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WHOLESALE prices of table eggs have increased by 57% over the past few years to $4,50 per tray in the first quarter of 2018, an official has said. ...
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THE European Union (EU) says it plans to deploy at least 140 observers for the July 30 elections, the largest contingent from the bloc in almost two decades. ...
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FINANCE deputy minister Terrence Mukupe continues to swim in debt with a local school joining the long list of institutions that have taken him to court over debts. The school, which could not be named to protect the minister’s minor children, filed its summons against Mukupe on June 18, claiming the minister owed $29 948 fees for his two children. ...
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THE Supreme Court yesterday dismissed an appeal filed by the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) and effectively barred the firm from entering all diamond concessions owned by Mbada Diamonds on behalf of its major shareholder, Grandwell Holdings in the Chiadzwa diamond fields. ...
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Arts & Culture

BULAWAYO contemporary musician Mzobanzi “Mzoe 7” Mlauzi has embarked on an expedition dubbed Ulimenemene Tour with Mzoe7, starting with his city Bulawayo before going around Zimbabwe. ...
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LOCAL investors must swiftly grab opportunities arising from President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s “Open for Business” mantra, before competitive foreign capital moves in to grab these opportunities, local businessman Shingi Munyeza has warned. ...
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Arts & Culture

MULTI-AWARD winning dancehall singer Winky D, will tomorrow headline a stellar line-up of performers who will provide entertainment at the Get Out & Vote campaign launch courtesy of the Election Resource Centre (ERC) and its partners at Overspill Shops in Epworth near Harare. ...
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Opinion & Editorials

THE more things change, the more they remain the same. Just when one thought the bootlicking era was well and truly over following the long overdue ouster of former president Robert Mugabe in November 2017, this week I came across two of the worst grovelling pieces I have ever read from both Zanu PF and MDC-T. ...
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THE late celebrated Zanla war commander Josiah Tongogara was killed by elements linked to former President Robert Mugabe for “openly” supporting his then PF-Zapu arch-nemesis Joshua Nkomo to lead the Patriotic Front (PF), opposition Zapu leader Dumiso Dabengwa has claimed. ...
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Opinion & Editorials

There are fewer and fewer outright dictatorships in Africa, but even as elections are held across the continent, still the same faces have occupied the same elected presidential offices year after year. ...
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POLICE said they have recovered 21 kilogrammes of gold worth nearly $1 million since January this year, with most of the recoveries made at the Beitbridge and Plumtree border posts as smugglers attempted to cross into neighbouring South Africa and Botswana. ...
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PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected in Bulawayo tomorrow where he is scheduled to tour several institutions, including the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo’s neglected Ekusileni Medical Centre, as he seeks to drum up support ahead of next month’s general elections. ...
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FIRST Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday said it was everyone’s responsibility to provide for disabled children and avoid discriminating against them. ...
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Business

An academic and researcher has said investors look at the calibre of CEOs and management team before considering to invest in particular companies. ...
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Last year, South African specialised financial services group, Alexander Forbes acquired African Actuarial Consultants (AAC) in what the company hopes will help it grow into a regional powerhouse in actuarial consultancy. NewsDay business reporter Tatira Zwinoira (ND) sat down with Alexander Forbes Group Holdings Limited chief executive officer Andrew Darfoor (AD) on their interest in Zimbabwe and the region. Below are excerpts of the interview. ...
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POLITICAL renegades from both the ruling Zanu PF party and opposition MDC Alliance have until 4pm today to withdraw their candidatures or face sanctions. ...
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RETIRED Anglican Bishop and civic rights activist, Sebastian Bakare has urged Zimbabweans to go out and vote in their numbers to register their anger at the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), which he accused of not coming out clean on the voters’ roll. ...
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Women in Zimbabwe are hoping for a political breakthrough in the forthcoming elections, despite a “hostile atmosphere” and “resistance” from male politicians. The election next month will be the first since the fall of Robert Mugabe, the 94-year-old who ruled for almost four decades, and is one of the most important in the country’s turbulent history. ...
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THREE armed robbers who targeted white commercial farmers in Mashonaland Central province, killing four of them, were on Wednesday sentenced to four death sentences each by High Court judge Justice Tawanda Chitapi. ...
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FORMER Energy and Power Development minister Samuel Undenge (62), who is accused of defaulting paying R226 805 maintenance, pleaded not guilty to the charges when he appeared before a Harare magistrate yesterday. ...
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PARLIAMENT has recommended the establishment of an Environment Commission by January next year to protect the environment, including wetlands. ...
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OPPOSITION MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has kept his disgruntled partners, who are demanding an urgent meeting to iron out differences relating to allocation of seats, on hold. ...
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Soccer Sport

Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu is satisfied with his club’s developmental programme and wants to continue giving younger players a chance to shine at the top. ...
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Arts & Culture

BULAWAYO visual artist Charles Dube has pledged to train upcoming mass display background art artists following the subject’s inclusion in the country’s new curriculum. ...
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A MEMBER of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe, Philip Bruce Caddick has sued his colleague an M G Pettican for more than $80 900 over false accusations of misconduct he levelled against him. ...
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TWO self-proclaimed Karoi prophets appeared at the Beitbridge Magistrates Court early this week charged with stealing a taxi cab which they later attempted to sell. ...
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POLICE in Kwekwe have nabbed five members of members of a notorious 11-member group of machete-wielding robbers linked to a spate of attacks recorded in the Midlands city over the past few months. ...
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BULAWAYO residents have refused to back down on their quest to have 24-hour service delivery at local clinics, saying primary healthcare was a right that they should access at any time. ...
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NEXT month’s election will trigger an intriguing political fight involving Kadoma’s two former mayors as well as the incumbent for the sole parliamentary ticket for Kadoma Central constituency. ...
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OPPOSITION parties and civil society groups have poked holes in the biometric voters’ roll released by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) this week, describing it as “fake” and a mere “list of names” lacking voters’ critical biometric data to make it a credible document. ...
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