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ZOL Zimbabwe in product, services launch

Herald Correspondent ZOL Zimbabwe today unveils its annual product and services programme in Harare featuring a variety of innovative solutions. Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services Minister Supa Mandiwanzira is expected to grace the occasion. In a statement yesterday, ZOL said the solutions included increased data-caps. “ZOL Zimbabwe’s annual product and …

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Pay Mutare plant contractor, Undenge orders ZPC

Samuel Undenge Felex Share Senior Reporter Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge has ordered the Zimbabwe Power Company management and board to pay the firm contracted to construct a 120-megawatt plant in Mutare for work on site to continue. The company, Helcraw Electrical, had pulled off the site demanding payment …

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Command water harvesting gets nod

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter Government is set to construct weirs in all 10 provinces as part of its Command Rain Water Harvesting Programme aimed at harnessing water from floods and excessive rains. Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said while the country laments losses recorded during flooding, the climate change variability …

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LATEST: Border security camera stolen

Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau Border authorities have opened investigations into an incident where one of over 36 security cameras was stolen during a power blackout last week. The theft came to light on Saturday when security agents discovered that a key area used by smugglers and illegal immigrants had gone …

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Zimbabwe: Mazara Sues Chivayo for $500 000

Photo: Sir Wicknell/Facebook Harare businessman Wicknell Chivayo. By Tendai Rupapa Sunday Mail Features and Opinions Editor Garikai Mazara has filed a $500 000 lawsuit against businessman Wicknell Chivayo over alleged defamatory WhatsApp massages. In a claim filed in the High Court yesterday, Mazara is demanding $500 000 damages for injuria …

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Philippine Student to Raise Funds for Rural Students

Philippines’ Paolo Aguilar, a student teacher at Toi-Ohomai Institute of Technology in Rotoroa, New Zealand, is working with the Zimbabwe Rural Schools Library Trust to raise funds to support rural school libraries in Zimbabwe. He will participate in the 53rd iconic Lion Foundation Rotorua Marathon on May 6. Aguilar is …

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A Child Rescued Is a Child Saved

EDITORIAL Everyone knows there are a lot of children working and frequently living on the streets of Zimbabwe’s urban areas with most of us seeing them as someone else’s problem and someone else’s responsibility. As a result we could lose thousands of people who would otherwise become good and useful …

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Boost for Command Agric as Govt, millers strike deal

Emmerson Mnangagwa Takunda Maodza recently in Switzerland GOVERNMENT has already secured funds to purchase grain while millers have availed $8 million for the repair of damaged Grain Marketing Board silos. This was revealed by Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday last week at a dinner in Geneva held in his …

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