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Passengers ‘Burnt Beyond Recognition’ in Zim Bus Accident

Photo: Tony Webster/Flickr Police line. Crime scene tape. At least 30 people are feared dead after a bus they were travelling in reportedly sideswiped a haulage truck and caught fire on Wednesday in Nyamatikiti River near Chaka in Chirumanzu. According to the state-owned Herald newspaper, most of the victims were …

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Passade in Court Over Botched Stand Deal

By Sheillah Mapani Zanu-PF legislator for Mt Pleasant Jaison Passade has been taken to the Harare Civil Court for allegedly failing to refund a Harare woman the $4 000 that was payment for a residential stand. The matter was heard before Harare Civil Court magistrate Mr Adonia Masawi and was …

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Top Handball Coach Jets in

By Collin Matiza ONE of Germany’s most revered handball instructors Helmut Martin is expected to arrive in Harare today to conduct three high level international coaching courses for local coaches and school teachers. Martin, who is coming to this part of the world at the invitation of the Stewart Sanhewe-led …

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More Earthquake Preparedness Needed

EDITORIAL THE fairly powerful 6,5 magnitude earthquake that hit central Botswana on Monday night and which shook large areas of Zimbabwe fortunately appears to have caused no casualties and even in central Botswana only very minor damage. But it could have been different if, for example, the epicentre had been …

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Victoria Falls – a Tourism Phoenix Set to Rise

By Lovemore Chikova The state-of-the-art Victoria Falls International Airport, built by a Chinese firm, is already proving its potential as a premier destination for airlines from various countries. The airport was built by China Jiangsu International Economic and Technical Cooperation Group and commissioned by President Mugabe in November last year. …

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