Lieutenant General Sibanda Takes Over From Chiwenga

[263Chat] Commander Defence Forces, General Constantino Chiwenga and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri have retired from the security forces.

[263Chat] Commander Defence Forces, General Constantino Chiwenga and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Commissioner General Augustine Chihuri have retired from the security forces.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

TB Joshua Gets Dominican Republic’s Highest Award

[Guardian] There is certainly no stopping the founder and spiritual head of The Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua (TB Joshua), in his avowed commitment to manifesting the Word of God, touching and changing lives all aroun…

[Guardian] There is certainly no stopping the founder and spiritual head of The Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua (TB Joshua), in his avowed commitment to manifesting the Word of God, touching and changing lives all around the universe, says one of his ardent admirers, Mr. Jonas Maduabuchukwu Ojukwu, a Peace Ambassador.

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Operation Restore Legacy Troops Return to Barracks

[263Chat] The popular operation in Zimbabwe since Independence, ‘Operation Restore Legacy’, which saw the demise of former President Robert Mugabe, has ended after ‘achieving the intended results,’ Defence and Security Services announced on Monday.

[263Chat] The popular operation in Zimbabwe since Independence, 'Operation Restore Legacy', which saw the demise of former President Robert Mugabe, has ended after 'achieving the intended results,' Defence and Security Services announced on Monday.

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Govt to Pay $840 Million to Grain Farmers

[The Herald] TREASURY is expected to pay farmers $840,45 million by year end for a record 2,15 million tonnes of grain delivered to the Grain Marketing Board, Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

[The Herald] TREASURY is expected to pay farmers $840,45 million by year end for a record 2,15 million tonnes of grain delivered to the Grain Marketing Board, Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

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Bread Price Hike – Govt Intervenes

[The Herald] The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development has ordered bakers to revert to old prices after an unjustified increase over the weekend. This follows Bakers Inn’s announcement of bread increase to $1 from $0,90 for a standa…

[The Herald] The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development has ordered bakers to revert to old prices after an unjustified increase over the weekend. This follows Bakers Inn's announcement of bread increase to $1 from $0,90 for a standard loaf and family loaf price increase to $1,10 from $1. Addressing journalists yesterday, Minister of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development Dr Mike Bimha said all bread prices will return to old prices today after dialogue between his ministry and bakers.

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Mnangagwa Condemns ‘Unjustified’ Price Hikes

[The Herald] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has condemned unjustified price hikes by some business dealers, saying such actions cannot be allowed to continue. Addressing delegates attending the 6th Buy Zimbabwe Annual Awards at a Harare hotel last night,…

[The Herald] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has condemned unjustified price hikes by some business dealers, saying such actions cannot be allowed to continue. Addressing delegates attending the 6th Buy Zimbabwe Annual Awards at a Harare hotel last night, President Mnangagwa said "no to such counter-economic practices". He said business should complement Government efforts to revive the economy by refraining from counter-productive measures like selling cash and multi-tier pricing systems. "Government notes with concern t

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Higher Budget Still Falls Short On Health Care Goals

[The Herald] Set against the context of acute shortage of materials, medicine and manpower, a health budget of $486 million may not be enough to put the country’s health services in a position to deliver quality service to most of its patients. Even th…

[The Herald] Set against the context of acute shortage of materials, medicine and manpower, a health budget of $486 million may not be enough to put the country's health services in a position to deliver quality service to most of its patients. Even though, this allocation announced in the 2017-2018 estimates of expenditure, still represents a significant amount compared to what other line ministries got.

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8 More Zanu-PF MPs Face Parliament Recall

[The Herald] At least eight more Zanu-PF Members of Parliament are set to be ejected from Parliament after the ruling party’s Extraordinary Congress held last Friday adopted a Central Committee report recommending their expulsion, together with 12 othe…

[The Herald] At least eight more Zanu-PF Members of Parliament are set to be ejected from Parliament after the ruling party's Extraordinary Congress held last Friday adopted a Central Committee report recommending their expulsion, together with 12 other party members. The 20 Zanu-PF members were part of the G40 cabal that was causing chaos and instability in Zanu-PF before the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) moved in to pacify the situation under Operation Restore Legacy.

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Good Riddance! Opposition Says As Police Boss Chihuri Fired

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition leaders and ordinary citizens received with joy news that Zimbabwe Republic Police Commissioner general Augustine Chihuri started his leave on the 15th of December pending his retirement from the service.

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition leaders and ordinary citizens received with joy news that Zimbabwe Republic Police Commissioner general Augustine Chihuri started his leave on the 15th of December pending his retirement from the service.

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Tough Road Ahead – New ANC Deputy President

[News24Wire] Attention is expected to shift to the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC) on Tuesday as the political party’s 54th National Elective Conference enters its fourth day.

[News24Wire] Attention is expected to shift to the ANC's national executive committee (NEC) on Tuesday as the political party's 54th National Elective Conference enters its fourth day.

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