Zanu PF targets foreign owned kombis

Daniel Chigundu Zanu PF Secretary for Youth Affairs Pupurai Togarepi says the party’s youth league will be venturing into the kombi business with the intention of driving foreigners out. Although the public transport sector is one of the various sectors reserved for the locals in the country’s indigenous laws, Nigerians and other nationals are reportedly controlling a huge chunk of kombis in Harare and other …

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Zanu PF youths launch #EDHasMyVote Campaign

By Pretty Chavango Zanu PF Youth League has launched a campaign dubbed #EDHasMyVote in a bid to drum up support for President Emmerson Mnangagwa using social media ahead of the impending general elections. According to statistics, about 65 percent of Zimbabwe’s population is youthful and has a huge presence on the various social media platforms such Twitter, Facebook and Instagram among many others. Political parties …

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Is MDC Alliance in disarray?

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Following reports of a row between MDC-T’s spokesperson Obert Gutu and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti over who will stand for the Harare East constituency, there is the likelihood of more fissures emerging in the MDC Alliance before the impending elections. MDC Alliance was formed in August last year after the realisation that the country’s opposition parties needed to work …

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Rairo Gunguwo: I will bring sustainable development in Seke

By Wisdom Mumera Aspiring Member of Parliament for Seke Constituency Rairo Gunguwo (27) says she has come to bring the much needed sustainable development which has been missing for a long time in the constituency. Gunguwo a holder of an Honours Degree in Politics and Public Management from Midlands State University attributes the under-development in Seke to absence of sustainable initiatives and mainstream political parties …

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Inconsistent laws: Adolescent girls living in danger

By Watmore Makokoba Amnesty International says the inconsistencies in Zimbabwean laws are putting the lives of adolescent girls under threat from such diseases as HIV/Aids and even unwanted pregnancies. The human rights watchdog said the country’s laws have created confusion as to whether people below the age of 18 need parental consent to access sexual health services. Although the constitution and the 2016 ConCourt judgment …

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Govt committed to child-centred policies: Kagonye

By Wisdom Mumera Labour and Social Welfare Minister Petronella Kagonye say government is committed to put in place legislations that will help prevent all forms of harm against children. Zimbabwe is currently struggling with issues of child abuse in its various forms owing to conflicting legislations that exist in the country. Despite adopting a new constitution in 2013, Zimbabwe has taken long to align some …

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Collection of voter registration slips is an offense, ZEC warns culprits

By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has urged citizens to report cases of people moving around collecting registration slips serial numbers from registered voters warning that those involved were violating the Electoral Act and Section 156 (c) of the constitution. The press release that was issued late yesterday followed numerous reports from opposition political parties purporting that Zanu-PF members were allegedly moving around …

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Collection of voter registration slips is an offense, ZEC warns culprits

By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has urged citizens to report cases of people moving around collecting registration slips serial numbers from registered voters warning that those involved were violating the Electoral Act and Section 156 (c) of the constitution. The press release that was issued late yesterday followed numerous reports from opposition political parties purporting that Zanu-PF members were allegedly moving around …

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Collection of voter registration slips is an offense, ZEC warns culprits

By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has urged citizens to report cases of people moving around collecting registration slips serial numbers from registered voters warning that those involved were violating the Electoral Act and Section 156 (c) of the constitution. The press release that was issued late yesterday followed numerous reports from opposition political parties purporting that Zanu-PF members were allegedly moving around …

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Collection of voter registration slips is an offense, ZEC warns culprits

By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has urged citizens to report cases of people moving around collecting registration slips serial numbers from registered voters warning that those involved were violating the Electoral Act and Section 156 (c) of the constitution. The press release that was issued late yesterday followed numerous reports from opposition political parties purporting that Zanu-PF members were allegedly moving around …

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