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South Africa/Zimbabwe: Mighty Warriors Secure South Africa Friendly

THE Zimbabwe senior national women’s football team is set to make a return to competitive action for the first time in four months after ZIFA secured an international friendly match against neighbours South Africa later this month. The Mighty Warriors last played competitive football in November last year when they …

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Zimbabwe: Parliament Nominates Candidates for Peace Commission Posts

By Anna Chibamu The Parliamentary Committee on Standing Rules and Orders (CSRO) has nominated 30 candidates who include former MDC-T vice president and lawyer Obert Gutu for interviews on those aspiring to become National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) . The interviews would be held on 16 April, 2021. In …

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Zimbabwe: Nine Killed in Road Accidents

Nine people have died in road accidents during this year’s Easter holiday compared to five who died in the same period last year. The rise in the number of deaths this year has been attributed to the free movement of people following the lifting of the Covid-19 restrictions. “This time …

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Zimbabwe: Farming Communities Urged to Fight HIV

By Tendai Rupapa in Mhangura FIRST LADY Auxillia Mnangagwa on Friday heard harrowing tales of moral decay in the country’s farming communities characterised by prostitution, drug abuse, early child marriages, lack of healthcare and family planning which resulted in the birth of many undocumented children. In a no-holds barred interactive …

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Zimbabwe: 27,200 Illegal Panners Arrested

Over 27 200 illegal panners have so far been arrested countrywide this year as police continue to strengthen security in all mining areas. Some of them were fined while others have cases pending before the courts. National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said on March 27, they arrested 136 …

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