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Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has taken a significant early lead in the presidential race, according to preliminary results released by the electoral commission on Friday morning. Mr Museveni ...
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BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWA SUSPENDED Harare mayor Jacob Mafume has been granted $40 000 bail. Mafume appeared before High Court judge Justice Benjamin Chikowero on allegations of attempting to ...
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Manicaland Provincial Affairs Minister Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba has died. Gwaradzimba succumbed to Covid 19 this morning. Manicaland Provincial Minister Dr Gwaradzimba has died‼️ Obituary (Thread) Manicaland Provincial Affairs ...
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BY ADMIRE JAMU-MLAMBO FORGOTTEN yesteryear sungura singer Rangarirai Sagombeto , who was part of R&K African Sounds, is set to end a 10-year sabbatical with the release of ...
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BY BUSINESS REPORTER ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange-listed cement maker Lafarge Cement yesterday said it had completed crucial test runs on a multi-million-dollar dry mortars plant, as work towards assembling ...
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BY RICHARD MUPONDE/ LORRAINE MUROMO/PHYLLIS MBANJE/HARRIET CHIKANDIWA ZIMBABWE’s COVID-19 dilemma is likely to escalate if serious precautions to prevent its further spread are not taken, with official statistics ...
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Opinion & Editorials
BY CLIFF CHIDUKU PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa marked his triumphal entry into the citadel of power in 2017 by declaring that he would open the country up for business, ...
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BY SHARON SIBINDI BULAWAYO arts sector through the National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe in the city is refusing to bow down to the second COVID-19-induced lockdown as it ...
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BY STAFF REPORTER A MAN from Mangwe district in Plumtree, who allegedly killed his parents in cold blood and set their bodies on fire inside a hut, on ...
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BY NIZBERT MOYO AN ex-Zipra cadre, Better Tshuma, has claimed that Edson Ncube, the caretaker of Castle Arms Motel in Bulawayo which is owned by ex-Zipra liberation fighters, ...
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Opinion & Editorials
THE move by the government to come up with a national COVID-19 vaccination policy or strategy to flatten the curve is a welcome development. According to acting Information, ...
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BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWA Chitungwiza Resident Trust (Chitrest) yesterday moved in to block Chitungwiza Council from executing random demolition of houses through their lawyers who demanded a report on ...
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by JAIROS SAUNYAMA THE Marondera Municipality yesterday allayed fears of a massive spread of COVID-19 emanating from Proton Bakeries headquarters in the dormitory town, saying that the situation ...
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BY STEPHEN CHADENGA Search efforts by the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s sub-aqua unit and the Gweru City Council to retrieve bodies of people swept away by a flooded river ...
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BY SILAS NKALA THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has expressed concern over the government’s failure to fulfill its pledge of providing cushioning allowances to the informal sector ...
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BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA A WRANGLE over the estate of one of Zimbabwe’s richest traditional leaders, Chief Nyamukoho (real name Samson Mapereke Katsande) has erupted between his children and ...
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BY PATRICIA SIBANDA BULAWAYO residents have criticised the city council for purchasing wrong valves for the rehabilitation of the Ncema and Fernhill Pump stations, which are pivotal for ...
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BY MOSES MATENGA HARARE provincial development co-ordinator (PDC) Tafadzwa Muguti has warned of more demolitions, adding that people must not accuse President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his ministers if ...
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Zimbabwe’s Health ministry invited tenders for the supply of oxygen to its medical facilities as the number of coronavirus infections surge. The request was made for hospitals already ...
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BY MOSES MATENGA /RICHARD MUPONDE/LORRAINE MUROMO/HARRIET CHIKANDIWA THE European Union has raised a red flag over the continued incarceration of journalists and opposition leaders in Zimbabwe, as well ...
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BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA INCARCERATED MDC Alliance vice-chairperson and Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala yesterday told the court that he had been arrested more than 65 times since 2000 ...
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BY KEVIN MAPASURE WARRIORS centre-back Alec Mudimu is pleased to have made the switch from the Moldovan top-flight to Turkey where he joined second tier side Ankaraspor. Mudimu ...
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BY KENNETH NYANGANI THERE was tension between members of the MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa and those of the Douglas Mwonzora-led MDC-T during the burial of a ...
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BY HENRY MHARA NATIONAL senior football team defender Patson Jaure is happy to be playing competitive football again after almost a year of inactivity and the Warriors can’t ...
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BY KENNETH NYANGANI THE Mutare City Council yesterday said it was not responsible for the areas that were hit by the flash floods in some parts of the ...
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GUEST COLUMN: BY LIVINGSTONE KAZIZI Increased reliance on cheap Chinese goods has, however, had detrimental effect on Africa. It is vivid that in the case of light consumer ...
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BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA A 33-YEAR-OLD man, who was employed as a data capture clerk at the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara), appeared in court on Wednesday for defrauding ...
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BY BUSINESS REPORTER THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has kick-started the hunt for a new commissioner-general to replace Faith Mazani, who will leave the tax collector at the ...
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BY TAURAI MANGUDHLA EX-FINANCE minister Tendai Biti will next week join leading economists and business leaders in a key discussion that will digest economic prospects for 2021. Titled ...
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Donald Trump has become the first president in US history to be impeached twice, after being charged with “incitement of insurrection” over last week’s deadly storming of Congress. ...
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