Africa Cup of Nations Postponed to 2022

ZTN Sports The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has moved the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) to January 2022, while cancelling the African Women’s Cup of Nations. The next edition of the biennial tournament has been postponed by 12 months, the Confederation of African Football (Caf) confirmed in their Executive Committee meeting Tuesday. Zimbabwe […]

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Zim mourns Biggie Zuze

ZTN Reporter  Zimbabweans have put their football club affiliations aside as they mourn Dynamos assistant coach Biggie Zuze. The 55 –year old Zuze died in Harare on Thursday after a short illness.  He was rushed to a medical facility at Highglen Shopping Complex in the morning after complaining of breathing difficulties before breathing his last […]

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Khupe recalls nine more MPs

ZTN Reporter The MDC faction led by Dr Thokozani Khupe has recalled nine more legislators from parliament. This brings to 13 the number of legislators recalled. The party’s Secretary General, Douglas Mwonzora wrote to Speaker of Parliament, Advocate Jacob Mudenda advising him to recall them. Those recalled are: Amos Chibaya (Mkoba) Gweru, Happymore Chidziva (Highfield), […]

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Zim Covid-19 deaths now at 6

ZTN Correspondent Zimbabwe has now recorded six Covid-19 deaths after two patients succumbed to the disease in Bulawayo and the Midlands. In its daily update, Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Health and Child Care said, “Today, we regret to report two (2) deaths. One is a facility death and the other is a community death; both females […]

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Zim to employ dual pricing system

ZTN Reporters THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has announced that the Foreign Exchange Auction Trading System will be operational with effect from 23 June. The development will see a dual pricing system becoming operational with businesses now required to display prices of goods and services in both local and foreign currency at the ruling market […]

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USD for Zim civil servants

Ndakaziva Majaka CIVIL servants in Zimbabwe are set to get a USD75 COVID-19 allowance over the next three months. They have also been awarded a 50 percent salary increment. The country’s Treasury on Wednesday also announced that pensioners will receive a flat, non-taxable, COVID-19 allowance of USD30 per month. “Government would therefore wish to advise […]

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