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Mhangura Man Kills, Buries Step-Daughter

Mashonaland West Bureau A 32-year-old man from Doma in Mhangura constituency, who assaulted his stepdaughter to death, has appeared before a Chinhoyi magistrate on murder charges. He is also facing two other charges of rape and domestic violence. Norest Svova of Plot 12, Tsvanzwa Farm, Doma, appeared before Chinhoyi regional …

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Businesses Crave Predictability in Real World

It is now obvious that importers have accepted that the exchange rate is going to remain highly stable and are planning their business requirements accordingly. The minute changes in the last two auctions, where the weighted average varied by a fraction of a Zimbabwean cent, moving down one three hundredth …

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Sanctions Compromise Nation’s Family Nucleus

African Agenda Over the years, thousands of men and women from Africa leave their home countries to go abroad in search of opportunities. Living off the narrative that “the grass is greener in the North” where colonisers came from, thousands of youths and the economically active ages leave to various …

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Climate Change Sector Needs Bankable Projects

Stakeholders in the climate change sector have been encouraged to develop bankable projects as a way of unlocking climate finance for its compatible development. Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Permanent Secretary, Mr Munesushe Munodawafa, said this recently in the speech read on his behalf by the director of Climate …

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Msasa Trees Under Attack From New Type of Caterpillar

Agric, Environment & Innovations Editor Unknown caterpillars are plaguing some miombo woodlands across the country damaging one of Zimbabwe’s most common indigenous tree species – the iconic Msasa or igonde trees (Brachystegia spiciformis), a senior plant protection expert says. Shingirai Nyamutukwa, head of the Plant Quarantine & Plant Protection Research …

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