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Strive Masiyiwa dangles offer to doctors in bid to break 3-month strike

Offer for doctors … Strive Masiyiwa and his wife Tsitsi Masiyiwa during the 23rd Opera Gala ( Festliche Operngala, Aidsgala ) at Deutsche Oper Berlin on November 5, 2016, in Berlin, Germany JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Telecoms tycoon Strive Masiyiwa will seek to break a three-month strike by Zimbabwean doctors by offering them an extra ZWL$5,000 (US$310) monthly, his foundation… Read More
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PHOTOS:Chamisa Visits Gringo In Hospital

MDC Alliance President Nelson Chamisa visited veteran actor Lazarus Boora commonly known as ‘Gringo’ who underwent an emergency operation this week after he raptured his appendix. Chamisa took the opportunity to pray with Gringo and shared the statement below on his Twitter account. Just visited & prayed with the talented Lazaraus Boora ‘Gringo’ who is undergoing treatment.Kudos to the CITI… 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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Entrepreneur scores big in SA

Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro ReporterSouth Africa based female entrepreneur, Themby Titsha, is making waves across the Limpopo after being nominated for Women in Finance awards. The awards ceremony will be held on November 2 in Sandton, courtesy of Woman of Stature Trust. Speaking from her base in Johannesburg, Themby said: “Nominations were based on recognised track record in respective field of… Read More
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Inspiring Kenyan born Peter Tabichi is World’s best Teacher at UN

The world’s best teacher, who hails Kenya, Peter Tabichi, is set to address the 74th United Nations General Assembly, which brings together world leaders from the organisation’s 193 members. Tabichi, who won the 2019 Global Teacher Prize in March this year, is a member of the St Franciscan Friars, a religious order founded by St Francis of Assisi in the… 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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Public Notice: Free eye (cataract) surgery in Chitungwiza

For those of you with relatives that needs eye surgery (cataract) please spread the news in your communities. It is free, nothing to pay. Do not waste this chance that is available once in a while. Help to spread the message even to your relatives in rural areas so that there can take advantage of this opportunity. Be the first… Read More
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A 15-Year-Old Inventor Made Cancer Detection Easier

Teenagers sometimes get a bad rap for their reputation as aimless and reckless kids. But young inventor Jack Andraka proved these negative stereotypes to be incorrect. A few years ago, at just the age of fifteen, he was able to impress the world with a medical invention that has the potential to save numerous lives, turning grief into a passion… Read More
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Video: Inspirational life lessons, watch

You can watch the video below and decide for yourself. We often hear stories of humans swooping in to save each other, but apparently, animals do this too. A viral video appears to show that the four legged inhabitants of Kruger National Park in South Africa are quick to defend one another when a predator is in their midst, but National… Read More