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Preparations for health indaba at advanced stage

PREPARATIONS for the 23rd Association of Medical Councils of Africa (AMCOA) annual conference set for next week in Victoria Falls are at an advanced stage, with 170 delegates from all over the continent confirming their attendance, Health Professions Authority chief executive officer Mr Shepherd Humure has said. Health and Child …

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26 convicts still free

Herald Reporters POLICE are still to arrest scores of convicts who are freely walking the streets of Harare while on warrants of arrest, a development that has been widely condemned as lack of seriousness on the part of the law enforcement agents. About 26 people were convicted of various offence, …

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Selection process riles aspiring judge

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter SOUTH AFRICA-based Advocate Sheillah Kanyangarara has criticised the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) for burdening aspiring High Court judges with a written examination before participating in public interviews. Sixteen nominees were selected for the public interviews after passing closed-door examinations which involved the writing of a …

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MDC MP Hwende to have his day in court

Prosper Dembedza Court Correspondent Harare magistrate Mrs Barbra Mateko yesterday dismissed an application for refusal of further remand by MDC-Alliance legislator for Kuwadzana East Chalton Hwende. Hwende is charged with subverting a constitutionally-elected Government. His lawyer, Mr Reginald Mutero, submitted that the State would suffer no prejudice if his client …

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UN congratulates First Lady

Joseph Madzimure Senior Reporter THE United Nations (UN) has congratulated First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa on being elected vice president of the Organisation of African First Ladies for Development (OAFLAD). This was said yesterday by UN Resident Coordinator Mr Bishow Parajuli during a stakeholder consultation workshop on the strategic framework for …

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Sanctions now outdated: SB Moyo

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter Sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe are outdated and should be removed as they benefit neither Zimbabwe nor the United States of America, the authors of the hostile policy, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Busi Moyo has said. He said this on Wednesday when he …

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Zim, Rwanda moot joint commission

Zimbabwe and Rwanda will soon establish a joint permanent commission (JPC) to strengthen the blossoming relations between the two countries. Ties between the two countries have been growing, especially in the Second Republic led by President Mnangagwa. Zimbabwe has adopted several policies from Rwanda which has been on a growth …

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Record 6 977 capped at MSU

Patrick Chitumba Midlands Bureau Chief President Mnangagwa yesterday capped a record 6 977 graduates at the 19th Congregation of the Midlands State University Graduation in Gweru. Of the 6 977 graduates, 3 348 were females and 3 629 males. A total of 989 graduated with master’s degrees and three were …

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Harare to probe illegal land sales

Yeukai Karengezeka and Bothwell Petro Harare City Council has appointed a committee to investigate illegal land sales, amid reports of chaotic allocation of infill stands that has seen houses being built on top of water pipes, while others were built less than two metres away from busy roads. Some structures …

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Activists pull embarrassing stunt

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Government yesterday slammed an attack by opposition protesters on a Zimbabwean delegation in London led by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Busi Moyo, who is on a four-day re-engagement programme to strengthen ties and lure investors. In a statement, Secretary for Information, Publicity …

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