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Zimbabwe: President’s Foreign Trips Pay Dividends

By Africa Moyo Deputy News Editor President Mnangagwa’s foreign trips have been fruitful as shown by results on the ground in the form of road projects, agriculture mechanisation and provision of quality health care, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Mr Nick Mangwana has said. …

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Zimbabwe: 14 Killed As Easter Accidents Increase

By The Herald, April 14 1993 THERE was a 54 percent increase in road accidents this Easter holiday compared to the same period last year. However, deaths dropped by 36 percent. Police yesterday said 14 people died and 239 others were injured in 304 road accidents throughout the country between …

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Zimbabwe: Marondera Gets $13,5m Devolution Funds

By Rutendo Rori Mashonaland East Correspondent   Marondera Municipality is working on stepping up service delivery and upgrading infrastructure after taking delivery of equipment sourced using devolution funds.   The council allocated was $8,1 million in 2019 and $5,4 million last year.   So far, council has purchased six water …

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Zimbabwe: Vaccination Uptake Surpasses 100 000 Mark

By Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Senior Health Reporter Over 100 000 Zimbabweans have heeded the call by Government to receive the free Covid-19 vaccination as part of efforts to control the pandemic. The number of vaccination centres has also been increased, resulting in less congestion, and the speedy processing of those wanting …

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Zimbabwe: Clinic Gets Us$27 000 for Infrastructure

By Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Senior Health Reporter Bangure Clinic in Buhera district has received over US$27 000 in the last seven years to rehabilitate its facilities under a results-based financing programme. The programme, funded by Crown Agents, is supported by the Health Development Fund covering 830 rural facilities across the country. …

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