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Zimbabwe: Bako Returns With a Bang

By Collin Matiza Sports Editor AFTER spending almost two months sitting idle in South Africa, Zimbabwe’s junior motocross champion rider, Emmanuel Bako, was back on the track on Saturday. Motocross racing in South Africa was postponed indefinitely, towards the end of June, due to the surge of Covid-19 cases, especially …

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Zimbabwe: Jittery Chinamasa Bans Zanu-PF DCC Co-Options

By James Muonwa FACED with crippling in-fighting in the aftermath of divisive district coordinating committees (DCCs) elections held last December, Zanu PF has, with immediate effect, banned co-options into the organ. The party also banned the passing of votes of no confidence on all elected officials as it tries to …

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Zimbabwe: National Dress to Lift Identity, Pride

By Elita Chikwati The new national dress was endorsed by President Mnangagwa who sees it fostering a sense of patriotism, national identity, sovereignty and pride among Zimbabweans. First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa officially launched the national fabric in Harare yesterday at the provincial level and the event was embraced by …

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Zimbabwe’s Road to Independence

By Walter Muchinguri Senior Researcher & Writer, Zimpapers Knowledge Centre 1200-1600s: Rise and decline of the Monomotapa Empire, which was associated with the Great Zimbabwe Monument, believed to have been involved in gold mining and international trade. 1830s: Ndebele people fleeing Zulu wars and Boer invasion in present-day South Africa …

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Zimbabwe: 10 000ha Earmarked for Urban Housing

Conrad Mupesa — The Government will acquire 10 000 hectares of land for urban housing development between now and 2025 to address the housing backlog, Minister of State for Presidential Affairs and Monitoring Implementation of Government Programmes, Dr Joram Gumbo has said. He said this yesterday after touring Karoi Town …

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Zimbabwe: Interpol Red Flags Online Vaccines

By Freeman Razemba The International Criminal Police Organisations (Interpol) has issued a global alert to law enforcement agencies in its 194-member states against online alleged Covid-19 vaccines and treatments scams after conducting recent operations in China and South Africa. Interpol enables police in member countries to work together to fight …

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Southern Africa: SADC Zeroes in On Mozambique

By Joseph Madzimure The impact of the Mozambican insurgents is a concern to the whole SADC region and appropriate action will be taken by regional leaders to remedy the situation, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Professor Amon Murwira said. This comes as President Mnangagwa and other regional …

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