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Sunday, 25 August 2019
GOVT STANDS FIRM ON GMOs
GOVERNMENT says it will maintain its position of prohibiting the growing of genetically modified crops, arguing it is yet to be convinced ...
WOMAN RAPED AS BOYFRIEND FLEES
A GROUP of five men reportedly ambushed a Filabusi couple, threatened the man who fled from the scene before one of them raped the woman. ...
MRS BANANA GETS NEW WHEELS
WIDOW to former Zimbabwean President Canaan Sodindo Banana, Mrs Janet Madade Banana has received a brand new Ford Everest car from Governm...
Saturday, 24 August 2019
BYO COUNCIL IN TURMOIL OVER WATER DISCONNECTIONS
BULAWAYO City councillors will this week engage council management with the hope of stopping the wave of water disconnections that the local...
FUEL DEAL FOR DIASPORANS FOR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
ZIMBABWEANS living outside the country will with effect from next week be able to purchase fuel for their relatives and friends in the cou...
ACID ATTACK VICTIM : MY HORROR FOUR YEARS ON
Exactly four years ago, on August 25, everything seemed to be flowing in Prisca’s life. Married to Andrew Chikwanha for close to 11 ye...
ED OFF TO JAPAN
President Emmerson Mnangagwa will this week meet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the sidelines of the Tokyo International Conference...
AMERICANS PUSH FOR BITI FOR 2023
United States officials who last week feted opposition St Marys legislator Job Sikhala at his house in Chitungwiza are rooting for the par...
DOUG COLTART DRAGGED TO COURT
This brutal Mnangagwa regime will not crush us or dim our vision of a new democratic, tolerant #Zimbabwe . I am grateful that as @DougCo...
MAN (32) RAPES GOOD SAMARITAN (61)
A 32-YEAR-OLD mechanic from Bulawayo allegedly habitually raped and beat a 61-year-old woman who gave him a home when his relatives threw ...
PROLONGED LOAD SHEDDING HITS ZIM AGAIN
THE Minister of Energy and Power Development, Advocate Fortune Chasi, has said the prolonged load shedding hours experienced in some parts...
ED AIDES JUST WANT TO EAT : GAPPAH QUITS
ONE of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s top aides, Petina Gappah, has quit her trade and investment advisory role and vowed not to renew her...
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