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Govt, doctors talking at each other, and not to each other

THE doctors’ strike entered its third day yesterday, with the medical practitioners and the doctors talking at each other, but not to each other, further exacerbating the stalemate. Comment: NewsDay Editor Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa Doctors have legitimate concerns and it was ill-advised for Parirenyatwa Group of …

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Actor, political activist Ngwenya dies

TELEVISION actor and political activist, Agrippa Sikwata Ngwenya, has died. He was 80. BY OWN CORRESPONDENT Agrippa Ngwenya Ngwenya, who had not been well since last year, succumbed to hypertension and diabetes on February 13. He had a colourful acting career that saw him featuring as the character Khumalo in …

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Cremer hails debutants Burl, Ngarava

National cricket team captain Graeme Cremer has hailed Zimbabwe’s latest finds — batsman Ryan Burl and bowler Richard Ngarava — following their debut in the first of five one-day international (ODI) matches against Afghanistan at Harare Sports Club on Thursday. By Munyaradzi Madzokere Graeme Cremer Batsman Burl (22), whose impressive …

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Further remand for ‘Mugabe death’ pastor

INCARCERATED Kariba-based Remnant Church Pastor Patrick Philip Mugadza, who is alleged to have committed a criminal offence by saying that President Robert Mugabe would die on October 17 this year, was yesterday further remanded in custody to next Monday. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE The pastor did not physically appear in court …

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State alleges Mawarire embarrassed President in New York

THE National Prosecuting Authority yesterday claimed #This Flag and social media activist, Pastor Evan Mawarire, embarrassed President Robert Mugabe when the latter was attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York last year. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Mugabe’s embarrassment was included in the State outline on Mawarire’s charges of subverting …

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