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Olympic champion sprinter Yohan Blake of Jamaica has said he would rather miss the Tokyo Games than get the COVID-19 vaccine, although getting vaccinated will not be required ...
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LONDON — Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praised the team’s defensive display in Sunday’s Premier League goalless draw with Chelsea, but said his attacking players have room ...
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ZIMBABWE will be without several senior players in their away series against Afghanistan in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), but batsman Wesley Madhevere sees it as an opportunity ...
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Online Reporter  Vice President Kembo Mohadi has resigned. Kembo Mohadi becomes the first vice president to resign in the history of Zimbabwe. Mohadi’s resignation came after allegations that ...
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BY MOSES MATENGA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa eased Covid19 lockdown measures announcing that schools and universities must prepare to open while the informal sector, industry and small businesses are ...
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A successful company that is making profits has a number of options. It can reinvest those profits into the company to make new products, find more customers, build ...
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Multi-year agreement leveraging unparalleled flexibility of EUTELSAT KONNECT satellite Latest agreement in sub-Saharan Africa, highlighting the strong demand for internet services on the African continent Paris, February 1st, ...
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Approved Covid19 test centres
CABINET was recently informed that the country’s COVID-19 curve is showing a general downward trend since mid-January 2021. This was said at a post-Cabinet media briefing by Information ...
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CABINET was recently informed that the country’s COVID-19 curve is showing a general downward trend since mid-January 2021. This was said at a post-Cabinet media briefing by Information ...
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BY SHARON SIBINDI THE Media and Arts Zimbabwe (MAZ) in Bulawayo under the Sisters Next Generation programme has launched several initiatives that seek to empower women in the ...
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COVID-19 tests u-turn
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BY RICHARD MUPONDE/MIRIAM MANGWAYA ZIMBABWEANS have urged the government to ease COVID-19 restrictions today and allow churches, businesses and informal traders to operate, arguing that the latest two-month ...
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BY HENRY MHARA ASTON Villa manager Dean Smith was forced to explain why Marvelous Nakamba does not play regularly in the team after yet another top-class act from ...
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BY MTHANDAZO NYONI AUSTRALIAN Lithium miner, Prospect Resources, says it has deferred a planned takeover of Farvic Consolidated Mines’ equity stake in Arcadia mine to the end of ...
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BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA Human rights lawyers have criticised government for closing democratic space in the county to stifle the free operation of non-governmental organisations (NGOs). In a statement ...
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BY RICHARD MUPONDE AIR ZIMBABWE will resume flights between Harare and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, starting tomorrow in a move that has been welcomed by tourism players. The ...
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BY GARIKAI MAFIRAKUREVA LANDS and Agriculture minister Anxious Masuka has ordered members of the Joint Operations Command (JOC) to work together with sugar company Tongaat Hulett Zimbabwe to ...
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THERE has been a countrywide outcry over a poor pass rate in the recently released Grade 7 Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) results. Academics are predicting a similar ...
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Opinion & Editorials
ZIMBABWE’S record on the human rights front has never been great under the Zanu PF regime, be it under the late former President Robert Mugabe or under its ...
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Opinion & Editorials
By Peter Makwanya Wails from a soul deflowered pierce the poisoned skies, Mourning her innocence lost, looted and traded, Her nudity impaired and exposed, who will clothe the ...
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BY NQOBANI NDLOVU UMZINGWANE legislator Levi Mayihlome has urged youths in the district to venture into gold mining instead of crying foul when outsiders seize opportunities. The district ...
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BY TAPIWA GOMO It is almost 12 months now since the world went into a COVID-19-induced global lockdown as the coronavirus was first detected in China in December ...
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BY STAFF WRITER MAGWEGWE High School in Bulawayo is facing serious water problems amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Parliament was told last Thursday. The issue was revealed by the ...
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By NQOBANI NDLOVU BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) has received an unsolicited bid from a local engineering firm for a joint venture project to set up a solar farm ...
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As the COVID-19 pandemic keeps closing down businesses and leaving people jobless, new survival strategies in Zimbabwe are offering a silver lining. Solomon Gumunyu owns Kitchen Boutique, a ...
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BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE THE High Court has dismissed an application filed by Probadek Investments to stop Redwing Mining Company from cancelling a mining contract between the two parties. ...
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BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A HARARE man was on Saturday arraigned before a magistrate facing a fraud charge involving US$4 million after he allegedly manufactured fake documents to change ...
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BY MTHANDAZO NYONI ADVISORY firm, IH Securities (IH) says Zimbabwe’s inflation will continue decelerating this year, although the economy will remain under pressure. In its latest macro-economic update, ...
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BY PHYLLIS MBANJE ALPHA Media Holdings (AMH) will this week hold a COVID-19 health summit to tackle sticky issues of how the global pandemic can be contained. The ...
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BY KIMBERLY KARIATI AT the heart of every nation lies culture and ethnicity which tend to influence the people’s food, lifestyle and fashion choices. Local young fashion designers ...
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BY STAFF WRITER THE Local Government ministry was last week grilled in Parliament over funds allocated towards devolution, which legislators said were yet to be released from the ...
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