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ZEC conducts BVR tests

Justice Makarau Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission yesterday conducted field tests at Mabvuku High School for the Biometric Voter Registration kits from the two companies bidding to supply the kits ahead of next year’s harmonised elections. The companies bidding to supply the kits are Dermalog Identification Systems from …

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Zim-Nam commits to cooperation

Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter Zimbabwe and Namibia should implement cooperation agreements signed between the two countries and make necessary adjustments taking into account emerging issues and areas where there is little interest, Foreign Affairs Secretary Ambassador Joey Bimha, has said. Officially opening the Eighth Session of the Zimbabwe-Namibia Joint Permanent Commission …

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Mass burial for 3 bus crash victims

Munyaradzi Musiiwa Midlands Correspondent Three of the 21 victims of the accident that occurred when a South Africa-bound Proliner Bus side-swiped a haulage truck and caught fire along the Harare-Beitbridge Highway three weeks ago will be buried in a mass grave after pathologists failed to identify them. Government pathologists and forensic …

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CAPS United skipper drives without licence

Moses Muchenje Fungai Lupande Court Reporter CAPS United captain Moses Muchenje reportedly drove a vehicle without a driver’s licence before being involved in an accident and disappearing from the scene. Muchenje (25) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Chitumba yesterday for violating traffic regulations. He faces charges of driving without a licence, …

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Sweden, Unicef sign funding pact

Lionel Depute Herald Reporter The Swedish government has signed a funding agreement worth $773 000 with Unicef, that will see the creation of employment for young Zimbabweans. The funding is meant to scale up the Global Innovations Hub set up to ignite creative ideas and unlock young people’s potential to environmental …

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