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Zimbabwe: 25 Killed in Accidents Nationwide

At least 25 people were killed in separate road traffic accidents countrywide since last week, with 18 of them perishing during the Heroes and Defence Forces holidays mostly as a result speeding, misjudgement and overtaking errors. The other seven died in accidents that did not occur during the holiday period. …

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Zimbabwe: Young Women Rallied to Participate in Economy

By Rumbidzayi Zinyuke First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa has challenged young women to actively participate in economic activities that will uplift their lives while at the same time rebuilding the country’s economy towards an upper middle income economy status. The First Lady, through her Angel of Hope Foundation, has been …

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Zimbabwe Reaches Major Milestone With First Oxygen Plant

By Cletus Mushanawani and Mukudzei Chingwere The multi-million dollar medical oxygen and industrial gas plant at Feruka in Mutare, with capacity to meet national needs as well as exporting to neighbouring countries, will be commissioned today by President Mnangagwa. The oxygen plant will among other needs, meet the demand for …

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Zimbabwe: Econet’s Akello Launches Digital Learning Platform

By Michael Tome ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe subsidiary, Akello, has launched a digital learning platform to broaden access to learning opportunities for millions of school children across Africa. The facility intends to increase access to education across sub-Saharan Africa and level up the digital learning field by offering products that target …

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Zimbabwe: MPs Grill Fidelity Printers Bosses Over Gold Leakages

By Anna Chibamu MPs who constitute parliament’s mines committee Monday took Fidelity Printers managers to task over poor management of the central bank subsidiary following rampant gold leakages in the country. The MPs felt the money printing department was sitting on its laurels when the precious stone was being spirited …

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