Act on economy, stop wishing and praying, Mangudya told

By Nkanyiso Ncube Shurugwi South legislator Edmond Mkaratigwa has told Reserve Bank governor John Mangudya to act on the economy by introducing meaningful measures and stop wishing and praying for inflation to go down. According to Mkaratigwa, all he is hearing from the RBZ boss were wishes and prayers which he said will not inspire …

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Act on economy, stop wishing and praying, Mangudya told

By Nkanyiso Ncube Shurugwi South legislator Edmond Mkaratigwa has told Reserve Bank governor John Mangudya to act on the economy by introducing meaningful measures and stop wishing and praying for inflation to go down. According to Mkaratigwa, all he is hearing from the RBZ boss were wishes and prayers which he said will not inspire …

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Lets not fool ourselves 14 year-olds are having sex, Parliament told

Proportional Representation legislator Ruth Labode has told Parliament that teenagers from 14 years are already having sex and the Marriages Bill should have a clause that will allow them to access family planning products. Currently, teenagers require consent from guardians and parents for them to buy or access family planning products and services. This requirement …

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A Junta With Fresh Legs And An Old Head

By Jules Winnfield In the space of one week the Junta has reenacted a Rotina Mavhunga Diesel PaChinhoyi gaffe, crafted a star wars currency with a freaking long name, tripped itself in a rush to nowhere and then sat back to stew in the froth of its stupidity. How a supposed new dispensation is managing …

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