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Anxiety as ED ‘visits’ RBZ

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa made two surprise visits to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe on Tuesday, which generated a lot of anxiety among staff and the public after he spent a combined four hours at the apex bank before and after his State of the Nation Address as authorities grapple with …

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Zim commissions first eco-school

MINISTER of Primary and Secondary Education, Paul Mavima on Wednesday commissioned a new model eco-school, the first of its kind in the country at St Mary’s Primary School in Hwange. BY TINASHE MUNGAZI The Catholic Church-run rural school, which benefitted from an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) programme by World …

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Cops, vendors clash

VIOLENCE rocked Harare yesterday as police and vendors fought running battles as informal traders resisted efforts by government and council to remove them from the central business district as part of measures to control the spread of cholera. BY KUDZAI MUCHENJEKWA/ BLESSED MHLANGA Harare is at the epicentre of the …

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Residents petition court over demolitions

NINE residents of Budiriro 4 in Harare have petitioned the High Court seeking an order to interdict the local authority from demolishing their houses. BY CHARLES LAITON Through their lawyers, Manyurureni and Company, the residents filed an urgent chamber application on September 17, citing the City of Harare and Local …

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Zesa, TelOne thieves jailed 10 years each

Five Harare men were on Wednesday jailed to 10 years each for stealing Zesa and telecommunication cables in the city. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Tawanda Mutekedzi (28), Paul Chisano (22), George Chimbutira (27), Stanley Muvirimi (20) and Enock Machoni (21), who were facing charges of contravening the Electricity Act and Postal …

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