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Deportees Fined for Escaping From Quarantine

Two Zimbabweans who recently escaped from a quarantine facility after being deported from South Africa, were yesterday fined $20 000 each by a local magistrate. Upon arrival by road via Beitbridge Border Post, the two used fake names and addresses to register at the quarantine facility before making good their …

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Govt, PSL Mourn Guava

The government, through the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation, has joined the nation in mourning Black Rhinos legend, Gift “Guava” Kamuriwo. He died at a military hospital on Tuesday at the age of 46. He will be laid to rest at Glen Forest Cemetery this afternoon. Youth, Sport …

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Anti-Graft War Real

The country’s anti-corruption drive is real and more convicts are now being jailed to deter would-be offenders. The number of people, including public figures, being arrested for graft has significantly increased over the years. Interestingly, the drive has since gone a gear up with more bigwigs being found guilty and …

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Ministers to Take Stock of Sport in Region

THE African Union Sport Council Region 5 Council of Ministers will today convene an extraordinary meeting where they will take stock of the status of sport in the region. They will also assess the impact of programmes that were implemented during the period under review. The meeting will be held …

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Rains Leave 39 Families Homeless

Heavy rains in Masvingo province over the week have seen 39 families homeless in Chingwizi in Mwenezi, where houses were damaged by the downpours. The District Civil Protection Committee (CPU) has already requested development partners to assist the affected families with tents for temporary shelter plus clothing and food. Mwenezi …

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