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National Blood Target Increase As Free Initiative Surges Demand

MUTARE- Government’s initiative to provide free blood at public health institutions has seen a rapid rise in demand of the precious fluid, a revised target for national blood collection, officials have said. By Donald Nyarota National Blood Service Zimbabwe public affairs manager Esther Massundah told journalist recently at a Media Briefing Workshop, that government initiative to provide free blood at public hospitals has spiked demand. Massundah said they were responding to the new demand with a multi-pronged…

Dangote Named Among Greatest Leaders On Earth

The rating carried out by the Fortune Magazine, an American multinational business magazine headquartered in New York City, United States was released recently and focused mainly on the businesses run by the men and how they have used it to impact their society positively. The time-tested magazine, which first edition was published in February 1930, said the world’s greatest leaders both men and women are transforming the world and inspiring others to do so in business, government, philanthropy and the arts. “These…

ZCDC Operations, Ownership Remain Unclear: Maguwu

MUTARE- A leading human rights activist has described Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company as a criminal entity, saying the recent firing of top executives was a realignment exercise meant to appease the ‘new dispensation’. By Donald Nyarota Centre for Natural Resource Governance director Farai Maguwu said ZCDC was formed under political influence of Grace Mugabe and the recent managerial shake up would not ‘rebuild public and market confidence’ as intended. Maguwu said ZCDC was fraudulently registered without…

Community Information Center Helps Rushinga Go Digital

Just a few years ago, in this dusty expanse of Rushinga internet experience was merely a dream for most villagers. Located 59 km east of Mt Darwin town in Mashonaland Central, Rushinga district is relatively under-developed, and communities here have traditionally been seized with communal farming and cattle rearing activities. Despite inroads taken by the government since 2009 to promote internet access in rural Zimbabwe, it took a little while before reaching this remote area thank  to the  Postal and…

Tocky Names New Baby Chamakuvangu

The arts sector may have received yet another boost as popular Zimdancehall crooner, Obey "Tocky Vibes" Makamure welcomed his newly born baby boy. Makamure confirmed this development on his Instagram account yesterday. Speaking to this publication just after confirming the news, the Mhai singer disclosed how nurses denied the name he had chose for his son. According to Tocky, he had named his "heir" after last year's album, Chamakuvangu until nurses protested against the name. "I had named him Chamakuvangu…

Breaking: ZERA In Dramatic U-Turn On Fuel Prices

Barely two hours after issuing a stern warning to fuel dealers not to increase fuel prices, the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has made a dramatic u-turn and issued a statement approving fuel increases by fuel operators. Earlier this morning, ZERA had said it would send police officers to monitor against fuel increases at service stations only for them to backtrack and approve the fuel increase. In the newly approved prices, diesel now goes for $4.89 per litre while petrol is selling at $4.97 per litre.…

Just In: Angola Pulls Out Of COSAFA Cup

COSAFA regrets to announce the withdrawal of Angola from the 2019 COSAFA Cup with the Palancas Negras citing the need to complete their league season and preparations for the Africa Cup of Nations as the reasons. The short notice has placed COSAFA Cup organisers in a tight spot and despite canvasing far and wide across the continent for a replacement, the timeframe simply did not allow for a new participant with the tournament to get underway in Durban this weekend. It means that this year’s Group A will contain three…

ZERA Warns Against Fuel Price Increases

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has issued a stern warning to fuel operators against fuel price increases and hoarding of the commodity. In a statement, ZERA said it has deployed police officers to ensure compliance with the directive. “The Petroleum Industry is advised that the prices of fuel have NOT changed and operators are expected to continue selling fuel into the market as is expected of them. Any operator found hoarding fuel will face the full wrath of the law. The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory…

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