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Government "recognizes"community radios but can't let go of airwaves

by Divine Dube

Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Christopher Mushohwe shockingly admitted that the Zimbabwe government which is adamant to licence community radios was aware that the latter exist — despite the the State’s continued monopoly on airwaves which was inherited from the Rhodesian government by Robert Mugabe’s successive governments. 558 more words

Harare Mayor Manyenyeni boycotts parly

By Nyasha N Mukapiko

Harare City Council (HCC) Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni on Tuesday failed to appear before the Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Local Government, Rural and Urban Development chaired by Mutasa South constituency legislator Irene Zindi. 388 more words

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Heal Zimbabwe Trust in peace campaigns ahead of 2018 elections |#Ivote4PeaceZW

By Nkanyiso Ncube

Heal Zimbabwe Trust, an organization focused on rebuilding national cohesion through promotion of tolerance and co-existence in local communities says there are set to embark on community campaigns across the country against hooliganism and violence ahead of the 2018 elections. 220 more words

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Zanu PF's illegal land allocation blamed for Urban Typhoid outbreak

By Tapuwa Mutizamhepo

The ruling Zanu PF party has been fingered as having a hand in the proliferation of water borne diseases such as typhoid and cholera due to its interference in the running of urban councils many of which are led by the opposition MDC T. 612 more words

[Audio] ICT Minister Hon. Supa Mandiwanzira speaks on data tariffs | #DataMustFall

By ZIFM 

ICT & Courier Services Minister Hon. Supa Mandiwanzira speaks on data tariffs during a Parliamentary portfolio committee in February 2017.

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Nyanga North MP Hubert Nyanhongo is completely out of touch with his constituency | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Tapuwa Mutizamhepo

The activities leading to the conduct of the July 2013 harmonised elections remain, imbedded in minds of most Zimbabweans both old and young, it was the first ever election to be held in Zimbabwe under a “new people driven constitution” popularly known as the Copac constitution which ushered many things that the previous Lancaster constitution that had been amended 19 times had never covered. 960 more words

Govt misses its 400k hectares target on command agric

By Nyasha N Mukapiko

Government’s much hyped command agriculture being spearheaded by vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa who chairs the cabinet committee on food security failed to reach its targeted hectarage of 400 000 under maize, planting only 240k missing 157k. 398 more words

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