Cyber Bullying Must Fall….

Hanganani Nleya As top ten prettiest girls in Bulawayo video sparks debate… As Zimbabweans continue to live under lockdown, demand for online user generated content has been on the increase as most viewers nowadays are seeking entertainment formats that they feel they identify with. Social media platforms have enabled the growth of user generated content […]

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Civil servants want USD salaries

Takudzwa Chihambakwe Civil servants are increasingly getting restless with their representative body, the Apex Council, calling on Government to consider paying salaries in United States Dollars. For some time now the civil servants have been pushing for their salaries to be pegged against the inter-bank rate. However, on Friday Apex Council secretary David Dzatsunga told […]

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Zimsec pushes exam dates

Ndakaziva Majaka THE June 2020 National Ordinary and Advanced Level examinations are set to start on Tuesday, June 30, the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council has said. Initially, the exams were supposed to be held from June 22 to July 22. However, Zimsec board chairperson, Professor Eddie Mwenje, said while ‘A’ Level examinations will end on […]

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Mutodi loses designer suits to thieves

ZTN Reporter ZIMBABWE’S former Deputy Information Minister Energy Mutodi lost valuables including 30 pairs of designer suits to thieves who broke into his Borrowdale home in Harare. Brothers Denver and Cosmos Zvomuya, Fidelis Martin Mandaza and Pardon Magombo broke into Mutodi’s house in April this year and made away with property worth US$11 000. They […]

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Gara Mumba train gathers steam

ZTN’s “Gara Mumba Iwe” musical shows are proving popular by the day. The performances that feature various musicians from diverse genres, including Zimdancehall, hip hop and Sungura among others, are an answer to entertainment-starved Zimbabweans due to the current lockdown as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The musicians are invited to the ZTN studios […]

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Zim looks to domestic tourism to revive sector

ZTN Correspondent Authorities in Zimbabwe have waived Value Added Tax (VAT) on domestic tourism to make services affordable to locals. This, they hope will stimulate domestic tourism and anchor recovery of the broader tourism and hospitality industry, which is reeling from the effects of Covid-19. Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu announced the waiver […]

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