DCN Africa condemns Zim’s internet shutdown

By Daniel Chigundu Digital Communication Network (DCN) Africa has condemned the recent internet shutdown in Zimbabwe adding that it is nothing short of human rights violations and a ploy to cripple journalists from effectively doing their work. The Zimbabwean government imposed a total internet shutdown as a way of preventing transmission of information on the …

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Fuel protests: People leading themselves

By Daniel Chigundu Chitungwiza North legislator Godfrey Sithole says people who are protesting in Chitungwiza are demonstrating to exhibit their displeasure with the current economic hardships in the country. Zimbabwe is going through what could be its worst economic situation since 2008 and it would appear like the government is failing in its effort to …

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Fuel protests: People leading themselves

By Daniel Chigundu Chitungwiza North legislator Godfrey Sithole says people who are protesting in Chitungwiza are demonstrating to exhibit their displeasure with the current economic hardships in the country. Zimbabwe is going through what could be its worst economic situation since 2008 and it would appear like the government is failing in its effort to …

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We are capable of burying our own: Dzamara

By Daniel Chigundu Patson Dzamara who is a brother to missing outspoken activist Itai, says the government must release his brother even if he is dead, adding that they are capable of burying their own. Dzamara (Itai) went missing on 9 March 2015 when he had gone to have a haircut and was never found up to now, making this month the 3rd year anniversary …

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We are capable of burying our own: Dzamara

By Daniel Chigundu Patson Dzamara who is a brother to missing outspoken activist Itai, says the government must release his brother even if he is dead, adding that they are capable of burying their own. Dzamara (Itai) went missing on 9 March 2015 when he had gone to have a haircut and was never found up to now, making this month the 3rd year anniversary …

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Nullified English exam: Majongwe plans demo against ZIMSEC

By Staff Reporter Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) Secretary General Raymond Majongwe says they are planning to demonstrate against the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC) over the continued leaking of exams that have resulted in the nullification of the November 2017 English paper 2. This is not the first time that exams have leaked in Zimbabwe since ZIMSEC took over the running of examination …

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Wetlands invasion: Residents want Parliament to act

By Watmore Makokoba Harare residents concerned with the continued invasion of wetlands by land barons petitioned Parliament this week to exercise its legislative powers and reign in to stop the depletion. The residents who took advantage of the World Wetlands Day Celebrations to march in Harare and hand a petition to Parliament say the legislature must review and strengthen frameworks that are used in issuing …

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Wetlands invasion: Residents want Parliament to act

By Watmore Makokoba Harare residents concerned with the continued invasion of wetlands by land barons petitioned Parliament this week to exercise its legislative powers and reign in to stop the depletion. The residents who took advantage of the World Wetlands Day Celebrations to march in Harare and hand a petition to Parliament say the legislature must review and strengthen frameworks that are used in issuing …

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