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Zimbabwean journalist becomes first person to die of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe
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Zimbabwean journalist becomes first person to die of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

A 30-year-old Zimbabwean television journalist has died after contracting the highly-contagious coronavirus infection. Zororo Makamba who tested positive for the virus on Saturday become the first person to die in the country from Covid-19.

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       Zimbabwe Opposition Leaders Call For Dialogue
IMANI MEDIA|International News

Zimbabwe Opposition Leaders Call For Dialogue

Nelson Chamisa the Zimbabwean chief opposition leader has led a delegation of his team to seek dialogue worsening economic crisis witnessed in the country. Chamisa who lost in presintential election in July has accused President Mnagangwa Emmerson government of excessive borrowing of funds from foreign countries and lacking ideas to solve Zimbabwe economic problems.

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Zimbabwe Goes to the Polls
IMANI MEDIA|International News

Zimbabwe Goes to the Polls

Monday will go down in history as voters in Zimbabwe will be going to polls for their first election since President Robert Mugabe took over in 1988 as the first president of Zimbabwe.

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Youngest Legislator Arrested Over Incitement
IMANI MEDIA|National News

Youngest Legislator Arrested Over Incitement

Igembe South Member of Parliament was on Monday afternoon arrested over incitement allegations. John Paul Mwirigi was was arrested for allegedly mobilizing probox and motorcycle operators to defy and rise against the ongoing crackdown of motorists who have not complied wityh the Michuki rules that took effect from November 12.

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Yikpe passes Yanga medical tests
Imani|Sports

Yikpe passes Yanga medical tests

Gor Mahia striker Gislein Yikpe has passed his Yanga medical tests ahead of his unveiling matches.Information from a page run by Yanga fans has a picture of the Ivorian in a medical room undergoing his tests with the player expected to join his teammates in Mbeya ahead of their matches against Mbeya City and Tanzania Prisons.

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Wrong police rule to face the Law
Imani|National|News

Wrong police rule to face the Law

You are on your own. This is the message that the National Police Service, under pressure from public, civil society groups, religious and political leaders, is passing to its officers who were unlucky enough to be caught on camera brutalising Kenyans while enforcing the dusk-to-dawn curfew.

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Worms Infestation and solution
IMANI MEDIA|OPINION

Worms Infestation and solution

Over 93 million children around the world miss school because of high infestation of worms.

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World Health Organisation Confirms Ebola Case in Uganda
IMANI MEDIA: International News

World Health Organisation Confirms Ebola Case in Uganda

The people of Uganda woke up to crises as a child in Uganda has been tested positive for Ebola in the first cross-border case of the deadly disease since an outbreak from Congo in the previous year. It was not immediately clear how the family members of the boy were able to cross the border, where millions of the travelers have been monitored for Ebola since the outbreak began.

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World cup fever on!
IMANI MEDIA|Sports News

World cup fever on!

As Imani radio continues to bring you live world cup commentary, fans all over Africa have had their fair share of disappointment over the teams that have been granted the limelight to represent the continent in Russia.

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Workers Promised 5% Minimum Wage Increment
IMANI MEDIA|National News

Workers Promised 5% Minimum Wage Increment

The government has announced a minimum wage increment of five percent to all public servants. In his speech read by Labour Cabinet Secreatary Ukur Yattani during labour day celebrations that was marked on May 1, at Uhuru park in Nairobi, president Uhuru Kenyatta urged public servants to stop frequents stikes instead look for altenative methods to address their interest.

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Women Leaders Condemns the Act
IMANI MEDIA|National News

Women Leaders Condemns the Act

Women leaders have come out strongly to condemn the heinous act of Sharon Otieno’s murder. Speaking to the press on Wednesday, Migori Women Representative Pamela Odhiambo and her counterpart for Homabay Gladys Wanga said that they will be failing as women leaders if they do not condemn the act.

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Women Demand Breastfeeding Rights
IMANI MEDIA|National News

Women Demand Breastfeeding Rights

As the debate on whether women should breastfeed in the public or not goes viral on social media, the Kenya Federation of Women Lawyer FIDA has asked the government to come up with policies that will help lactating mothers to breast feed their babies without restriction in public places.

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