The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party has today remembered their founding leader and former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, Morgan Tsvangirai who would have turned 68 today.
Various party organs and members showered words of praise to Tsvangirai who died on the 14th of February
MUTARE – The Zimbabwe Anti- Corruption Commission (ZACC) says it is closing nets on corrupt Ministry of Mines officials demanding bribes for operating certificates leading to numerous cases of double allocation of claims.
ZACC spokesperson John Makamure recently revealed that the commission will institute sector specific
Youth, Sport, Art and Recreation Minister, Kirsty Coventry has accused the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) of dismally failing to run football affairs in the country resulting in an embarrassing ban on all local stadia by the Confederations of African Football (CAF).
Last month CAF ordered ZIFA
The hearing and determination of an appeal filed by Harare East constituency legislator Hon. Tendai Biti got off to a false start on Monday 9 March 2020 after the High Court postponed the matter to Monday 11 May 2020.
High Court Judges Felistus Chatukuta and Pisirayi
Leading internet services provider, Liquid Telecoms is battling to service long term loans acquired externally due to the depleting value of the local currency and an unfavorable tariff regime, 263Chat Business has gathered.
The telecoms firm also said due to depleting cash flows from a weaker
Opposition FreeZim Congress party leader Joseph Busha has castigated the Government over the construction of the new Parliament building saying it’s a sign of ‘insensitivity’.
According to government, the new parliament building currently under construction in Mt Hampden is a donation from China.
Addressing journalists in Harare,
Senior hospital doctors have urged government to take the novel coronavirus seriously amid rising death toll from the deadly disease which stands at over 3000 from the 110 000 confirmed cases worldwide.
In a Twitter thread posted earlier today, Zimbabwe Senior Hospital Doctors Association (ZSHDA) reminded
Airlines have been suspending flights or modifying services in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
AIRLINES THAT HAVE CANCELLED ALL FLIGHTS TO MAINLAND CHINA
**American Airlines (AAL.O) has extended the suspension of China and Hong Kong flights through April 24
**Air France (AIRF.PA) said on Feb. 6 it would
UNICEF says it is concerned about the amount of fake news and misinformation on coronavirus (COVID-19) saying if left unchecked it will cause unnecessary panic around the world.
110,090 have so far been infected by the coronavirus worldwide while 3831 have succumbed to the deadly disease.
The government has advised the nation to keep calm, insisting the country had confirmed any COVID-19 cases to date.
This follows widespread rumors that government was covering up confirmed coronavirus cases including that of a Mutare woman who returned home from China, got admitted at Wilkins