President swears-in Gender Commission

President Robert Mugabe has sworn in a 9-member Gender Commission as stipulated by Section 245 of the constitution of Zimbabwe.


The Gender Commission will be chaired by Mrs Margaret Sangarwe-Mukahanana the former permanent secretary in the then Ministry of Environment and Tourism.

 

Other members of the commission are Dr Nyepudzai Nyangulu, Mrs Sibongile Mauye nee Chambakale, Ms Naomi Chimbetete, Mr Obert Matshalaga, Mr Victor Nkiwane, Dr Paul Kadzima, Mr Peter Mawonera, Chief Chikwizo and Mrs Tsungirirai Hungwe.

 
Min. Dinha arrested for extortion

Mashonaland Central Provincial Minister of State, Advocate Martin Dinha has been arrested on allegations of criminal abuse of duty as a public officer.

 
Zim-Britain relations thaw

Zimbabwe and Britain’s bilateral relations appear to be on the mend, but Harare maintains the onus is on London to ensure relations are normalised.

 

Japan extends invite to President Mugabe

Japan extends invite to President Mugabe

Mr Kuzuyuke Nakane, a special envoy of the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, has delivered a special message to President Robert Mugabe inviting him on a state visit to his country.

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Don't rush to studio, artists urged

South African top gospel musician, Hlengiwe Mhlaba has urged young gospel artists not to rush to recording studios before they perfect their work.

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Al-Shabaab take over AU base

Reports say fighters from the Al-Shabaab militant islamist group have overrun an African Union military base in southern Somalia, inflicting heavy casualties.

 

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Zim increases exports to Sweden

Horticultural products worth US$1,3 million were exported to Sweden last year, with local players expressing the country's potential to increase exports to the European Union (EU) market this year.

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SADC revises vulnerable children plan

The Southern African Development Community has embarked on the process of reviewing the Orphans and Vulnerable Children and Youth Strategic Plan with a view to strengthen interventions in improving th...

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Mafu's job not safe: Gumede

Mafu's job not safe: Gumede

Highlanders coach Bongani Mafu’s job continues to be on the line with the club’s executive saying they are not pleased with the team’s performance.

 

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Gomwe convicted

Former Zanu PF Harare Province Youth Chairman, Godwin Gomwe has been convicted of criminal insult and contravening the Postal and Telecommunications Act.

He is alleged to have insulted a 52-year-old wo...

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The history of Heroes Day

The history of Heroes Day

On Monday the 10 th of August, the nation will honour the sacrifices made by the living and fallen heroes in an effort to liberate the country from colonialism.

 

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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