Senate Rejects Parliamentary Legal Committee Report

[The Herald] Senate has rejected recommendations from the Parliamentary Legal Committee (PLC), which had noted that inclusion of traditional leaders in the Land Commission was unconstitutional. Senators led by chiefs’ council president Fortune Charumbi…

[The Herald] Senate has rejected recommendations from the Parliamentary Legal Committee (PLC), which had noted that inclusion of traditional leaders in the Land Commission was unconstitutional. Senators led by chiefs' council president Fortune Charumbira, through an overwhelming affirmative vote, shot down the PLC Adverse Report, which had indicated that amendments to the Land Commission Bill to allow traditional leaders into the commission violated the Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dreamstar Targets Varsities

[The Herald] This year’s edition of Dreamstar Zimbabwe is targeting universities as an effort to provide more opportunities for talent identification.

[The Herald] This year's edition of Dreamstar Zimbabwe is targeting universities as an effort to provide more opportunities for talent identification.

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Cabinet Okays U.S.$1 Billion Parastatals Debt Takeover

[The Herald] Cabinet has approved the assumption of over $1 billion worth of debts that have been accumulated by some critical State Enterprises including Air Zimbabwe and Zisco Steel, as part of accelerated efforts to make them attractive to potential…

[The Herald] Cabinet has approved the assumption of over $1 billion worth of debts that have been accumulated by some critical State Enterprises including Air Zimbabwe and Zisco Steel, as part of accelerated efforts to make them attractive to potential suitors.

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Minister Tshinga Dube Heaps War Vets Rot Blame On Hunzvi

[New Zimbabwe] Minister Tshinga Dube has blamed the late war veterans’ leader Chenjerai Hunzvi for poor work when he had been tasked to assess the degree of injuries suffered by those who claimed permanent disabilities as a result of the liberation war.

[New Zimbabwe] Minister Tshinga Dube has blamed the late war veterans' leader Chenjerai Hunzvi for poor work when he had been tasked to assess the degree of injuries suffered by those who claimed permanent disabilities as a result of the liberation war.

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SA Moves Up Four Places in Reputation Study

[SAnews.gov.za] South Africa has moved four places up to be ranked 45th in the 2017 Country RepTrak® study conducted by Reputation House, Brand South Africa announced on Friday.

[SAnews.gov.za] South Africa has moved four places up to be ranked 45th in the 2017 Country RepTrak® study conducted by Reputation House, Brand South Africa announced on Friday.

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Makhosi Khoza – Fear and Loathing in the Parliamentary Precinct

[Daily Maverick] The question over whether President Jacob Zuma should stay or go has pitted the word of Police Minister Fikile Mbalula against that of ANC MP Makhosi Khoza in a party that is losing its credibility. Will the ANC come out of this alive?…

[Daily Maverick] The question over whether President Jacob Zuma should stay or go has pitted the word of Police Minister Fikile Mbalula against that of ANC MP Makhosi Khoza in a party that is losing its credibility. Will the ANC come out of this alive? By CARIEN DU PLESSIS.

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Mutare Taxi Rank Fees Slashed

[The Herald] Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere has directed Mutare City Council to review commuter operators’ ranking disc fees from $100 to $70 per quarter.

[The Herald] Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere has directed Mutare City Council to review commuter operators' ranking disc fees from $100 to $70 per quarter.

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Rotary Club Donates 440 Wheelchairs to St Giles

[The Herald] St Giles Rehabilitation Centre yesterday received 440 wheelchairs worth over $100 000 from the Rotary Club of Fresno in California, United States. The wheelchairs will be used by various people living with disabilities across Zimbabwe, inc…

[The Herald] St Giles Rehabilitation Centre yesterday received 440 wheelchairs worth over $100 000 from the Rotary Club of Fresno in California, United States. The wheelchairs will be used by various people living with disabilities across Zimbabwe, including patients from St Giles. A total of 50 wheelchairs were distributed yesterday to both children and adults from Tose Respite Care Home and other care homes. Harare Central Rotary Club president Mrs Anne Nyakunu said the donation alleviated the plight of people in nee

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