MPs who earned their sitting allowances in March

By Daniel Chigundu Parliament is currently on a month-long break (from the 21st of March to the 7th of May), and we take this opportunity to give you a list of names of legislators who were active in the past House sittings. In our first issue of this series, we highlighted names of legislators who …

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Twimbos Tear Apart Independence Talk

By Staff Reporter Today is Independence Day but very few social media Twimbos appear happy about the day. Instead many have chosen the ugly and dark side. Going through posts on Twitter has shown a steady stream of angry souls hating on everything about this 39th birthday for Zimbabwe. Whilst some of the statements are …

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Facebook Caught in Controversy Again

By Staff Reporter Social media company, Facebook has been embroiled in another scandal after revelations that it harvested over 1.5 million of peoples email addresses without consent. The company has already been reeling from other PR goofs of late and this latest one has led to speculation that it can face legal challenges. In defence …

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Econet Snatches Our Purses Again

By Staff Reporter
It seems no one is ready to be left behind in the rush to milk the citizen.
After the bread hikes Econet has joined in with a revised tariff table that will further empty your pockets.
Below is how the future looks.

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Econet Snatches Our Purses Again

By Staff Reporter
It seems no one is ready to be left behind in the rush to milk the citizen.
After the bread hikes Econet has joined in with a revised tariff table that will further empty your pockets.
Below is how the future looks.

The post Econet S…

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Social Media in Bread Meltdown

The recent hike of bread prices has been met with the   now usual combo  of anger and derisive humour from the Zimbo public. The public has lately resorted to mitigating the pain of hardships by immersing in humorous banter. Social media has been awash with such as people try to come to terms wirh the …

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Bread May Be The Least Concern This Independence Day

By Wisdom Mumera State media, in one of its vaunted hallucinations predicted/promised or prophesied that come April the prices of basic good would have gone down. April is here and bread has paved the way by leaping to $3.50 a loaf. A host of prices have done the obvious and gone South. This is the …

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Mabvuku residents pin hopes on MP James Chidhakwa to solve water crisis

Residents in Mabvuku have pinned hopes on their youthful legislator, James Chidhakwa to solve water crisis which has been persistent for more than a decade. Scores of residents in Mabvuku who opened up to Open Parly said running water had become very scarce and most of them have been forced to resort to other sources …

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Mabvuku residents pin hopes on MP James Chidhakwa to solve water crisis

Residents in Mabvuku have pinned hopes on their youthful legislator, James Chidhakwa to solve water crisis which has been persistent for more than a decade. Scores of residents in Mabvuku who opened up to Open Parly said running water had become very scarce and most of them have been forced to resort to other sources …

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