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Zimbabwe Exceeds 3 Million Doses

In another milestone in the national vaccination programme, Zimbabwe gave its three millionth dose on Wednesday, just 20 days after the two millionth dose on 22 July. On Wednesday, the Covid-19 vaccination teams administered 20 628 first doses and 23 154 second doses, a total of 43 782 doses. That, …

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Zimbabwe: Clubless Warriors Trio Still Looking for a Home

By Eddie Chikamhi THREE Zimbabwe internationals, including Warriors vice-captain Ovidy Karuru, are still guessing where they will be playing professional football this coming season. The 32-year-old midfielder was one of the players shipped out by South African side Black Leopards, following the team’s relegation, to the GladAfrica Championship. There is …

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Zimbabwe: 25 Killed in Accidents Nationwide

At least 25 people were killed in separate road traffic accidents countrywide since last week, with 18 of them perishing during the Heroes and Defence Forces holidays mostly as a result speeding, misjudgement and overtaking errors. The other seven died in accidents that did not occur during the holiday period. …

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Zimbabwe: Young Women Rallied to Participate in Economy

By Rumbidzayi Zinyuke First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa has challenged young women to actively participate in economic activities that will uplift their lives while at the same time rebuilding the country’s economy towards an upper middle income economy status. The First Lady, through her Angel of Hope Foundation, has been …

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Zimbabwe: ‘Ngwenya’s Legacy Gives Voice to Gender Equality’

By Zvamaida Murwira Late national heroine Cde Jane Lungile Ngwenya left a rich legacy to guide gender parity discourse for the empowerment of women as part of her unparalleled contribution to the country, President Mnangagwa said yesterday at her funeral at the National Heroes Acre. Cde Ngwenya died at Mater …

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