Computerise VID to curb corruption

By Pretty Chavango  Chegutu West legislator Dexter Nduna has called on the government to consider digitalizing the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) to help curb corruption that is depriving the country of millions in potential revenue. So rampant is corruption at VID that one is not able to get the certificate of competence if they don’t pay a bribe no matter how good they are able …

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Computerise VID to curb corruption

By Pretty Chavango  Chegutu West legislator Dexter Nduna has called on the government to consider digitalizing the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) to help curb corruption that is depriving the country of millions in potential revenue. So rampant is corruption at VID that one is not able to get the certificate of competence if they don’t pay a bribe no matter how good they are able …

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Imprisoned activist prays for Tsvangirai

By Daniel Chigundu Incarcerated MDC-T activist Yvonne Musarurwa took time to pray for the ailing party leader Morgan Tsvangirai who is currently in South Africa for routine medical check-up. In a statement MDC-T director of communication Luke Tamborinyoka said Musarurwa took the opportunity when acting party president Elias Mudzuri had visited the three imprisoned activist (Last Maengahama and Tungamirai Madzokere) at Chikurubi Maximum Prison. “Musarurwa …

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Murwira under fire over Mathematics

By Wisdom Mumera Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Amon Murwira has come under fire over his intentions to scrap mathematics as one of the entry requirements for tertiary education program not related to the subject. Most tertiary education institutions in the country have mathematics as part of their entry requirements even for programs that does not have calculations or numbers. …

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Chinamasa rejects “eat what you kill” concept

By Daniel Chigundu Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa says he is against the concept of “eat what you kill” because the country is not killing enough for itself. The concept of eat what you kill was popularised by former Finance Minister Tendai Biti during the time of the inclusive government. According to Biti, the concept was about living within the country’s means as …

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Mnangagwa can’t win without army help: Kagoro

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Lawyer and political commentator Brian Kagoro says President Emmerson Mnangagwa cannot win the impending 2018 elections without the aid of the military adding that the opposition only need to focus on fundamentals. Zanu PF is currently fractured by factionalism which saw former President Robert Mugabe being removed from power by the military in a bloodless coup. The military invention was targeted at …

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Soldiers to remove Harare vendors

By Wisdom Mumera Local Government Ministry and City of Harare have appealed to the country’s uniformed forces, police and shop owners to combine forces in a fresh bid to remove vendors from the streets. Harare’s Central Business District (CBD) is awash with vendors selling various wares that range from vegetables to clothing among others from street pavements while others have resorted to sell from their …

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Soldiers to remove Harare vendors

By Wisdom Mumera Local Government Ministry and City of Harare have appealed to the country’s uniformed forces, police and shop owners to combine forces in a fresh bid to remove vendors from the streets. Harare’s Central Business District (CBD) is awash with vendors selling various wares that range from vegetables to clothing among others from street pavements while others have resorted to sell from their …

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Malaba spurs hope for diaspora vote

By Wisdom Mumera  Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) says it has received the go ahead from Chief Justice Luke Malaba to file an application to the Constitutional Court with regards to diasporans right to vote. It is largely believed that there are about three million Zimbabweans living in the diaspora, mainly in South Africa, United Kingdom and Australia among many others. These Zimbabweans have …

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G40 MPs expelled from Parliament

 By Daniel Chigundu Zanu PF has expelled about 10 legislators allegedly aligned to the G40 faction from Parliament with effect from 10 January 2018. The legislators who had already been fired from the party during the Special Congress held in December last year had continued coming to Parliament because Zanu PF had not notified the Speaker of their expulsion as required by Section 129 (1) …

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