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Byo man stabs girlfriend’s ex thrice

Tanaka Mrewa, Court Reporter A MAN from Cowdray Park suburb in Bulawayo was yesterday arraigned for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend thrice. Ntabiso Mpofu (33) was not asked to plead to an attempted murder charge when he appeared before Western commonage magistrate Mr Lungile Ncube. He was remanded in custody …

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Malaria deaths spike in 2017

Thandeka Moyo, Health Reporter MALARIA related deaths increased from 65 to 116 countrywide in the first two months of 2017 compared to the same period last year. Matabeleland North provincial medical director Dr Nyasha Masuka said the 116 malaria deaths were recorded in January and February this year. “In 2015 …

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Missing man dead in river

Whinsley Masara, Chronicle Reporter A 50-YEAR-OLD man from Beitbridge who went missing for four days was found floating in a nearby river in a village. Henson Tshaka of Nare Village under chief Sitaudze was reported missing by his relative Mr Micha Zulu whom he lived with. Mr Zulu and other …

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Zim sets basis to repay $1.7bn external debt

Minister Patrick Chinamasa Business Editor ZIMBABWE has met all the conditions precedent to the repayment of debt arrears to the World Bank and the African Development Bank (AfDB), Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. In an update on the country’s re-engagement programme with the international finance bodies, …

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Namibia to emulate Zim on land

President Hage Geingob Zvamaida Murwira, Harare Bureau Visiting Namibian President Hage Geingob has said he will use the opportunity to learn how to embark on an agrarian revolution, following Zimbabwe’s successful land reform programme. He said Namibia would convene a second land conference in September to discuss with whites who …

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DA to report Mbalula over Zim comments

The Democratic Alliance wants to report Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to the SA Human Rights Commission for the comments he made about former Zimbabwean soldiers illegally entering the country to rob and kill. DA Gauteng leader John Moodey said Mbalula’s comments were a consequence of bad leadership. He said the …

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A’Zambezi River Lodge: Standing the test of time

Isdore Guvamombe Tourism Matrix A’Zambezi River Lodge in Victoria Falls is stunning in every detail. Riverine trees sway in the cool Zambezi River breeze. Sand and hued flowing water sparkles alluringly under the silhouette tropical sunset. On the lodge lawn, warthogs graze on bended front legs, as if they ordered the …

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‘Talk openly about HIV/Aids’

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter Namibian First Lady Monica Geingos has called for open and frank dialogue between young people and adults on issues affecting youths, including adolescence and HIV and Aids. She made the call yesterday at the Women’s University in Africa campus in Manresa while addressing youths, including university and …

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Hundreds console Ntuliki family

Richard Muponde and Mashudu Netsianda Hundreds of mourners thronged Mkwidzi Secondary School in Gwanda yesterday to console the family of national hero and late Assistant Director in the Office of the President, Cde Zenzo Ntuliki. Cde Ntuliki (58) died last Friday at Mater Dei Hospital and was declared a national hero. He …

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Land reform: Namibia to trace Zim footsteps

President Mugabe shares a toast with his Namibian counterpart President Hage Geingob during a banquet at State House on Wednesday. – (Picture by Innocent Makawa) Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Visiting Namibian President Hage Geingob has said he will use the opportunity to learn how to embark on an agrarian revolution, following …

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