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  • Matter of fact – I was trained to kill: Mnangagwa

    In our Standard edition of February 22 we erroneously reported that Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa had threatened unspecified action against Tongaat Hulett and Bindura Nickel Corporation, accusing the two companies of working with those plotting to oust President Robert Mugabe.

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  • Zanu PF, Magaya bury differences

    ZANU PF and Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Prophet Walter Magaya have buried their differences after massive fallout over attacks on Vapostori by the religious leader.

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  • Rebekah: The little girl with a big vision

    While most kids her age are struggling to write their names at school, seven-year-old Rebekah Oberholzer is already a world champion in BMX racing.

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  • Mandela, Mugabe: Two sides of the same coin

    South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela and President Robert Mugabe are southern Africa’s most recognisable political figures.

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  • Sakala vies for AfDB top post

    ZIMBABWE’s Thomas Zondo Sakala will battle it out with seven other candidates for presidency of AFDB, according to an official list released Friday.

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International

Ebola response lags behind: MSF

Médecins Sans Frontières has launched a scathing attack on the international community for its slow and patchy response to the effort to stamp out Ebola

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Business

BAT records $13,5 million profit

BAT Zimbabwe has recorded a profit of $13,5 million for the year ended December 2014 driven by volume growth of 4% and the impact of an excise driven price increase in December 2014.

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Politics

I was trained to kill: Mnangagwa

Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has threatened unspecified action against Tongaat Hulett and Bikita Minerals accusing the two foreign-owned companies of working with those plotting to oust President Robert Mugabe.

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    ‘Moyo should cultivate good relations with the media’

    WHEN Jonathan Moyo went on a charm offensive, meeting media stakeholders after his appointment as Minister of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services in 2013, he raised a lot of hope in the media fraternity.

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    WHO approves Ebola testing kit

    In a major breakthrough, the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday announced that it had approved a rapid diagnostic test kit for Ebola that can provide results in 15 minutes and correctly identify 92% of patients infected by the disease.

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    Police to deploy officers at funerals

    Thieves in Harare are targeting mourners mainly in the northern suburbs with police saying they will deploy officers to monitor funerals.

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    Prophet Magaya in trouble

    Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader, Walter Magaya is in trouble with Zimbabwe’s largest Christian group, Vapositori, which has vowed to expose him as a magician and fake prophet.

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    Media urged to give women voices

    Women Parliamentarians have urged the media in the country to promote females in politics in order to bridge the gap between them and their male counterparts who hold the bulk […]

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    Sakala vies for AfDB top post

    ZIMBABWE’s Thomas Zondo Sakala will battle it out with seven other candidates for presidency of AFDB, according to an official list released Friday.

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    ‘New farm invasions should be halted’

    AUSTRALIAN ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mathew Neuhaus, says fresh farm invasions should be stopped as they discourage investment.

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    BAT records $13,5 million profit

    BAT Zimbabwe has recorded a profit of $13,5 million for the year ended December 2014 driven by volume growth of 4% and the impact of an excise driven price increase in December 2014.

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    Mupfumira to meet Mutare business community

    Labour minister Prisca Mupfumira will meet employers in Mutare next month to discuss a number of issues including Labour Law reforms.

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    ZCT lobbies for VAT exemption

    The Zimbabwe Council for Tourism has pledged to continue lobbying for zero rating for foreign visitors’ accommodation payments.

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    Politicians must pay for implements

    THE ongoing raging debate over the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Debt Assumption Bill that has stolen the limelight in Parliament is quite interesting given that it involves a very important […]

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    Mandela, Mugabe: Two sides of the same coin

    South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela and President Robert Mugabe are southern Africa’s most recognisable political figures.

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    Why Zim needs a new tourism strategy

    The myriad payments by both the tourist and the operator are an albatross to the country’s strategic intention of being a low cost destination.

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    Master creative problem solving

    People with goals succeed because they know where they are going. —Earl Nightingale

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    Huge task ahead for Zamco

    Zimbabwe banking sector has been experiencing a perennial problem of high non-performing loans since the dollarisation of the economy in 2009.

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    Matter of fact – I was trained to kill: Mnangagwa

    In our Standard edition of February 22 we erroneously reported that Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa had threatened unspecified action against Tongaat Hulett and Bindura Nickel Corporation, accusing the two companies of working with those plotting to oust President Robert Mugabe.

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    Politicians must pay for implements

    THE ongoing raging debate over the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Debt Assumption Bill that has stolen the limelight in Parliament is quite interesting given that it involves a very important […]

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