Zim leader hints at lock-down review

ZTN Correspondent ZIMBABWE’S President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said he will review the country’s lockdown conditions, in the wake of the continued exponential increase in Covid-19 cases.   President Mnangagwa told the Zanu PF Politburo that, “the recent rapid spike of infections requires that we make another review of the Covid-19 lockdown measures soon”.  On Thursday the […]

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Choto on failed Arsenal move

Mukudzei Chingwere Former Zimbabwe international defender Dickson Choto has opened up on a failed move to English Premier League heavyweights, Arsenal. Choto confirmed that he was tracked by scouts sent by former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger in 2007, but despite ‘impressing’ the move suffered a still birth because of an injury. Polish goalkeeper Lucasz Fabianski […]

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Zim Road Toll Fees Up 400 Percent

ZTN Correspondent Zimbabwe has increased road toll fees by 450 percent, with light vehicles now attracting ZW$45 from ZW$10. Mini-bus fees are ZW$70 from ZW$15; and ZW$90 will be charged for buses while heavy vehicle drivers will pay ZW$115 from ZW$25. Haulage truck fees are ZW$225 up from ZW$50. These fees are in Statutory Instrument […]

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Zim Health Minister Fired

ZTN Correspondent. Zimbabwe’s Minister of Health and Child Care, Obadiah Moyo has been fired from Cabinet. Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda announced Dr Moyo’s dismissal on Tuesday night. In a statement, Dr Sibanda said the Health Minister was “removed from office of Cabinet Minister with immediate effect for conduct inappropriate for […]

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Ngezi unfazed by Covid-19 impact

Mukudzei Chingwere Ngezi Platinum Stars coach Rodwell Dhlakama says their target of winning the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League championship title has not been affected by the Coronavirus lockdown. A raft of measures put in place to slow the spread of the virus has affected the game, and football authorities in Zimbabwe are yet to put […]

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Zim leader consoles Chamisa

ZTN Correspondent Zimbabwe ‘s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has consoled opposition leader Nelson Chamisa following the death of his mother. Chamisa’s mother died on Monday, and the cause of death was not immediately revealed. President Mnangagwa tweeted, “I was sad to hear of the passing of Ambuya Chamisa, the mother of Nelson Chamisa. Our thoughts and […]

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