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Earthquakes – How Safe Are We?

Photo: The Herald Earth tremors. By Jeffrey Gogo The Meteorological Services Department 9pm TV weather forecast last Monday said nothing about the earth tremors that had shaken large parts of Zimbabwe barely an hour earlier, stoking apocalyptic fear among thousands of people. Not surprising — the forecast is pre-packed, and …

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Spike-Throwing Cops Face 10 Years Jail

Photo: Tawanda Mudimu/The Herald Traffic police officers mount a roadblock along Harare-Bulawayo Road in Norton (file photo). By Tanaka Mrewa Bulawayo — Government is ready to invoke the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter IV, Section 38 to charge police officers who throw spikes at moving vehicles, who face …

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Parly Questions Undenge’s Dealings

By Farirai Machivenyika Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge was taken to task by members of the National Assembly recently for failing to adequately answer why his ministry had established a new fuel retailing company, Genesis, when Petrotrade, which does the same job was already in existence. Dr …

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Zanu-PF Wins Big in Mwenezi

By George Maponga Mwenezi — Zanu-PF candidate Cde Joosbi Omar’s sweeping victory in the Mwenezi East by-election over the weekend is a forestate of the ruling party’s performance against its opponents in next year’s harmonised elections, observers have said. In results announced early yesterday, Cde Omar garnered 18 700 votes …

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