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  • Tsvangirai leaves for Germany

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai will tomorrow leave for Germany where he is likely to meet highly placed officials, his office said yesterday.

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  • $2 million lawsuit for Prophet Magaya

    Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya has been hit with a nearly $2 million lawsuit by an aggrieved Harare couple who allegedly pampered the man of the cloth with expensive vehicles and cash to fulfil a “prophecy” that they would own an airline.

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  • Technical committee takes on Dube

    The Zifa High Performa-nce Technical Committee (HPTC) has demanded an emergency meeting with the association’s president Cuthbert Dube.

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  • Keita condemns xenophobic attacks

    INTERNATIONAL music superstar, Salif Keita has condemned xenophobic attacks in South Africa saying his heart bled when he learned of fellow Africans attacking each other.

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  • Career politicians fail Zimbabwe

    The joint independence me-ssage issued by MDC-T, NCA, Zapu and Mavambo/Kusile/Dawn was a breath of fresh air to anxious Zimbabweans.

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International

Obama says it is now ‘hard to find a path’ on Israeli-Palestinian peace

(Reuters) – In a fresh rebuke to Benjamin Netanyahu, President Barack Obama said the Israeli leader’s pre-election disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict makes it “hard to […]

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Proper planning brings results

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” — Abraham Lincoln

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Politics

MDC-T divided over boycott decision

The decision by the MDC-T not to participate in the by-elections is a manifestation of renewed factional fights within the bickering opposition which could affect the party’s unity in the […]

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    Pre-paid water meters: Debate centres on access, survival

    The debate over the proposed introduction of pre-paid water meters has been making headlines with residents and local authorities proffering their own arguments for opposing or supporting the idea.

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    Politicians challenged to publicly declare assets

    African Parliamentarians Network against Corruption (APNAC) Zimbabwe chapter has challenged President Robert Mugabe and local legislators to take a leaf from newly sworn in Namibian President Hage Geingob and First […]

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    Derformity robs Binga man of his youth

    Twenty-one-year-old Andrea Munsaka dreams of going back to school and maybe settling down with a beautiful girl from his village in Binga. But a facial growth that has partly obscured […]

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    Starvation looms in Zimbabwe

    Starvation is looming in Zimbabwe after widespread failure of crops coupled by the country’s policies that have failed to stimulate economic growth.

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    Peter Chikumba: Fall of a ‘prayer warrior’

    UNTIL his recent conviction, former Air Zimbabwe chief executive officer Peter Chikumba had lived with corruption allegations for a good part of his aviation career.

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    Proper planning brings results

    “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” — Abraham Lincoln

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    Sadc gears towards industrialisation

    Following the Asia-African gathering in Indonesia, the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) council of ministers and heads of states last week gathered in Harare for an extraordinary meeting “to review the progress made with the process of developing the Sadc Strategy and Road Map”

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    Telecel closure blow to economy

    Telecel Zimbabwe’s pay off line is “…so go ahead tell someone!” but rivals can now adulterate that line to “…so go ahead, tell someone Telecel is closed”.

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    Zimplats records $9,5m profit before royalties

    ZIMPLATS Holdings posted a profit before royalties of $9,5 million for the quarter ended March 2015 driven by a surge in revenue.

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    RBZ gives distressed banks June deadline

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has given troubled banks a June deadline to shape up or ship out as it moves to bolster the banking sector.

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    Harsh economic conditions force people out

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe wants the world to believe that Zimbabweans who trekked to South Africa are uneducated people who mistakenly see that country as heaven on earth.

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    Tsvangirai leaves for Germany

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai will tomorrow leave for Germany where he is likely to meet highly placed officials, his office said yesterday.

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    ‘SA President’s remarks on xenophobia ill-timed’

    SOUTH African President Jacob Zuma’s remarks that his country could not be entirely blamed for the recent xenophobic attacks, were ill-timed as they were issued at a time when many people were still battling to come to grips with the horror of the attacks, analysts have said.

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