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A 49-YEAR-OLD Harare woman, who grew up being moved around from one mother to another, has obtained a court order compelling two women to undergo a DNA test to establish who her real mother is. ...

GOVERNMENT is going to withdraw operating licenses of shops that are profiteering and give them to “patriotic” people, Defence and War Veterans Welfare deputy minister Victor Matemadanda has said. ...

Zanu PF leadership and traditional leaders are marginalising rural dwellers in dire need of food aid by distributing handouts along partisan lines, the latest Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) report has revealed. ...

Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa’s housemaid was on Saturday taken to the Mutare Magistrates’ Court on allegations of stealing US$25 000 given to the Cabinet minister for safekeeping. ...

Local Government ministry officials have been implicated in the Karoi town council housing department rot after they reportedly stopped a resolution by policymakers to suspend director Sibongile Mujuruki pending investigations early this year, NewsDay has heard. ...

GWERU city fathers have rejected a deal put forward by the local authority’s management to channel over $200 000 from its coffers to pay a private company to complete rehabilitation of roads in the densely-populated suburb of Mkoba. ...

YOUTHS yesterday called for the auditing of the Zimbabwe Youth Council (ZYC), while others wanted it disbanded because it had become a politicised institution and a feeding trough for some politicians. ...

ZANU PF Mashonaland East provincial women’s league executive at the weekend fired their boss Nyarai Tsvuura over “misconduct” allegations. ...

BULAWAYO city fathers have resolved to engage the army to deal with artisanal miners working on Upper Ncema, threatening the ability of the dam to supply water to the city. ...

Zanu PF youths in Mashonaland East on Saturday expressed their displeasure to government after none of their members was hired in the recent teacher recruitment exercise by government. ...

ACTING President Kembo Mohadi has called on Zimbabweans to rebuild the national livestock herd, add value to raw materials and raise foreign currency by tapping into the export market. ...

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines will soon begin investigations into the gold sector, oneof the country’s strategic minerals when the august House resumes sitting mid-July, an official has said. ...

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THE opposition MDC says it is going to overthrow President Emmerson Mnangagwa before his term of office expires in 2023. ...

SHURUGWI South MP Edmond Mkaratigwa (Zanu PF) took over the chairmanship of the Mines Committee from vocal Norton MP Temba Mliswa, at a time when many people were wondering what would happen to one of the most pivotal committees in Parliament. ...

THE MDC has thrown its weight behind traditional leaders who are calling upon President Emmerson Mnangagwa to apologise over the 1980s Gukurahundi massacres. ...

MDC activist and Mashonaland Central province youth treasurer Thulani Mcumillan Ndlovu has called on government to channel more resources towards prisons, saying the current living conditions are appalling and harden convicts ...

POLICE in Mutawatawa, Mashonaland East, on Wednesday intercepted three trucks loaded with charcoal before arresting six men in connection with the case. ...

ZIMBABWE has been urged to adopt and accede to the United Nations Convention Against Torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment if the country is to be considered internationally as a nation upholding human rights which is pivotal in the international re-engagement process. ...

THERE was pandemonium at Shamva Primary School on Wednesday when angry parents besieged the school after their children had been sent back home due to water cuts. ...

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