel them to the top ladder. Addressing stakeholders at the Schweppes labor audit which is part of the President Emmerson Mnangagwa's 100 day initiative, Minister of State for Harare Provincial Affairs, Miriam Chikukwa said Harare is going to be the ICT hub of the country with every province given areas of specialty. "I would like to assure you the after…

Biti Hauls ZEC to Court Seeking a Redesign Of Presidential Ballot Paper

THE opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) party has hauled the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) and its Chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba to court seeking an order to stop the elections management body from posting ballot papers for the presidential election to applicants who have applied for postal voting and to redesign the ballot paper. The Tendai Biti-led PDP party filed an urgent chamber application in the Electoral Court on Wednesday 18 July 2018 seeking an order to stay the use of the current…

Liquid Telecom Appoints Ahmad Mokhles As Group Chief Operations Officer

Pan African telecoms group Liquid Telecom has appointed Ahmad Mokhles as the operator's Group Chief Executive Officer with effect from 18 July 2018. His post is a new position created in the Liquid Telecom Group in which he is expected to spearhead group operations and achieve new economies of scale. Ahmad Mokhles's portfolio includes overseeing the group's operations in over 13 countries where he is expected to create value for its shareholders and optimize operational costs in Liquid Telecom's projects. Ahmad's…

Just Bring Abortion Out Of The Darkness

When Kuipa (14) from Tafara fell pregnant recently, her mother visited a popular traditional healer in the high density suburb and secretly arranged for an abortion, risking the life of her daughter as well as a five year jail term. By Lazarus Sauti “The Bible says don’t kill, but I think termination was the only wise option. Honestly, my daughter was not ready to be a mother. Sadly, she died,” said Mai Kuipa, who declined to give her real name. Pregnant teenagers like Kuipa, who are not ready to be mothers, account…

Econet Eyes Dominance In Insurance Industry

Diversified telecommunications and media group, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe is eying dominance in the insurance sector after announcing its entry into the Insurance and Pension Commusion (IPEC) regulated industry yesterday. Econet's signaled its move into one of Zimbabwe's most lucrative sectors through its new innovative short term motor vehicle insurance service branded EcoSure Moovah. The insurance product is expected to offer unparalleled value and matchless convenience to the motoring public through its digital payments…

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Churches Pile Pressure on Mnangagwa

Churches have called on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to address the early 1980s Matebeleland mass killings saying the issue has been circumvented for a long time and in order for the country to move forward various officials and former…

Just Bring Abortion Out Of The Darkness

When Kuipa (14) from Tafara fell pregnant recently, her mother visited a popular traditional healer in the high density suburb and secretly arranged for an abortion, risking the life of her daughter as well as a five year jail term. By…

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