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Independent inquiry for Nando’s building collapse

Vusumuzi Dube, Sunday News Reporter THE Engineering Council of Zimbabwe has commissioned two independent engineering firms to investigate the collapse of a building last month that also housed popular fast food outlet Nando’s in Bulawayo. The investigation is expected to provide answers on what caused the collapse and further unravel …

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Sadc nears industrialisation, integration

Lincoln Towindo recently Ezulwini, Swaziland SADC leaders yesterday adopted the monetised Action Plan for the Implementation of the Sadc Industrialisation Strategy, bringing closer to fruition President Mugabe’s vision of an industrialised and integrated region. The plan was adopted yesterday at a Sadc Extraordinary Summit in Swaziland where President Mugabe joined …

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$8m+ required for schools infrastructure

Prof Paul Mavhima Vincent Gono and Nozibelo Maphosa, Sunday News Reporters THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education is seeking more than $8 million to repair classroom blocks and other related infrastructure that was damaged across the country by the rains received from last year until early this month. This …

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Gold baron lives in fear

Baron Dube Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent ESIGODINI gold baron and businessman Mr Baron Dube has said he is living in fear as a gang of illegal gold panners allegedly pounced at his bar thrice within a week. In an interview, Mr Dube expressed concern over how the police were treating …

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Fresh charges for Vic Falls official

Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls Reporter VICTORIA Falls Municipality has filed fresh charges against suspended Housing and Community Services director Lot Siatimbula after new evidence was found that he had allegedly allocated a stand to two different people. Siatimbula was suspended on 14 February, after he allegedly allocated to his relative …

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