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All set for Mwenezi by-election

Cde Omar George Maponga in Masvingo All is set for the Mwenezi East parliamentary by-election today, with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) yesterday saying it has set up 62 polling stations where voters will cast their ballots. Businessman Cde Joosbi Omar of the ruling Zanu-PF, Mr Turner Mhango of Free …

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Zim ventures into cigar tobacco production

Elita Chikwati recently in Burma Valley Zimbabwe is now producing cigar wrapper tobacco, becoming the third African country after Cameroon and Kenya to produce the high value brand. The tobacco is produced by farmers in Burma Valley, Manicaland. Addressing farmers attending the official opening of the 2017 cigar wrapper marketing …

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Command Agric Zanu-PF’s 2018 trump card: President

President Mugabe Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter President Mugabe says the Command Agriculture Programme that Government adopted this farming season is expected to be one of the rallying points for the ruling party ahead of next year’s harmonised elections. The Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces …

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Doctorate for ZTA boss Kaseke

Dr Kaseke Herald Correspondent The Commonwealth University in collaboration with London Graduate School has conferred Zimbabwe Tourism Authority chief executive Mr Karigoka Kaseke with an Honorary Doctorate in Public Administration. This is in recognition of Dr Kaseke’s contribution to tourism in Zimbabwe, Africa and the world. The convocation was done …

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Zinwa refuses to write off 2013 water bills

THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has set itself on a collision course with its principals after refusing to write-off water bills the Zanu PF government waived to “thank” the electorate after the 2013 general elections. OWN CORRESPONDENT Environment minister Oppah Muchinguri Zinwa, in a more than brave statement, also …

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