News RoundUp: Important Stories You Might Have Missed 04 May 2020
Here is a summary of important stories you might have missed over the weekend:
Zimbabwe Reportedly Deployed Troops To Mozambique To Fifht Islamic Insurgents – Alex Magaisa
Zimbabwe reportedly deployed troops to Northern Mozambique to fifth Islamic insurgence in the region according to law guru Alex Magaisa
Deployment of Troops To Mozambique, Illegal, Costly& Foolish – Biti
MDC Vice President Tendai Biti blasted the government after reports started circulating on social media that Zimbabwe sent troops to Mozambique, and said the move was illegal costly and foolish for a broke government like Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe has Not Deployed Troops To Mozambique – Mangwana
Nick Mangwana posted a one-line statement on Twitter and said troops were not deployed to Mozambique.
‘It’s Not Fair That Lecturers Earn $27 000 While Teachers Get $3 000’
While called for USD indexed salaries PTUZ Secretary-General Raymond Majogwe said it was not fair for a lecturer to get $27K while Teachers get $3k
Telecel Cuts Its Employees’ Salaries To ZW$800
Some Telecel employees are reportedly taking home $800 after a month’s hard work.
A Group Of Bulawayo Informal Traders Resist Relocation
A group of informal traders in Bulawayo have reportedly resisted relocation by the city to another location as they said they will lose their customers.
ZIMRA Closes Office After Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus
ZIMRA closes Bulawayo office after a male employee tested positive for the virus. All 52 employees at the Bulawayo office were put in self-isolation
Beitbridge Isolation Facilities Almost Ready To House Returnees
The government announces that the facility that will be used to house returnees from South Africa for the mandatory 14 days is now ready to be used to quarantine returning residents.
“ZANU PF Cannot Be Reformed From Within Or From Outside,” – Jonathan Moyo
Ecocash Starts Blocking Agent Lines Used For “Illegal Forex Dealing”