Zanu PF appoints National Appeals and Review Committee

The 289th Session of the Zanu PF politburo held in the capital this Thursday has announced the establishment of a National Appeals and Review Committee which is tasked with dealing with complains from individuals whose cases would have been handled by the National Disciplinary Committee.

 

 
Town House shuts out Mushore

The Harare City Council has ordered that Mr James Mushore, who had been appointed as town clerk should not report for duty until the court case on his fate is completed.

Harare City Council spokesperson, Mr Michael Chideme who briefed journalists after a closed door meeting at Town House says the only option they have is to await the decision of the courts on the matter.

 
Economists speak on cash shortages

The low uptake of the other legal tenders within the basket of currencies in favour of the greenback has put a lot of pressure on the United States dollar.

 

Apart from the shunning of other currencies, illicit financial outflows, overreliance on imports and subdued confidence in the banking sector have all combined to create the current cash challenges, according to economists.

 

Continue capacitating Africa, ACBF urged

The 25 th anniversary of the African Capacity Building Foundation ( ACBF) ended in Harare this Thursday with the government calling on the organisation to continue  mobilising resources towards developm...

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RBZ okays NSSA bank

RBZ okays  NSSA bank

The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has complied with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe requirements paving way for the establishment of its building society in the next few weeks.

 

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Calls for proper museums management

Calls for proper museums management

The National Gallery of Zimbabwe has called for collaborative efforts to sustain museums as poor management of heritage institutions in Africa has led to the collapse of most museums in the continent....

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ZimTrade-PUM horticulture agreement takes off

ZimTrade-PUM horticulture agreement takes off

A Dutch horticultural expert is in the country to conduct a scoping exercise for small scale horticultural farmers identified by ZimTrade to benefit from the PUM intervention programme.

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Zim hosts neurosurgeons workshop

The government say there is need for continuous sharing  information among neurosurgeons as a way of improving service delivery, especially for the local health system to ensure that more operations a...

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Dry weekend for Harare

Dry weekend for Harare

Harare City Council says it has embarked on a programme to replace water pipes in line with the rehabilitation of works at Morton Jaffray Water Works.

 

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President Mugabe a man of his word

President Mugabe a man of his word

By Tafara Shumba


There has been a resolute effort by the opposition political parties and their allies to discredit every word and promise that President Robert Mugabe makes to the nation.

 

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Hockey association in sport growth drive

The Hockey Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) will this weekend meet the hockey stakeholders at the University of Zimbabwe in an effort to familiarise with a number of issues from their stakeholders.

 

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Sanganai expo preps on course: ZTA

Sanganai expo preps on course: ZTA

More than 100 exhibitors have so far confirmed their participation at the 2016 edition of the Sanganai/Hlanganani Tourism Expo to be held from the 16 th to the 18 th of  June in Bulawayo.

 

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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