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Zimbabwe: Dubious NGOs At It Again

By Herald Reporters MENDACIOUS non-governmental organisations that have often relied on soiling the image of the country to their Western handlers have been busy selling diplomats bottled smoke of so-called rights abuses in the country to get funding. This is despite the progress that has been made by the Second …

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Zimbabwe: Muzinda Continues to Shine

By Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE motocross star, Tanya Muzinda, is riding on the crest of a wave in Florida, United States, after she captured two podium finishes, over the weekend. Her latest success came in the eighth round of the Bartow Championship Series. Muzinda relocated to the United States, …

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Zimbabwe: Stanbic Bank Resuscitates Sally Mugabe Hospital Maternity Theatre

By Fadzai Ndangana Stanbic Bank has donated equipment and refurbished maternity wing and a recovery room at Sally Mugabe Central Hospital as part of its Corporate Social Investment (CSI) initiative. In a statement, Stanbic Bank said the theatre equipment which was imported at a cost of USD$37 000 and the …

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Zimbabwe: Temporary Passport Reprieve for Mliswa

By Shorai Murwira Harare magistrate Tafadzwa Mhiti yesterday ordered for the release of outspoken Norton legislator Temba Mliswa’s passport to allow him to travel to Portugal and South Africa to conduct business. Mliswa’s passport was taken by the court as part of his bail conditions when he was arrested for …

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Zimbabwe: ‘I’m Now Wiser Than Before’ – Chamisa

By Alois Vinga MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa says the systematic attacks he and his party have received from the ruling Zanu PF and state institutions since 2018 have instead hardened him and transformed him into a wiser politician. Chamisa has for the past three years since the 2018 elections …

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