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Vote wisely, says Muchinguri-Kashiri

Michael Magoronga Midlands Correspondent President Mnangagwa should be voted into power to allow him time to complete his economic turnaround projects, chief among them eradication of economic sanctions, as the country drives towards re-engagement, Zanu-PF national chairman Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri has said. Cde Muchinguri-Kashiri said this while addressing party supporters …

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Canada Prime Minister Appoints Zim Immigrant and New Senator

AMONG the recent appointments to the Senate of Canada is that of Dr. Mohamed-Iqbal Ravalia, an immigrant from Zimbabwe who immigrated to Canada in 1984 to flee the African country’s civil unrest. The family physician settled in Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador, with his wife, Dianne, and their two sons, Adam …

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Will Zec deliver a credible election?

AS Zimbabwe hurtles towards one of its most defining elections since majority rule 38 years ago, questions abound on whether the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) will at last deliver a credible poll. By RICHARD CHIDZA The poll management body insists it is ready and thus far has broken no rules …

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Women petition Gweru City Council

Locadia Mavhudzi Midlands Correspondent Women in Gweru, under the umbrella organisation of the Women’s Coalition, have petitioned the MDC-T- led Gweru City Council over various service delivery concerns. The petition which was signed by over 5 000 women led to the city council engaging the leadership of the women’s group …

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Major facelift for Sanyati Road

Blessings Chidakwa in Kadoma GOVERNMENT has partnered Sanyati Rural District Council to construct a 100-kilometre dual carriageway that is expected to spur economic activity in the predominantly cotton farming and gold mining area. The initiative will see the replacement of the damaged strip road, which has not been repaired in …

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