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Don’t Evict Tenants, Council Warned

By Nyore Madzianike Zanu-PF aspiring candidate for Mutare Central constituency Dr Nancy Saungweme has said she will take legal action against Mutare City Council in the event that it evicts Sakubva residents who fail to renew their leases at the end of the month. Cde Saungweme said evicting residents from …

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Lessons for Politicians From Lord Carrington

As government continues to reengage the international community to ensure Zimbabwe takes its rightful position in the community of nations, we cannot help, but spare a thought for Lord Carrington, the former British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, who died on Monday aged 99. Even as we …

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Rebels Automatically Expelled Themselves – Zanu-PF Leadership

By George Maponga The Zanu-PF leadership here has said two rebels who are contesting the July 30 harmonised elections as independent parliamentary candidates for Chiredzi West and Masvingo North constituencies, have automatically expelled themselves from the party. Incumbent Chiredzi West legislator Mr Darlington Chiwa and businessman Mr Pascal Mudzikisi defied …

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President Descends On Mat North

By Nduduzo Tshuma President Mnangagwa today visits Matabeleland North Province where he is scheduled to distribute cattle under the Command Livestock Programme in Jotsholo before addressing a Zanu-PF rally at Somhlolo Stadium in Lupane. Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs Minister Cde Cain Mathema said the province was ready to receive President …

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Star FM Turns Six

By Beatrice Tonhodzayi Six years ago on June 25 at exactly 12 noon; the song “Indestructible” by Pastor G went booming across the airwaves. A group of men and women were gathered in the main lobby as this momentous occurrence happened. Many of us were in tears while others had …

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Paying for Water Guarantees Availability

The nexus between paying for water and water availability is usually missed when people discuss matters to do with water resources management. The largely held misconception is that since water is a natural resource, it can always be available as long as the requirements for a full and proper water …

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Polls Offer Chance to Turn Over New Leaf

By Marcus Mushonga Harare — THE first elections to be held without longtime leader, Robert Mugabe, presents Zimbabwe an opportunity to rid itself of the culture of serious human rights violations. This is according to human rights groups as the country with a history of mass killing s, torture and …

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Postal Voting Underway – ZEC

By Felex Share and Freeman Razemba Postal voting for the July 30 harmonised elections is underway around the country as the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has dispatched ballots to all those eligible to vote under the system, the electoral body’s acting chief elections officer Mr Utoile Silaigwana said yesterday. He …

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Horror Crash Victims Named

Police have named 10 people who were killed when a Chinhoyi-bound Nissan Caravan and a haulage truck collided head-on at Mapinga along the Harare-Chirundu Highway on Tuesday night. One of the passengers sustained serious injuries. Mapinga is near the Great Dyke Pass. Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba …

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