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Malaria cases drop

Fortunate Gora Mash West Correspondent Malaria cases in Zimbabwe are steadily decreasing following Government’s implementation of a seven-pronged national plan to reduce the disease’s burden in the country. Incidents of the disease have declined over the years from 1,5 million to two million cases per year in the early 2000, …

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Football, African players and racist commentary

James Yeku Correspondent I love listening to white men, especially old white men, talk about black athletes during major global sporting events. I have been following the kind of language white pundits use during FIFA World Cups and Olympic Games for years, so I am well aware of their fascination …

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Cold spell affects Midlands crops

Grace Nyoni Midlands Reporter Farmers from different districts in the Midlands Province have reported that their crops have been hit by the cold spell experienced recently. In an interview yesterday, an agronomist under Charter Seeds Starke Ayres Ms Celina Sakupwanya said most of winter horticultural crops this season were seriously …

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Power outages affect water supplies

Midlands Correspondent Gweru Mayor Councillor Charles Chikozho says there is urgent need for the city to have a dedicated power line to Gwenhoro Dam to curb erratic water supplies. Cllr Chikozho said water shortages affecting the town were mainly due to the fact that the power line to Gwenhoro Dam …

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Carving out a living in an era of hope

Rumbidzai Ngwenya Features Writer “I am doing well as an entrepreneur and do not dream of working for anyone. I hope that the Government in the ‘Zimbabwe is open for business’ era will help capable people like me to boost our businesses, grow our companies and create more employment. “There …

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