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ZEC Closes Office As 2 Million Get Vaccinated

By Mercy Mungoriwo An upsurge of Covid-19 infections in the country has sent the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) into shutting down all its offices countrywide. This will be for a period of 14 days. ZEC follows another bold act by State entity, TelOne, which has sent all its unvaccinated employees …

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Zimbabwe Set To Lose US$25m If SA Riots Continue

The Zimbabwean economy will lose up to 25 million US dollars if the ongoing riots in South Africa continue for another week. This is according to Takunda Mugaga, president of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC). Speaking to the SABC in Harare, Mugaga said disruptions of routes into Zimbabwe …

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Masiyiwa Fingers Rich States For Deliberately Keeping Vaccines From Africa

Strive Masiyiwa, the Zimbabwean telecommunications billionaire tasked with helping the African Union (AU) secure Covid-19 vaccines, said the shortage of doses on the continent was a consequence of deliberate action by the world’s richest nations. While the US has fully vaccinated 45 percent of its people, the UK 47 percent and the European Union 29 percent, Africa …

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Famous Catholic Priest, Father Ribeiro Dies

Heroic Roman Catholic Priest, Father Emmanuel Ribeiro has died. The government spokesperson, Nick Mangwana confirmed the death saying Father Ribeiro died Thursday morning at St. Anne’s Hospital in Harare.  “It is sad to learn that Father Emmanuel Ribeiro has passed on in the early hours of this morning. Father Ribeiro …

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Supreme Court Acquits MDC Duo

The Supreme Court has acquitted Movement for Democratic Change activists Last Maengahama and Tungamirai Madzorera on murder charges, Nhau has learnt. The duo had been incarcerated at Chikurubi Maximum prison for the past eight years after being convicted of murdering police Inspector Petros Mutedza in 2011. This was after Insp …

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Mozambique: Regional Help Arrives

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is poised to intervene militarily on the side of the Mozambican government to stop the emerging deadly Islamist insurgency in the Cabo Delgado Province, in the north of the country. This comes after the regional body of 16-nation states sent a technical team to verify events in the …

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