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Relocation for Tsholotsho flood refugees

Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter TSHOLOTSHO flood victims will be relocated to their new stands by Independence Day next week, the Government has said. The construction of toilets at the new sites, which has been holding the relocation, is expected to be complete before April 18. The villagers were displaced from …

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Delegation to tour leading varsities on STEM initiative

Professor Jonathan Moyo Auxilia Katongomara in Harare, Chronicle Reporter HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Education Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo, leads a 19-member delegation on a tour of various leading universities across the globe to learn how to incubate industries in line with STEM objectives. The process involves …

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Villagers continue to lose out as Botswana shoots stray cattle

Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Cde Obedingwa Mguni Sukulwenkosi Dube- Matutu, Plumtree Correspondent VILLAGERS from Bulilima District continue to lose their cattle as Botswana authorities are shooting beasts that stray into their country. Two villagers from Mafeha Village lost a combined seven cattle on Wednesday after authorities from the neighbouring …

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CPU on high floods alert

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent THE Civil Protection Unit (CPU) is on high alert following a floods warning issued by the Meteorological Service Department (MSD). According to the MSD, the country is expected to receive heavy rains today in Matabeleland South, south of the Midlands and Masvingo, which may trigger flooding. …

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Gvt warns public against eating ‘anthrax’ meat

Minister Joseph Made Elita Chikwati/Paidamoyo Chipunza, Harare Bureau Government has warned the public against eating meat from animals that die from unknown causes as they risk contracting diseases. This follows a revelation that the 16 hippos that died in Binga close to the Zambezi River recently were killed by anthrax. …

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