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Zimbabwe: 120 Tonnes Wood, 3,000 Bags of Charcoal Seized

By Sifelani Tsiko A multi-task team headed by the Forestry Commission has confiscated large quantities of firewood and charcoal in a nationwide blitz to curb deforestation and illicit trade in wood and charcoal. In the latest update, the commission said more than 120 tonnes of firewood and an estimated 3 …

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Africa: Govt Notes Progress At African Liberation Museum

By Blessings Chidakwa The Institute of African Knowledge (Instak) is doing sterling work in fulfilling its mandate to ensure that the Museum of African Liberation comes to fruition, with a lot of progress having been achieved in a short space of time since its inception, a top Government official has …

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Zimbabwe: Schools Re-Opening Preps Advanced

Preparations for reopening of schools have reached an advanced stage with the Government inspecting all schools to ensure they are compliant with Covid-19 control protocols. Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education officials, working in conjunction with the Ministry of Health and Child Care, are on the ground to ascertain if …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Opens Up Churches Only for Vaccinated Congregants

By Leopold Munhende GOVERNMENT has approved the reopening of churches but only for fully vaccinated congregants. It has also sent out teams to assess the possibility of reopening of schools while hotels have been allowed to purchase vaccines for their employees in a raft of measures meant to ease the …

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Zimbabwe: Fears of Xenophobic Attacks Mount as South Africans Launch Campaign to Depose Zimbabwean Joburg Mayor

By Leopold Munhende THERE are fears that growing discontentment in South Africa over the controversial election of ANC’s Jolidee Matongo, who is originally a Zimbabwean, as Executive Mayor of Johannesburg, could degenerate into xenophobic attacks. Matongo is son to a Zimbabwean immigrant and a South African woman. Already outspoken critic …

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