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Fly Africa set to lose property over debt

Fly Africa is set to lose property over a $17 295 debt owed to a former employee who recently obtained a writ of execution against the airline, following a court order issued by High Court judge Justice Isaac Muzenda on June 6. BY CHARLES LAITON The writ of execution, which …

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ED threatens to fire Charamba over Binga radio signals

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday told Binga villagers that they would soon receive ZBC television and radio signals, 38 years after independence. BY KUDZAI MUCHENJEKWA/EVERSON MUSHAVA Addressing hundreds of Zanu PF supporters at Somhlolo Stadium in Lupane, Mnangagwa threatened to fire his spokesperson and Information ministry permanent secretary George Charamba if …

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Chamisa moves to nullify postal votes

THE Nelson Chamisa-led MDC Alliance has approached the High Court seeking to have postal ballots cast in police camps nullified for violating provisions of the Electoral Act. BY BLESSED MHLANGA/NQOBANI NDLOVU MDC-T secretary-general, Douglas Mwonzora yesterday said what happened at Ross Camp Police Station in Bulawayo on Thursday where police …

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God is in my campaign: Ndoro

UNDETERRED by the ongoing squabbles around credibility of the voters’ roll which was released by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, Hatfield constituency independent candidate Tendai Dephine Ndoro (TN) remains resolute in wanting to represent the area she grew up in. A businesswoman and development expert, Ndoro believes the experience she has …

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Schools scale up anti-litter campaigns

THE Environmental Management Authority (EMA) is working on a zero litter campaign where it is targeting a clean and safe environment for all and schools have joined in the cause, working on various projects to make sure the areas surrounding them were not polluted by dirt. BY VANESSA GONYE Likewise, …

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Will Mangondo pull a ‘Samkange’ in Macheke?

POLICE officers looked helpless as Zanu PF party supporters seized ballot boxes and burnt down ballot papers at the middle of a football pitch at Craiglea Secondary School, Zawe district in Macheke a few months ago. BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA It was during the Zanu PF primary elections as the electorate …

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Zim’s struggles to eliminate mercury

THE recent discovery of gold in Makaha area, Mudzi, resulted in a number of youths flocking to the mineral-rich area to try their luck in sudden but often elusive wealth. BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Today the area is one of the busiest, with artisanal miners popularly known as Makorokoza employing every …

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All Set for Motivational Book Launch

By Boniface Chimedza All is set for the book launch of author and gospel minister Liberty Mwariwangu entitled “The God’s Hustler” today at Batanai Gardens in Harare. The book, which is his second publication, focuses on teaching practical entrepreneurial skills poised to equip readers with useful business skills. A public …

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Harare Province Rebrands

By Innocent Ruwende Harare Metropolitan Province has completed its rebranding exercise with the tagline “Pulse of Zimbabwe”, which is expected to position the province as the leading investment, tourism and trade destination in the country and Africa. Last year Government embarked on a massive rebranding exercise where each of the …

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Sulu to Reveal Chopper’s Untold Stories

By Godwin Muzari It is exactly a month before the 13th anniversary of Simon Chimbetu’s death and his heir Suluman has begun dedicating shows to his father. Simon died on August 14, 2005 and Sulu assumed leadership of Orchestra Dendera Kings after some months of mentorship from his uncle Allan. …

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