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  • ND 23-10-19

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    Newsday Zimbabwe.

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  • ND 27-11-19

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    SENIOR doctors yesterday stopped offering emergency services at public hospitals and vowed not to return to work until government has reinstated their fired 448 juniors and improve their salaries. The Senior Hospital Doctors Association withdrew all its members from work at government health institutions, accusing government of bullying tactics.

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  • ND 13-12-19

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    PARLIAMENT business ground to an abrupt halt yesterday afternoon as opposition legislators protested ejection from their hotel rooms in Harare to pave way for Zanu PF delegates booked in the same facilities for the duration of their party conference in Goromonzi, 32km south-east of the capital. The ruling party conference, set to be officially opened today by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, closes on Saturday. Tempers flared in the afternoon when the National Assembly resumed committee stage debate on the Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Bill. The opposition MDC Alliance MPs refused to continue with the debate, shouting “no accommodation”, forcing the House to adjourn after sitting for only 30 minutes.

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  • ND 29-10-19

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    Newsday Zimbabwe

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  • ND 28-11-19

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    The Nelson Chamisa-led MDC says it is tired of the political stand-off in the country and of government using the police to crush opposition activities and is, therefore, planning to roll out fresh protests, a top party official has revealed.

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  • 18-09-19

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    TRADITIONAL leaders in Zvimba yesterday said they had pardoned those who removed former President Robert Mugabe from power through a military coup in November 2017 to foster national healing. Speaking during a church service at the late Mugabe’s home in Zvimba, Chief Chisora Chikamba said it was important to let bygones be bygones. “I want to thank Zanu PF, yes, there are things that happened, there are indeed bad apples, (but) yes, we forgive you,” he said.

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  • ND 16-12-19

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    THE land audit instituted by President Emmerson Mnangagwa has exposed vote-buying by the ruling Zanu PF party, with politicians illegally parcelling out State land in and around urban areas to lure voters. “The commission established with serious concern that most new residential estates on urban State land throughout the country have no services such as roads, water reticulation, sewer reticulation and amenities, yet these settlements are already occupied,” the report read.

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  • ND 01-11-19

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    FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube and his Labour ministry counterpart Sekai Nzenza are in a quandary as civil servants yesterday declared a massive demonstration next Wednesday over unfulfilled promises by government. The Apex Council leadership said yesterday they have had enough of unfulfilled promises by government on salary demands. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s broke government has repeatedly said it
    could not afford the demand while the International Monetary Fund warned that a civil servants’ salary hike would trigger inflation.

     

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  • ND 29-11-19

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    ZIMBABWE is on the verge of a major man-made famine characterised by partisan food distribution,
    repeated droughts and years of economic and financial decay that have left nearly eight million people, half of the population, food insecure, a United Nations official said yesterday. United Nations special rapporteur on
    the right to food, Hilal Elver, yesterday said most households in the country were now unable to obtain enough food to meet their basic needs, with the situation set to deteriorate in the coming months.

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  • 19-09-19

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    HIGH Court judge Justice Happius Zhou yesterday ruled that the 2% intermediated transaction tax imposed
    by Finance minister Mthuli Ncube under statutory instrument 205 of 2018 was illegal and unconstitutional, but the ruling may be largely academic. Pro-democracy activist Mfundo Mlilo, who was represented by MDC deputy president Tendai Biti, successfully challenged the legality of the tax. Ncube introduced the tax through SI 205 of 2018 on October 12 last year, which Mlilo argued was unconstitutional, as a minister could not amend an Act of Parliament through a statutory instrument. Ncube’s tax, he said, was made without the necessary amendments to the income tax laws.

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