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Zimbabwe Reaches Major Milestone With First Oxygen Plant

By Cletus Mushanawani and Mukudzei Chingwere The multi-million dollar medical oxygen and industrial gas plant at Feruka in Mutare, with capacity to meet national needs as well as exporting to neighbouring countries, will be commissioned today by President Mnangagwa. The oxygen plant will among other needs, meet the demand for …

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Zimbabwe: Minors Bill Subject to Public Hearing

The Guardianship of Minors Amendment Bill, which seeks to give both parents equal rights to a child, will be subjected to a public hearing for the second day running today to allow stakeholders to give their views on the proposed law. Several radio programmes were lined up for Thursday and …

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Zimbabwe: Four Zion Apostolic Church Members Perish in Horror Crash

FOUR members of the Zion Apostolic Church who were coming from an all night prayer died on the spot when the vehicle they were travelling in crashed on a road leading to a disused mine at Buchwa Mountain in Mberengwa. Midlands Provincial police spokesperson Emmanuel Mahoko said police in Zvishavane …

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Zimbabwe: Police Faces U.S.$38 Million Lawsuit

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police is being sued for $38 million by Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) who allege they were unlawfully arrested three years ago. Summons filed at Mutare High Court show that a total of 19 ZCTU leaders were unlawfully arrested on October 11, 2018 at their offices …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Warns Apostolic Sects Against Child Marriages

By Kenneth Matimaire IN a rare move, government has warned apostolic religious sects against arranging and engaging in child sexual abuses under the guise of marriages. The stern warning was issued by the minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development, Sithembiso Nyoni. Nyoni was making her keynote …

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