Zanu PF presidium admits CCC causing ruling party headaches

Zanu PF presidium admits CCC causing ruling party headaches

By Staff Reporter THE trailblazing Nelson Chamisa-led Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) is causing Zanu PF serious headaches, with the ...
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Zimbabwe

ZCTU slams Mnangagwa for sidelining TNF

ZCTU slams Mnangagwa for sidelining TNF

/ Zimbabwe
By Alois Vinga THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions has slammed President Emmerson Mnangagwa for implementing a raft of economic stabilisation measures before consulting with partners at the Tripartite Negotiation (TNF) and warned the measures could trigger massive job cuts. The TNF is a social dialogue platform which brings together ...

Courts & Crime

Man arrested for trying to bribe cops at road block

Man arrested for trying to bribe cops at road block

/ Courts & Crime, Zimbabwe
By Lisa Nyanhongo A HARARE man was arrested after he tried to bribe a police officer at a checkpoint along the Harare-Beitbridge highway on Friday. The man, identified by police as Anyway Pepukai, was a conductor of a Mercedez Benz sprinter minibus which was travelling to Harare from South Africa ...

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Business

Caledonia gold output surges 40%

Caledonia gold output surges 40%

/ Companies, News Headlines
By Alois Vinga CALEDONIA Mining Corporation plc has recorded a new high in gold production as output 40% in the first three months of 2022. Latest update shows that the top miner recorded growth in both productivity and earnings during the review period. “The first quarter performance saw 18 515 ...

Diaspora

Govt allows citizens to import basic commodities amid price hikes as April inflation hit 96%

Govt allows citizens to import basic commodities amid price hikes as April inflation hit 96%

/ Diaspora, News Headlines
By Bloomberg.com The government is allowing ordinary citizens with access to U.S. dollars to import basic commodities for their own use to counter “substantial” price increases by retailers. Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said the government opened imports of basic commodities to citizens with immediate effect. This will be done “through ...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

Gospel singer Deborah Fraser dies after short illness

Gospel singer Deborah Fraser dies after short illness

/ Showbiz, Arts & Culture
By News24 Gospel artist Deborah Fraser has died. Family spokesperson Nontando Mafisa confirmed to News24 that Fraser had died on Sunday. "It is with deep sadness [that we] inform you of the passing of our beloved mother, sister, aunt and friend, and gospel musician, Deborah Fraser, following a short illness ...

Sports

Benjani delights in first home victory

Benjani delights in first home victory

/ Football
By Sports Reporter NGEZI Platinum coach Benjani Mwaruwari says he is satisfied by the progress his team has made since taking over the hot seat after his side recorded their first win since his arrival with a dominant 4-0 win against Tenax at Baobab Stadium on Saturday. A goal in ...

Trending

Rihanna picks UK-based Zim model as face of Fenty Beauty Africa’s global launch

Rihanna picks UK-based Zim model as face of Fenty Beauty Africa’s global launch

/ News Headlines, Trending
By Paidashe Mandivengerei AWARD winning Zimbabwean model Nyasha Matonhodze has been selected as the face of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Africa’s global launch. This comes after the Barbadian music star announced on Tuesday that she will be setting up Fenty Beauty and Skin stores in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, South ...

Health & Community

Nurses demand salary hike

Nurses demand salary hike

/ Health & Community, Zimbabwe
By Sharleen Mohammed NURSES in public health institutions are demanding an increase in their monthly salaries, saying what they are currently getting has been seriously eroded by inflation. Speaking on the sidelines of the International nurses day commemorations, Zimbabwe Nurses Association (ZINA) president Enock Dongo said their current working conditions ...

Africa & World

Putin warns Finland joining NATO would be ‘mistake’

Putin warns Finland joining NATO would be ‘mistake’

/ World
By VOA RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin told his Finnish counterpart that it would be a “mistake” for Finland to join NATO, according to statement from the Kremlin. The two leaders spoke by phone on Saturday as U.S. Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell led a delegation of Republican senators on a ...

Opinion