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Mutsvangwa Pleads With Journalists to Be Professional

By Farai Shawn Matiashe As the country heads for elections it is of paramount significance for journalists to conduct their duties in a professionally way that promotes peace and unity, a government official has said. Addressing Manicaland Province based journalists at an interface meeting held in Mutare recently, Minister of …

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Gloves Off in Nssa Crisis

By Africa Moyo The gloves are off in the crisis engulfing the National Social Security Authority (NSSA), which culminated in the sacking of board chairman Robin Vela last week. Mr Vela was dismissed by Labour and Social Welfare Minister Petronella Kagonye on March 27 on allegations that he is “not …

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ED, Xi Elevate Relations

By Victoria Ruzvidzo President Mnangagwa met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People here yesterday as Zimbabwe and China elevated their relations to a more comprehensive and mutually beneficial strategic partnership. The meeting was the climax of a five-day State visit by President Mnangagwa, which …

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$2 Million Diamond Deal Goes Sour

By Tendai Rupapa A Chinese woman lost more than US$2 million to four suspected fraudsters who allegedly lured her into Zimbabwe under the pretext that they could buy diamonds on her behalf. The complainant (name not supplied) brought with her US$2 120 000 in small denominations, but was allegedly advised …

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Khupe Barred From Using MDC-T Name

Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai (MDC-T) has warned the axed vice President, Thokozani Khupe and her group against using the party name saying they are not entitled to it according to the party constitution. In a statement released today, MDC-T Acting National Spokesperson, Thabitha Khumalo said Khupe is not entitled to …

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