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Air industry records best safety performance

The Sub-Saharan Africa commercial air industry last year recorded its best performance within the last decade, with zero passenger fatalities and zero jet hull losses, latest data shows.The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said this in its 2016 safety performance of the industry. The industry already supports 6,8 million jobs …

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Church worries over slow pace of climate action

Jeffrey Gogo  Climate Story THE impacts of climate change in Zimbabwe will run deeper should authorities fail to tie-up the National Climate Policy (NCP) quick enough, a new study by the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) has warned. What would otherwise be strong strategies to curb climate damage are yet …

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Basic consumer goods prices decline

Lionel Depute Herald Reporter Prices of basic consumer goods have declined marginally due to promotions on various goods in supermarkets as the nation adapts to the use of bond notes and electronic platforms, the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) has revealed. A survey carried out by The Herald also showed that …

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War vets slam Mutsvangwa

Herald Reporters War veterans say Mr Christopher Mutsvangwa and his gang of renegades purporting to be fighting for the cause of freedom fighters are in fact pursuing a long standing “evil” agenda aimed at destabilising the Government. They said Mr Mutsvangwa had no clear liberation war credentials and at one …

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Killer lion shot dead

Noah Pito Herald Correspondent One of two stray lions that terrorised parts of Hurungwe West, killing nine cattle and a donkey over the past two weeks, has been killed. The animal was gunned down last Thursday during a joint operation between Hurungwe Rural District Council (HRDC) and Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife …

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