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Govt reads riot act on new laws

Government ministries have come under fire for reportedly sabotaging efforts to align the existing laws to the new Constitution by failing to identify and submit to the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs laws they want reviewed, a year after the new Government came into office. As a result, …

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Ebola claims affect tourism – Mzembi

ZIMBABWEANS should desist from making reckless and false statements about the alleged detection of Ebola as it tarnishes the country’s image as one of the best tourist destinations, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Engineer Walter Mzembi, has said. This follows reports in some sections of the media last Thursday that …

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West jealous of Zim-China ties

Western countries that imposed illegal economic sanctions on Zimbabwe, are threatened by China’s growing business ties with Zimbabwe and other African countries and are making spirited efforts to scuttle the Asian country’s deals through a media onslaught, Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Lin Lin has said. Responding to questions while …

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Trio jailed 9 years over pangolin

TWO Mutare men and their Mozambican accomplice were last Friday slapped with a nine-year jail term each for illegal possession of a pangolin. STAFF REPORTER Bernard Museka, Average Geza and Steven Banda were convicted on their own plea to charges of contravening section 45 (b) as read with section 128 …

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Unity of purpose crucial for economic turnaround: Gono

HARARE – Former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gideon Gono has called for unity of purpose if the country entertains any hopes of turning around the economy that is on a downward spiral. Speaking at a speech and prize-giving ceremony at Daramombe High School in Chikomba District at the …

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