Our Protests Unstoppable, Says MDC❗

THE Nelson Chamisa-led MDC party yesterday dismissed threats by Zanu PF youths to counter their demonstrations, saying the ruling party had no mandate to stop their constitutional right to protest.

Zanu PF youths on Thursday threatened to block the opposition party’s planned protests over the rising cost of living …

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SA Made ‘Outrageous’ Demands😱 To Join Rand Monetary Union- ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa revealed that Zimbabwe intended to join the Rand Monetary Union when the Zimbabwe dollar collapsed in 2008 but was put off by the demands made by South Africa.

He said some of the demands were simply unacceptable and no country could ever agree with them.

Speaking in …

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Meikles Hotel🏨 Sale Now Awaits Shareholder Approval😯

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE )listed conglomerate, Meikles limited has announced that the proposed plan to sell shareholding in one of its hotels is now awaiting shareholder approval.

The company issued a latest notice to its shareholders saying the deal which has been on cards for some time is now being …

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More Than 5.7m Zimbabweans In Need Of Food Assistance🌾

Following a drought in the 2018 – 2019 agricultural season, more than 5.7 million Zimbabweans are reportedly in need of food ai

The Local Government minister July Moyo told Senators this past week that even though this is is the known number between government and NGOs there’s a need …

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ED Wants Agro-Dealers to Continue Working With Govt👏

Government has pledged to continue supporting partnerships between private sector and the State to boost agricultural productivity that ensures food security and economic development. The State will also continue to implement innovative agricultural programmes and adopt robust policies to further reinvigorate the sector.

This was said by President Mnangagwa yesterday …

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Harare City Council Able To Supply Less 12.5% Of Water Demand😓

Harare City Council Spokesperson has said that the council can only supply 100 megaliters a day, against a daily demand of 800 megaliters. This represents just 12.5% of the demand being met.

Currently, the City Council is unable to meet due to the prevailing drought which has lowered water …

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