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  • Locusts invade Chilonga

    Source: Locusts invade Chilonga | Newsday (News) BY VANESSA GONYE VILLAGERS in the Chilonga area of Chiredzi have said that their small grain crops have been ravaged by locusts, leaving very little to fall back on. This development adds to their woes after government recently announced plans to set up…

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  • Small scale millers want access to more grain

    Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Small-scale milling companies have called on Government to allow them make weekly payments for their monthly grain allocations from the Grain Marketing Board to enable them stay in business. Through the Small Scale Millers Association of Zimbabwe (SMMAZ), the millers said the position where they are…

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  • $5bn allocated to housing for low income earners

    Rumbidzayi ZinyukeSenior ReporterGovernment has restructured the national housing development strategy to prioritise affordable housing for low income earners with the $5 billion released by Treasury set to be channelled towards the initiative. National Housing and Social Amenities Minister Daniel Garwe said the move to focus on social housing was on…

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  • Chivayo’s multi-million-dollar solar project on the rocks 

    Source: Chivayo’s multi-million-dollar solar project on the rocks – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MOSES MATENGA THE Supreme Court has overturned a High Court ruling and effectively cleared the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) to cancel a multi-million-dollar solar tender awarded to businessman Wicknell Chivayo and his Intratrek Company. Chivayo was awarded a…

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  • Harare Poly bars students with fees arrears from writing exams 

    Source: Harare Poly bars students with fees arrears from writing exams – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY TATENDA SQUARE DOZENS of Harare Polytechnic students due to sit for examinations were left stranded yesterday after being locked out of the premises over non-payment of fees. “The security at the gate is not allowing…

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  • Judge postpones Chiwenga divorce proceedings

    Source: Judge postpones Chiwenga divorce proceedings – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE THE divorce hearing of Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga and his estranged wife, Marry Mubaiwa which was scheduled to start yesterday has been postponed to July 5 after the court adjudged that Mubaiwa was ill. Mubaiwa is battling lymphedema and…

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  • Fresh challenge to Mwonzora presidency

    Source: Fresh challenge to Mwonzora presidency | Newsday (News) BY BLESSED MHLANGA EMBATTLED MDC-T leader Douglas Mwonzora’s presidency faces a new threat after the party’s  United States provincial leadership yesterday resolved to challenge his election in court. US MDC-T provincial chairman Den Moyo yesterday said the province had already set…

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  • 3 drown as boat capsizes

    Source: 3 drown as boat capsizes | Newsday (News) BY OBERT SIAMILANDU A WOMAN and her two children drowned yesterday in Lake Kariba on the north eastern side of Binga after a wooden dinghy boat they were travelling in capsized. Binga district development coordinator Farai Marinyane confirmed the accident yesterday,…

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  • SA Home Affairs secures interdict against striking undertakers

    Source: SA Home Affairs secures interdict against striking undertakers | Herald Africa Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau South Africa’s Home Affairs Department (DHA) has secured a court interdict against members of the Unification Task Team (UTT), mostly undertaker and funeral parlour owners accused of interfering with operations at the organisation. The…

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  • Dealer in court over $7,8m cocaine

    Source: Dealer in court over $7,8m cocaine | Herald (Africa) Prosper Dembedza Court Correspondent A suspected foreign drug dealer who was caught with a contraband of cocaine valued at $7,8 million before swallowing 60 plastic balls of the drug has been further remanded in custody to May 14 to allow…

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  • Championing Gender Equality in Sports

    With the announcement of the Women’s Rugby Advisory Committee (WRAC) and sub-committees, Rugby Africa has reaffirmed their commitment to gender equality. The task of WRAC and its sub committees is to identify key performance measures that demonstrate progress in the advancement of women in rugby across Africa in order to…

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  • Zanu PF has embarked on agenda to destroy the constitution: MDC 

    The opposition MDC Alliance believes the recall of their Members of Parliament (MPs) was part of a plan by Zanu-PF to railroad amendments to the country’s constitution through parliament without any resistance from the opposition. More than 30 MDC Alliance MPs led by Nelson Chamisa were recalled from parliament by the MDC-T…

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  • JUST IN: High Court settles Tsholotsho hunting dispute

    Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Court Reporter THE High Court has nullified the decision by the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (PRAZ) to review the procurement proceedings emanating from the disputed elephant hunting concession tender awarded to Matupula Hunters by Tsholotsho Rural District Council two years ago. The ruling by Bulawayo High…

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  • Attempt to extend Chief Justice’s tenure challenged

    The Forum’s Executive Director, Dr Musa Kika has approached the High Court on an urgent basis seeking to bar the extension of the term of office of the outgoing Chief Justice Luke Malaba, under the recently passed Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Act which was signed into law by…

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  • Chief Justice Malaba must go: Harare lawyer

    Chief Justice Luke Malaba, who reaches the judges’ retirement age of 70 this Saturday should not remain in office beyond that day, says a Harare lawyer, Musa Kika, who has since filed an urgent court application seeking an order barring the incumbent from holding the office after May 15. This is,…

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  • What is the Best Forex Platform?

    Forex traders can make money 24 hours a day from any location. They are not tethered to laptops — access in South Africa is flexible. Powerful software ensures freedom of movement and convenience of analysis. An efficient Forex platform will meet all of your needs from research to execution. But…

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  • Mugabe snubbed Kazungula over ‘donor influence’: Charamba

    Source: Mugabe snubbed Kazungula over ‘donor influence’: Charamba – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MOSES MATENGA ZIMBABWE is set to join Zambia and Botswana in the Kazungula Bridge project after the late former President Robert Mugabe’s government snubbed the project due to “donor influence”. President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday joined his other Sadc…

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  • Govt ready to open up airwaves: Mutsvangwa

    Source: Govt ready to open up airwaves: Mutsvangwa – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY LORRAINE MUROMO Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa yesterday said government was ready to further open up the airwaves and ensure a democratic media which operated without fear of harassment. Mutsvangwa said this in Harare at an Alpha Media Holdings…

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  • Sadc’s US$260m unifier…Kazungula bridge to enhance regional integration 

    President Mnangagwa and his counterparts Presidents Edgar Lungu of Zambia, Felix Tshisekedi (DRC), Mokgweetsi Masisi (Botswana), Filipe Nyusi (Mozambique), Namibian Vice President Dr Nangolo Mbumba and Eswatini acting Prime Minister Senator Themba Masuku pose for a photo at the Kazungula Bridge.-Pictures: Presidential Photographer Joseph Nyadzayo Fungi Kwaramba recently  in KAZUNGULA, Botswana…

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  • GMB identifies grain collection points 

    Elita Chikwati Agriculture Reporter The Grain Marketing Board (GMB) has identified 1 349 grain collection points, with traditional leaders now working with the board and Agritex to identify more. GMB is the national granary with a mandate to receive, store and distribute grain to millers, the Department of Social Welfare…

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  • Zimbabwe to be part of Kazungula Bridge – President Mnangagwa

    Fungi Kwaramba in Kazungula Zambia President Mnangagwa has described the commissioning of the Kazungula Bridge as historic saying Zimbabwe will in the fullness of time be part of the project. Speaking at the official opening of the Kazungula Bridge in Zambia, the President said Zimbabwe is committed to be part…

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  • Would you like to win a FREE COPY of Then a Wind Blew? 

    COMPETITION Source: Would you like to win a FREE COPY of Then a Wind Blew? – The Zimbabwean All you have to do is: Watch this YouTube video on the book, at: https://youtu.be/WclsQb6Ej8U Answer the four questions below Then send your answers via email to mbanga@thezico.uk This competition runs from today until…

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  • Zimbabwe part of the Kazungula rail-road bridge Masisi

    Source: Zimbabwe part of the Kazungula rail-road bridge Masisi | Herald Africa Fungi Kwaramba in Kazungula, ZambiaBotswana President Masisi has revealed that Zimbabwe is now part of the multi-million Kazungula rail-road bridge. Speaking at the official opening of the state of the art bridge, which also includes a one stop…

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  • Hwange residents clash with Zinwa over water disconnections

    Source: Hwange residents clash with Zinwa over water disconnections – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY SILAS NKALA HWANGE residents have clashed with the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) over water disconnections to residents with outstanding debts. Zinwa also disconnected water to companies in the coal-mining town in an effort to recover over$2…

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  • Factional war erupts in MLF after leadership dissolution 

