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China to Partner Zim Local Authorities

By Lloyd Gumbo A delegation from various Chinese local authorities has expressed interest in joint venture partnerships with four Zimbabwean cities in tourism, food processing and tobacco farming and processing. The five-member delegation comprised of governor of Yanbian Prefecture Li Jinghao, mayor of Yanji city Cai Kuilong and his Hunchun …

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Four Steal $5 500 From Dying Crash Victim

Photo: Jobs for Felons Hub/Flickr (File photo). By Takudzwa Matambura Four Mbare residents were yesterday convicted by a Harare magistrate for stealing over $5 500 from a dying woman at an accident scene. Ernest Jonga (23), Sedrick Kachengo (20), Innocent Gumbo (17) and Kelvin John (21) pleaded their innocence before …

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Maisvoreva Qualifies for IAAF Champs

By Ellina Mhlanga RUSAPE-BASED athlete Vimbai Maisvoreva became the first local athlete to make the cut for the IAAF World Under-18 Championships when she ran 2 minutes 13,46 seconds in the 800m at a qualifying meet in Lusaka, Zambia, on Saturday. The qualifying time is 2 minutes 13,.50 seconds and …

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Church, Mom Clash Over Unpaid $32 000

By Sheillah Mapani The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Highlands, Harare, has been hauled before the Harare Civil Court by a Bulawayo woman for allegedly failing to pay a balance of $32 000 as compensation for her son’s death. The matter was brought before Harare Civil …

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Heavy Rains, Flooding Expected – Met Dept

By Elita Chikwati Some parts of Zimbabwe are, from tomorrow, expected to receive heavy rains in excess of 70mm in 24 hours and the general public is warned to be wary of floods. The Meteorological Services Department yesterday said heavy rains were expected in Matabeleland South, and south of Midlands …

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