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Finance own development, AU member states urged

Kuda Mugari in NIAMEY, Niger The African Union (AU) has underscored the need for its member states to ensure that the continent plays a significant role in world affairs by employing the right strategies to finance its own development and reduce aid dependency through the establishment of continental financial institutions. …

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President intervenes in Domboshava quarry row

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa has directed that a Chinese company carrying out quarrying activities in Domboshava in Mashonaland East should stop operating after he was briefed by the leadership there that its operations were threatening the existence of sacred caves in the area. The mining operations were reportedly …

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A clean-up needed at Zifa

WHEN Felton Kamambo was elected the new ZIFA president in December last year, there was an air of optimism that our football was going to take a fresh course, turning away from the controversies and the adverse dogfights that had characterised previous administrations. Although he lacks the charm and the …

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Outrage Over Tuku Memorial Concert Line-Up

By Nyore Madzianike Calls to include Selmor Mtukudzi and other musicians groomed at Pakare Paye Arts Centre at the Tuku Memorial Concert and Birthday Celebrations continue to grow louder. Organisers of the event are contemplating engaging the promoter who had booked Selma ahead of them. The event has been set …

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Another Quake Rattles Kariba

By Walter Nyamukondiwa A moderate 3,7 magnitude earthquake hit Hurungwe, Kariba and surrounding areas yesterday, with the rattling effect being widely felt, although there were no reports of damage. The Seismology Section of the Meteorological Services Department triangulated the epicentre of the earthquake which occurred at around 3pm on longitude …

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CJ Reveals Civil Jurisdiction Plans for Regional Courts

By Fidelis Munyoro Regional magistrates’ courts will soon be sanctioned to hear civil disputes, Chief Justice Luke Malaba has said, a development expected to bring substantive justice to the public and ease the workload of High Court judges. He said measures have been put in place to practically implement the …

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Remembering Father Zimbabwe Through His Words

By Elliot Ziwira It is 20 years now since the passing on of Vice President Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo, affectionately known as Father Zimbabwe, Chibwechitedza, uMdala Wethu, who crossed to the other side on July 1, 1999. Because revolutionaries as human beings may die, their ideas and legacies, as the …

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Twenty One Out of Twenty Four

By Robson Sharuko Cairo — The Zimbabwe Warriors finished 21st, out of 24 teams, and suffered the worst single defeat at the 2019 AFCON finals, after a four-goal battering at the hands of the Democratic Republic of Congo, in a tournament that represented a giant step backwards for the team. …

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15 000ha Farmland for War Vets

By Joseph Madzimure Government has allocated war veterans 15 000 hectares of farmland in the country’s eight agricultural provinces following complaints that the liberation war fighters were excluded from the Land Reform Programme, The Herald has established. Government has since ordered the eight provincial ministers to identify and reserve underutilised …

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