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Zna Comes to the Rescue of Stranded Pupils

The Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) played a critical role in the evacuation of pupils at St Charles Lwanga School in Chimanimani following the devastating Cyclone Idai which hit the area over the weekend. Commander 3 Infantry Battalion Brigadier-General Joe Muzvidziwa had to use his personal vehicle to ferry injured pupils. …

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Zim needs to rethink social work

Arthur Kaseke Correspondent One sad feature of our modern-day societies is that many individuals and communities are being traumatised by the demands and excesses of our globalised world, a factor that has given birth to increased levels of poverty, environmental degradation, natural disasters and a severe breakdown on moral values …

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Rescue Mission Reaches Parts of Cyclone-Ravaged Chimanimani

THE Cyclone Idai rescue mission has finally reached some parts of Chimanimani where some of the marooned people were rescued, while 1 000 refugees from Tongogara Refugee Camp in Chipinge South were evacuated to a farm in Middle Sabi. The laborious mission has been met with many challenges as some …

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Public-private partnerships and prison reform

Sharon Hofisi Legal Letters When you look at Constitutional Hill in South Africa, you see a beautiful building incorporating parts of the old jail such as stairwells of the Awaiting-Trial section. The metaphor of a traditional African khotla or gathering of tribal elders meeting under a tree demonstrates the history …

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New Harare Minister Sworn-in

President Mnangagwa yesterday swore in the new Minister of State for Harare Provincial Affairs, Senator Oliver Chidawu. Senator Chidawu took his oath of office at a ceremony held at State House in Harare which was witnessed by Vice Presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi. The former Harare mayor said he …

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