Yet Another Doctors’ Strike

[This Day] Nigerians woke up last Monday to receive the sad news of an indefinite nationwide strike by medical practitioners in all federal medical facilities. The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) had risen from its National Executive Co…

[This Day] Nigerians woke up last Monday to receive the sad news of an indefinite nationwide strike by medical practitioners in all federal medical facilities. The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) had risen from its National Executive Council meeting in the wee hours of the day with a decision to reject a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) its leaders had signed with the federal government over the six-point demand on their conditions of service. NARD President, Dr John Onyebueze, said in a terse statem

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NOUN Law Graduates Confident in Court

[This Day] The Nigerian Law School had during the recent annual general conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) held in Lagos reiterated its position that National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) is not qualified to nominate students for adm…

[This Day] The Nigerian Law School had during the recent annual general conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) held in Lagos reiterated its position that National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) is not qualified to nominate students for admission into the law school. In a response to a question at the end of the conference over the fate of NOUN following the recent amendments of the university's Act by the Senate from 'correspondence' to now 'full-time', with a view to resolving the lingering crisis over

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Grace ‘Buries’ Mnangagwa

[Zimbabwe Standard] First lady Grace Mugabe on Saturday yesterday told a bewildered Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he risked going the same way as his predecessor Joice Mujuru if he did not rein in his supporters.

[Zimbabwe Standard] First lady Grace Mugabe on Saturday yesterday told a bewildered Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he risked going the same way as his predecessor Joice Mujuru if he did not rein in his supporters.

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2019 – Buhari’s Supporters Insist On 2nd Term

[Daily Trust] Enugu -The Enugu State chapter of the Buhari Support Organisation (BSO) has thrown its weight behind President Muhammadu Buhari over his second term, saying he needs eight years to consolidate on his achievements in revamping Nigeria’s in…

[Daily Trust] Enugu -The Enugu State chapter of the Buhari Support Organisation (BSO) has thrown its weight behind President Muhammadu Buhari over his second term, saying he needs eight years to consolidate on his achievements in revamping Nigeria's infrastructure and on the war against corruption and of insecurity.

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Soccer – Sugar Boys Outplay Chipangano

[The Herald] A spirited performance by Triangle spearheaded by substitute man-of-the-match Simba Makoni saw Triangle outplaying a fighting 10-man Hwange side in this Castle Premiership soccer match at Gibbo yesterday.

[The Herald] A spirited performance by Triangle spearheaded by substitute man-of-the-match Simba Makoni saw Triangle outplaying a fighting 10-man Hwange side in this Castle Premiership soccer match at Gibbo yesterday.

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New Hope As Zimbabwe Ratifies Key Climate Treaty

[The Herald] Climate Zimbabwe has ratified the Paris Agreement on climate change, according to Veronica Gundu, deputy climate change director in the Environment, Water and Climate Ministry.

[The Herald] Climate Zimbabwe has ratified the Paris Agreement on climate change, according to Veronica Gundu, deputy climate change director in the Environment, Water and Climate Ministry.

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D-Day for Bogus Stands Dealer

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Zanu-PF politician Abisha Ushewekunze, who allegedly swindled flea market traders of over $14 000 after promising them non-existent residential stands at Cold Comfort, will know his fate today.

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Zanu-PF politician Abisha Ushewekunze, who allegedly swindled flea market traders of over $14 000 after promising them non-existent residential stands at Cold Comfort, will know his fate today.

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Husband Slits Wife’s Throat

[The Herald] A Mutare man who deserted his family 25 years ago before returning recently, allegedly murdered his wife by slitting her throat on Friday night, before disappearing.

[The Herald] A Mutare man who deserted his family 25 years ago before returning recently, allegedly murdered his wife by slitting her throat on Friday night, before disappearing.

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Chief Makoni in Trouble

[The Herald] Chief Makoni, Cogen Simbayi Gwasira, is in trouble with the law again after he allegedly failed to return six head of cattle he had attached from his subjects.

[The Herald] Chief Makoni, Cogen Simbayi Gwasira, is in trouble with the law again after he allegedly failed to return six head of cattle he had attached from his subjects.

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