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Editorial Comment: More at stake for Chevrons’ Pakistan tour

WHEN news broke out this week confirming that the Government had granted Chevrons the nod to tour Pakistan next month, it made headlines across the world. The senior cricket side are set to become the first Zimbabwean national sports team to be allowed to embark on an international tour since sport was halted countrywide as […]

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Fees hikes: Schools warned

Mukudzei Chingwere Herald Reporter SCHOOLS have been urged to be considerate in their proposals for new fees ahead of the reopening of schools from Monday. While exchange rates and prices have been stable since the end of June following the introduction of foreign exchange auctions, most fees and levies were set in the first term […]

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US dollar allowances extended to year-end

Herald Reporter Civil servants and Government pensioners will continue to get their tax-free US dollar Covid-19 allowances until December. The allowances, of US$75 a month for civil servants and US$30 a month for retired civil servants, were introduced in June as a temporary measure for three months to last month. Public Service, Labour and Social […]

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Traditional medicine clinic a game-changer

Herald Reporter Zimbabwe now has a Chinese traditional medicine clinic, which is expected to offer diagnosis and treatment services for several illnesses such as pain and those of the respiratory, digestive nervous systems. The clinic, which was established as a unit at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals with technical support from the 17th Chinese medical team, […]

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Cheer for children living with albinism

Joseph Madzimure Senior Reporter There is need to increase awareness campaigns to break stigma and discrimination against people living with albinism, First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa, who is the patron of Angel of Hope Foundation, said yesterday. She was speaking during an interface with children with albinism and their parents at Girls High School in […]

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‘Involve men, boys in gender equality initiatives’

Tendai Rupapa Senior Reporter NATIONS can build a future that is free of gender discrimination if young men and boys are reached out with programmes that redefine manhood, increase their perception of themselves as responsible, caring, and non-violent partners and promote gender-equitable attitudes. This was said by the Organisation of African First Ladies for Development […]

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Junior Cabinet interfaces with senior counterparts

Mukudzei Chingwere Herald Reporter President Mnangagwa yesterday participated in a virtual Junior Cabinet meeting from State House while his junior counterpart, Mukudzeiishe Madzivire, led his team from the Munhumutapa boardroom in Harare. In a lively interface in which Cde Mnangagwa demonstrated his attribute of being a listening President, the junior ministers thanked Government for the […]

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Murehwa ritual killing: President decries evil act

Elliot Ziwira Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa yesterday condemned the killing of children for ritual purposes, saying the Government was concerned with all forms of threats and abuse to children and vowed to end violence against them. The condemnation comes in the wake of the murder of a seven-year-old Murehwa boy, Tapiwa Makore, last week for […]

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‘Safety uppermost as schools reopen’

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Pupils and students will be safe when schools and colleges reopen next week so long as everyone follows the requirements put in place by Government to reduce risk of Covid-19 infection, President Mnangagwa said yesterday during a virtual meeting of the Junior Cabinet. In his remarks, the President commended pupils for […]

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