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Councils require $2,3bn for water, sewer rehab

Innocent Ruwende in Bulawayo The country’s 32 urban local authorities require an investment of at least $2,3 billion in water, wastewater and solid waste management to ease water woes in most councils and to replace aged sewer infrastructure, which is contributing to outbreaks in water-borne diseases like cholera and typhoid. …

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Minister explains wheat shortage

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter At  least 980 National Railways of Zimbabwe wagons had been loaded with wheat as of yesterday and most of them were now docked at millers as Government moves to ease the shortage of the cereal grain, a Cabinet minister has said. In an interview yesterday, Transport …

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New Anthology Seeks to Empower Girls

By Beaven Tapureta The three-genre anthology “Passage of Life” (2018) by new writer Tabeth Ruvarashe Manyonga was launched recently in Harare. “Passage of Life” is an anthology imbued with a menu of 48 poems, five short stories and a play, with many of the pieces having a deep concern for …

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Rural Women, Agric in Zimbabwe

By Danai Chirawu On the 15th of October 2018, the world commemorated the International Day of the Rural Woman under the theme “sustainable infrastructure, services and social protection for gender equality and empowerment of rural women and girls.” It is important that along with all the other days which are …

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Wedding Bells Chime for Mai Titi

By Vongai Mbara Despite her previous sad love story that she has often emotionally shared on social media, comedienne Mai Titi is ready to turn a new leaf. Wedding bells are chiming as the comedienne, whose real name is Felistas Murata, prepares to walk down the aisle with her long-time …

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