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ZNA dismisses recruitment rumours

Auxilia Katongomara, Chronicle Reporter THE Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has dismissed social media messages saying it was embarking on a recruitment exercise starting next Monday. ZNA Public Relations Director, Lieutenant Colonel Alphios Makotore said the recruitment messages were false. He said the army was concerned about the continued misuse of …

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President hailed for rejecting SEZ Bill

President Mugabe Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau Chief PRESIDENT Mugabe has been hailed for refusing to sign into law the Special Economic Zones Bill that he said was anti-workers. He held steadfast in September last year against the Bill that had been passed by Parliament. Addressing members of the media and …

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Teachers’ body lends hand to Tsholotsho flood victims

Tanaka Mrewa, Chronicle Reporter   The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) and Eversharp have donated exercise books, pens, rulers mealie-meal, beans, sanitary pads and toiletries to Tsholotsho floods victims. The donations worth $6 000 were handed over to the beneficiaries on Tuesday. ZIMTA national executive member Mr Tapson Nganunu Sibanda, who …

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Cops’ $200 000 theft case stalls

Cynthia Dube, Court Reporter SIX police officers, among them four in charge of training at Ntabazinduna Training Depot, who allegedly stole more than $200 000 in projects funds, were yesterday removed from remand. Bulawayo Magistrate Mr Tinashe Tashaya removed the accused persons from remand to allow the State to put …

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Edgars invests in local designer talent

Business Reporter RETAIL Clothing giant Edgars Stores says it will continue investing in local designer talent development as part of efforts to impart skills and empower Zimbabweans. Edgars celebrates decades of clothing in Zimbabwe through giving an opportunity for the local industry in the clothing retail sector to continue operating. …

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