ZANU PF: No Plans To Ban Women’s Trousers And Mini-skirts

ZANU PF national spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo has distanced the ruling party from messages circulating on social media platforms claiming that the party intends to ban women and girls from wearing mini-skirts and trousers in public places. News Flash is publishing Khaya Moyo’s statement issued late Sunday afternoon, below: The Revolutionary Party, ZANU-PF distances itself from circulating fake news saying the Party is lobbying or mooting for the disbandment of mini-skirts and trousers for women. The fake news whose origins has been traced to an NGO allied to the opposition…

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Mbuya Nehanda Statue Accident Is Fake News – Police

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has dismissed social media reports claiming that there was an accident at the statue of Mbuya Nehanda in central Harare on Saturday night. Social media platforms were yesterday awash with pictures of a metal structure that collapsed on vehicles purported to be that of the liberation icon. In a statement last night, national police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said the social media post is false. Asst Comm Nyathi said the police is investigating the origins of the fake social media post so that the…

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