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“Unite for a better future”

The Chronicle Nduduzo Tshuma, political editorPRESIDENT Mnangagwa said yesterday that the country is on a new path to prosperity and is calling for a unified purpose among Zimbabweans as a better future depends on everyone. President Mnangagwa made his speech on the state of the nation when he virtually opened the third session of the ninth parliament in line with …

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The Compensation Treaty strengthens the reintegration of The Herald

The Herald Honor Chingwere Herald reporterThe Improvement Compensation Agreement signed between the government and white ex-commercial farmers has helped Zimbabwe’s efforts to reintegrate into the National Investment Promotion Plan based on improving and improving relations with other countries. The Foreign and International Trade Minister Dr. Sibusiso Moyo said yesterday that the main cause of the conflict between Zimbabwe and western …

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Tshinga Dube says Mnangagwa cannot repair the land

ZANU-PF’s unwavering Tshinga Dube has warned that the ugly factional and succession war plaguing the ruling party is frustrating President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s efforts to solve the country’s decades of political and economic challenges. In an exclusive interview with the Daily News yesterday, the former cabinet minister said it was imperative that the Zanu-PF bigwigs end their brawls in order to …

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JUST IN: Zimpapers is pushing for TV license

The Herald Honor the Lord Herald reporter The online streaming service of the diversified media group Zimbabwe Newspapers 1980 Ltd, Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN), has submitted certificates to the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Authority (BAZ) for review of a television license. Fourteen companies have applied for TV licenses, including ZTN, whose online streaming has already attracted interest from various sources. The group’s …

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The fight for control of MDC-T intensifies

Rival candidates have stepped up their campaigning ahead of the MDC-T Extraordinary Congress as the struggle for control of the party intensifies. Earlier this month, the Supreme Court gave MDC-T interim chairman Thokozani Khupe until November 30, 2020 to announce dates for the party’s extraordinary convention to elect new leaders. Among those vying for the top positions are Secretary General …

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By-election freeze legal, says Ziyambi

The indefinite suspension of the by-elections, scheduled for December 5, was constitutional as it was required by law and was in line with the country’s current health environment, legislators heard yesterday. Justice, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said it was important to note that Zimbabwe is still subject to Covid-19 restrictions, such as a night curfew and limit …

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Lawlessness as Harare City officials are selling land to city councils at an alarming rate

Harare City Council (HCC) chiefs could have scared off ZWL’s government with $ 12 million after selling acres of state land in the capital as illegal land parceling hit a new low. Zimbabwe has been stubbornly haunted by the challenges of increased housing demand, creating fertile soil for land barons to free desperate house-seekers from their hard-earned money. It is …

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Charumbira bail decision rolled over

Harare City Council planning chief Priscilla Charumbira appeared in court yesterday on charges of changing land use for open spaces and wetlands without following established procedures. Charumbira was criminally abused when she appeared before the Harare regional judge, Ms. Bianca Makwande. Prosecutor George Manokore requested her pre-trial detention before informing the court that he was also on bail. Charumbira’s attorney, …

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Political parties are all campaigning for by-elections

The political parties of Zimbabwe – Zanu-PF, MDC-Alliance and MDC-T – are campaigning for vacant parliamentary and municipal seats ahead of the expected by-elections. Zimbabwe’s electoral commission announced last month that by-elections would be held on December 5, 2020 to fill vacancies after MDC-T interim president Thokozani Khupe recalled 30 lawmakers and 80 councilors for standing up after a ruling …

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The agency rates Zim as the safest tourist destination in the world

The Herald Herald reporter The listing of Zimbabwe by the US travel and tourism agency Tourlane as the safest place in the world when countries reopen borders to international travel after Covid-19 restrictions reflects the peace and stability of the country and should help that the tourism sector is recovering quickly. A former Secretary of Defense and NATO security expert …

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