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President Rallies His Experts

By Felex Share President Mnangagwa yesterday held his inaugural meeting with members of the Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) and exhorted them to quickly give impetus to the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) by proffering advice and assisting in the formulation of key economic strategies that advance Vision 2030. The Head of …

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Mother Fined for Ill-Treating Baby

By Emmah Chinyamutangira A CHEATING 28-year-old Mutare woman was fined $300 for ill-treating her newly-born baby she sired out of wedlock while her husband was in South Africa. Stella Chiponda of Dangamvura was fined by magistrate Perseverance Makhala charged with ill-treating or neglecting a minor. She also risks spending two …

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ED Mourns Brig-Gen Munemo

By Daniel Nemukuyu PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has described the late national hero Brigadier-General Emilio Munemo as a great teacher who educated people on politics, revolution, and the Zanu-PF ideology. Brig-Gen Munemo passed away on Sunday after a short illness at the age of 64. He will be buried tomorrow at the …

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Meet the People Rally Postponed

By Leonard Ncube THE Meet the People Rally that was to be addressed by President Mnangagwa at Lupane, Matabeleland North, tomorrow has been postponed. Zanu-PF Matabeleland North Provincial secretary for administration Cde Douglas Khoza said a new date will be confirmed in due course. “The visit by His Excellency President …

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Women’s Day Marked

By Paidamoyo Chipunza Zimbabweans will today join the rest of the world in commemorating International Women’s Day, which is running under the global theme “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change”. The commemorations, which will take place at Nemangwe Cotton Marketing Board in Gokwe, Midlands province, will also run under …

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Armed Robber Jailed Four Years

By Gabrielle Gede An armed robber who was part of a gang targeting imbibers leaving the popular Bako Night Club in Sakubva has been jailed for four years. Cosmas Dhlakama (43) was jailed when he appeared before magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe charged with robbery. Dhlakama had denied the charges, but …

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Implementing Promised Reforms Key to Re-Engagement – U.S. Envoy

By Bridget Mananavire United States President Donald Trump this week extended sanctions on Zimbabwe for another year after renewing a national emergency declared in a 2003 executive order. Trump’s justification for renewing the executive order was that the actions and policies of the Zimbabwe government continued to “pose an unusual …

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Mandiwanzira Seeks Stay of Prosecution

By Mary Taruvinga FORMER Information Communication Technology (ICT) minister Supa Mandiwanzira has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking stay of prosecution at the lower court after his freedom bid flopped. Mandiwanzira is facing criminal abuse of office charges after he allegedly hired a South African based …

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Zim Wins 2 Prestigious Tourism Awards

By Geraldine Zaranyika Zimbabwe, which currently has a high-powered 28-member delegation of exhibitors at the ongoing International Tourism Bourse (ITB) in Berlin, Germany, has won two prestigious awards from the Pacific Travel Writers’ Association Awards (PATWA). Zimbabwe won the Sustainable Destination of the Year Award, while Environment, Tourism and Hospitality …

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Mandiwanzira Seeks Stay of Proceedings

By Tendai Rupapa Former Information Communication Technology and Cyber Security Minister Supa Mandiwanzira is seeking stay of proceedings in the case in which he is facing criminal abuse of office charges. Mandiwanzira sought the intervention of the High Court to stall proceedings through an urgent application filed at the High …

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