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Public hospitals adjust charges

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter Government has approved an increase in public hospital charges, but no one will be turned away for failing to raise the fees, while the free maternity services policy remains in place. The upward review of medical costs from January 1 has already drawn public outcry …

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54 nabbed in South Africa

Crime Reporter Fifty-four Zimbabweans without proper documentation were arrested in South Africa on Tuesday and three buses that they were travelling in were impounded at a road block in Polokwane, South Africa. The South Africa Police Services (SAPS) also intercepted a truck that was carrying contraband cigarettes worth over R1 …

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Council trips, workshops have Cabinet approval: Gomba

Blessings Chidhakwa Interview The year 2019 could go down in history as one in which Harare City Council expended most of its time fire-fighting at the expense of delivering quality services as expected by residents. Water woes that resulted in the total shutdown of Morton Jaffray Treatment Plant twice, failure …

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Pretoria extends Home Affairs working hours

Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau South African Home Affairs offices have extended operating hours from 8am to 7pm to cope with the expected flood of those requiring documents to travel or register children ahead of the new school year. Some of the people expected to use the Home Affairs offices are …

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Mixed fortunes for Kariba tourism

Walter Nyamukondiwa Kariba Bureau THE peak tourism season brought mixed fortunes for travellers, operators and residents in Kariba as some hotels were fully booked over the festive season, while there was a drop in the uptake of activities. Caribbea Bay Hotel had over 90 percent occupancy from 23 to 27 …

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