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Mugabe mocks Tsvangirai, Mujuru grand coalition

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday poured scorn at opposition political parties’ efforts to form a grand coalition to contest against Zanu PF in next year’s elections, saying this was nothing but a mirage, which will suffer a “grand” loss. BY BLESSED MHLANGA President Robert Mugabe Officially opening a Zanu PF central …

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Zanu PF disrupts World Health Day celebrations

ZANU PF youths yesterday disrupted World Health Day commemorations in Epworth near Harare, claiming the event was being held on land that belonged to them. BY GARIKAI TUNHIRA Epworth residents march during the World Health Day commemorations. This happened in full view of Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission chairperson Elasto Mugwadi, …

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Villagers fear for another Gukurahundi

Villagers of Insangu in Chief Jahana’s area in Shangani are now living in fear following the brutal attack on four people by suspected Zanu PF youths following fierce land clashes. BY SILAS NKALA Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko Over 57 gold panners allegedly attacked villagers with axes, bolts, knobkerries and machetes. They …

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Diagnosis, treatment of cancer a challenge

A health expert has expressed concern at the growing cancer public health burden amid reports that almost 7 000 cases are diagnosed annually in the face of funding challenges. BY PHYLLIS MBANJE Diagnosis and treatment of the disease is a challenge for many people, who do not have adequate knowledge …

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Kariba cleric Mugadza acquitted of abusing national flag

A HARARE magistrate yesterday acquitted Kariba pastor and leader of Remnant Church Patrick Philip Mugadza, who was facing charges of abusing the Zimbabwe national flag by wearing it during a protest. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Patrick Philip Mugadza Magistrate Lazini Ncube ruled that the State witnesses failed to prove in court …

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