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Mnangagwa’s Un-Glamorous and Disaster Plagued Reign

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa first took the oath of office on November 24 2017, he raised the expectations of many Zimbabweans, so high that they were bound to be disappointed. The excitement that had been witnessed when his predecessor, Robert Mugabe unceremoniously left office, soon became a false hope. When the election campaign started, a few months later, it slowly sank in the mind of millions of Zimbabweans, that In the event that ED wins the elections, then it would be all doom and gloom. His well-oiled…

Boka Ready For Tobacco Farmers

Boka Tobacco Auction Floors have expressed preparedness for the new tobacco selling season which kicked off on Wednesday this week by treating the visiting farmers with a well sanitized environment. Apart from being the largest, Boka Tobacco Auction floor has over the years proved to be the best tobacco buyers. The floors are usually operational during the tobaccos selling season, that Match to June and in the past, farmers would be joined by other business people from different businesses altogether who would come to…

CZI Pledge To Keep Chimanimani Warm

The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries through the Proudly Zimbabwe initiative has pledged to avail more 10 000 blankets which will go towards the relief of Chimanimani and Chipinge residents who were affected by Cyclone Idai. The death toll from the disaster continues to rise as more than 150 deaths have been recorded so far and relief response has been overwhelming with the nation coming together to offer support to the affected people. CZI President, Sifelani Jabangwe said the two organisations are targeting to…

Stanbic Bank Chips In With RTGS$ 250 000 Aid For Cyclone Idai

Leading financial services institution, Stanbic Bank has joined the long list of well-wishers who have chipped with support towards the Cyclone Idai victims in Chimanimani. The South African headquartered institution donated an assortment of goods worth RTGS$200 000. According to Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Palmer Mugavha the money was used to purchase 39 tents, five by 2.5 KVA generators, 700 blankets, 2000 cases of bottled water, 2000 packs of reusable sanitary pads and 500…

Wary Over Visiting Banana Vendors Who Could Have Succumbed To Cyclone Idai

Five days after Cyclone Idai left a trail of destruction in both Chipinge and Chimanimani, there is suspicion that more people could be missing including visitors from other areas who usually visit the area to buy bananas in bulk for re-sell. In an interview with 263Chat, one village head in Chimanimani Dudzai Ndiyadzo said they suspect a number of banana wholesalers could have been affected by the cyclone which has to date claimed over a hundred lives with over 200 missing. "We have other people we don't know but who…

MDC Legislator Hwende Distances Self from ‘Notorious Twitter Handle’

MDC legislator for Kuwadzana East Charlton Hwende stunned the court today when he denied the Twitter account which is being alleged to be his and accused of subverting a constitutional government. Hwende is answering to charges of treason after he is believed to have uttered words on Twitter which the state said agitated for the removal of President Emerson Mnangagwa. In denying the alleged Twitter handle, Hwende, through his lawyer Mr. Harrison Nkomo said that there is no proof to say that the account belongs to the…

Delta Extends Helping Hand To Cyclone Idai Victims

Leading beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation Limited has joined the government, companies and individuals in extending a helping hand to the victims of Cyclone Idai which hit Manicaland province few days ago leaving behind a trail of destruction. The Company mobilised immediate food handouts, beverages for service personnel and blankets worth RTGS$50 000 while also pledged a total of RTGS$1,5million towards the ongoing efforts to deal with this emergency. The funds pledged will be utilized through specific…

Phathisani To Feature in New TV Series

Popular radio personality, Phathisani Sibanda will feature in returning television series, Estate Blues expected to hit the screens by end of April. Addressing journalists in the capital on Wednesday, Estate Blues producer, Admire Maramba expressed confidence in Sibanda’s acting abilities and said the radio presenter has already shown his talent on radio. “We have roped in Star FM’s Phathisani Sibanda and Miss Vee Candy to boost our cast team of new and old members. As we have all seen in those short plays between…

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Boka Ready For Tobacco Farmers

Boka Tobacco Auction Floors have expressed preparedness for the new tobacco selling season which kicked off on Wednesday this week by treating the visiting farmers with a well sanitized environment. Apart from being the largest, Boka…

Roki In Debut 2019 Show

Award-winning musician, Rockford Josphat affectionately known as Roki will make his debut performance in 2019 in Victoria Falls on 29 March at Comfort Pub and Grill. Speaking to 263Chat, the "Chidzoka" hitmaker could not hide his joy to…

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