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“Whites did not train us how to run the economy”, cries VP Kembo Mohadi

Vice President, Kembo Mohadi, has blamed the country's former colonial rulers of not teaching native Zimbabweans to run the economy as the southern African nation battles a prolonged economic downturn. Addressing the ruling Zanu PF provincial structures in Gwanda, south-east of Bulawayo, Mohadi lamented the economic depression the country has gone

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First Lady takes Covid-19 awareness to rural San community

Zimbabwe’s marginalised San community in Makhulela, Thwayithwayi Village under Bulilima District is on the path to modernity despite the numerous challenges affecting the country. For many years, the San community faced shortages of healthcare facilities, lack of food due to poor rainfall, no funding for roads and infrastructural development and lack

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President Mnangagwa takes aim at banks for ‘stashing’ forex

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has accused commercial banks, which include Nedbank, Standard Bank and Standard Chartered – of “stashing” foreign currency for speculative street currency dealings, thereby fuelling high inflation through exchange rate distortions. Government is struggling for foreign currency and has been unable to pay for key imports such as fuel

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Douglas Mwonzora and Thokozani Khupe kick Nelson Chamisa out of Harvest House

Troops and armed police on Thursday night seized the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance’s headquarters in central Harare, before facilitating the building’s occupation by a rival faction, the party said. “In the dead of night, armed soldiers and police aided (Douglas) Mwonzora youths to forcibly enter Harvest House,” the MDC Alliance

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