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Moe Chanda
Journalist,Development Practitioner ...Books, Food,Art ,Travel, Wine 🍷 Politics ...and yes an adrenaline junkie😜 🇿🇲 🇿🇼 🇿🇦 🇹🇿 🇸🇴
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Moe Chanda 17m
Words are powerful ... .. Speak and Believe in the power of words .. 🙏
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Nick Mangwana 2h
Cabinet resolved that border posts will open in a phased way starting from the 1st of December 2020. The borders will open first to private passenger vehicles and pedestrians and after further assessments then to public passenger transport.
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Zimbabwe Agricultural Society 6h
is a 4-Day Show providing one-stop solutions for farmers and agribusiness players. The Show will consist of Agriculture, Mining & Information Technology exhibitors & two special Conferences focused on the Food Security Goal.
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Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting 50m
Replying to @InfoMinZW
According to the Constitution, the foreign policy of Zimbabwe must be based on the promotion & protection of the national interests of Zimbabwe; respect for international law; peaceful co-existence with other nations & the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means.
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Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting 50m
Replying to @InfoMinZW
It was noted that the current law does not criminalise the unauthorized communication or negotiation by private citizens with foreign governments.Such communication or negotiation has a direct or indirect implication on Zimbabwe’s foreign relations and policy
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Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting 2h
Curfew hours are being extended beyond the current 2000 hours to 2200 hours for the convenience of those who are cleared late at ports of entry.  This will be subject to gazetting.
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Moe Chanda 49m
The phased opening of SA-Zim border to private passenger vehicles beginning 1st Dec 2020
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Moe Chanda 50m
Criminal law amendments approved by cabinet..criminalise conduct of citizens who co-operate or who connive with hostile foreign governments to inflict suffering on Zimbabwean citizens and to cause damage to national interests
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Moe Chanda 58m
Replying to @CZiburawa
What do you mean
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Moe Chanda 59m
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Moe Chanda 1h
It's shocking the amount of "activity" I see on my way from work at night way past curfew
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Moe Chanda 1h
Opening of borders will be phased begining with Beitbridge ,Plumtree ,Vic Falls, Chirundu,Nyamapanda and Forbes. Border operating hours are being fixed between 06.00hrs and 18.00hrs until further assessment of situation
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Moe Chanda 1h
Post Cabinet Media Briefing LIVE on
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Moe Chanda 4h
Facebook, Twitter, Google and TikTok are bracing for potential U.S. election chaos via
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Moe Chanda 5h
Ladies, something for hair loss,woop woop ,I had a bad salon experience,messed with my hair line and been trying to get it to recover..will try this
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Moe Chanda 5h
If you missed this ... 5 deaths reported yesterday 26th October 2020 ... MTSRIP🙏 I feel many of us are now too relaxed about the pandemic.. meanwhile a second wave in other parts of the world
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Moe Chanda 5h
The comments under this thread ✍️...anyway we fight to be "included" so much and try so hard to make money to buy the Rolls but are not pushing to create more brands that are black owned ,or brands that are global that make people of colour stand out..I believe we CAN
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Moe Chanda 20h
October is the month of LOVE for 2020♥️♥️ my good friend did the deed,yes, 💪👏 proud of you mate & not to just any girl but a QUEEN 🔥🔥👌 Congratulations fam, Blessings on your union 🙏
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Classic263 Oct 26
Replying to @classic263
Fredrick Ndlovu elected Confederation of Africa Volleyball vice president and he tells us of his vision for Africa and the benefits to Zimbabwe.
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