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Zipra Vets Slate Mutinhiri

Former Zipra combatants yesterday dismissed Retired Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri, who was thrust to the leadership of the former first family’s political project dubbed the New Patriotic Front, as a sellout, who took a sabbatical from the liberation struggle over petty grievances. Rtd Brig-Gen Mutinhiri was reportedly miffed after failing to …

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Bronchiolitis Cases Continue to Increase in Harare

By Paidamoyo Chipunza Harare continues to record an increased number of bronchiolitis, with cases now being recorded at other health facilities such as Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals and Chitungwiza Central Hospital, Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa has said. In a recent interview with The Herald, Dr Parirenyatwa …

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Taylor’s Landmark Ton Passes Without Notice

By Robson Sharuko When Brendan Taylor scored a century against Nepal at Queens Sports Club on Sunday, it probably escaped many that this was his third straight ton in a World Cup match for his country. It’s a mark of how priceless he has become for his nation that, more …

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Shun Violence, ED Urges Political Parties

By Felex Share President Mnangagwa yesterday urged political parties to shun violence ahead of harmonised elections this year, saying those with better ideas will win the polls. Speaking during an interactive meeting with heads of church denominations in Harare yesterday, the Head of State and Government said differences should never …

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Mushroom Poisoning Death Toll Rises to 10

By Bulawayo Bureau Seven more people from the same family have died at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after consuming poisonous mushrooms in Mberengwa, bringing the death toll to 10. The extended family from Makuta Village in Mberengwa, consumed the deadly mushrooms at home and three died last Thursday, while …

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