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Of Met Gala styles, Magacha stir

Fashion 263 withTafadzwa Zimoyo Fashion is art and the good thing about it is that people use it to express themselves, how they feel or show their creativeness with material. So the first Monday in May is one of the most significant events in the fashion calendar in the world. …

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One of Zimbabwe’s best places to be

Natasha Kokai Dark corrosive lines deface the tarred road, confirming the corrosive acidity of elephant urine. The marks are at times accompanied by a heap of dung. This signifies nothing but the heavy presence of elephants in Kariba. A troop of baboons, females systematically carrying their broods on their bellies …

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Millers, retailers in pact to tame price madness

Kudakwashe Mhundwa and Michael Tome THE Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) and the Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding for self-regulatory mechanisms to rein in wanton price increases. As part of the agreement, GMAZ and CZR said they will deploy a team of 150 …

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First Lady in Mat South heath drive

Herald Reporters THE shortage of medical supplies has been a major challenge to health institutions in Matabeleland South where some clinics have gone for months without basic medication like Paracetamol among other drugs. This was revealed by Matabeleland South provincial medical director Dr Rudo Chikodzore during First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s …

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President orders probe into Chimagora evictions

Freedom Mupanedemo Midlands Bureau President Mnangagwa yesterday dispatched a high powered inter-ministerial delegation to investigate the evictions at Chemagora farms in Gokwe about two months ago that left over 100 families living by the road side. Speaking soon after a closed door meeting that lasted over two hours, Lands, Agriculture …

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Repealing HIV transmission law gets Cabinet nod

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter The Marriages Amendment Bill which will repeal a legal provision that criminalises “wilful” transmission of HIV to a partner has been approved by Cabinet. Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi said a Clause in the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act that criminalises transmission …

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Zanu-PF castigates attempts to soil SA polls

Nduduzo Tshuma Bulawayo Bureau THE Zanu-PF observer mission has castigated attempts to discredit the South African national elections in the wake of claims of double voting with some videos circulating on social media of some people committing the mischief. South Africans cast their votes in the country’s national elections on …

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Zanu-PF takes lessons from China’s School of Ideology

From Kuda Bwititi in Shandong, China Zanu-PF will take lessons from the Communist Party of China (CPC’s) ideological schools to refine its mobilisation strategy as well as reinvigorate the party’s Chitepo School of Ideology, the ruling party’s chairperson Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri has said. She made the remarks after touring the …

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