Zimbabwe News

👔Mnangagwa Hits👊 Out at Magaya

First lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday launched a thinly-veiled attack on Prophetic Healing and Deliverance ministries leader Walter Magaya following his recent claims that he had discovered a cure for Aids.

Speaking at the World Aids Day commemorations at Rujeko High School in Mazowe, Mnangagwa urged health authorities to be wary …

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Grow Castor🥜 Bean, Farmers🙏 Urged

Zimbabwean farmers have been called on to grow castor beans, a crop that is expected to guarantee farmers a decent livelihood and generate the much needed foreign currency for the country.

The call was made at a field day held in Mt Hampden where farmers from across the country received …

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Growing Calls🔊 in Zimbabwe to Adopt the 💸Rand

Zimbabwe is dollarizing once again against growing discontent with bond notes.

This week the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Nelson Chamisa organised a protest action to pressurise the government into adopting the rand as its currency or demonetising the bond notes.

Chamisa said the government continued to maintain …

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Zanu PF😢 Mourns Professor Makhurane💐

Zanu PF has joined the nation in morning NUST’s founding Vice Chancellor, Professor Phineas Makhurane, describing him as a jewel of humanity.

Professor Makhurane sucumbed to diabetes at Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo yesterday, plunging the academic fraternity into morning.

Zanu PF Secretary for Information and Publicity, Ambassador Simon …

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At Least 9⃣ Dead in Checheche Accident⚰

Nine people died and eighty others were critically injured in an accident involving a Greenfuel sugar cane haulage truck and a commuter omnibus at Chimambo rural business centre, about four kilometers from Checheche growth point in Chipinge, Manicaland Province.

The accident happened at around 1pm this afternoon when the haulage …

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Former Nust 👔Vice Chancellor Professor Phineas Makhurane Dies💐

Founding National University of Science and Technology (Nust) Vice-Chancellor and distinguished academic Professor Phineas Mogorosi Makhurane has died.

Prof Makhurane, one of the first Africans to study Physics and Mathematics at the then University of Rhodesia and Nyasaland now University of Zimbabwe passed on yesterday.

As news of the fall …

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Fracas as Police Ban🚷 War Veterans' Anti-Mnangagwa🔊 Demonstration

The High Court has agreed to hear arguments challenging police ban of a demonstration by war veterans against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government for failing to honour other monetary promises dating back to 1998, and ex-liberation war fighters said they were optimistic it would be overturned.

War veterans, who in …

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