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A Daring Mugabe Rattles ED’s Cage

By Tinashe Kairiza Although former president Robert Mugabe’s dramatic return to active politics has been dismissed by Zanu PF as inconsequential, some analysts are convinced that he could inflict significant damage on the ruling party in this year’s general elections — particularly in the three politically restive Mashonaland provinces. His …

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Gwanda Solar Project Collapses

By Hazel Ndebele and Elias Mambo The US$200 million Gwanda solar project has all but collapsed as controversial businessman Wicknell Chivayo has expressed fears that the fraud and corruption charges levelled against him by the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) will deter potential project funders including China Exim Bank, resulting in …

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Come Back Home, Mpofu Urges Zim Refugees in Botswana

HOME affairs minister Obert Mpofu has urged Zimbabwean in Botswana to return home as the Gaborone government made it clear that people could not be refugees for ever. Mpofu met Botswana’s Minister of Defence, Justice and Security, Shaw Kgathi and the Minister of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs, Edwin Batshu …

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Nyagura Has Case to Answer – Magistrate

By Tendai Rupapa A Harare magistrate yesterday ruled that University of Zimbabwe vice chancellor Levi Nyagura has a case to answer and must remain on remand pending trial. Nyagura is accused of illegally awarding former First Lady Grace Mugabe a PhD. He had, through his lawyer Advocate Lewis Uriri, challenged …

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National Dam Levels Up 82pc

By Sibongile Maruta The country’s average dam levels have increased to 81,7 percent with some major dams recording up to 104,2 percent capacity as most parts of the country continue to receive rains. Zinwa corporate communications and marketing manager Mrs Marjorie Munyonga said most dams were now full while others …

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