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Free medical services for Idai survivors

Talent Gore Herald Correspondent A group of Indian medical doctors is in the country to provide free medical services in Manicaland Province under the auspices of the International Rotary Club. This is the second time the team is visiting the country for free medical services and vocational training for doctors in Manicaland. The 20-member medical […]

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CAF ban pregnant with lessons for Zim

AT the beginning of this month, we warned that if something wasn’t done urgently to fix football stadiums, Zimbabwe would face the embarrassment of seeing the Warriors being forced to play their home matches on foreign soil. We issued the warning as we launched our Fix Our Grounds (FOG) campaign to highlight the sorry state […]

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ED sucked into US$9m GMB saga

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and former Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa have been sucked into a US$9 million saga for the rehabilitation of Grain Marketing Board (GMB) silos fronted by millers, which has become the latest subject of investigations by Parliament.

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Bustop TV skit mocks constitutional amendments

LOCAL film producer Bustop TV has released a hilarious skit titled Kutsotsonya Constitution in which the comedians mock the Zanu PF government’s bid to amend the country’s governance charter through Constitutional Amendment No 2.

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‘Heavy police presence shows regime panicking’

POLICE have increased their presence in and out of Harare in apparent readiness to quash attempts by restless opposition supporters and workers in the wake of threats of massive protests to pressure President Emmerson Mnangagwa to end the crisis bedevilling the country.

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Calls to punish roller meal cartels soar

Cletus Mushanawani Senior Writer A cross-section of Zimbabweans has urged authorities to deal ruthlessly with those abusing taxpayers’ money and depriving the market of subsidised commodities through hoarding or diversion to the black market. While the Government continues to spend large amounts of money on subsidies in the public transport sector, fuel and maize, very […]

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Editorial Comment: Education on lightning critical

Every rainy season, lightning strikes kill and injure people, at times damaging their property and livestock. In most cases, people are caught up at the wrong places and in most cases they could have avoided it, with proper knowledge. It is important to understand how lightning works and Zimbabweans should start a campaign to educate […]

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