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Mugabe, 93, flies to Singapore for 'medical review' - News24;

Mugabe, 93, flies to Singapore for 'medical review' - News24

News24Mugabe, 93, flies to Singapore for 'medical review'News24Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, 93, is intent on becoming the country's life president, critics say, adding that the nonagenarian won't "surrender power to anyone, not even his wife" Grace. Nurses at Zimbabwe's state hospitals go on strike over pay ...Rural Zimbabwe empties as Mugabe land reform policy unravelsCortez JournalZimbabwe's Mugabe off to Singapore for medical checkupWTOPMugabe off to Singapore for medical reviewNew Zimbabwe.comafricanews -The Star, Kenya -ZimEye - Zimbabwe News -Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 9 news articles »

Zinara to borrow $50mln for road repairs - New Zimbabwe.com;

Zinara to borrow $50mln for road repairs - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comZinara to borrow $50mln for road repairsNew Zimbabwe.comHARARE: Zimbabwe has mobilised $14,5 million out of the $100 million it needs to urgently repair its road network damaged by heavy rains, Transport and Infrastructural Development minister, Joram Gumbo has said. The country is currently experiencing ...Zimbabwe's roads in a state of disaster – transport ministerCitizenZimbabwe seeks $100 million for emergency road repairsMetro.usall 3 news articles »

Former Oriel Boys High student forges results in bid to join Goromonzi - New Zimbabwe.com;

Former Oriel Boys High student forges results in bid to join Goromonzi - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comFormer Oriel Boys High student forges results in bid to join GoromonziNew Zimbabwe.comAN 18-year-old former Oriel Boys high student was this week dragged to the courts after he forged his O' Level results in order to enrol for Advanced Levels at Goromonzi High school. Dick Chikadza of Ruwa flunked all subjects, managing a D grade in ...Student convicted of forging 'O' Level resultsDailyNewsZimbabwe: Suspended Sentence for Forging O-Level ResultsAllAfrica.comall 3 news articles »

Econet makes changes to e-learning platform Ruzivo; adds Shona, Ndebele & other subjects & content is free - Technology Zimbabwe;

Econet makes changes to e-learning platform Ruzivo; adds Shona, Ndebele & other subjects & content is free - Technology Zimbabwe

Technology ZimbabweEconet makes changes to e-learning platform Ruzivo; adds Shona, Ndebele & other subjects & content is freeTechnology ZimbabweLocal mobile network operator Econet Wireless has announced that it is extending the content lineup for Ruzivo Digital Learning its e-learning platform. Pupils using Ruzivo now have access to Shona, Ndebele, Home Economics, Religious and Moral ...Econet Anti- NdebeleBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 4 news articles »

Tourists rubbish Zim police, roads - DailyNews;

Tourists rubbish Zim police, roads - DailyNews

New Zimbabwe.comTourists rubbish Zim police, roadsDailyNewsHARARE - In yet another major setback for Zimbabwe's international standing, the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) yesterday released a damning report in which 10 000 tourists complained about the police — with 500 of them promising never ...Nearly 60pct of tourists harassed by police, Zimra – surveyNew Zimbabwe.comReligion boosting Zimbabwe tourismZim News .NET Zimbabweall 3 news articles »

India to build hospitals in Zim - DailyNews;

India to build hospitals in Zim - DailyNews

The HeraldIndia to build hospitals in ZimDailyNewsHARARE - India has pledged to provide cash to upgrade Zimbabwe's public hospitals and build two hospital complexes and supply them with medical equipment. The two medical centres will offer inpatient and outpatient treatment, emergency services, and ...Boost for health sectorThe HeraldRelief For Locals As Indian Doctors Plan Zim BaseRadioVopall 3 news articles »

Compulsory health insurance on amid resistance - DailyNews;

Compulsory health insurance on amid resistance - DailyNews

Information NigeriaCompulsory health insurance on amid resistanceDailyNewsHARARE - Government is moving ahead to impose a compulsory National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), despite resistance by workers and employers. The scheme, to be run by tax collector National Social Security Authority (Nssa), will see money being ...Let's begin dialogue on NHISGraphic OnlineReps to probe alleged misappropriation of N350b health insurance fundGuardianHMOs misappropriate N350b meant for NHIS, will be prosecuted – House of RepsThe Eagle Onlineall 4 news articles »

LATEST: Tsenengamu gets bail - The Herald;

