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ZACC, NPA Incapacitated To Curb Corruption: Legislators

Legislators have bemoaned the exposure of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) and National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to an opaque systems hindering the country's efforts to curb corruption involving high profile political and non political figures in the process. By Marshall Bwanya Speaking on Thursday at the Southern Africa Parliamentary Support Trust (SAPST) policy dialogue on the Auditor's General report, Member of Parliament for Bulawayo, Priscilla Misihairambwi Mushonga noted that their conversation…

Zanu-PF, MDC Not Sincere To Suffering Zimbabweans-Mzembi

Self-exiled former cabinet minister, Walter Mzembi has taken a swipe at both the ruling Zanu-PF and opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) for lacking sincerity to tackle the current economic challenges facing the country. Mzembi who is now based in South Africa penned a statement in which he spoke about the urgent need for both President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Nelson Chamisa to dialogue and take Zimbabwe out of the economic mess the country finds itself in. Since the July 2018 elections, the socio-economic…

Doctors Defy Labour Court Ultimatum

Junior doctors today defied last Friday’s Labour Court ruling compelling them to report for duty in 48 hours citing that they remain incapacitated to go to work as solutions to the current health stalemate remains elusive. On Monday morning the doctors held a meeting at Parirenyatwa Hospital where they resolved to continue with the industrial action that has gone into day 43. “I think the 48-hour ultimatum has lapsed now, but its quiet sad and unfortunate that people remain incapacitated to go to work. It’s not in the…

Mzembi Breaks Silence, Calls For Mnangagwa, Chamisa Dialogue

Former Foreign Affairs Minister in the former President Robert Mugabe's cabinet, Walter Mzembi broke his silence over the weekend adding his voice on a number of issues bedeviling the country. Mzembi was ousted during the November 2017 military take over which ushered in the President Emmerson Mnangagwa administration. Because of his allegiance to the other faction that sympathized with Mugabe, the former Tourism Minister was subsequently targeted for committing a number of crimes during his time as a public office…

Doctors To Appeal Labour Court Ruling

Following a Labour Court judgement ordering doctors to get back to work within 48 hours, the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) has announced their plans to appeal against the verdict arguing that they are still incapacitated to comply. In a statement released yesterday, Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) said they continue to be incapacitated to be able to comply with the High Court order. "The ZHDA will continue to negotiate for a viable solution to end this unfortunate impasse and has noted with…

Mohadi Tells Opposition Members To Behave During Anti-Sanctions March

Vice President Kembo Mohadi has warned members of the oppositions parties and the civil society to behave themselves during the 25 October Anti-Sanctions marches organised by SADC. The Southern region bloc declared the day for SADC members to show solidarity against sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the western countries and has lined up various activities in their respective countries on the day. Addressing a Zanu-PF rally in Bulawayo over the weekend, Mohadi said the state had received information that the opposition…

Helmet Saga: 12 Arrested As Police Intensify Patrols Over Demo Fears

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has arrested 12 people in connection with the 256 helmets recovered at a basement office in Harare central business district yesterday. The police announced that they recovered 210 anti-riot and 46 municipal police helmets after some officers had made a pursue of a group of people that allegedly attacked a police officer at the corner of Angwa Street and Kwame Nkrumah Avenue. The helmet issue has sent tongues wagging on social media with most people arguing that the police "planted" the…

Police Recover 251 Old Helmets Hidden Under Basement

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) says it is investigating a case in which 251 police and city police helmets which were found in the basement of a Harare building on Sunday. According to the information on the ZRP twitter handle, the consignment consists of 210 ZRP and 41 Harare Municipal helmets. "The Zimbabwe Republic Police is investigating circumstances in which 210 old helmets resembling those used by the Police and 41 others used by Harare Municipal Police were found hidden in a basement office at Robinson…

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Warriors CHAN Provisional Squad Announced

Warriors coach Zdravko Logarušić has named a 34-man provisional squad for the 2021 Chan finals to be held in Cameroon from January 16 to 7 February 2021. The tournament will be held in Cameroon with Zimbabwe who are in group A which also…

Embrace Education 5.0 Model Industry Urged

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged industry to embrace the government’s education 5.0 model within tertiary institutions for import substitution. Under Education 5.0, Zimbabwe’s state universities must launch into outcomes-focused…

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