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Why you should not charge your cellphone overnight

Are you in the habit of charging your phone overnight? you probably should reconsider. This follows research that shows that by doing so, you automatically reduce your battery’s lifespan. This then means that it will only be a short while before you have to reach into your pocket and fork out money for a new device. ”Batteries in mobile devices are in… Read More
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Doctors mock Health Minister Moyo’s threats to fire them, vow to reach day 100

JUNIOR doctors, on strike for the past 36 days have ridiculed Health Minister Obadiah Moyo’s threats to fire them if they do not return to work, further accusing government of breaching its own contract with them. Speaking during a demonstration at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals on Monday soon after Moyo’s ultimatum had lapsed Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) treasurer general… Read More
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Mliswa extends begging bowel to Chivayo

NORTON Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa on Friday appealed to businessman Wicknell Chivayo to give back to one of Norton’s primary schools. The MP, who is well known in his constituency for working with local schools, could not hide his concern for Dudley Hall Primary School, appealing for assistance to the businessman on behalf of his constituency. “I came across this… Read More
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MSU for low IQ students and Zanu PF youth league ‘full of crap’:Mutodi

‘Minister Mutodi must apologise to the Chancellor of MSU President Emmerson Mnangagwa’ ‘Minister Mutodi must apologise to the Chancellor of MSU President Emmerson Mnangagwa’ Twitter controversy … Energy Mutodi mocked MSU and picked up a row with the Zanu PF youth league HARARE – A minister has sparked outrage after mocking Midlands State University (MSU) by suggesting it enrols students… Read More
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Harvard University denies appointing Auxillia Mnangagwa its ambassador

‘The Global Health Catalyst is not affiliated with Harvard Medical School nor Harvard University’ Never happened … Harvard University says an institute that bestowed honour on Auxillia Mnangagwa not an affiliate JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Harvard University has denied appointing Zimbabwe’s first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa as an honorary health ambassador. It was widely reported last week that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s… Read More
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Zimbabwe First Lady honoured by Harvard University for philanthropic work

Top American institute of higher learning, Harvard University has honoured the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa for her philanthropic work and championing the fight against cancer. The University has appointed the first lady as an Honorary Ambassador of the Harvard global health catalyst. Havard University is one of the most reputable Universities in the World with its history, influence, wealth,… Read More
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