MUROIWA STAYS POSITIVE

28 February 2017 DYNAMOS defender Elisha Muroiwa says they will pick the positives from the 3-1 derby defeat and not let the outcome affect them in future battles. Muroiwa and company were badly exposed by champions CAPS United in the ZNA Charities semi-final at National Sports Stadium on Sunday. CAPS United could afford to rest […] …
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MALAWI APPROACH PASUWA

28 February 2017 OUTGOING Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa has been approached by the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) and his manager is set to respond to them on Wednesday, H-Metro can reveal. The developments come at a time when Pasuwa ceases to be Warriors coach mid-night. He has been serving his notice after his contract […] …
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Border control Bill at drafting stage

Source: Border control Bill at drafting stage | The Herald February 28, 2017 Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau A Bill to legitimise the National Ports Authority that will be tasked with running all the country’s entry and exit points under the auspices of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development is now at drafting stage, a Cabinet… Read More »
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Rains trigger state of disaster •Homes, bridges, schools destroyed •Livestock, crops washed away

Source: Rains trigger state of disaster •Homes, bridges, schools destroyed •Livestock, crops washed away | The Herald February 28, 2017 Herald Reporters— The Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate yesterday recommended that a state of disaster be declared in the country’s southern provinces where one person was killed, while hundreds were marooned by flooded rivers… Read More »
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We’ll not bow to threats: Minister

Source: We’ll not bow to threats: Minister | The Herald February 28, 2017 Herald Reporter— Government yesterday said it will continue soliciting views from civil servants on whether or not they want residential stands for their 2016 bonuses despite threats by union leaders to stage a demonstration. Unions under the banner of Apex Council met… Read More »
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Govt to restructure SAZ

Source: Govt to restructure SAZ | The Herald February 28, 2017 Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Government is mulling a Bill to restructure the Standard Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) into a regulatory arm, a development aimed at strengthening the organisation to effectively discharge its role, a Cabinet Minister has said. Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha told Senators… Read More »
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Call to amend Zimdef Act

Source: Call to amend Zimdef Act | The Herald February 28, 2017 Nyemudzai Kakore Herald Correspondent There is need to amend the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) to rationalise the powers which the Act confers on the minister, legislators have said. The legislators in Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Higher Education, Science and Technology said the powers conferred… Read More »
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Mbeki slams xenophobes

Pretoria – Newly elected chancellor of the University of South Africa (Unisa), Thabo Mbeki, has expressed concern over violent attacks targeted at African migrants in the country. The former president, who was inaugurated yesterday, said he was worried about reports he had read of the anti-immigration march which took place in the country’s capital city last…
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Islamic militants behead German hostage

Manila. – Islamic militants in the Philippines have beheaded the German hostage they were holding for ransom, the government in Manila said on Monday. A video posted by the Abu Sayyaf group, which was monitored by intelligence group SITE, showed Jurgen Kantner being killed by a knife-wielding man. Shortly after the video appeared, government envoy Jesus…
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