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Concourt endorses Khupe’s recall from Parliament

Fungai Lupande Senior Court Reporter THE Constitutional Court (Concourt) has dismissed Dr Thokozani Khupe’s application challenging her expulsion from Parliament in April last year. Dr Khupe, who was an MDC-T Proportional Representation Member of Parliament, was expelled from the august House after Mr Nelson Chamisa wrote to National Assembly Speaker …

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VP Mohadi tours new healthcare facility

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter |A Government delegation led by Vice President Kembo Mohadi yesterday visited one of the capital’s latest healthcare facilities to appreciate first-hand, efforts being made by the private sector in complementing health service delivery. The Vice President Mohadi was accompanied by Health and Child Care Minister …

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Cancer: My story, not my obituary Part 5

Sihlesenkosi Mkondo Features Correspondent Growing up, I wasn’t good in athletics, so I turned my love to books and the library. I never stopped participating minimally though, playing hockey and doing field activities such as throwing the javelin and the discus. Later on in my adult life, I discovered the …

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ZETDC loses $4m cables, accessories to criminals

Crime Reporter ZESA Holdings subsidiary, the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), has lost $4 million worth of power cables and other components to criminals in the first eight months of 2019. Zesa spokesperson Mr Fullard Gwasira confirmed the theft, saying during the period under review, ZETDC lost 169 …

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Mixed feelings over Zupco buses

Blessings Chidhakwa Herald Correspondent New Zupco urban services are working and more buses are being assigned, but the fleet is still inadequate so almost every bus on every route will fill to overflowing at the onset of each trip, and even then passengers have to queue at the base station, …

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Pro-IP attitude critical: Ziyambi

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The National Intellectual Property Policy shows Zimbabwe’s readiness for a knowledge-based economy, Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has said. Minister Ziyambi said this while officially opening the three-day conference on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Value addition for Business Competitiveness and Sustainable Development in …

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Chiefs’ spouses hail First Lady

Tendai Rupapa in KADOMA SPOUSES of chiefs and headmen from Mashonaland West Province, who took part in a two-day training workshop to promote healthy living and development in communities are reinvigorated and ready to put into practice what they learnt. The workshop, which ended here yesterday, is a brainchild of …

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7m register for food aid

From George Maponga in Masvingo Seven million Zimbabweans in both urban and rural areas have been registered for food aid. In 23 districts, vulnerable households are already getting a 50kg bag of maize a month plus a grant of $100 to $250 depending on the size of the family. The …

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Council nurses trickle to work

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter Harare Municipal medical staff are trickling to work following engagements between representatives and the municipality, which has seen October salaries paid on Wednesday and commitments for a salary review. By yesterday, all council clinics had re-opened, but manned by few nurses. Speaking to The Herald, …

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Govt suspends 11 pensions officers

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Reporter The Government Pensions Office has suspended 11 workers suspected of making payments to ghost workers and fast-tracking payouts to favoured individuals. The 11 officers were sent home to pave way for investigations and they face prosecution or dismissal from employment if found guilty of improper conduct. …

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