Day: July 10, 2024

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President to Launch Gukurahundi Hearings

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will launch the Gukurahundi Community Hearings this Saturday, setting the tone for the national healing process. The hearings will be spearheaded by traditional leaders from the Matabeleland region, Midlands Province, and parts of Masvingo Province. The launch of the Gukurahundi Community Hearings marks the beginning of the promise made by President Mnangagwa […]

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Zimbabwe Faces Unfounded Attacks Ahead of SADC Summit

Elements opposed to Zimbabwe’s hosting of the SADC Summit, led by Zambian social media commentator Joseph Kalimbwe, persist in their attempts to discredit the country. Initially, they lobbied for a venue change, citing Zimbabwe’s alleged ‘fraudulent elections.’ Now, the Kalimbwe-led group falsely claims that the Zimbabwean government is downplaying the flu outbreak to avoid cancelling […]

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Zimbabwe Joins Global Efforts to Combat Climate Change at Windhoek Workshop

A delegation from the Zimbabwean Parliament, led by Honourable Jacob Francis Mudenda, Speaker of Parliament, is attending a climate change workshop in Windhoek, Namibia, from July 9th to 11th, 2024. The workshop, themed “Fostering Sustainable Futures: Integrating Climate Resilience in Southern Africa,” brings together esteemed presiding officers, members, and officials from regional parliaments, alongside international […]

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Government’s Vetting of Land Beneficiaries to Boost Agricultural Productivity

The Zimbabwean government has introduced strict vetting measures for land allocation to ensure that only capable and serious farmers are given land. This decision comes in response to issues of underutilization and abandonment of farms by some individuals who were allocated land under the country’s land reform program. The vetting process aims to verify the […]

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