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Youth Indaba Roars Into Life

All is set for the inaugural Youth indaba that starts in Harare today and Bulawayo province is represented by 20 youths. The indaba being held at the Harare International Conference Centre will afford the youths an opportunity to interact with President Mnangagwa. The Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation …

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Death sentence for double murderer

BY TINASHE MUNGAZI AN Inyathi man who struck his wife and sister with a hammer before fatally stabbing them with a spear, following a rumour of infidelity has been sentenced to death for the double murder. Amos Nkala (45) of Balanda Village 7, Siganda in Inyathi, summoned his estranged wife, …

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ZBC partner fights eviction order

BY CHARLES LAITON The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been taken to court by Blackbury Enterprises after the national broadcaster allegedly clandestinely sought to evict the company despite an agreement to operate a second television channel. According to Blackbury through its managing director Richard Hondo, in 2009, ZBC and his …

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MDC finalise district restructuring ahead of May congress

THE opposition MDC will tomorrow wrap up the restructuring of its branches, as well as reducing the party’s administrative provinces from 12 to 10 in line with the country’s local government structures. The party’s organising secretary, Amos Chibaya, said the party would move on to restructure its wards next week …

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Govt to blacklist, freeze terrorist funds

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter The law operationalising Government powers to blacklist and freeze funds and assets of individuals and entities linked to international terror, has been gazetted. Statutory Instrument 56 of 2019 was published in an Extraordinary Government Gazette yesterday. It is cited as Suppression of Foreign and International …

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Doctors’ presentation touches Government

Senior Reporter Government has been touched by the emotional presentation by senior doctors on the state of affairs in its public health institutions and will continue exploring available options to mitigate the challenges, Health and Child Care Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo has said. In an interview with The Herald yesterday …

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Grocery vouchers for newspaper vendors

Victor Maphosa Herald Correspondent ZIMPAPERS Group yesterday gave grocery vouchers to more than 600 of its newspaper vendors nationwide as a token of appreciation for their hard work. Speaking after handing over the vouchers to the vendor’s representatives in Harare yesterday, the Group’s general manager for the Digital and Publishing …

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Use it or lose it, ED tells mining firms

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa has said mining companies holding onto claims should either use them or risk losing them to the State even if they are paying fees to keep the claims. He said there were some big conglomerates that have been holding on to mining claims for …

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Our Warriors must win, whatever it takes!

IN just eight days’ time, the Warriors of Zimbabwe face one of their biggest AFCON home assignments in about a quarter of a century when we host Congo-Brazzaville at the National Sports Stadium. It’s the final qualifier for the 2019 AFCON finals and we find ourselves having the luxury of …

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Govt suspends Masvingo NGO

BY NQOBANI NDLOVU GOVERNMENT has suspended the operations of Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (Cotrad), an independent youth-oriented non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Masvingo. According to a suspension letter dated March 11 written by one Tongafa N on behalf of the Masvingo district administrator (DA), Roy Hove, the youth-based organisation …

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