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Parliament to prioritise Electoral Amendment Bill

  In an interview, Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi, who is the Leader of the House, acknowledged the need to expeditiously deal with the Bill. Zvamaida Murwira-Senior Reporter THE Electoral Amendment Bill currently before Parliament will be given priority so that it is passed on time as it has a bearing on […] …

Court challenge not meant to stop elections: Mwonzora 

Source: Court challenge not meant to stop elections: Mwonzora –Newsday Zimbabwe MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora says his Constitutional Court application challenging the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec)’s gazetted delimitation report is not meant to avoid elections, but to ensure that free, fair and credible elections are conducted. Mwonzora challenged the delimitation […] …

Law officer Muringani jailed for inmates’ release

Senior Court Reporter  Law officer Henry Mugove Muringani has been jailed for 12 years on charges of facilitating the release of four inmates who were facing serious offences through preparing bails on their behalf. Muringani was slapped with a five year-jail term for each of the four counts of criminal abuse of office as a […] …

In rural Zim, electric tricycles are saving lives 

Source: In rural Zim, electric tricycles are saving lives –Newsday Zimbabwe Igava clinic staff led by sister in charge Tebbie Chidemo going for an outreach programme. Margret Hali (34) says she owes her life to an electric tricycle. Last summer, the villager from Igava, 108km east of Harare, grew sick with malaria. At home alone, […] …

Primaries get all clear

Joseph Madzimure-Senior Reporter THE Zanu PF Politburo has approved at least 99,9 percent of CVs of aspiring primary elections candidates with the ruling party saying only those involved in violence and criminal cases were disqualified. Addressing the media at a post-extraordinary Politburo session in Harare yesterday, Zanu PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Christopher […] …

Goats are a critical means of support for Zimbabwe orphans

Source: Goats are a critical means of support for Zimbabwe orphans Zimbabwe (MNN) — One out of every four kids in Zimbabwe doesn’t live with their parents, according to UNICEF. Most have either been abandoned or orphaned. AIDS is a significant problem in the country, and it’s estimated Zimbabwe has 1.3 million AIDS orphans. Christian World Outreach helps […] …

Bona Mugabe files for divorce

Court Reporter The late President Robert Mugabe’s daughter Bona Mugabe’s marriage is now on the brink of collapse after she filed for divorce. She claims her marriage to Simba Chikowore has broken down with no prospects for restoration. Ms Mugabe has approached the High Court seeking a decree of divorce against her husband, citing promiscuity. […] …

Shun drugs, political violence: VP Chiwenga 

Source: Shun drugs, political violence: VP Chiwenga | The Herald VP Chiwenga Cletus Mushanawani in MUTARE VICE PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga has called on youths not to be abused by misguided politicians to engage in violence. He was speaking last night during a fundraising dinner dance for Roman Catholic youths in Mutare Diocese who are supposed […] …

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  • Harmonised elections: Die is cast
    by dayton on 31 May 2023 at 11:30 pm

    Zvamaida Murwira and Wallace Ruzvidzo PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday proclaimed August 23, 2023, as the day on which harmonised elections will be held, opening the door for political parties’ to start their campaigns in earnest and ending weeks of speculation. The Head of State and Government also fixed June 21, 2023 as the day on which

  • Zec dismisses opposition’s frivolous claims
    by dayton on 31 May 2023 at 11:27 pm

    Wallace Ruzvidzo-Herald Reporter THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has dismissed claims by the opposition that the voters’ roll has been manipulated against their favour as “mischievous and preposterous”. Zec said the voters’ roll inspection exercise which is currently ongoing had been instituted to clean as well as fix errors and irregularities which some are raising

  • Re-engagement drive pays off
    by dayton on 31 May 2023 at 11:25 pm

    Blessings Chidakwa-Herald Reporter COTE d’Ivoire has for the first time opened a consulate in Harare owing to President Mnangagwa’s engagement and re-engagement policy which has seen the world warming up to Zimbabwe, while old relations with states like Serbia are being deepened. Yesterday, new ambassadors from the Republics of Saharawi Arab Democratic, Cote d’Ivoire, Serbia,

  • NECF holds high-level indaba
    by dayton on 31 May 2023 at 11:23 pm

    Herald Reporter The National Economic Consultative Forum (NECF) yesterday hosted the national high-level dialogue on the economy in Harare with Government leaders engaging captains of industry and labour on a number of pertinent issues.  The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and come up with robust interventions with regards to economic challenges which include

  • Massive progress at MSU Law School
    by dayton on 31 May 2023 at 11:22 pm

    Freedom Mupanedemo-Midlands Bureau The construction of the ED Mnangagwa Law School at the Kwekwe Campus of Midlands State University (MSU), one of the projects put under the 100 day plan by the Second Republic, has recorded massive progress and is expected to be complete by August 2024.  The two-storey ED Mnangagwa Law School will comprise