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The government of Zimbabwe says Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Retired Lieutenant General Sibusiso Moyo is in hospital where doctors are expected “to do a small procedure on him today.” Moyo, who announced the military intervention ...Minister SB Moyo HospitalisedSB Moyo alive and stableBREAKING: Minister of Foreign Affairs SB Moyo 'hospitalised'
Professor Mthuli Ncube, a visiting Professor at the University of Oxford and holder of a PhD in Economics (Mathematical Finance) from Cambridge University, has taken his talents to his troubled nation, Zimbabwe, where he will serve as Minister of Finance.U-turn on bond notes gets thumbs upWomen key in achieving Vision 2030 — GovtAnother suspect arrested for tragic Zimbabwe poll protests
Sekuru Banda visited Glenview Poly Clinic and Tichagarika area where the Cholera epidemic was initially recorded and claimed many lives. At the Clinic, Sekuru Banda mingled with the nursing staff and visited the cholera quarantine tents stationed at Strive Masiyiwa rings ED Mnangagwa from Ethiopia
Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent THE ramp is set for the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) finale being held tomorrow evening at the Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel car park. A bevy of 21 beauties who are already in Bulawayo will vie to take over from ...Miss Tourism Zim ready to roar in Bulawayo
Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter Home Affairs Minister Ambassador Cain Mathema has urged members of the public to heed Government directives to end vending in central business districts countrywide to curb the spread of cholera. More than 31 ...Crackdown On Drunken Driving Intensifies
Zimbabwe's capital city, Harare turned into a war zone as police fired teargas to disperse vendors who intern retaliated by pelting stones yesterday morning. People are feared to have been seriously injured during the clashes. Passersby who were doing Police fight running battles with vendors in central Harare