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Beitbridge not prepared for disasters

BY REX MPHISA BEITBRIDGE residents have called on authorities to enhance the border town’s disaster preparedness after officials conceded that facilities were not up to scratch. Unless major improvements are done, the residents agreed in separate interviews, the lives of thousands of people and property valued at millions of dollars …

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Savage Saturday

BY FORTUNE MBELE FC Platinum are primed to launch an attack of some demonic intensity when they take on Horoya Athletic Club in a Group B match of the Caf Champions League at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon. Norman Mapeza’s side go into this match still winless after two matches and …

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Churches call for an end to Zim sanctions

CHURCHES have added their voice to the call for the lifting of travel and trade sanctions imposed by the West, claiming the embargo was hurting Zimbabweans, mostly the poor who are more vulnerable rather than their intended targets. BY Everson Mushava The call was made by businessman Jimayi Muduvuri, who …

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BCC introduces 36-hour water-rationing

THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has introduced a 36-hour water-rationing schedule citing low levels in the city’s reservoirs and supply dams, highlighting the acuteness of the water problems in Zimbabwe’s second biggest city. BY NQOBANI NDLOVU The local authority began implementing the day-and-a half water-rationing regime yesterday, a day after …

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Strive Masiyiwa Elected to National Geographic Society Board of Trustees

Strive Masiyiwa Elected to National Geographic Society Board of Trustees NEWS PROVIDED BYNational Geographic Society  SHARE THIS ARTICLE WASHINGTON, Jan. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The National Geographic Society today announced the election of Strive Masiyiwa to its board of trustees. Masiyiwa is the founder and chairman of the Econet Group, a telecommunications, media and technology company with …

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Choose life; declare today that you are curse-free

Bishop B.Manjoro DunamisLife is likened to a blessing, and curse is likened to death. When you are blessed even if you don’t have a guava tree, you can still get guavas because you want them. The blessing attracts and empowers to succeed. The curse destroys and empowers to fail. Deuteronomy …

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‘Army warned us not to reveal attacks’

BY NQOBANI NDLOVU Leo Ncube, Kelvin Dube and Courage Bester Mkandla revealed that they endured severe beatings at the hands of soldiers who apprehended them before handing them over to the police on charges of illegally possessing 39 grammes of crystal methaphethami. The incident took place on January 23, while …

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Youths Urged to Take Up Technical Skills

By Lawrence Chitumba Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Deputy Minister Yeukai Simbanegavi has slammed youths for being willing tools of politicians to further their political ambitions instead of enrolling at vocational training centres to acquire technical skills. Speaking during the Chaminuka Vocational Training Centre Tobacco Field Day last weekwhere 165 …

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