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Illegal price hikes: Govt taking action

Felex Share Senior Reporter Government is strengthening its policies and resource support through the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) to stabilise prices and cushion workers from businesses bent on profiteering, a Cabinet minister has said. In a statement to mark Workers’ Day yesterday, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Sekai …

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Tammy reflects on upbringing in new single

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Rising afro-pop musician Thamsanqa “Tammy” Moyo is reflecting on her upbringing in new single titled “Kwandinobva” scheduled for release this Friday. The 21-year-old musician — who has been high-riding with several hits dating back from her teenage days — said the song chronicles her upbringing. “Kwandinobva …

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Towards ‘The Africa We Want’

Kizito Sikuka Correspondent Africa is determined to achieve socio-economic transformation to “the Africa we want”, and to be advanced, developed, empowered, inspired, independent and united by 2063. These qualities are contained in Agenda 2063 — a continental strategic framework adopted by the African Union (AU) in 2013 to optimise the …

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Chitukutuku haunts Yadah, again

HERENTALS coach Kumbirai Mutiwekuziva hailed his charges’ character after second half substitute Tafadzwa Chitukutuku scored a last-gasp equaliser to ensure a share of spoils in this tense Premiership derby at Rufaro yesterday. Kelvin Bingala scored the other goal for Mutiwekuziva’s side which had to twice come from behind after finding …

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Rights commission probes Passport Office

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter The Registrar-General’s Office is co-operating with the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission in its inquiries into allegations of delays in the issuance of passports and national identification documents. The investigations come after members of the public complained that the department was taking time to process passports and …

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Undemocratic ‘democrats’

Reason Wafwarova on Monday Over the years, the US-backed and Western-sponsored opposition politics in our country has been in many ways a replay of Washington’s mindless games that started soon after the declaration of the American Century at the end of the Second World War. There is nothing new in …

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Africa must fight for Saharawi’s freedom

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday returned from Pretoria in South Africa where he was attending the Sadc Solidarity Conference with the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). The SADR has been on the agenda of the United Nations since 1963 when the territory, known then as Spanish Sahara, was placed on the UN …

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‘THIS ONE IS FOR YOU ZIMBABWE’

Tadious Manyepo and Ellina Mhlanga EMOTIONAL Warriors yesterday dedicated their win over Congo which secured them a passage to the African Cup of Nations finals in Egypt to victims of Cyclone Idai which has so far claimed the lives of over 200 people and displaced thousands. The Warriors wore black …

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Chivayo Acquitted of U.S.$5.6m ZPC Fraud

By Fidelis Munyoro Harare businessman Wicknell Chivayo has been acquitted of a $5,6 million fraud charge in a botched Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) solar project deal after the High Court ruled that charges were contrived and properly excepted to. Chivayo had approached the higher court challenging the magistrates’ court decision …

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Diamond Musica headlines Francophonie Week

Kundai Marunya Arts Correspondent Locally-based Congolese rhumba music outfit Diamond Musica is headlining this year’s Francophonie Cultural Festival, with a performance scheduled for Alliance Francaise and Chez Zandi Restaurant on Saturday. The week-long annual festival in celebration of cultural diversity which spans the French-speaking countries present in Zimbabwe including Belgium, …

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