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Chamisa praises Ethiopia PM 24 June 2019 © OPPOSITION leader Nelson Chamisa, pictured, yesterday heaped praise on Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for carrying out extensive political reforms in his country, just hours after he had foiled a coup in one of his regions.
Gold miner confirms fatal accident 24 June 2019 © GOLD producer Metallon Corporation has confirmed a fatal rockfall incident at its most viable project How Mine. The Mzi Khumalo-controlled Metallon has been having challenges which have driven down its viability.
D-Day for forex cartels 24 June 2019 © ZANU PF deputy secretary for youth Lewis Matutu has threatened to name forex cartels today saying they are causing the current economic problems.
'Headmasters stifling ICTs in schools' 24 June 2019 © SCHOOL headmasters have been blamed for frustrating efforts towards information communication technology (ICT)-based learning in the country by blocking learners from using cell phones in schools.
Multiple farm ownership  difficult to deal with: Shiri 24 June 2019 © LANDS minister Perrance Shiri has said government is facing difficulties in dealing with multiple farms owners as most of them have used proxies to register the properties.
'Mnangagwa political dialogue a joke' 24 June 2019 © UNITED African National Congress (UANC) leader Gwinyai Muzorewa has said political dialogue between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and multiple fringe opposition parties is not going to yield anything.
Safari boss sponsors killing of farm bred lions in SA, Zim 24 June 2019 © A BRITISH safari boss is charging callous trophy hunters thousands of pounds to kill lions that have been bred in captivity,
Zinara secretary nails former boss 24 June 2019 © FORMER Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) board chairperson Albert Mugabe wrote a letter to CBZ Bank guaranteeing a private mortgage facility for the parastatal's chief executive officer without a board resolution, a court heard last week.
ED succession: Race now wide open 24 June 2019 © REVELATIONS by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he wishes to be succeeded by a younger person have thrown wide open his succession, which many believed was a closed chapter.
Concern over  VPs' health 24 June 2019 © VICE President Constantino Chiwenga's prolonged absence from the public glare should be a source of major concern, especially in view of the enormity of the challenges facing the country, analysts have said.
Artuz president in court 24 June 2019 © Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz) president Obert Masaraure appeared in court yesterday after he violated his bail conditions.
ZPC defends  demolition of cooling towers 24 June 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has defended the proposed demolition of two cooling towers at the Bulawayo Power Station, saying they are outdated and pose a health hazard to members of the public and staff personnel.
'Zacc toothless' 24 June 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) lacks the wherewithal to effectively deal with graft in both private and public institutions owing to a myriad of challenges, including paucity of resources and absence of a strong legal instrument, among others, aspiring commissioners of the...
Govt to buy 200 000 metric tonnes of wheat 24 June 2019 © GOVERNMENT will this year buy 200 000 metric tonnes of wheat in order to end bread shortages, deputy Agriculture minister Vangelis Haritatos has said.
Byo says 'No' to 24 -hour clinics 24 June 2019 © THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has finally put to rest the issue of having its clinics operate round the clock, declaring that it was an impossible task.
'Tap into organic farm produce export' 24 June 2019 © BUSINESS development and trade facilitation entity ZimTrade has bemoaned local farmers' failure to exploit the lucrative organic farm produce export potential. Manicaland farmers were fingered as the biggest culprits. 
Ngarivhume mulls hunger strike 24 June 2019 © TRANSFORM Zimbabwe President Jacob Ngarivhume (pictured) said his party is planning to roll out a strike starting next month against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's failure to deal with the economy.
Duty on power equipment, critical spares suspended 24 June 2019 © GOVERNMENT has suspended duty on power equipment and critical spares imported by Zesa Holdings and its subsidiaries as load-shedding intensifies.
MDC won't impose  candidate for by-election 24 June 2019 © THE opposition MDC will not nominate any candidate for Glen View South constituency which fell vacant following the death of Morgan Tsvangirai's daughter, Vimbai Tsvangirai-Java.
Govt orders 200 000  vehicle number plates 24 June 2019 © THE Transport ministry has placed an order of over 200 000 number plates in an effort to address their shortages in the country.
VPs snub ED?. . . questions over Mohadi,  Chiwenga no-show at airport 22 June 2019 © VICE presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi have set tongues wagging due to their absence at the Harare International Airport when President Emmerson Mnangagwa departed for the United States-Africa summit in Maputo, Mozambique on Tuesday and upon his return yesterday.
Warriors  narrowly  lose to Egypt 22 June 2019 © Egypt…………... (1) 1 Zimbabwe...…… (0) 0 WARRIORS put up a commendable shift before they narrowly lost to hosts Egypt in the opening 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group A match at Cairo International Stadium last night.
'Sanitary wear out of reach' 22 June 2019 © THE high cost of sanitary wear in the country has left women and young girls with limited options, which are largely unhygienic. Prices of sanitary pads have spiralled out of control with the cheapest going for around $7 from $4 per packet.
Rape involving relatives rises 21 June 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has reported a spike in the number of rape cases involving relatives and family friends citing young girls as the prime victims. The police mentioned three recent separate cases in Marlborough and Dzivaresekwa, in the capital Harare, as well as Plumtree where ...
Foreign currency woes affect councils 21 June 2019 © WITH the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) having cut off local authorities from accessing foreign currency, Harare's water supply will be affected. Harare town clerk Hosiah Chisango said the city has to recover costs of water treatment chemicals and its distribution. The city and other local aut...
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