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Livestock Farmers Moan Over Stockfeed Shortages

By Manicaland FARMERS in Manicaland have raised concern over the shortage of stockfeed in shops, which is hampering efforts to increase production. Mr Taurai Mutangabende, a small-scale dairy farmer in Penhalonga, said the stockfeed industry did not have adequate stocks to meet the needs of the livestock industry. He said …

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Police Deploy in Hot Spots

By Innocent Ruwende The Zimbabwe Republic Police has deployed officers in all residential areas, shopping centres and the Central Business District to conduct patrols, surveillance and stop and search following some social media articles agitating Zimbabweans to engage in violence and unsanctioned demonstrations. In a statement yesterday, Home Affairs and …

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Lightning Claims Six More Lives in Chipinge

By Manicaland Another tragedy has hit Chipinge after five people died and another was critically injured when they were struck by a lightning bolt on Thursday last week. This brings the number of people who have died from lightning strikes in Manicaland since the onset of the rainy season to …

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‘Local Currency Step in the Right Direction’

By Tendai Rupapa Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube must address existing loopholes if his plans to introduce a local currency within the next 12 months are to succeed, economic observers have said. They said Prof Ncube faced a mammoth task to lay the fundamentals for the successful …

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ED Off to Russia

By Mabasa Sasa President Mnangagwa early this morning left for Russia on the first leg of a whirlwind five-country tour that will take him across Eurasia and then to Switzerland, as part of his international engagement and re-engagement drive. The Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe …

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Zimra, UZ workers down tools

THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) and University of Zimbabwe employees yesterday downed tools, citing incapacitation and the deteriorating economic conditions, their unions said yesterday. BY VANESSA GONYE “We, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority and Allied Workers Trade Union, having collated experiences and submissions from our membership across the country, noting the …

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Hubby beaten up over kapenta fish

AN insatiable appetite for kapenta fish recently landed a Mvurwi woman in soup after she struck her husband with a club, accusing him of failing to buy her favourite seafood. By Simbarashe Sithole Anna Makaza (24) of Pembi Falls, last week pleaded guilty to contravening the Domestic Violence Act after …

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Mutasa South traditional leaders shun development meetings

VILLAGERS in Mutasa South constituency have accused their traditional leaders of shunning developmental meetings organised by the area’s opposition MP Regai Tsunga ( MDC Alliance). BY KENNETH NYANGANI The villagers raised concern during a recent meeting held in ward 26 to discuss developmental issues where local traditional leaders, among them …

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Councils urged to embrace PRAZ

Mashonaland West Provincial Affairs minister Mary Mliswa-Chikoka has warned local authorities against flouting tender procedures and engaging in corrupt activities which prejudice councils of revenue. By Nhau Mangirazi Speaking at a district development meeting in Karoi recently, the Hurungwe West MP (Zanu PF) said local authorities must be guided by …

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Suspects fail to post bail as accounts clerks stay away

SEVERAL suspects who were granted bail at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday were left stranded after failing to post bail as accounts clerks failed to report for work following a national stayaway organised by the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE One of the suspects who failed to …

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