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Hurungwe Folk Enlist Bees to Fight Deforestation

Forests in Hurungwe and other parts of Zimbabwe are under attack from illegal logging gangs and charcoal extraction. But the battle against deforestation has a helpful ally: the bee. Though it could soon be facing a fight of its own, some Hurungwe folks are now increasingly enlisting it for a …

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More Endorsements for ED Presidency

By Felex Share Persons living with disabilities yesterday said they would rally behind President Mnangagwa in the July 30 harmonised elections to consolidate gains achieved under the new dispensation. There are over 50 organisations representing people with disabilities (PWDs) with a combined membership of more 1,2 million people. The organisations’ …

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Chamisa Bound to Lose the 2018 Presidential Race

By Elijah Chihota Politics is not for the faint-hearted as it needs someone who has the requisite stamina to captivate the electorate without insulting anyone. It is a game for the politically astute and shrewd strategists. If MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa was to be put to the political …

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LIVE BLOG: PRESIDENT IN GWANDA

1600: Zanu-PF Matabeleland South province gives President Mnangagwa a gift of two bulls to bring an end to proceedings here. Thank you for joining us. 1559: “Let’s forget about what happened in the primary elections because we are now going to vote for ZANU-PF, not an individual. I am happy …

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Déjà Vu Over Fragmented Opposition

By Kudzai Kuwaza The failure by opposition parties to form a grand coalition against the ruling Zanu PF in the July 30 make-or-break general elections is a stark reminder that the more things change the more they stay the same. Plans to form a broad electoral alliance dubbed the Grand …

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More endorsements for ED presidency

Felex Share Senior Reporter Persons living with disabilities yesterday said they would rally behind President Mnangagwa in the July 30 harmonised elections to consolidate gains achieved under the new dispensation. There are over 50 organisations representing people with disabilities (PWDs) with a combined membership of more 1,2 million people. The …

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We’ll write a new Constitution: Madhuku

Tichaona Zindoga Political Editor Professor Lovemore Madhuku says he will lead a process to write a new, “people-driven” Constitution to replace the current one which was a product of negotiation between Zimbabwe’s main political parties, zanu-pf and MDC formations in 2013. Prof Madhuku, a law lecturer at the University of …

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Chaos Mar ZEC Multiparty Liaison Meeting

A multiparty liaison committee meeting organized by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to interface with political parties and iron out the contentious issue around the around voters roll today degenerated into chaos after an opposition #1980 Freedom Movement party member Francis Danha disrupted proceedings demanding the resignation of election management …

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President heads to Phelandaba

Chronicle Reporters ALL is set for President Mnangagwa’s visit to Gwanda today, with Matabeleland South Province making final preparations yesterday. He will launch the Command Livestock Programme at Gwanda Show Grounds and address a star rally at Phelandaba Stadium. The provincial development committee chaired by the Provincial Affairs Minister Abednico …

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