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In response to Shoot to kill: Muchinguri: Firstly, was poaching itself so rife as it is now as compared to the early 1980s and 90s? I strongly believe some of these activities are mostly fuelled by the current ...
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Popular South African musician, Hugh Masekela has died. He was 78. According the South Africa’s SABC news channel, Masekela, who was fighting prostate cancer and disclosed his ailment last December, died this morning. More details to follow. ...
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Acting MDC-T president Elias Mudzuri yesterday visited his party’s three incarcerated activists at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison, amid hope that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government would review and extend leniency on the trio’s fluid cases. ...
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GOVERNMENT has temporarily shelved plans to construct a $1 billion university in honour of former President Robert Mugabe as it was not a priority at the moment, a Cabinet minister has said. ...
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PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has fired principal director of State residences, Innocent Dzapasi Tizora, amid reports that more heads will roll within his office as the purge of former President Robert Mugabe’s aides continues. ...
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Soccer Sport

MIDFIELD maestro Tichaona Chipunza has joined Ngezi Platinum Stars after snubbing a contract renewal with Dynamos, as he becomes the latest high-profile player to leave the Harare football giants for the ambitious Mhondoro Ngezi team. ...
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BOXING promoter Clyde Musona has vowed to take the Zimbabwe National Boxing Control Board head-on following the cancellation of his licence over what he described as “frivolous and ridiculous charges.” ...
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Soccer Sport

ERNEST “Maphepha” Sibanda will have to wait until this evening to know whether he will be contesting the Highlanders chairman's post after the nomination court that sat yesterday to verify candidates for the upcoming elections said he had a pending matter with the board. ...
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Business

An association of Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) listed firms are seeking a meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to discuss constraints faced by the sector, where a number of players are failing to remit dividends to foreign shareholders. ...
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GOVERNMENT has placed Harare on high alert following reports that some of the mourners who attended a funeral in the cholera-hit Chegutu town last week were from the capital. ...
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TWO former Cabinet ministers, Walter Mzembi (Foreign Affairs) and Samuel Undenge (Energy and Power Development), yesterday had their cases of criminal abuse of public office further remanded to February 27 to allow the State to wrap up its investigations. ...
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LEGISLATORS yesterday grilled Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) chief executive officer Gloria Magombo over the price of Billy Rautenberg’s Green Fuel ethanol, which is 11 cents more expensive than the ethanol being produced by Triangle Limited. ...
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News ZIM TRANSITION

WOES continue to mount on retired Police Commissioner-General, Augustine Chihuri, who now faces a possible criminal case of abuse of office and corruption. ...
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ENERGY minister Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday told Parliament that more heads were set to roll at Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) over the $7 million Gwanda solar project which was awarded to businessman Wicknell Chivayo and was never implemented even though he was paid the full amount. ...
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THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has received air pollution monitoring equipment worth €9 552,40 donated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials ZIM TRANSITION

Compliments of the new season! As Zimbabwe welcomes the New Year it awakens to critical national questions, which questions are unavoidable, thrust upon the nation by the dictates of time and legal constitutional requirements. One is reminded of Shakespeare’s Hamlet when told by his father’s ghost to “revenge his foul and most unnatural murder”, the young Prince dilemma is dramatised in the famous soliloquy “To be or not to be, that is the question”. ...
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Zaka East Member of Parliament Samson Mukanduri has died. Zanu PF party officials in Masvingo said Mukanduri was found dead at his rural home in Chiromo village after complaining of high blood pressure. ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

IT is often said how you start a year affects how it ends. The same is for how one starts off in life. The early years are critical. Although these sayings are not absolute, it is wise for one to take a planned first step towards any adventure. ...
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Two new political parties launched in Bulawayo at the weekend have ruled out entering into coalition deals, with other opposition parties, describing the existing alliances as too loose to pose a serious challenge to the ruling Zanu PF party. ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

SOUTH Africa-based Zimbabwean actress, Rejoice Phaladi (pictured), has turned to music and fired her first shots with her debut single, Baddest Whines, featuring urban grooves sensation Rockford “Roki” Josphats. ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

DANCEHALL chanter, Guspy Warrior on Sunday said his preferred choice of music did not make him the black sheep of his family, which is renowned for gospel music, but it was purely a business decision. ...
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GWERU residents have petitioned Parliament to stop their local authority from installing prepaid water meters in the city. The petition, handed over by Gweru Residents’ Forum director Charles Mazorodze to the Local Government Parliamentary Portfolio Committee yesterday, said the prepaid water meters, if installed, would exclude many from accessing potable water, which, in turn, would expose them to waterborne diseases such as cholera and typhoid. ...
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Soccer Sport

THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) might have settled for former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers to take over the Sables coaching job after the South African was invited to help the national Under-20 team, who are preparing for a tournament that will be played in Nambia. ...
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THE Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) has urged government to prioritise financing water, sanitation and hygiene projects to curb the resurgence of fatal diseases such as cholera and typhoid. ...
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GOLFING sensation Scott Vincent had one of his worst performances in his rising career on the last day of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship presented by EGA at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club which finished on Sunday, producing an awful eight over par 80 in the final round for a four over par total. ...
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TWO companies — FarmGreen from South Korea and Agrilliance from Zimbabwe — are eyeing the agriculture sector in Manicaland. The two firms discussed with the Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Monica Mutsvangwa in two separate meetings in Mutare last week. ...
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A confirmed place in the final of a tournament is something new for Bangladesh, especially when they still have two group matches left to play. However, they should not be complacent taking on a side that is one win away from making it to the final. ...
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THE Civil Service Commission (CSC) is said to be forking out an unsustainable $2 million per annum in rental fees for the cash-strapped government. ...
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News ZIM TRANSITION

EMBATTLED former Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere is reportedly pleading with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to forgive him so he returns from his self-imposed exile, Zanu PF Manicaland chairman Mike Madiro has claimed. ...
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THE Transport and Infrastructural Development ministry is planning to introduce an electric train between Mutare and Harare in a move that is set to boost tourism in the Eastern Highlands. ...
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