Give us more time on ZINARA says Matiza

By Daniel Chigundu Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joel Biggie Matiza has called on Parliament to give them more time while they deal with malpractices and corruption unearthed at the Zimbabwe National Road Authority (ZINARA). ZINARA is accused of flouting the country’s tender processes and engaging in activities outside its mandate which are believed to …

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Google+ Begins Shutdown

By Wisdom Mumera Google has begun the process of shutting down and deleting all consumer accounts on its Google+ social network platform following the failure of the application to meet expected goals. The move brings to an end Google’s attempt to directly compete with the likes of Facebook and Twitter. The Verge reported that, “the …

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10-years in jail if you interfere with NPRC witnesses

By Takunda Mandura National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has warned members of the public against interfering with its witnesses adding that if they are caught they risk facing a 10-year jail term. Most Zimbabweans are unwilling to testify or to be witnesses for injustices that happen in the country as they fear for their …

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Call to change Proportional Representation selection criteria

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Women who attended the Young Women’s Political Power, Representation and Participation workshop organised by Institute of Young Women in Development (IYWD) are considering petitioning Parliament for changes to the Proportional Representation Clause. Proportional Representation which avails 60 extra seats to women in the National Assembly from 2013 to 2023 came into effect …

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MISA Urges Government to Abide By Law

By Staff Reporter On the occasion of the Press Freedom Day the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) has urged the government to comply with regional and continental instruments as the sine qua non to the ongoing media law reform processes. Government has been repealing some laws deemed undemocratic and contrary to the democratic agenda …

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