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Brazilian weave? No, it’s goat hair

In China, hair extensions, wigs and weaves are big business.

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Economy biggest casualty of Zanu PF infighting

ZSE performance is expected to be depressed as investors are of the opinion that policy makers are focusing more on politics at the expense of the economy.

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Politics

Legal team plots Mujuru ouster

The plot to oust Vice-President Joice Mujuru is thickening with Zanu PF’s legal committee reportedly drafting changes to the party’s constitution to allow President Robert Mugabe to hand-pick his deputies.

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    Teachers abandon classes to queue for cash at AfrAsia Bank

    THE cash crisis continues unabated at the troubled AfrAsia Bank, forcing teachers who have accounts with the bank in the Matabeleland region to abandon classes for days while trying to get their pay from the bank in Bulawayo City.

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    Ex-cop barred from extracting bulk water

    THE Mazowe Catchment Council (MCC) has suspended former police Assistant Commissioner Everisto Pfumvuti’s water permit for exceeding the limit of the water he was authorised to extract.

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    Nurses run away from ‘Ebola’ patient

    Deputy Health and Child Care minister, Paul Chimedza has admitted that there are loopholes in the country’s Ebola prevention mechanisms, saying government is working on plugging them.

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    Graft hits public health sector

    Community Health Watch says corruption has compounded the health crisis in the country as hospital tender regulations are being flouted and medicines stolen.

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    US$1 500 fine for ‘illegally settling’ in Chitungwiza

    The Urban Development Corporation (Udcorp) has sent letters to hundreds of Chitungwiza residents instructing them to pay a penalty fee of US$1 500 for “illegally settling” in the town without the municipality’s approval.

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    The Grace Mugabe ‘tsunami’ shakes Zanu PF

    SOMEWHERE in the obscure annals of Shona folklore is a nugget of ancient wisdom which counsels against behaving like a lunatic who has picked up a whistle.

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    ‘God spoke through Makandiwa’

    I would like to share some views about the role of a prophet, in response to a letter titled Makandiwa should stick to church matters (The Standard October 5-11 2014).

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    Mugabe surrounded by bootlickers

    Zimbabwe economy has once again collapsed due to a combination of factors among them, economic mismanagement and bad governance.

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    Tsvangirai, MDC: Deepening democracy

    Before its conclusion on Friday September 19 2014, which conclusion confounded skeptics and naysayers inside and outside the party, the constitutional review exercise of the MDC had been a subject of frenzied debate and media speculation.

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    Toxic media laws, taxes — Harmful to knowledge

    KNOWLEDGE is at the core of meaningful, dignified and sustainable existence for any sane human being.

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