“You don’t just appear,” hospital boss tells Chamisa

By Marshall Bwanya Harare Central Hospital chief executive officer Tinashe Dobbie yesterday told MDC president Nelson Chamisa that his decision to appear at the hospital unannounced is not appropriate. Chamisa was on an assessment tour of the health facilities in Harare in light of the current doctors’ strike when Dobbie muscled his way through the …

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2020 budget must give free medical care to domestic violence survivors

By Hazvinei Mwanaka Stakeholders in Masvingo have called on the government to ensure that they have set up a fund in the 2020 national budget which will enable the provision of free medical services to survivors of domestic violence. Victims of domestic violence who are mostly women are reportedly struggling to access medical services due …

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2020 budget must give free medical care to domestic violence survivors

By Hazvinei Mwanaka Stakeholders in Masvingo have called on the government to ensure that they have set up a fund in the 2020 national budget which will enable the provision of free medical services to survivors of domestic violence. Victims of domestic violence who are mostly women are reportedly struggling to access medical services due …

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ZACC to sit in Public Accounts Committee

By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) will now sit in the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in a move meant to help them identify looters who will be giving oral evidence. The PAC which is chaired by Harare East legislator Tendai Biti is already sitting with the Auditor General in its portfolio meetings. Portfolio …

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Church gets backlash for suggesting poll sabbath

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Calls by the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHOCD) to suspend elections for about 7 years to enable healing as well as resetting of national politics has attracted a backlash from Zimbabweans across the political divide. Zimbabweans interviewed are of the view that the church is off-side, in suggesting the sabbath adding …

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Cabinet finally approves the Cyber Bill

By Daniel Chigundu Cabinet says it has approved the much-awaited Cyber Crime, Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill which seeks among other things to regulate and promote the safe use of internet in Zimbabwe. The announcement comes just a few weeks after President Emmerson Mnangagwa included the Bill on the legislative agenda for the Second …

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Channel CDF to all sectors- Masvingo residents

By Hazvinei Mwanaka MASVINGO– Some residents in Masvingo Urban have expressed concern over the use of the Constitutional Development Fund (CDF) and have called on their legislator Jacob Nyokanhete to also channel the money towards different sectors for the benefit of the whole community. The legislator said he channelled the CDF (ZW$50 000) towards the …

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We will not join POLAD says Masarira-Kaingidza

By Daniel Chigundu Labour Economists and Afrikan Democrats (LEAD) president Linda Masarira-Kaingidza says her political party will not join the on-going Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) arguing that it is not addressing the challenges faced in the country. POLAD which is composed of Zanu PF and a few other political parties that contested in the Presidential …

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We delivered on our inputs contracts: FSG

By Daniel Chigundu Fertilisers Seed Grain (FSG) says it has never failed to deliver on fertiliser contracts that it got from the government programs adding that they even have signed delivery documents to prove it. There are allegations that some companies contracted to supply seed and fertiliser under the Presidential Input Scheme and the Command …

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