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Sekeramayi Chides Chamisa for Rejecting ED Victory

By Anna Chibamu Former Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi, who came within weeks of being declared successor by then President Robert Mugabe, on Monday castigated MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa for challenging his defeat to Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF in the just ended elections. Mugabe, on the eve of the …

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Erdogan lashes out at US as Turkey crisis deepens

Bill Van Auken Correspondent The value of the Turkish lira fell by another 10 percent on Monday as markets in Asia, Europe and the US declined on fears that contagion from Turkey’s crisis would spread to other emerging market economies as well as to European banks holding billions of dollars’ …

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Resident petitions council over 24-hour clinics

A BULAWAYO-BASED activist who has been lobbying council to open its clinics 24 hours a day has written to the local authority, requesting a meeting with management and incoming councillors as part of the campaign. By NQOBANI NDLOVU Khumbulani Maphosa on November 30 last year petitioned mayor Martin Moyo, town …

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Trade conflict is a lose-lose game

Fan Shenggen Correspondent After many years of rapid growth, serious trade tensions have emerged between the United States and China. Since open trade is key to avoiding significant economic and environmental costs and help ensuring food security and nutrition, the ongoing trade conflicts have the potential for disastrous outcomes, as …

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Siblings jailed 55 years each for housebreaking

TWO Gweru siblings were last week jailed to a combined 110 years after they were convicted of breaking into houses and stealing goods worth $50 000. BY STEPHEN CHADENGA Moses and Lucas Munemo of Ascot suburb had appeared before provincial magistrate, Pathekile Msipa, facing 92 counts of unlawful entry and …

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