Zimbabwe slams Malema for Pres Mugabe utterances

The Zimbabwean government has castigated South African Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader, Julius Malema for his recent utterances calling President Robert Mugabe to step down.

Malema also labelled Zanu PF members as cowards who are afraid of telling the president to step down.

In a statement to the ZBC News, the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Dr Chris Mushohwe, said Zimbabweans view Malema as a loud-mouthed “Gucci”revolutionary who acquired the infamy of deserting and betraying politics of liberation as espoused by the ANC.

 
Civil servants bonus indaba set for tomorrow

Civil servants are pinning their hopes on a crunch meeting set for this Wednesday to decide on the 2016 annual bonuses amid indications that government is willing to engage civil service representatives on workable plans.


The meeting set for tomorrow between the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, officials from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, apex council and other stakeholders seeks to deliberate on the 2016 annual bonuses for civil servants.

 
Disaster for homes on wetlands

Urban councils by-laws were flouted by construction of houses in wetlands and the currently on-going heavy rains have been a rude awakening to residents as wetlands are 'fighting back' their destruction.


The majority of houses built on wetlands have seen water flooding inside, cracks appearing in some cases, moisture dampening house wares with some people complaining of smells while in some areas durawalls have collapsed.

 

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