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Modern Schools for Rural Areas

By Andrew Muvishi Government has started constructing 17 modern schools in rural areas courtesy of the $20 million provided by the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID). The programme is set to reduce the deficit of schools in the country, which currently stands at 2 000. Some of the 17 …

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The ultimate heroism Zim deserves

ZIMBABWE is commemorating the Heroes and Defence Forces holidays and it behoves us to reflect on the significance of the twin celebrations and in particular unpack the notion of heroism. Who is a hero? The heroes we celebrated yesterday provide an important yardstick: they represent the ultimate sacrifice of people …

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NBSZ Requires $20m Seed Capital

By Paidamoyo Chipunza The National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) requires $20 million for capitalisation within the next five years and around $10 million every year for its operations to continuously provide blood at almost zero cost to all recipients, newly elected board chairperson Mr Rogers Matsikidze has said. Responding to …

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Embracing, enhancing devolution

Nick Mangwana View from the Diaspora A new way of doing things is being inculcated in Zimbabwe. The narrative is very clear that we have to recall the political mode and deploy more economics and a policy discourse. So from now going forward this column is going to start unpacking …

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Mutendi Deplores Post-Election Violence

By Patrick Chitumba Zimbabweans must not be used by politicians or risk their lives so that greedy individuals assume political power. In an interview on the sidelines of the ZCC Defe Dopota Holy Land 42nd commemoration of the passing on of church founder Reverend Samuel Mutendi in Gokwe North yesterday, …

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