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Four-day match between Zimbabwe ‘A’ and SA ‘A’ called off

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has called off the second four-day match between Zimbabwe A and South Africa A which started on Sunday after only one day of the game could be completed before a Government directive to suspend all sporting activities in the country came into effect. Although the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) this afternoon granted ZC permission to complete the match, the approval did not come in time to allow for the continuation of the game. Despite this unfortunate turn of events, ZC would like to…

Sulu’s New Song Angers Zanu-PF Supporters

Dendera musician Sulumanin Chimbetu is up in arms with a Zanu-PF affiliate for a new controversial song that satirically criticices President Mnangagwa's ascension to power. In the song, Sulu says it is taboo to install a king during the month of November, which in most Shona cultures is considered a sacred month. President Emmerson Mnangagwa rose to power through a military intervention that disposed of former president, the late Robert Mugabe. The Zimbabwe Revolutionary and Patriotic Youth Network (ZIRAPAYON)…

Transport Minister To Tour Walvis Bay Port In Namibia

The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) in collaboration with the Namibia Ports Authority and the Ministry of Works and Transport, as well as other key Industry stakeholders In the Republic of Namibia will be conducting a trade mission to the Republic of Zimbabwe from 18th June to 2nd July 2021. The main aim of the trade mission is to engage the Zimbabwean business community, industries, economic sectors such as mining, agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing to explore the opportunities and viability of using the Walvis Bay…

World Bank, African Union’s COVID Vaccine Taskforce deploy Vaccines to 400 million Africans

World Bank President David Malpass, and his senior management team, comprised of Dr Axel van Trotsenburg and Dr Makhtar Diop, have met with the African Union’s COVID-19 Vaccine Acquisition Task Team (AVATT) to discuss modalities for a partnership that will accelerate vaccine deployments to Africa. In a historic COVID-19 vaccine procurement agreement signed on 28 March 2021, the AVATT had previously successfully secured up to 400 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson single-shot COVID-19 vaccine with the support of the…

Organisation Slams Selective Application Of COVID-19 Regulations

The Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has condemned the selective application of COVID-19 regulations by responsible authorities accusing the ruling ZANU PF of weaponising the pandemic in order to suppress opposition. In its The COVID-19 Accountability Tracker, ZPP said there were incidences of clear selective enforcement of COVID-19 laws between April and May 2021, "for political expedience by the incumbent Zanu-PF." "The COVID-19 Accountability Tracker notes with concern the deep-seated selective application of law and what…

Govt Launches Media Digital Inclusion Scheme

MUTARE- Government is fronting an ambitious digital inclusion project to bridge the urban-rural, poor-rich divide, as part of a cocktail of media reforms says Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Monica Mutsvangwa. Mutsvangwa said to achieve inclusion government launched The Zimbabwe Digital Broadcasting Migration Project (DDT Project), to realize seamless connectivity for every citizen, in a digitally interlinked world of goods, services and ideas. In her remarks to the Parliamentary Portfolio…

The Battlefield For Revolutionaries Is On The Streets: ARTUZ

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe has vowed to continue speaking against poor salaries paid to teachers by the government. Speaking during a press briefing earlier today, ARTUZ Spokesperson Claudia Machida said the union continues to work with all strategic and important allies in the realization of a pro-poor education such as students and the youths. "Youths must remain inspired by Marxist-Leninist intellectual Joseph Stalin who said 'The battlefield for revolutionaries is on the streets," said Machida.…

18 Companies Facing Penalties Over Forex Auction System Abuse

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has listed 18 entities facing penalties for abusing the foreign currency exchange auction. In a statement, the central bank said the Financial Intelligence Unit had carried out investigations which showed some companies were abusing the foreign exchange auction system. “The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (the Bank) wishes to advise members of the public that over the past two weeks it has engaged a number of business associations and entities to discuss the modalities for compliance with…

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