UK Government to hand over leaked Brexit report

LONDON. — Britain’s government said yesterday it would hand over to parliament what it called an initial analysis of the impact of Brexit, trying to deflect accusations that ministers are badly prepared for leaving the EU. The leaked report has struck at the heart of government Brexit strategy, with one minister suggesting that analysis by…
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Kenyan TV stations off air after fake inauguration

NAIROBI. — Three Kenyan TV stations will stay off the air indefinitely as the government investigates an illegal “swearing in” of opposition leader Raila Odinga, the interior minister said yesterday, following the symbolic but direct challenge to President Uhuru Kenyatta. Independently owned Citizen TV and Radio, KTN News and NTV were switched off on Tuesday…
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Lobel’s Bread takes over Plaza Bread

Michael Magoronga in KWEKWE Lobel’s Bread has taken over Kwekwe-based Plaza Bread in a development that is set to create more than 100 jobs, an official from one of the country’s biggest bakers has confirmed. Lobel’s Bread has since spent $20 000 on refurbishing the bakery, which was closed last year, due to operational challenges….
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Zanu-PF tackles challenges facing economy

Tendai Mugabe, Harare Bureau THE Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday tackled several challenges affecting the economy, with the issue of price stabilisation topping the agenda of intense deliberations that lasted for more than seven hours. During the meeting, which was the 316th ordinary session of the Politburo, Vice President and Zanu-PF Second Secretary General Constantino Guvheya Dominic… …
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Chiefs stuck with unqualified coach

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter NEWLY promoted Premiership side Bulawayo Chiefs are headed for a collision course with Zifa over their head coach after indicating that they will stick to Thulani Sibanda, who doesn’t have the mandatory Caf A qualification. Chiefs will be making their maiden appearance in the topflight league after winning the Zifa… …
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‘Gukurahundi is Mugabe’s baby’

HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa should not apologise for the Gukurahundi massacres because that is not his ”baby” but that of his former boss, Robert Mugabe, analysts contend although others feel he lost a golden chance to apologise on behalf of his Zanu PF party. The sentiments were r…
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Jabulani Sibanda maintains low profile

BULAWAYO – Combative and vocal former war veterans leader Jabulani Sibanda — who has been conspicuous by his silence — has been maintaining a low profile, leaving many here guessing about his political career, especially following the departure of former President Robert Mugabe. The controvers…
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Cracks emerge in Zanu PF

HARARE – ZANU PF has been thrown into fresh turmoil as party officials aiming to represent the party in the forthcoming elections are engaged in a war of words. The Daily News can report that battle lines have been drawn in the ruling party ahead of the polls with incumbent Members of Parliame…
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