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MDC Alliance Too Broke to Pay for Ads

By Zvamaida Murwira The MDC Alliance led by Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday admitted it was struggling to raise money to pay for advertising slots availed by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation on both radio and television. The opposition coalition now risks forfeiting the slots to other political parties the allocated airtime, …

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10 Die in Harare-Chirundu Road Accident Tagged:

At least 10 people died last night while several others were injured when a Chinhoyi-bound Nissan Caravan commuter omnibus burst a tyre and veered off the road at Mapinga, Great Dyke Pass along the Harare-Chirundu highway. According to unconfirmed reports the passengers were going for a funeral in Chinhoyi’s Hunyani …

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Outlines Beitbridge’s strategic economic role

Levi Mukarati in Zhovhe, Beitbridge Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said the heavy presence of the country’s top leadership in Matabeleland South province yesterday, for two important complimentary activities, is a realisation that Beitbridge is a special and strategic economic hub. The Vice President said a boost in economic activity …

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More jobs coming: ED

Farirai Machivenyika in Beitbridge PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday said Government has embarked on a number of economic initiatives expected to create employment and address the liquidity crisis bedevilling the country. Addressing Zanu-PF supporters at Dulivhadzimu Stadium in Beitbridge, President Mnangagwa said the commissioning of the upgrading and modernisation of the Beitbridge …

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Zec beefs up voters’ roll

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has pulled another shocker by adding new names on its biometric voters’ roll (BVR) weeks after releasing what it claimed was the final version. BY BLESSED MHLANGA In its latest update, Zec said the BVR contained 5 695 706 eligible voters. But the BVR released …

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Judge reserves ruling

HIGH Court judge Justice Clement Phiri yesterday reserved judgment in a case where two prisoners sought to be granted the right to vote in the month-end polls. BY CHARLES LAITON Two jailed MDC-T activists Tungamirai Madzokere and Last Maengahama, who are serving a 20-year prison term each for killing a …

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Residents voice concern

THE Harare Residents Trust (HRT) says it has received complaints from residents that are fed up with electing visiting councillors who immediately relocate to western suburbs where they are allocated stands once elected into office. The trust’s director Precious Shumba urged residents to scrutinise candidates for ward councilors carefully before …

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Foot-n-mouth outbreak in Kwekwe, Redcliff

A foot-and-mouth disease outbreak has been reported in Kwekwe and parts of Redcliff in the Midlands Province, with several cases having been detected in surrounding farms. Acting Midlands provincial veterinary officer Dr Samson Manatsa confirmed the outbreak which was detected last week. A team of veterinary services officers is on …

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