Women blast ED,  minister Shiri 14 June 2019 © WOMEN'S Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCoZ) has blasted President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Settlement minister Perrance Shiri saying they did not respect gender equality in their recent appointments. 
Zera gives Saz power  generation licence  14 June 2019 © DUE to erratic power supply by the national power utility, the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has issued a power generation licence to the Standards Association of Zimbabwe (Saz).
'New Bill a  reflection of Posa' 14 June 2019 © THE new Maintenance of Peace and Order Bill (MOPB) is a reflection of the Public Order and Security Act (Posa) which it seeks to replace, the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum has said. 
Chamisa reaches out to Khupe 14 June 2019 © MDC president Nelson Chamisa yesterday reached out to his erstwhile counterpart Thokozani Khupe at the funeral wake of the party's late founding leader Morgan Tsvangirai's daughter, Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java.
NPA takes over Potraz boss' prosecution 14 June 2019 © PROSECUTORS from the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) have taken over the trial of Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) director general Gift Machengete after several false starts to the case.
Robbers pounce on Chipinge woman 14 June 2019 © A CHIPINGE woman, Pamela Pengakufa, 47, was on Tuesday at around 2100hours robbed of US$24 000, R18 000 and other valuables when eight armed robbers raided her home.
Govt to establish  gold centres 14 June 2019 © After seeing gold deliveries dip, the ministry of Mines and Mining Development says it will establish four gold centres which will operate under the jurisdiction of gold buying entity, Fidelity Printers and Refineries. 
'Apostle' Chiwenga suspects foul play 14 June 2019 © CONTROVERSIAL Harare preacher Talent Chiwenga, who was involved in a fatal accident on Wednesday which claimed the lives of three people, including his wife near Chatsworth turnoff, has said he suspects foul play.
Graft frustrates  indigenisation drive 14 June 2019 © PARTICIPANTS at the Indigenisation and Empowerment Policy breakfast meeting held in Harare yesterday told Zanu PF stalwarts that the strategy can only work if corruption within the rank and file is uprooted.
India donates  medicine to Zim 14 June 2019 © INDIA's ambassador to Zimbabwe, Rungsung Masakui, this week donated $250 000 worth of medicine to Health and Child Care minister Obadiah Moyo in Harare. 
Harare on high alert over diarrhoea outbreak 14 June 2019 © MORE than 30 people have been treated for diarrhoea since cholera and typhoid hit Glen View, Harare last week.
Rehabilitation Centre for street children 14 June 2019 © A LOCAL non-governmental organisation, Watchman Relief Organisation (WRO) has pledged to build a rehabilitation centre for street children and drug addicts in a bid to bring a sustainable development to the homeless. 
Parliament demands  Nssa audit report 14 June 2019 © PARLIAMENT has moved to force Auditor-General Mildred Chiri to bring before it the latest external forensic audit report on the National Social Security Authority (Nssa).
Call to introduce education tax 14 June 2019 © GOVERNMENT must introduce education tax to fund the country's struggling education sector, parliamentary portfolio committee on Primary and Secondary Education chairperson Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga said on Tuesday while debating the Education Amendment Bill.
NPRC hearings to  prioritise women 14 June 2019 © THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has vowed to prioritise women who were affected by the Gukurahundi atrocities during its public hearings.
Zanu PF youths to thwart protests 14 June 2019 © ZANU PF youth league yesterday came out guns blazing warning their counterparts in the Nelson Chamisa-led MDC they will be taught a lesson if they try to protest against government.
Fuel price increase  fuels public anger. . . consumers, business unite in rage 13 June 2019 © THE latest increase in the price of fuel has united business and ordinary citizens in anger, as they brace for another round of price spirals spawned by the rise in the cost of transport and the effects of the continued fall in the value of the domestic currency.
Mohadi under fire over private jet hire 13 June 2019 © VICE President Kembo Mohadi came under fire yesterday for using a private plane exclusively chartered for his trip to Nigeria where he attended the West African country's Democracy Day celebrations held yesterday.
Magaya 'miracle' challenged . . . as Parirenyatwa Hospital claims credit 13 June 2019 © PARIRENYATWA Group of Hospitals — the country's largest referral hospital — has dismissed claims that self-proclaimed prophet Walter Magaya last month healed a man suffering from a severe scalp tumour.
US activist to be buried in Zim 13 June 2019 © AMERICAN activist, Coltrane Chimurenga, pictured, who died in the United States last month, will be buried in Zimbabwe.
MDC youths threaten protests 13 June 2019 © THE MDC youth assembly says it will stage street protests to express its anger over the worsening economic situation in the country.
'Apostle' Chiwenga in fatal accident 13 June 2019 © CONTROVERSIAL preacher Talent Chiwenga was yesterday involved in an accident which killed three people.
Rusape to gun  down stray dogs 13 June 2019 © RUSAPE Town Council has stirred a hornet's nest by ordering its residents to secure their dogs, saying it will gun down all stray dogs from July 4, as part of measures to prevent the spread of rabies.
Electrical fault  affects parts of Zim 13 June 2019 © PARTS of the country have been plunged into darkness owing to an electrical fault at the Tokwe 330/132kV power line.
Mangudya speaks  on 'new currency' 13 June 2019 © RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya says the recent pronouncements by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on the local currency roadmap are consistent with the currency reforms that government, through the apex bank, has been pursuing.
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