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Kubatana 14h
In this week's e:zine, we take a look at Zimbabwe's "dart board budget," hear some home truths from South Africa's International Relations Minister, & we share inspiration from Chivhu and beyond. And of course...all the jobs and opportunities! Get it here
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Kubatana 15h
Govt last week published a Bill seeking Parliament’s condonation for 4 years of unauthorised expenditure amounting to US$9.7bn. Why now? What happens now? explains what the ‘Financial Amendments Bill of 2019’ means.
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Kubatana 18h
The Embassy is fact checking the budget speech, and it's not looking good for the team over at . We're looking forward to your response,
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Gateway Zimbabwe Nov 18
Replying to @GatewayZimbabwe
Fellows will go on an 18 month journey to awaken personal & collective agency by using processes that foster healing, new connections and innovative leadership. These learnings, connections & skills will be used to generate smart initiatives for sustainable transformation.
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Gateway Zimbabwe Nov 18
The mission of Gateway Zimbabwe is to build and sustain healthy communities in order to reweave and enliven the social fabric of Zimbabwe. GZ has thus identified fellows from place based communities namely Arcturus, Chiadzwa, Chikukwa, Epworth and Lupane.
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Namatai Kwekweza🇿🇼 22h
Electoral and Institutional reforms are need to facillitate youth successfully running for office. Its not about a 10 seat offering. Youth want more.
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Kubatana 22h
France returns Omar Tall's sword to Senegal France has restored to Senegal a sabre that belonged to a 19th Century Islamic scholar & ruler, as part of a commitment to return key items of cultural heritage to its former West African colonies.
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Legal Resources Foundation Nov 18
2019 marks 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Tune in Iive on this Tuesday 19 Nov @ 10:45am as & discuss the CRC.
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Open Parly ZW Nov 18
Parliament is holding a post-budget seminar at Rainbow Towers (Harare) and we will be giving updates
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Open Parly ZW Nov 18
Replying to @SAPST @Wamagaisa and 3 others
Mugano: The 202 Budget Assumptions are unrealistic
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Open Parly ZW Nov 18
Mugano: Did the 2020 budget address the root causes of problems, It did not we are still importing things that we can produce locally
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Youth Forum Zimbabwe Nov 18
"Sanctions or Corruption, What Has Destroyed the Zimbabwe’s Economy" Town Hall Meeting at St Mary's Community Hall this coming Thursday
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Poverty Reduction Forum Trust Nov 18
Cost of living in Hatcliffe increased from ZWL$ 3 217.17 in September to ZWL$4 327.50 in October 2019 . For more reports and analysis click 👇
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National Gallery in Bulawayo Nov 18
INVITE: You're invited to the with Shamilla Asha, Danielle Ncube & Owen Maseko. TOPIC: Art form, medium and technique: The artistic journey of self-discovery DATE: 22 November TIME: 3pm at RT for awareness
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Kubatana Nov 18
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Poverty Reduction Forum Trust Nov 15
Average cost of living for Harare has rocketed from ZWL$3 262.26 in September to ZWL$4 307.16 in October 2019.For more BNB reports click 👉
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Poverty Reduction Forum Trust Nov 18
Cost of living in Epworth increased from ZWL$2 538.95 in September to ZWL$ 3 469.05 in October 2019.For more reports and analysis click👇
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Kubatana Nov 18
State of Corruption, Service Delivery and Mal-Administration at Gokwe Town Council - via
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Kubatana Nov 18
High Court Nullifies Suspension of College Students for "Beating Drums" - via
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Kubatana Nov 18
Replying to @TabaniMoyo
"Part of this is reforming antiquated legislation and opening up the political space. We are repealing AIPPA, replacing it with 3 new laws, consistent with the ethos of the new Zimbabwe" But these have been criticised for not being democratic and ignoring inputs.
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