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Looters Stash Goods in Mortuary

By Bulawayo Bureau Some looters who took part in last week’s opposition-instigated violent protests stashed groceries worth over $3 000 in a funeral parlour in Luveve and were busted by the police after they threw a three-day marathon party in the morgue, alarming residents. Alert residents noticed the strange events …

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‘ACCA committed to partnership with Premier Business School’

Business ReporterUnited Kingdom-based global professional accounting body, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) says it will continue partnering the Premier Business School (PBS), which is helping it to carry out its mandate in Zimbabwe and Africa. Speaking during the official launch of PBS’ state-of-the-art learning facilities in Harare over …

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Govt Debunks False Fuel Price Narrative

By Prosper Dembedza Attempts to ascribe last week’s pre-planned violence instigated by the opposition MDC-Alliance and its civil society allies to the fuel situation in the country is a false link, President Mnangagwa established yesterday. The Head of State received a briefing on the security situation in the country following …

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Devolution Comes Under the Spotlight

Fungai Lupande Mashonaland Central Bureau Mashonaland Central will next month host an all stakeholders’ consultative meeting to allow people to share ideas on how to grow the provincial Gross Domestic Product (GDP) within the national devolution agenda. The meeting will be held at Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) in Bindura …

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Music Legend Mtukudzi Dies – Reports

By Jerry Chifamba Reports say Zimbabwe’s legendary musician, Oliver Mtukudzi has died at Avenues Clinic in Harare. Although Tuku is a diabetic patient, the music legend had been in and out of hospital since November due to a heart ailment according to reports. With 66 albums to his name, the musician has …

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