ZIMURA pleads with parliament to help them recover ZBC debt

By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Music Rights Association on Thursday pleaded with parliament’s portfolio committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services to help them recover more than $700k worth of royalties owed by the state broadcaster Zimbabwe Broadcasting Cooperation (ZBC) since 2011. The association which has a membership of more than  3 600 artists revealed …

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Battlefield mine disaster: Govt blames artisanal miners

By Nyasha N. Mukapiko More than 40 artisanal miners are feared dead following the flooding of an abandoned mine in Battlefields near Kadoma on Wednesday. The flooding was caused by heavy rains which led to the collapse of a dam wall. On Thursday, during the question and answer session in the Senate, Justice, Legal and …

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Battlefield mine disaster: Govt blames artisanal miners

By Nyasha N. Mukapiko More than 40 artisanal miners are feared dead following the flooding of an abandoned mine in Battlefields near Kadoma on Wednesday. The flooding was caused by heavy rains which led to the collapse of a dam wall. On Thursday, during the question and answer session in the Senate, Justice, Legal and …

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Citizens urge Chamisa to ignore fake Mnangagwa call to dialogue

By Staff Reporter Zimbabweans online have dismissed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s call for a national dialogue as a mere public relations stunt urging MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa to ignore the call. Mnangagwa returned home on Monday night after a week-long trip to Europe where he was extending his begging bowl in a bid to revive …

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