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Electoral Amendment Bill sails through

The Electoral Amendment Bill sailed through Parliament yesterday and now awaits Presidential assent to become law. Senate passed the Bill last night without amendments after the National Assembly allowed the Bill to sail through last week following tension-filled proceedings. The Bill seeks to give legal effect to the Statutory Instrument on …

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Zim to regain bread basket status —ED

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday said Zimbabwe was on track to regain its bread basket status owing to the highly successful Command Agriculture Programme. Speaking at the burial of Sekuru Phineas Tagwirei, father to Sakunda Holdings director Mr Kudakwashe Tagwirei at the Tagwirei homestead here, President Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe kissed hunger goodbye …

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Parly Row As Zanu-PF MP Tells Committee Chair Mliswa Not to Rush Him

THERE was a show down in parliament this Monday between Mines committee chairperson Temba Mliswa and Kwekwe Central Member of Parliament Masango Matambanadzo over questions posed to the police’s Minerals Control Unit. The hearing sought to understand how diamonds were looted when the country had a specific unit constituted to …

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EU Film Festival Returns to Harare

THE European Union Film Festival returned to Harare this week for its second edition and kicked off this Tuesday at Theatre in The Park, running until the 19th of May. The festival will feature 11 internationally acclaimed movies, with at least two movies being screened every night for the five …

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Zimra Commits to Fighting Corruption

By The Herald Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Commissioner-General Ms Faith Mazani says the revenue authority is committed to fighting corruption within its administration and improve the ease of doing business in the country. Comm-Gen Mazani said the tax collector has put in place strategies to combat …

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Tobacco Sales Top 100 Million Kg

By The Herald Hind Siam Herald Reporter Over 100 million kilogrammes of tobacco worth $289,8 million have been sold by farmers since the opening of the season. The tobacco was sold at an average price of $2,87 per kilogramme. According to the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board latest statistics, there …

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A Farewell to Readers of My Column

By The Herald Sekai Nzenza on Wednesday OVER the past seven years, I have been coming here to my village in Chikomba East. Most of the time I am accompanied by my cousin Piri and my brother Sidney. Sometimes, my other cousin Reuben, the one who returned from Australia two …

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‘We Cannot Operate in Silos’

By The Herald We publish here the full text of the Address by the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Cde E. D. Mnangagwa at the Southern Africa Confederation of Agricultural Unions Annual Conference in Victoria Falls, May 14 2018. (Salutations) ON behalf …

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Envoys Upbeat On Free, Fair Elections

By The Herald Fidelis Munyoro and Nyemudzai Kakore THE United States of America is happy with progress made by the new administration in electoral law reforms and is looking forward to cementing its relations with Zimbabwe, USA charge d’ affairs to Zimbabwe Mrs Jenifer Savage said yesterday. Addressing the media …

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ZEC Sets Up Inspection Centres

By The Herald Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has established inspection and temporary registration centres for the inspection of the voters roll countrywide. The inspection and registration will run for 10 days beginning this Saturday. ZEC released a statement yesterday of the list of the inspection and …

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