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BREAKING: Mnangagwa retires Mariyawanda Nzuwah

CIVIL Service Commission (CSC) chairman, Mariyawanda Nzuwah has reportedly been retired after reaching the pensionable age of 65, NewsDay reported. Nzuwah was served with his retirement letter from the Office of the President last Friday and immediately replaced by his deputy, Mary Margaret Muchada in an acting capacity. Presidential spokesperson, George Charamba yesterday declined to comment on the issue and referred questions to chief secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda, who was not reachable. “I am not aware, and in any case, I cannot comment about my employer,”…

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Mugabe cash pension payouts suffers for opposing his successor

Former President Mr Robert Mugabe for years received his salary in cash, and has demanded that the same arrangement apply to his pension lump sum of nearly half a million dollars and monthly pension payments of over $13 000, The Sunday Mail can exclusively reveal. Documents in our possession show Mr Mugabe wants his pension lump sum of $467 200 and monthly pension of $13 333 in cash. The documents show Mr Mugabe had been getting monthly cash payments of $20 000 while still Head of State and Government, even…

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Migrate from old way of doing business, ambassadors told

The President Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa has implored Zimbabwe’s ambassadors abroad to send a uniform, unwavering and unequivocal voice that Zimbabwe is open for business. Addressing the country’s heads of missions at a reception at State House in Harare this afternoon, the President urged the ambassadors to migrate from the old way of doing business where some missions fail to submit reports of their activities in the foreign country from January to December. The 41 representatives of Zimbabwe abroad came together to hear from the President Cde Mnangagwa after spending…

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Chigumba new Zec boss

By Farayi Machamire High Court Judge Priscilla Chigumba will be sworn in as the new Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson after her appointment yesterday. Chigumba was informed of her appointment yesterday through a letter signed by Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda. Justice Priscilla Chigumba “His Excellency the president of Zimbabwe, having consulted with the Judicial Service Commission and the Committee on Standing Rules and Orders, has the pleasure to appoint you as the chairperson of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission with immediate effect. You will be sworn…

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Mnangagwa instructs all ministers to declare their assets and networth

The government has given senior public service officers until 28 February to declare their assets. In a statement to the ZBC News today, the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet, Dr Misheck Sibanda said those now mandated to declare assets are ministers, deputy ministers, heads of ministries, senior principal directors, board chairpersons and board members, chief executive officers of state enterprises, all chairpersons and members of constitutional commissions (both executive and independent, and chief executives of local authorities. “The declaration of assets document should contain the following: details of…

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