WHO removes Mugabe as Goodwill Ambassador | #Goodwill4Who

WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus  statement: Over the last few days, I have reflected on my appointment of H.E. President Robert Mugabe as WHO Goodwill Ambassador for NCDs in Africa. As a result, I have decided to rescind the appointment. I have listened carefully to all who have expressed their concerns, and heard the different issues that they have raised. I have also consulted with the …

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Parliament resolves allowances, Ipads saga

By Daniel Chigundu SPEAKER of National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda says Parliament is going to resolve all issues to do with the welfare of parliamentarians’ by end of the month (October) following a heated 1hour 30 minutes side meeting at Padhari Lodge. MPs in the 8th Parliament of Zimbabwe got into office in August 2013 but have never been given sitting allowances from that date …

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Parliament resolves allowances, Ipads saga

By Daniel Chigundu SPEAKER of National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda says Parliament is going to resolve all issues to do with the welfare of parliamentarians’ by end of the month (October) following a heated 1hour 30 minutes side meeting at Padhari Lodge. MPs in the 8th Parliament of Zimbabwe got into office in August 2013 but have never been given sitting allowances from that date …

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[MAP] Biometric Voter Registration Centres – Harare/Chitungwiza

by Kubatana How to use this map Zoom in to the area/neighbourhood/ ward Click on your area/neighbourhood/ ward Wait for the map to load A pop up window with mobile voter registration centres will appear. Go and register to vote! https://fusiontables.google.com/embedviz?q=select+col0+from+1UwEPtuyaM5exDTLBKZzAddQ7O8Ls6Qn8tkAASyhS+where+col5+%3D+’Harare’&viz=MAP&h=false&lat=-17.84544469481167&lng=31.091089332442834&t=1&z=11&l=col0&y=2&tmplt=2&hml=KML%20… Advertisements

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Parly forced into early adjournment, as MPs protest over iPads and salaries

By Staff Reporter Parliament was today (Thursday 19 October) forced into early adjournment after legislators went into protesting mode over unpaid allowances and promised Ipads, prompting for Zanu-PF Chief-whip in Lovemore Matuke to call for adjournment of the House. The protest started when Deputy Speaker of Parliament Marble Chinomona had announced that all legislators were obliged to attend the 2018 pre-budgetary seminar scheduled for Pandhari …

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Parly forced into early adjournment, as MPs protest over iPads and salaries

By Staff Reporter Parliament was today (Thursday 19 October) forced into early adjournment after legislators went into protesting mode over unpaid allowances and promised Ipads, prompting for Zanu-PF Chief-whip in Lovemore Matuke to call for adjournment of the House. The protest started when Deputy Speaker of Parliament Marble Chinomona had announced that all legislators were obliged to attend the 2018 pre-budgetary seminar scheduled for Pandhari …

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CAN ZIMDANCEHALL WOO YOUNG VOTERS

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa As the campaign for 2018 elections gathers momentum, political parties, presented with a puzzle on how they can entice the young people to vote have turned to popular Zimdancehall artists to lure them. Zimdancehall is one of the most sought-after, popular music genre followed most by youths in Zimbabwe. Previously,  there has been voter […]

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Who is leader of the House, Mnangagwa or Bonyongwe?

By Staff Reporter There was chaos in the National Assembly during Wednesday’s question and session as MDC-T legislators demanded that Deputy Speaker of Parliament Mable Chinomona inform the House as to who is now the leader of government business following a Cabinet reshuffle last week. Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa was the leader of the house by virtue of being the Minister of Justice, legal and …

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Why Zimbabwean MPs don’t thinking straight

By Daniel Chigundu Nkayi South legislator Abednico Bhebhe says Parliament of Zimbabwe has been failing to make quality laws because legislators are not thinking straight due to poverty. Despite being poorly remunerated legislators in Zimbabwe have gone for many months without receiving their sitting allowances and fuel allocation. Speaking in the National Assembly during a debate on the adoption of a Code of Conduct and …

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