LATEST: Tsenengamu gets bail - The Herald

The HeraldLATEST: Tsenengamu gets bailThe HeraldFormer Zanu-PF Mashonaland Central youth chairperson Godfrey Tsenengamu, who is facing allegations of subverting a constitutionally elected Government or alternatively undermining the authority of the President, was yesterday freed on $100 bail.Mnangagwa a problem in Zanu-PF's unityBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)Mnangagwa Aide Insists Mugabe Must Step DownZimEye - Zimbabwe Newsall 5 news articles »

Mujuru In Leadership Imposition Storm, Handpicks Own Deputies - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

Mujuru In Leadership Imposition Storm, Handpicks Own DeputiesZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsShyleen Mtandwa | Troubled Zimbabwe People First President Joyce Mujuru is headed for more trouble as allegations emerge that she plans to impose her close ally as National Executive members of the party. Discontent in the party came after a list of ...and more »

ZPP Demands Probe On Police Attacks On Protesters - RadioVop;

ZPP Demands Probe On Police Attacks On Protesters - RadioVop

Bulawayo24 NewsZPP Demands Probe On Police Attacks On ProtestersRadioVopHarare, February 28, 2017 – THE Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has called on the country's rights commission and the police force to investigate and possibly discipline police officers who carried out a brutal attack on a group of peaceful protesters in ...Assault of Activists by police at Parirenyatwa HospitalBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)Zimbabwe: Anti-Mugabe Birthday Protesters 'Brutally Attacked' By Police in HarareAllAfrica.comall 3 news articles »

Why Zanu PF government dumped UNDP - NewsDay;

Why Zanu PF government dumped UNDP - NewsDay

NewsDayWhy Zanu PF government dumped UNDPNewsDayZIMBABWE is supposed to embark on a major process, which will likely transform the electoral playing field for the better — coming up with a new biometric voters' roll (BVR), which, for the first time since independence in 1980, will not be controlled ...NERA adopted a two pronged strategyBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 3 news articles »

Civil servants embark on strike - NewsDay;

Civil servants embark on strike - NewsDay

NewsDayCivil servants embark on strikeNewsDayCIVIL servants yesterday resolved to embark on a strike next Monday in protest over government's failure to commit to paying the 2016 bonus, adding a fresh headache to authorities, as doctors are already on a job action and there seems to be no ...We'll not bow to threats: MinisterThe HeraldGovernment, civil servants talks collapse, strike set for next weekNew Zimbabwe.comZimbabwe public servants to strikeeNCABulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 8 news articles »

Call to amend Zimdef Act - The Herald;

Call to amend Zimdef Act - The Herald

NewsdzeZimbabweCall to amend Zimdef ActThe HeraldThere is need to amend the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) to rationalise the powers which the Act confers on the minister, legislators have said. The legislators in Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Higher Education, Science and ...Parly calls for amendment of Zimdef ActDailyNewsall 2 news articles »

1979 Floods Suddenly Hit Zimbabwe as Grace Mugabe Looks On - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News;

1979 Floods Suddenly Hit Zimbabwe as Grace Mugabe Looks On - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

ZimEye - Zimbabwe News1979 Floods Suddenly Hit Zimbabwe as Grace Mugabe Looks OnZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsThe last time these angry floods hit Zimbabwe was in 1979 when Ian Smith was washed away and a new country emerged. By Chris Tongogara| The last time these angry floods hit Zimbabwe was in 1979 when Ian Smith was washed away and a new country ...Politics is a Power GameThe ZimbabweanIn Praise of Jurisdictional Competition: The Case of Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South AfricaReasonMugabe thick-headedness worry diasporansZim News .NET Zimbabweall 5 news articles »

Gone with the floods! Bridge on major highway swept away - Chronicle;

Gone with the floods! Bridge on major highway swept away - Chronicle

ChronicleGone with the floods! Bridge on major highway swept awayChronicleTHE Government will soon airlift aid to stranded communities after widespread flooding left one person dead, extensively damaged roads and destroyed bridges, leaving parts of the country isolated. The Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate ...Bridge swept away in Cyclone Dineo floodDailyNewsFloods Sweep Away Masvingo-Bulawayo Highway BridgeZimEye - Zimbabwe Newsall 3 news articles »

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Heed President's call for unity and end factionalism - The Zimbabwe Daily;

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Heed President's call for unity and end factionalism - The Zimbabwe Daily

The Zimbabwe DailyEDITORIAL COMMENT: Heed President's call for unity and end factionalismThe Zimbabwe DailyTHE ruling Zanu-PF party should heed President Mugabe's clarion call for unity and an end to factionalism, divisions and unnecessary fights which could derail the party's quest to clinch another landslide victory in next year's harmonised elections.21st February Movement celebrations huge successChronicleall 5 news articles »