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Unknown side of food processing, value addition in African countries

The assumption is that investing in food processing and value addition will lift people out of poverty and create local employment.
By Charles Dhewa Nov. 4, 2022

Police attend Zanu PF ideology school

The Constitution prohibits traditional leaders from being members of any political party, participating in partisan politics or acting in a partisan manner.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Nov. 4, 2022

Support poultry farming, govt urged

Cunningham, who is also the director of Sondelani Ranching, says poultry production can be a game-changer for the economy.
By Nizbert Moyo Oct. 31, 2022

Byo council moots system upgrade

Ndimande said he was granted authority to negotiate with Training and Advisory Services (TAS) for training, which could take four years up to May 31, 2025.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 6, 2022

Liverpool starlet Mabaya tipped to crack first-team

The 17-year-old England-born starlet is among 11 Liverpool Academy players that trained with the Liverpool first-team squad at the AXA Training Centre last week.

By The NewsDay Jul. 10, 2022

Liverpool starlet Mabaya tipped to crack first-team

The 17-year-old England-born starlet is among 11 Liverpool Academy players that trained with the Liverpool first-team squad at the AXA Training Centre last week.

By The NewsDay Jul. 10, 2022

Ex fighters vetting mired in controversy

Non-combatants including ex-political prisoners, detainees, restrictees and war collaborators were vetted recently to be eligible for government monthly gratuities for their role during the armed struggle.

By The NewsDay May. 15, 2022

Ex fighters vetting mired in controversy

Non-combatants including ex-political prisoners, detainees, restrictees and war collaborators were vetted recently to be eligible for government monthly gratuities for their role during the armed struggle.

By The NewsDay May. 15, 2022

Sulu’s fans donate to Chegutu school

A group of Sulu’s fans under the banner Orchestra Dendera Kings Fan Club have not only supported the musician, but the needy in society.

By The NewsDay Apr. 19, 2022