Zimbabwe News

British Museum🏛 to Return Benin Bronzes💫 to Nigeria

More than a century after British soldiers looted a collection of priceless artifacts from the Kingdom of Benin, some of the Benin bronzes are heading back to Nigeria - with strings attached.

A deal was struck last month by the Benin Dialogue Group (BDG) that would see "some of the most …

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Mthuli Ncube🤝 in Bulawayo for Post-Budget💼 Indaba With Business

The Minister for Finance and Economic Development Mthuli Ncube will be in Bulawayo today to meet business leaders. He is expected to explain key points of the 2019 budget and clarify issues around currency challenges. Bulawayo used to be an industrial hub in the country but since the turn of …

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End❌ of The Road🛣 for Mudzuri: MDC Activist

An MDC activist Lovemore Chinoputsa says that MDC vice president Elias Mudzuri’s visit to the State House today marks the end of his political career in the opposition party.

Writing on his Facebook page, Chinoputsa said

"This marks the end of the road for our Vice President. You cant …

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ZINARA Offers 50% Discount💸 on Penalties of Outstanding🚘 Vehicle Licences

The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) will be offering 50% discount on penalties of outstanding vehicle licence fees. The government through the Central Vehicle Registry (CVR) has threatened to de-register unlicensed vehicles and those that have not been exempted for over two years.

In a statement, ZINARA said

"Zinara would …

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Zimbabwe 'to Shut🚷 Down Foreign Embassies' in 💰Bid to Cut Costs

Zimbabwe's new finance minister Mthuli Ncube has reportedly announced that the government is planning to reduce the number of the country's foreign missions from the current 46.

According to New Zimbabwe.com, during his budget speech last week, Ncube said that the government this year alone ran a $15 million …

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'Retired Army Colonel👀 Abducted, Set to Testify🔊 Before Motlanthe Commission'

National Patriotic Front (NPF) spokesperson Jealousy Mawarire claims retired army colonel and former Zanu-PF parliamentary candidate Elliot Piki was abducted by unknown assailants on Sunday.

Speaking on Twitter, Mawarire said Piki was set to testify before the Kgalema Motlanthe chaired Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 post-election disturbances.

Said …

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MDC to Roll Out🔊 Demonstrations in Harare 🗓This Thursday

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has resolved to conduct a demonstration this Thursday against the economic hardships prevailing in the country. The MDC national council met in the capital, Harare, last week and come up with the decision. The police have already been notified of the planned demonstration as …

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Zimbabwe Must🛩 Open Airspace, Revamp🚅 Rail Network: Mnangagwa

In his weekly column in The Sunday Mail, President Mnangagwa said there was need to liberalise airspace in line with decisions by the African Union and Comesa.

He said opening up the airspace can be done concurrent with efforts to revive Air Zimbabwe.

Said Mnangagwa:

"On air transport, Zimbabwe must …

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Chamisa, Biti to 👀Appear Before Motlanthe Commission⚖ Today

MDCAlliance spokesperson Jacob Mafume confirmed yesterday that party leader Nelson Chamisa and deputy chairperson Tendai Biti will testify before the Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 Post-Election Violence that resulted in the death of 6 people.

Mafume said MDC Alliance was satisfied with the reasons why the Kgalema Motlanthe …

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Mnangagwa Should🙅‍♂️ Not Trust Chiwenga:🔊 MDC Spokesperson

Reacting to Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’s vow to support President Mnangagwa, MDC spokesperson Jacob Mafume said Mnangagwa should be afraid.

He said the vow to support Mnangagwa is an indication that Chiwenga wants to take over.

Said Mafume:

"If I were Mnangagwa, I would be very afraid. The last …

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