UN commends Zim on human rights

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent— THE United Nations (UN) has commended Zimbabwe for making significant progress in its implementation, monitoring and reporting of its human rights treaty obligations. This flies in the face of claims by the Anglo-Saxon alliance that the ruinous sanctions regime they imposed at the turn of the millennium sought to censure Zimbabwe…
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President launches billion-dollar projects

Farirai Machivenyika in CHIRUMANZU and George Maponga in CHIVI— PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday commissioned $1,3 billion mega-projects, with potential to significantly transform the domestic and regional economy. The mega-projects, both a boon to Zim-Asset’s infrastructure and utilities cluster, are the $250 million Tokwe-Mukosi Dam in Chivi and the $1 billion dualisation of the Beitbridge-Harare Highway, the economic…
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UNWTO: It’s time for Africa

Dr Walter Mzembi Special Correspondent THIS time, I am prompted to speak to Africa — notwithstanding my global vision for tourism which has already been distributed to all. For the past year, I have literally traversed the world, sharing and building that vision with input from member states. Since 2016, I have also attended all statutory…
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South Africans: How I wish I was one!

The Other Side: Nathaniel Manheru It is very easy to think it is the flash, not the flame; that burns big logs. The local media excitedly reported on the resignation of an aide of Mujuru’s Nats, in the process missing the actual burning flame of the whole story. I mean, does it really matter to…
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Earthquake rattles Harare, Bulawayo

Herald Reporter— MOST parts of Zimbabwe, including Harare and Bulawayo, were yesterday shaken for more than a minute by tremors from an earthquake that occurred in central Botswana which started at 7:40:15pm, almost 350 kilometres southwest of Plumtree.There were no reports of injuries or damage last night, and intensity estimates suggested very low risk of…
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