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Govt To Strictly Monitor Aid For Floods Victims

Government says it will put in place strong monitoring mechanisms to ensure funds meant for floods victims in Manicaland and parts of Masvingo provinces  will reach the intended beneficiaries amid reports of misappropriation of funds by relevant authorities in the past. This was said by permanent secretary in the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services , Nick Mangwana on the sidelines of the swearing in ceremony of Harare Metropolitan Province Minister, Oliver Chidawu at State House today. "Sure we…

Zimbabweans Unite To Assist Cyclone Idai Victims

Meteorology Services Department Zimbabwe has announced  that cyclone Idai that has left a trail of destruction has started weakening and drifting further away from Zimbabwe and warmer conditions are expected in the affected parts of the country. "Light showers are still possible over Mashonaland Provinces and parts of Manicaland," Met Service Dpt Zimbabwe posted on their Twitter account. In light of a devastating tropical storm that has swept away bridges and homes in eastern Zimbabwe, a number of organisations and…

Lumumba And I Make A Perfect Couple: Vimbai Zimuto

Controversial Netherlands-based Zimbabwean artist, Vimbai Zimuto has said she would make a perfect match with politician, Acie Lumumba because of an alike mindset. Speaking to 263Chat, Zimuto, who was highlighting key factors that contribute to a healthy marriage said matching mindsets between couples create the base for lasting relationships. "Marriage is more than sex and children, healthy marriages are hinged on the level of mindset connection between couples. "Take me and Lumumba for example, he and I would make…

Trial Date Set for Suspended Court Boss

The state has set the trial date for suspended Zimbabwe chief magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe to 9 April in a case in which he is facing charges of criminal abuse of office. Guvamombe, who is out on $3 000 bail appeared in court today for a routine remand and was stood down to Wednesday 20 March for variation of bail conditions. The suspended chief magistrate is being accused of criminal abuse of office after he allegedly offered internship to former Zanu PF Ministers, Supa Mandiwanzira and Saviour Kasukuwere…

Cyclone Idai Death Toll Reaches 82

82 people from Chipinge and Chimanimani districts have been confirmed dead as a result of Cyclone Idai that hit the eastern part of Zimbabwe since Friday night, government has announced. The death has gone up from the 33 reported early on Saturday and reached 62 yesterday before the latest figure announced today. This is amid indications that more people are still missing since Friday evening. Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister, Sekai Nzenza in an interview with ZBC said government has an a enormous…

Massive Economic Losses In Manicaland, as Flood Misery Continues

Hundreds of millions of dollars worth of infrastructure, livestock and agricultural produce  have been destroyed in Manicaland and parts of Masvingo provinces in the past three days due to heavy rains and gusty winds from cyclone Idai, with fears of further losses expected as the floods continue. Economic activity in the eastern province  has literally been flooded to a halt, with other provinces west-wards that depend on Manicaland's road connectivity to suppliers and markets in neighbouring Mozambique catching the cold.…

Econet Sets The Record Straight

Econet Wireless has issued a statement denying reports that its network faces collapse due to the non-payment of a foreign debt to a network platform supplier. “Econet Wireless is aware of an inaccurate message doing the rounds on some social media groups, quoting unnamed sources who claim that the company ‘risks a blackout after losing a backup node’. “We wish to assure our valued customers, stakeholders and the public at large, that the network remains sound and stable, and is not at risk of any blackout.” The…

Zim Entrepreneur Launches New Construction App

A Zimbabwean Entrepreneur, Terence Johane will next week launch a mobile application which will bring together all stakeholders in the construction industry for ease of doing business. In an interview with 263Chat, Johane who is an MBA student and a former employee in the construction industry said the application called ConHub will be a one big stop shop for all construction industry as it will bring together buyers and sellers as well as offer valuable information to guide. “The vision is to eliminate information…

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Cyclone Idai Death Toll Reaches 82

82 people from Chipinge and Chimanimani districts have been confirmed dead as a result of Cyclone Idai that hit the eastern part of Zimbabwe since Friday night, government has announced. The death has gone up from the 33 reported…

Econet Sets The Record Straight

Econet Wireless has issued a statement denying reports that its network faces collapse due to the non-payment of a foreign debt to a network platform supplier. “Econet Wireless is aware of an inaccurate message doing the rounds on some…

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