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A Child Rescued Is a Child Saved

EDITORIAL Everyone knows there are a lot of children working and frequently living on the streets of Zimbabwe’s urban areas with most of us seeing them as someone else’s problem and someone else’s responsibility. As a result we could lose thousands of people who would otherwise become good and useful …

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Regulatory Capture Threat to Recovery of Cotton Industry

WHILE Government has moved in to revive the cotton industry through a three-year free input support programme, inadequate regulatory enforcement, particularly during the marketing season remains a threat to the sustainable recovery of the sector. The Presidential Input Support Programme, which began last season has seen the Government providing free …

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Rufaro Will Be Ready in April – Council

By Grace Chingoma HARARE City’s acting town clerk Josephine Ncube yesterday said council was working on renovating Rufaro and they are expecting to start erecting bucket seats and introducing Wi-Fi at the stadium. Speaking on the sidelines of a tour of Rufaro yesterday, where work is being carried out on …

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Mataz Convicted

Photo: The Herald Tich Mataz. By Fungai Lupande Radio and television personality Tichafa Augustine Matambanadzo, popularly known as Tich Mataz, was yesterday convicted of smuggling clothes and shoes from China and was fined $300. He had pleaded not guilty to contravening the Customs and Excise Act, but was convicted due …

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