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Invest in Water, Sanitation to End Cholera

By Rumbidzai Ngwenya Adequate sanitation, together with good hygiene and safe water, are fundamentals to good health and socio-economic development. Unfortunately, in Harare these fundamentals have not been realised owing largely to poor service delivery by the city authority. The sanitation system in Harare is poor and has resulted in …

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Govt Finalises Alignment of Laws

Government is finalising the alignment of Zimbabwe’s laws to the country’s Constitution before this year’s harmonised elections, a Cabinet Minister has said. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said irrespective of whether laws were aligned to the Constitution or not, the supreme law of the land took precedence. …

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Tsvangirai’s Widow Fails to Accompany Body to Buhera

MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s widow, Ms Elizabeth Macheka, did not accompany her husband’s body to Buhera for burial as pressure mounted on her from the Tsvangirai family that she should not attend the funeral. Mr Tsvangirai’s body arrived at Makanda Primary School around 15:50 hours. It was accompanied by …

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Chamisa Maintains He Was Anointed By Tsvangirai

Harare — MDC-T Acting President Nelson Chamisa Monday maintained that he was anointed by the late Morgan Tsvangirai to succeed him as the party leader. Chamisa was addressing thousands of party supporters who thronged Freedom Square in the capital to pay their last respects to the former Prime Minister who …

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Housing Affordability Still a Challenge

Access to decent housing remains a major issue in Zimbabwe amid falling aggregate demand due to high finance costs and sustainable high income thresholds for mortgage loans, research results have shown. HOUSING in Zimbabwe, which has a national but conservative housing backlog of 1,25 million units, remains beyond the reach …

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Human Rights Pathfinder, Tsvangirai Hailed

The late former Prime Minister, Dr. Morgan Richard Tsvangirai, who succumbed to colon cancer last Wednesday has been described a human rights champion and pathfinder. Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) Director, Okay Machisa, was among the few civil society organisations that gave solidarity speeches at the mass funeral held at …

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Man Murders Wife’s Lover

A 33-year-old Chiredzi man has been jailed for an effective 14 years by a Masvingo High Court judge for the cold-blooded murder of a neighbour he accused of having an extra-marital affair with his wife. Justice Garainesu Mawadze jailed Chimangaidzo Ndou of Chali Village in Sengwe communal lands after convicting …

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Loud Calls for Unity, As Tsvangirai Farewell Rally Sparks

Thousands of Movement and Democratic Change (MDC-T) party supporters on Monday descended on the Freedom Square grounds in Harare to bid farewell to their late party leader, Morgan Tsvangirai amid calls for the movement to unite in fulfillment of their departed icon’s wish. Tsvangirai who succumbed to cancer of the …

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More Drama At Tsvangirai Send-Off

MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s mother caused a scene at Robert Mugabe Square in Harare yesterday when she refused to disembark from the hearse carrying her son’s body at a send-off ceremony for party supporters. Efforts to make her disembark from the vehicle and join other family members and party …

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