Local Governance

  • SO YOUR FAVORITE CANDIDATE WON? HERE IS WHAT YOU SHOULD DO NEXT… 

    The political landscape in Africa, Zimbabwe in particular, is interesting. From the campaigns, the slogans, the regalia, the voting queues to the announcement of the results, there is no doubt that election season creates a lot of buzz, controversy and generates a lot of excitement in the nation. There is however a huge problem, what happens after we vote them…

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  • ALL SET FOR ZIMBABWE’S 2022 CENSUS 

    By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe will hold its national census this year amid revelations that much of the groundwork needed has been covered. The critical stage of field mapping for the 2022 National Population and Housing Census is now complete and equipment for the digital aspect of the census is now available. Zimstat Director for Demography and Social Statistics, Mr Aluwisio…

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  • CABINET MINISTERS SHOULD PERFORM EVEN BETTER IN 2022: PRESIDENT

    By Staff Reporter Zimbabwe’s Cabinet held its first meeting of 2022 today at Munhumutapa Building in the capital, with President Emmerson Mnangagwa giving the keynote address which touched on many aspects. President Mnangagwa said many successes were scored during the past four years of the Second Republic, as it seeks to improve the plight of the people of Zimbabwe. “Against…

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  • GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS FOR SENIOR OFFICIALS

    By Staff Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa says vision 2030 will only be achieved by hard work and dedication. The President said this at the signing ceremony of perfomance contracts for senior public officials for the year 2022 in Harare today. He said the signing of perfomance contracts is an opportunity for the public sector to constantly realign itself towards  high perfomance…

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  • PAY HIKE FOR CIVIL SERVANTS

    By Staff Reporter The Government has directed that civil servants be awarded a 20 percent local currency salary increment, backdated to January this year, coupled with US$100 per month in hard currency with effect from the 1st of next month. In a statement, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development said “This will be done through the conversion of a…

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  • ZEC LAUNCHES MASSIVE VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE 

    By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission ZEC today launched its drive for mobile voter registration in the country’s 210 constituencies. The drive is in preparation for the delimitation exercise as the country counts down to next year’s general elections. Speaking to journalists in Harare this morning, ZEC Chief Elections Officer, Utoile Silaigwana said the exercise will enable ZEC to…

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  • BY ELECTIONS: NOMINATION COURT SITS 

    By Staff Reporter The nomination court  sat today for six constituencies whose nominations were affected by a court order on Wednesday. In proclamation number 2 of 2022, President  Emmerson Mnangagwa extended the nomination process in the six constituencies, after it was confirmed that there are vacancies in the constituencies. In Harare, the rotten row magistrates court received nominations for Kambuzuma and Harare…

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  • SIX CONSTITUENCIES TO CANCEL BY ELECTIONS

    By Staff Reporter Six constituencies that were supposed to hold by-elections, will no longer proceed according to a court ruling. In a statement, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission chief elections officer Mr Utuwile-Silayi-Gwana said this follows a court order issued stating there was no vacancy in the constituencies. The constituencies are Nkulumane, Mbizo, Kambuzuma, Mutasa South, Phumula and Harare East. Mr Slayi-Gwana noted that the…

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  • HARARE ADOPTS SMART CITY CONCEPT

    By Staff Reporter The Harare Minister for Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Engineer Oliver Chidawu has announced the blueprint for Harare to attain smart city status. Engineer Chidawu said the demolition of illegal vending markets in Mbare and other areas such as Ruwa, Epworth and Chitungwiza are crucial in paving way for the re-opening of Mupedzanhamo flea market.  Harare has embraced…

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  • E-PASSPORT TO BE ISSUED FROM NEXT WEEK

    By Staff Reporter The E-Passport is here! Zimbabweans can now say goodbye to the age old passport challenges that had become a national headache for decades. The days of waking up at 3am to catch a long winding passport queue have come to an end and for Zimbabweans living in the diaspora it is a monumental development that brings so…

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