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Zimbabwe: ‘Hygiene Key in Pandemic Fight’

By Mukudzei Chingwere Government has said poor hygiene largely seen in public spaces of most urban areas is a threat to a successful fight against Covid-19. Zimbabwe has won plaudits from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for the way it has responded to the global pandemic. Deputy Minister of Health …

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Zimbabwe: Concern Over Cotton Price

As concerns continue growing over cotton price for this season, Government may come up with a subsidy to cushion the merchants and encourage farmers to continue planting, a senior official has said. Agricultural and Marketing Authority (AMA) chief executive Mr Clever Isaya, said yesterday that the Government would maintain the …

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Zimbabwe: Mapaya Leaps to Big 12 Gold Medal

By Collin Matiza ZIMBABWE’S United States-based star triple jumper, Chengetayi “Du” Mapaya. once again stole the limelight during the Big 12 Indoor Championship at Texas Tech’s Sports Centre at the weekend. He overshadowed his fellow Texas Christian University athletes when he picked up another gold medal. According to reports from …

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Zimbabwe: Eyestone Residents Get Clean Water

By Precious Manomano Residents of Eyestone Farm in Waterfalls now have water following the drilling of a borehole by Trek Petroleum after Harare City Council failed to supply them with water. Harare South legislator, Cde Tongai Mnangagwa, who officially commissioned the borehole, urged other local companies to emulate Trek Petroleum. …

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Zimbabwe: Alpha Ndega Gets His Groove Back After Hiatus

By Tafadzwa Zimoyo With a music career spanning 20 years, albeit with breaks in-between, Australian-based Zimbabwean Chris Nkomera seems to have found his groove back, judging by his experience in a foreign land and how he has managed to have collaborations with some of the popular musician locally. Nkomera, affectionately …

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Zimbabwe: Statement On Revised Lockdown

DOCUMENT Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (VISET) welcomes the relaxation of COVID-19 regulations by President E.D.Mnangagwa in his address to the nation. We also back the President in his call to guard against complacency lest the nation loses ground in the fight against the pandemic. For the informal …

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Zimbabwe: First Lady Donates Hospital Beds

By Herald Reporters FIRST Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa, through her Angel of Hope Foundation has donated specialised beds to hospitals in Bulawayo, Midlands, Masvingo, Mashonaland East and Mashonaland Central provinces as she spearheads efforts to ensure medical facilities are well-equipped to improve patient care. The First Lady is the country’s health …

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Zimbabwe: Tobacco Farmers Expect More Forex

By Elita Chikwati Agriculture Reporter Preparations for the 2021 tobacco marketing season are at an advanced stage, with tobacco growers expecting improved earnings. Farmers want an increase in foreign currency retention from 50 percent to between 70 percent and 80 percent. In the 2020 tobacco marketing season, farmers were paid …

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