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Mnangagwa Commissions Police Vehicles

By Farirai Machivenyika President Mnangagwa yesterday commissioned 40 vehicles, the first batch from the 107 that have been bought to enhance the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP)’s operations. The vehicles, comprising 35 pick-up trucks and five lorries, were commissioned at Morris Depot after the Presidential Graduation Parade. In his address at …

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Gweru Sports Club Faces Extinction

By Mukudzei Chingwere In a move that is as ill-advised as it is retrogressive and against the spirit and aspirations of Zimbabwe’s Second Republic, the Gweru City Council have resolved to destroy sports facilities in the city after ordering the closure of the fourth city’s sports club and agreed to …

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Church Urged to Unite Nation

By Zvamaida Murwira The church should play a role in national consensus building and ensure that there is political tolerance among politicians, Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda, has said. He said the church should be bold enough to bring politicians together so that political differences are narrowed. …

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Avoid Duplicity, Civic Society Told

By Leroy Dzenga Outgoing Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education Secretary Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango has urged aid organisations to direct their initiatives towards appropriate areas. Dr Masango urged civic society organisations in education to involve Government in their planning processes through the ministry to avoid duplicity. She made these remarks …

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Comesa Feels Heat of Zim Crisis

By Melody Chikono Zimbabwe’s topline contribution to the sub-regional hub of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa’s reinsurance company, ZEP-Re PTA Reinsurance, has dropped from 95% in the last six years to 73% due to continuing economic deterioration in the country with revenues seen coming down to US$17 …

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