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Ammara Ecstatic About Afrimma Award

Songbird Ammara Brown, who scooped the Best Female Artiste (Southern Africa) Award at the fifth edition of the African Muzic Magazine Awards, (AFRIMMA) that were held in Texas last week is on cloud nine. Ammara, who competed against some household names in the region, among them Shekinah, Babes Wodumo, Mampi, …

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Shingisai Suluma Turns to English Songs

In a bid to broaden her horizons and capture a new market, United States-based gospel musician and worship leader Shingisai Suluma is only working on English songs for her upcoming project. Suluma, who rose to stardom in the late 90’s, said all was not rosy in the foreign land. The …

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GZU Urged to Spearhead Masvingo Greenbelt

Government has challenged Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) to play a leading role in transforming arid parts of southern Masvingo into a perennial greenbelt by optimally utilising the Tugwi-Mukosi Dam in Chivi. The reservoir is Zimbabwe’s largest inland water body with a full capacity of 1,8 billion cubic metres with potential …

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First Lady Charms Budiriro Residents

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday charmed Budiriro, Harare, residents when she spent the day performing household chores and promoting cleanliness to avoid the spread of cholera. Health authorities identified Budiriro and Glen View high-density suburbs as epicentres of a cholera outbreak that has claimed over 50 lives and the First …

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8 Robbers Arrested in Police Shoot-Out

Police have arrested eight suspected armed robbers believed to be part of a gang that was terrorising people in and around Harare, stealing cash and valuables as the force declares war on criminals. Some of the suspected armed robbers were arrested on Sunday afternoon at Machipisa Shopping Centre after a …

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Contractors Urge Govt to Engage Locals

The Zimbabwe Building Contractors Association (ZBCA) has called on Government to engage local contractors in major construction projects to curb the “export” of foreign currency as the investors repatriate their profits. In an interview on the sidelines of the ZBCA Midlands region business dinner held in Gweru recently, ZBCA president …

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Govt to Take Over Norton Hospital

GOVERNMENT is set to take over the running of Norton Hospital in a bid to transform it into a state-of-the-art general hospital that copes with demands of the growing population. The takeover is set to unlock Government budgetary support for the institution after Norton Town Council indicated during Health and …

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EU Reaffirmed Nelson Chamisa’s Election Loss

The recently released European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) final report on Zimbabwe’s July 30 harmonised elections reaffirmed how MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa was fairly defeated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Before the announcement of the Presidential election results, by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), the MDC Alliance believed …

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Organisation Gets Nod to Partner Ministry of Health

By Andrew Muvishi Government has granted the union of networks in Community Empowerment Foundation of Zimbabwe permission to carry out awareness campaigns on the prevention and control of cholera in Zimbabwe. Community Empowerment Foundation of Zimbabwe is a non-profit-making organisation that offers education on prevention and control of outbreak of …

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Ginimbi loses $87k beer to fraudster

A 23-YEAR-OLD unemployed Harare man appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts yesterday facing fraud charges after he allegedly consumed beer worth $87 000 at Club Sankayi owned by socialite Genius Kadungure (popularly known as Ginimbi) before generating fake deposit CABS Bank payment messages. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Thulani Roy Dhlamini of …

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