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Govt concerned over Tongogara Refugee Camp problems

Government is concerned with the challenges facing Tongogara Refugee Camp in Chipinge, particularly the ballooning enrolment at the primary school. By Moses Mugugunyeki at Tongogara Refugee Camp, Chipinge Speaking at the belated commemorations of World Red Cross Day at Tongogara Refugee Camp yesterday, Public Works, Labour and Social Welfare minister …

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Ncube donates 10 beasts for MDC congress

MDC deputy president Welshman Ncube has donated 10 heifers to feed delegates at the MDC congress which roars into life today in the Midlands capital, Gweru. By Brenna Matendere The former Industry minister who hails from Lower Gweru, is a successful farmer and has a thriving cattle ranching venture which …

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Condolence messages pour in for Dabengwa

Joseph Madzimure in HARARE and Nduduzo Tshuma in BULAWAYO Liberation war icon Dr Dumiso Dabengwa, who was popularly known as the Black Russian, has been described as a commander par excellence who dedicated his life to the freedom and betterment of the lives of ordinary people. In separate interviews, national …

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Obituary: Dumiso Dabengwa: Gone too soon

These words, said more than once by Dumiso Dabengwa (DD), rang in my mind on hearing the sad news about his passing on in Kenya on his way from India where he had gone to seek medical attention. These utterances were made by Dabengwa soon after he had just pulled …

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Zim needs more power options

Hydro and fossil fuel-generated electricity have long well served Zimbabwe and many other countries in the past. It is cheap, or at least cost-efficient, and has been sustainable for a long time. But with fossil fuels being a finite resource, and water prone to the vagaries of climate change, countries …

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Advisory council tables anti-graft measures

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter The Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) yesterday made recommendations to President Mnangagwa and Cabinet ministers on how to fight corruption, in a development expected to add impetus to Government’s commitment to combat the vice. President Mnangagwa and several Cabinet ministers held a three-hour meeting in which the …

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Silo Foods opens 84 shops countrywide

Lawrence Chitumba Correspondent SILO Foods Industries, which started operating as a fully-fledged commercial business unit in April this year, now has 84 shops countrywide, Grain Marketing Board (GMB) general manager Mr Rocky Mutenha has said. He said Silo products were now available at all GMB depots and other satellite shops …

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Five ‘Plotters’ Up for Subversion

Five members of shadowy anti-Government organisations who allegedly received training in Maldives with intent to roll out violent demonstrations in the country, yesterday appeared in court facing allegations of subverting a constitutionally-elected Government. The gang included four men — Tatenda Mombeyarara (37) attached to the International Socialist Organisation, Centre for …

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President mourns Dumiso Dabengwa

Zvamaida Murwira Herald Reporter President Mnangagwa has described the death of liberation war icon Dr Dumiso Dabengwa as a principled and resourceful person, whose heroics ranked high among the pioneering generation of early nationalists and freedom fighters as his contribution was enormous. In a statement he read from his Munhumutapa …

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