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‘Chamisa, Khupe don’t want Mujuru’

THE fractured MDC-T has been plunged into fresh turmoil with deputy presidents Mr Nelson Chamisa and Ms Thokozani Khupe said to be strongly opposed to having floundering National People’s Party leader Dr Joice Mujuru as deputy leader of a touted opposition coalition. Party insiders told our Harare Bureau that while …

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SA wary of Tyson-Malema ties

Minister Kasukuwere Harare Bureau SOUTH Africa’s ruling ANC wants Zimbabwe to rein in Zanu-PF National Political Commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere over his alleged links with Mr Julius Malema, it has emerged. Our Harare Bureau understands the ANC caught onto liaisons between Minister Kasukuwere and the South African opposition leader last …

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Khami water goes on sale

THE Zimbabwe Power Company will pay 39 percent less of what they were paying the Bulawayo City Council for treated potable water for the reclaimed water it will draw from Khami Dam that will be used for power generation at the Bulawayo Power Station. At the moment, ZPC is buying …

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Matobo gets $20 000 for roads rehab

Amanda Ncube, Sunday News Reporter MATOBO Rural District Council (RDC) has sourced more than $20 000 to rehabilitate roads that were destroyed by the heavy rains that the country received during the summer season. In an interview, Matobo RDC chief executive officer Mr Elvis Sibanda said the council has embarked …

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NGO expands viral load testing services

VICTORIA Falls-based non-governmental organisation, Beat Aids Project of Zimbabwe has expanded its viral load testing services to non-clinical sites in the districts of Matabeleland North and South as part of efforts to reduce morbidity and mortality through rapid interventions. Zimbabwe is now using the World Health Organisation recommended viral load …

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