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Govt appeals for $200mln after floods wreck havoc

Zimbabwe on Monday launched an international appeal for $200 million in aid to repair the country’s infrastructure which was damaged by floods. Earlier this month, the government declared the floods a national disaster. According to official data, the heavy rains have killed almost 250 people, left about 2,000 people homeless, …

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Mliswa in another u-turn, says to rejoin Zanu PF

By Jermaine Ndlovu Former Zanu PF chair for Mashonaland West Temba Mliswa has made a u-turn on earlier vows he will never go back to Zanu PF, telling journalists in Bulawayo weekend he will consider rejoining a party that expelled him if it won next year’s elections. The new Norton …

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Jostling for posts in Mujuru party

By Jeffrey Muvundusi It is dog-eat-dog in Joice Mujuru’s newly-formed National People’s Party (NPP) as officials jostle for positions ahead of an elective convention next month. Former Vice President and now opposition Zimbabwe People First president Joice Mujuru Mujuru — NPP’s interim leader — will be uncontested as the party’s …

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President Mugabe in Mauritius

President Mugabe is among African leaders attending the inaugural African Economic Platform that opened here this morning. The meeting, which seeks to promote continental economic integration, was officially opened by the African Union Commission chairperson Mr Moussa Faki Mahamat. Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and his Industry and Commerce …

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How Zimbabwean Police helped solve South Africa Airport robbery

Bragging and going on a spending spree is the last thing any self-respecting heist kingpin should do. The alleged heist kingpin who bought himself a R5 million Lamborghini after the OR Tambo International Airport robbery posted pictures of his new toy on social media. If he is guilty‚ he could …

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