    Source: Factional war erupts in MLF after leadership dissolution – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY SILAS NKALA A BITTER factional war has erupted in the Mthwakazi Liberation Front (MLF) secessionist party after the dissolution of the executive pending an elective congress. Last week, interim party spokesperson Ndabezinhle Fuyane announced that all MLF…

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  • Zanu PF, MDC Alliance speak on ANC chaos

    Source: Zanu PF, MDC Alliance speak on ANC chaos – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MOSES MATENGA/RICHARD MUPONDE  Zanu PF yesterday said it would not interfere in the internal fights of South Africa’s ruling party and fellow liberation movement, African National Congress (ANC). ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule was last week suspended by…

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  • Zim majority lacks access to mental health

    Source: Zim majority lacks access to mental health – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY STAFF REPORTER A MAJORITY of Zimbabweans do not have access to mental health services as the country only has 20 registered clinical psychologists and nine mental health institutions to cater for its over 14 million population. This was…

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  • 8m people in need of assistance: Unicef

    Source: 8m people in need of assistance: Unicef – NewsDay Zimbabwe By SAMANTHA SIBANDA ZIMBABWE has an estimated 7,9 million people, including 4,1 million children, that are in need of urgent life-saving health services and humanitarian assistance due to multiple hazards brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. This was revealed…

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  • Mutare chamber secretary rejects stand offer

    Source: Mutare chamber secretary rejects stand offer – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY KENNETH NYANGANI FORMER Mutare City Council chamber secretary Cephas Vuta has rejected a stand offer from the local municipality claiming that it was too small after other senior managers allegedly got bigger stands in leafy suburbs in the town.…

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  • Diaspora Vote Will Guarantee Free Polls In Zimbabwe – Maimane 

    Former Leader of The Opposition in South Africa, Mmusi Maimane said the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is faced with crises in Mozambique and Zimbabwe which regional countries should tackle as a matter of urgency. Source: Diaspora Vote Will Guarantee Free Polls In Zimbabwe – Maimane – The Zimbabwean…

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  • We’re still waiting for police update: Makore 

    Source: We’re still waiting for police update: Makore – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA The family of the slain Murewa boy, Tapiwa Makore, says it is still waiting to hear from the police on the progress made in searching for their son’s head. Tapiwa was allegedly murdered in September last…

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  • Boost for Agric as firm designs centre pivot irrigation system 

    Source: Boost for Agric as firm designs centre pivot irrigation system – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY THOMAS CHIDAMBA A LOCAL engineering company has developed a state-of-the-art water powered centre pivot irrigation system to help more farmers access affordable equipment and mitigate climate change effects. In an interview with NewsDay, Mightyflow Irrigation technical…

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  • ‘Zanu PF policies attractive to MDC-T’

    Source: ‘Zanu PF policies attractive to MDC-T’ – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MOSES MATENGA THE ruling Zanu PF party yesterday claimed that its policies were attracting MDC-T legislators who voted for the passage of Constitutional Amendment No 2 Bill, which was signed into law by President Emmerson Mnangagwa last Friday. The…

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  • Rethink export strategy: Shava

    Source: Rethink export strategy: Shava – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MTHANDAZO NYONI FOREIGN Affairs and International Trade minister Frederick Shava says Zimbabwe must expand its export markets to create fresh opportunities. Official data indicates that Zimbabwe’s exports have been averaging US$4 billion annually, against US$6 billion imports. Shava, who assumed his…

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  • Experts call for Kazungula-style strategy as Beitbridge expands 

    Source: Experts call for Kazungula-style strategy as Beitbridge expands – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY FIDELITY MHLANGA COMPANIES must utilise inland clearing facilities to reduce congestion as Beitbridge Border Post enters a US$70 million expansion programme this year to avoid congestion, trade experts said yesterday. Gridlocks in the flow of cargo through…

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  • ‘Educate women on legal procedures against GBV’

    Source: ‘Educate women on legal procedures against GBV’ | Newsday (News) THE COVID-19 pandemic, which has been ravaging the world for more than a year and is still raging, has worsened gender gaps in communities, with women, young girls and children being the most affected. Chinga Govhati (CG), a gender…

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  • U.S. Donation Kicks Off Landmine Clearing in One of the Largest Conservation Areas in the World

