Weekly News Update Week End 26 October 2017
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Grace organises ‘Super Sunday’ rally
FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe’s interface rally with members of various apostolic sects has been set for next Sunday, November 5 at Rufaro Stadium, Harare. It will be a big event and we have dubbed it Super Sunday. We want as many churches as possible to attend and hope the number to go above 100 000. Zanu PF Harare provincial political commissar, Shadreck Mashayamombe said as a party, we will take advantage of the interface to mobilise support for the party.
Don’t employ undocumented Zimbabweans: SA minister
South Africa’s Police minister Fikile Mbalula has warned local farmers against employing undocumented Zimbabweans, whom he blamed for engaging in various criminal activities that country.
Demonetise bond notes: Biti
PEOPLE’s Democratic Party leader, Tendai Biti yesterday called on the government to immediately demonetise bond notes and increase the use of plastic money, as a temporary measure to deal with the liquidity crunch and multiple-exchange rates now prevalent on the market.
Form 2 student hangs self over boyfriend
A Form 2 student at Nyamashato Secondary School in Murewa committed suicide last week using a necktie after her boyfriend allegedly dumped her after authorities had threatened to punish the two over their affair. The 16-year-old girl from Marozva village, under Chief Mangwende, hung herself in a garden and the body was discovered by her 66-year-old grandmother, who reported the matter to the
Typhoid Outbreak Blamed On City Of Harare
Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr David Parirenyatwa expressed disappointment at the City of Harare Health Department for its negligence in Mbare leading to the typhoid outbreak at Matapi Flats. “Local Government should get rid of the crowded hostels breeding these diseases where families live in large numbers, it’s is one of the reasons causing typhoid. “City of Harare should address the poor sanitation and water problems in Mbare
Bosso, Caps United fight for scraps
THE Caps United versus Highlanders match is one of Zimbabwe’s top grade fixtures, but this time the contest has been watered down by their dissipated interest in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title race.