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UZ in Covid-19 clinical trials

THE University of Zimbabwe (UZ) has developed a range of medical products using a local herb with antiviral properties, currently on clinical trials, to assist in the fight against the deadly coronavirus (Covid-19), the Daily News reports.

Khupe to meet MDC 2014 structures

MDC acting president Thokozani Khupe has agreed to hold a meeting of the party’s 2014 structures to consider the March Supreme Court ruling directing it to call for an extraordinary congress to choose a substantive leader.

Teachers oppose June exams dates

TEACHERS’ unions yesterday came out guns blazing, accusing the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (Zimsec) of prematurely declaring June examinations dates when the country is still battling to contain the spread  of Covid-19, the Daily…

Lawyers hike fees

THE Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) has set new fees for legal practitioners, which will see litigants forking out up to $17 500 an hour in order to get the assistance of a lawyer.

We are a junta govt — Mohadi  

©️ VICE PRESIDENT Kembo Mohadi yesterday admitted that the current administration led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa is a “junta” regime, appealing for patience from long-suffering Zimbabweans as the country’s economy has hit rock bottom.

D-Day for MDC legislators

HIGH Court judge Joseph Mafusire will on Monday rule on an application by two MDC Alliance legislators who are seeking an order barring the Thokozani Khupe-led MDC-T and Parliament speaker Jacob Mudenda from replacing them as lawmakers…

Mudenda law firm targeted

UNIDENTIFIED people on Monday evening painted the offices of a law firm belonging to Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda with threatening red graffiti, in a development that observers said was politically motivated.