    APOPO will de-mine 7 million sq. meters of critical wildlife area in Zimbabwe, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Government. Source: U.S. Donation Kicks Off Landmine Clearing in One of the Largest Conservation Areas in the World A new project to demine seven million square meters of land, including…

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  • Mnangagwa signs constitutional amendments into law – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

    Source: Mnangagwa signs constitutional amendments into law – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary: 8th May 2021 https://www.flickr.com/photos/zimbabwevigil/51165909141/sizes/m/ President Mnangagwa can now handpick judges, as well as his own deputies, after the Senate approved an amendment to the 2013 Constitution – with the help of MDC-T collaborators. Musa Kika, executive director of the…

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  • Police launch probe into Mwonzora

    Source: Police launch probe into Mwonzora | Newsday (News) BY MOSES MATENGA POLICE have launched investigations into allegations that Douglas Mwonzora stole $6 million from MDC-T coffers in the run-up to the party’s elective congress last year, piling pressure on the beleaguered politician whom critics say is cosying up to…

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  • MSU translates documents to national languages

    Source: MSU translates documents to national languages | Sunday News (local news) Sithatshisiwe Vuma, Sunday News ReporterTHE Midlands State University’s Language Institute is translating various national documents to all the country’s 16 official languages including sign language as Government pursues multi-lingualism as enshrined in the Constitution. MSU has already started…

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  • Councils should collaborate in health service delivery 

    Source: Councils should collaborate in health service delivery | The Standard By Dr Johannes Marisa Health and development are symbiotic hybrids of each other, so it is prudent to enhance public health if national development is to be realised particularly for developing countries where the health care system is underdeveloped,…

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  • Zim hurtling towards constitutional crisis

    Source: Zim hurtling towards constitutional crisis | The Standard By ALEX MAGAISA Zimbabwe is hurtling into a constitutional crisis with the two recent amendments to the national constitution. Constitutional Amendment No 2 Bill has been hurried through at great speed: it was passed by the Senate on May 4, and…

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  • Mugabe days are back

    Source: Mugabe days are back | The Standard President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday predictably signed into law the controversial Constitutional Amendment No 2 Bill, which makes him an all-powerful president. Clearly, Mnangagwa could not resist the lure of powers that were once enjoyed by his mentor the late Robert Mugabe,…

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  • Chiyangwa embroiled in ugly wrangle over school 

    Source: Chiyangwa embroiled in ugly wrangle over school | The Standard By Brenna Matendere Thousands of pupils at Southlea Park, a community primary school in Harare South, face a bleak future after a controversial decision by a dodgy consortium to turn the learning centre in the low-income suburb into a…

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  • Doves ownership wrangle escalates 

    Source: Doves ownership wrangle escalates | The Standard BY EVERSON MUSHAVA THE High Court has blocked a Doves Holdings shareholder and a top executive from stripping assets of the leading life assurance firm as a bitter ownership row rages. Farai Matsika,  a shareholder, and Doves’  chief operating officer Edson Gatsi…

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  • Residents struggle to pay for stands in forex

    Source: Residents struggle to pay for stands in forex | The Standard BY STAFF REPORTER A LARGE number of people, who bought housing stands from the Bulawayo City Council that were sold in foreign currency in 2019 are still struggling to pay for them, the local authority has revealed. According…

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  • Police compensate woman

    Source: Police compensate woman | The Standard BY VANESSA GUZHA HOME Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe and police commissioner-general Godwin Matanga have finally compensated a Chitungwiza woman, who was shot during the August 2018 post-election protests. Loveness Chirisei was paid $1 418 703.09 after suing Kazembe and Matanga  over  reckless and…

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  • Robbers attack schoolgirl

    Source: Robbers attack schoolgirl | The Standard BY NIZBERT MOYO A BULAWAYO schoolgirl was stripped naked by three robbers, who went on to stab her after she disembarked from a bus. The 17-year-old girl from Nkulumane was attacked at the intersection of Intemba and Khami roads. Bulawayo provincial  police spokesperson…

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  • Company, school buses don’t have to register

    Source: Company, school buses don’t have to register | The Standard Facts&Fiction by ZIMFACT Comments attributed to the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s spokesman for Bulawayo province, Abednico Ncube, were widely interpreted to mean that all buses, including those owned by schools and companies to ferry students and staff, would not be…

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