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Ex-Jailbird Up for Murder

By Tendai Rupapa A Harare man, who together with a colleague stripped, gagged and tied the hands and legs of another with a rope before mutilating with a hacksaw last year, was on Monday back in court for allegedly killing two more people. He accused the other two of dating …

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Violence Mars Tsvangirai Burial

By Zvamaida Murwira Violence reared its ugly head at MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s burial here yesterday, with rowdy party youths threatening to torch a thatched hut in which the party’s co-vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe and secretary-general Mr Douglas Mwonzora had sought refuge after being assaulted. Quick reaction by …

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Harare Needs to Regulate, Not Ban Kombis

While most cities battle to figure out how to reduce use of private vehicles and enhance public transport in their city centres to cut back on congestion, Harare City Council has decided to do the exact opposite with its latest ill-advised and ill-thought out ban on kombis in the central …

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UZ to Introduce New Engineering Degree

University of Zimbabwe (UZ)’s Faculty of Engineering is expected to introduce an Honours Degree in Automotive Engineering as an addition to the seven engineering degrees that it offers. In a speech read on his behalf in Harare yesterday by an official from his office at the launch of the degree …

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The Birth of a Giant . . . VP Mohadi Officially Opens Yadah Marble

By Roselyne Sachiti “Yadah Marble factory shows what homegrown business acumen can deliver. It is indeed a great measure of national confidence.” Eight thousand people patiently stand in a queue which snakes from Simon Mazorodze Road towards Plymouth Road in Harare’s Southerton industrial area. Their conversations break the deathly silence …

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