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RBZ Shuts Down Popular Money Transfer Service InnBucks

HARARE – InnBucks, a popular money transfer service owned by Simbisa Brands was on Wednesday ordered to cease operations by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) which accused the company of failing to comply with regulations. The central bank said InnBucks customers had a 30-day window to withdraw their money, …

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SA Xenophobic Attacks: Terrified Zimbabweans Sending Their Possessions Home

FEARING further xenophobic violence and facing an uncertain future with the scrapping of the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP), many Zimbabweans in the Eastern Cape are repatriating their valuables. Recent attacks in South Africa on immigrants by members of groups such as Operation Dudula, Dudula Movement and PutSouthAfricaFirst have spooked many immigrants. Recently, a …

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Million Dollars In Fees At Private Schools

PARENTS with children in private schools are set to pay more for the second term as some schools have pegged fees at around $1,2 million, adding that a top up may be required during the course of the term. The second term begins on Tuesday, May 3 and ends on …

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Zimbabwe’s 5th Population Census Starts Thursday

Zimbabwe will this Thursday begin a 10-day national population census, its fifth since independence from Britain in 1980. Some programs have been put on hold to pave the way for the national process, including closing all higher and tertiary learning institutions to ensure that students are counted within their usual …

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Marry: Human Rights Groups Pile Pressure On Mnangagwa

…petition Sadc, AU to intervene PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is under intense pressure to act and facilitate that his Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga’s ex-wife Marry Mubaiwa is afforded an opportunity to travel for medical care outside the country as her health condition continues deteriorating, while the judiciary is refusing to hand back …

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