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Senate passes ‘Patriot Bill’...Proposed law now awaits Presidential assent

“The Senate has passed the Patriotic Bill. The Bill will be sent for Presidential assent to become a law,” legislative watchdog Open Paly tweeted last night.
By Donald Nyandoro 2h ago

CCC activists caged 18 months

No medical affidavit was produced in court as evidence of the assault. And the Zanu PF T-shirt that was said to have been torn during the clashes was not presented as an exhibit. 
By Nqobizwe Thebe 3h ago

‘ZSE now a reflection of money supply dynamics’

“Looking at the ZSE, performance is likely to remain under pressure as money supply remains constrained,” the researchers said in a macro-economic update.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 3h ago

‘Govt must tighten plastic legislation’

“These policies alone, without commensurate awareness programmes, will not yield the intended results.
By Emma Nhancumba 3h ago

‘Slave wage’ protesters granted bail

Last Danga Muzondo (59), Dzimudzi Feremba (52) and Kholwani Tshuma  (50) were not asked to plead to charges of participating in a gathering with intent to promote public violence.
By Silas Nkala 3h ago

‘Yes I have HIV Zimbabwe’ launches on DStv’s Honey TV

Liz Dziva, MultiChoice Zimbabwe spokesperson, said the series called Yes I Have HIV Zimbabwe  launched on June 4 on DStv’s Honey Africa channel.
By DSTV 3h ago

Feature: Zim prisoner release triggers trauma from ‘Green Bombers’ years

In the country and its diaspora, the release of the latter group triggered speculation that the ruling Zanu PF will use the released prisoners to commit election-related violence.
By The Continent 3h ago

Indigenous food can liberate African countries from the foreign currency trap

Citizens are expected to buy wheat bread using incomes from other sources including selling small grains, indigenous fruits and tubers.
By Charles Dhewa 3h ago

Lack of reforms dooms polls

When Mnangagwa took over in 2017, he promised a new type of politics that is inclusive and touted as the panacea to the much-needed economic growth
By Newsday 3h ago