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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Winning culture must continue

Cde Joosbi Omar Zanu-PF is continuing on its winning trajectory after its candidate coasted to a foregone by-election victory in the ruling party’s Mwenezi stronghold over the weekend. Cde Joosbi Omar polled 18 700 votes to beat Mr Welcome Masuku of the National Constitutional Assembly who got 482 votes and …

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Council offers BAA free venue

Arts personalities at Bulawayo Arts Awards launch last month Bongani Ndlovu/Nqobile Tshili, Showbiz Correspondents BULAWAYO councillors have agreed to offer organisers of the inaugural Bulawayo Arts Awards (BAA) the Large City Hall for free for their ceremony set for June. This was after BAA organisers sent an application to the …

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Ministry of health should not neglect rural areas

Nurses celebrate their graduation in this file photo Saul Gwakuba Ndlovu It is most heartening that the Government has decided to resume the national recruitment of medical personnel to revive the country’s health services system. Employment of health services personnel had been frozen for several years as a result of …

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Bosso will bounce back after ‘stupid mistakes’: Akbay

Erol Akbay Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS’ coach thinks his side can bounce back from the shock 0-1 loss to new boys Shabanie Mine if his players avoid “stupid mistakes” in their next encounter. The Dutchman’s side dropped precious points against a well-oiled Shabanie Mine outfit, which was determined …

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Football set to lose out

Grace Chingoma, Harare Bureau ZIMBABWE’S biggest football clubs are set to lose $1 million which a potential sponsor has dangled for them this year because the principal backers of the two giants, BancABC, have blocked the duo from going to bed with the new partner. Our correspondent is realiably informed …

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