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Do Your Job, Do It Well, Says Matanga

Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga has challenged officers to continue working hard as part of efforts to gain public trust and confidence countrywide. He said senior officers should motivate their subordinates to connect and interact with the communities they police. Comm-Gen Matanga said this while addressing newly-promoted senior officers in Harare …

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Health rights groups raise red flag over free renal services

COMMUNITY Working Group on Health executive director Itai Rusike has called on government to craft a sustainable funding mechanism in order to provide effective and consistent free renal services at public hospitals. BY TINOTENDA MUNYUKWI Itai Rusike Rusike told NewsDay yesterday that while they commended government’s move to provide free …

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Econet Replaces Delta As ZSE Heavyweight

By Enacy Mapakame Mobile operator Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Limited is now the biggest company on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) by market capitalisation at $3,108 billion as of Friday last week, replacing Delta Corporation Limited from its long held position. In January 2016, Econet dropped two places to fourth on …

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Mphoko yet to receive pension

FORMER Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko is yet to receive his pension, despite government undertaking to settle it four months ago. BY XOLISANI NCUBE Mphoko’s lawyer Welshman Ncube said his client, who still has his State security aides and government vehicles, has not yet been paid his monthly benefits, despite the State …

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Mudariki blow for Sables

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor ZIMBABWE have been dealt a blow to their preparations for their must-win Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash against Uganda in Kampala on Saturday, with the Mudariki brothers Hilton and Farai ruled out of the showdown. The Sables left Harare at midday yesterday for the match …

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