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The nation is advised that HE President @edmnangagwa and his entire Cabinet had a successful interaction with the Presidential Advisory Council #PAC and Private Sector representatives
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There was general concensus that the economy was not only restructuring but also growing. Government was commended on the following achievements which were attained due to collaborative effort:
▪︎Projected year-end GDP growth of 7.8%
▪︎Reduction in inflation from 87% to 50% as at August 2021
▪︎Increased industry capacity utilisation from 47% to 60% on average as evidenced by demand for foreign currency on the auction market from USD11million in June 2020 to the current USD40-50 million per week.
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Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele briefing the media on the outcome of Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday #postcabinetbriefing
Cabinet has expressed concern on the safety of children with high incidences of kidnapping #postcabinetbriefing
Cabinet says is pleased that over 260 000 people vaccinated during the second Vooma Vaccination Weekend held countrywide from 12 to 14 November 2021 #postcabinetbriefing
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Covid-19 vaccination in Zimbabwe will commence on Thursday, 18 February 2021, on a voluntary basis.
Phase 1 : priority will be given to
- health workers
- health personnel in the Zimbabwe Republic Police, the Defence Forces, and the Prisons and Correctional Services.
- ZIMRA personnel
- Immigration and Agritex workers
- Persons who are over 60 years and other vulnerable groups
Phase 2 :
Phase 2 will encompass college and university lecturers and school teachers, while the rest of the population at low risk will be catered for under Phase 3.
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Cabinet considered and approved the amendments to the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act [Chapter 9 :23]. Image
The amendments will criminalise the conduct of isolated citizens or groups who, for self-gain co-operate or connive with hostile foreign governments to inflict suffering on Zimbabwean citizens and to cause damage to national interests.
Other actions that will become punishable include planned and timed protests deliberately designed to coincide with major international, continental or regional events or visits. Unsubstantiated claims of torture and abductions will also be criminalised.
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