BREAKING: Zaka East MP dies

From George Maponga in Masvingo Zaka East Member of Parliament Cde Samson Mukanduri has died. The ruling party legislator died this morning at his rural home in Chiromo village after reportedly complaining of high blood pressure. Sources said Cde Mukanduri was found dead on a sofa at his home this morning. Zaka Central Member of…
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LATEST: President leaves for Davos

Senior Business Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa left Harare today to join other heads of state and government, world captains of industry and the civic society attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The President leads a high-powered delegation comprising Cabinet ministers, top Government officials and private sector representatives for the 48th World Economic Forum…
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Angola to resume direct Zim flights

Felex Share Senior Reporter Angola’s national carrier, Linhas Aereas de Angola (TAAG), will soon resume direct flights from Luanda to Harare. This was revealed by President Mnangagwa after meeting Angolan President Joao Lourenco on January 12. President Mnangagwa said increased business between the two countries culminated in the agreement. “Just today, my discussion with the President…
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Dry weather conditions to persist

Elita Chikwati Senior Agriculture Reporter The condition of some crops has continued to deteriorate, with the Meteorological Services Department (MSD) forecasting dry weather conditions to persist until next week. Erratic rains may be received after Wednesday, the department said. According to the MSD head of forecasting, Mr Tich Zinyemba, the dry weather was expected to persist…
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Zim will respect property rights: ED

Herald Reporter President Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe will respect and honour property rights and the 99-year leases, which are currently being given to farmers, are transferable. Speaking in an interview with Alec Russell of the Financial Times in Harare on Tuesday, the Head of State and Government said the 99-year leases cannot be expected to affect…
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BREAKING NEWS: Cholera outbreak hits Chegutu

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau A CHOLERA outbreak has hit Chegutu Town where four people have died so far, while three are admitted at the district hospital. The first suspected case was of an elderly woman believed to be in her 80s, while the other three contracted the disease after attending her funeral. Mashonaland West Provincial…
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OPC spearheads Brand Zimbabwe campaign

Business Reporter The Office of the Present and Cabinet is spearheading an all-stakeholders process for a national branding strategy that will inform the world that Zimbabwe is open for business and has functional institutions to support the exploitation of business and investment opportunities. The campaign focuses on key result areas as well as institutions that…
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LATEST: 2017 A’ Level results out

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent The November 2017 Zimbabwe School Examinations Council Advanced Level results are out and candidates may start collecting them as from tomorrow. Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima made the announcement during the celebrations to mark the release of the results held at Holiday Inn in Harare today. “The Ministry…
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BREAKING: Senior cops fired

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter GOVERNMENT has wielded the axe on more than 30 senior police officers from the rank of senior assistant commissioner and above, as it moves to transform the Zimbabwe Republic Police. Police sources today confirmed the developments and said most of the senior officers had been issued with retirement letters with effect…
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LATEST: President in Mozambique

Prosper Ndlovu in MAPUTO, Mozambique PRESIDENT Mnangagwa this afternoon met with his Mozambican counterpart, President Filipe Nyusi at the State House in Maputo. He also met with Mozambique former Heads of State Joaquim Chissano and Armando Guebuza. The President said Zimbabwe would always remain grateful to Mozambique for that country’s support during the liberation struggle….
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