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    MASVINGO — MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said President Robert Mugabe’s “inevitable end was nigh” and vowed that the opposition party would remove the Zanu PF strongman from power this […]

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  • Hurungwe steals by-election spotlight

    ZANU PF is panicking over the Hurungwe West poll and has lined up several politburo members to address at least four star rallies as it tries to wrestle the seat […]

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  • Are Mighty Warriors immune to change?

    It has been nine years since Rosemary Mugadza was appointed the women’s senior national soccer team coach having served an illustrious career as captain of the team and also that […]

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  • New Parly reforms still to be implemented

    LEGISLATORS have said a number of reforms meant to democratically transform Parliament were still to be implemented, over a decade after some of them were adopted.

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  • What do you mean ‘#Sofarsogood’?

    If the #1980SoFarSoGood theme that Zanu PF adopted for this year’s Independence was meant to make Zimbabweans feel good about themselves, it failed dismally. If anything, it has served to […]

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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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Business

Boost for Zim, EU trade ties

The European Union (EU) is set to sign an additional 1 million euros Regional Integration Support Programme with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and International Trade Centre (ITC) focusing […]

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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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    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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    Zanu PF hawks eye Hurungwe West, Headlands

    The Headlands and Hurungwe West constituencies by-elections set for June 10 this year have generated a lot of interest within Zanu-PF where a host of hopefuls are angling for the […]

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    Mutamba’s book exposes Mtukudzi

    FORMER Oliver Mtukudzi’s publicist Shepherd Mutamba says he was not motivated by malice when he penned an explosive book, Tuku’s Backstage which was launched in Harare yesterday.

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    ‘Pray for President Mugabe’

    Prophet Walter Magaya has appealed to Zimbabweans and other people from all over the world to pray for President Robert Mugabe.

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    Council beerhalls in sorry state of decay

    For many urban beer drinkers, the spacious beer halls and beer gardens dotted around all cities and towns in the country were the places to be after a day’s work.

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    Zim, SA open for deeper economic co-operation

    President Robert Mugabe’s visit to South Africa earlier this month (April 7-9) marked the second state visit to the republic in 21 years. His last state visit was in 1994. […]

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    Boost for Zim, EU trade ties

    The European Union (EU) is set to sign an additional 1 million euros Regional Integration Support Programme with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and International Trade Centre (ITC) focusing […]

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    ZPC mulls $570m solar power project

    The Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) is set to embark on a $570 million solar power project to mitigate the crippling power shortages in the country.

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    Legislators push for Minerals Exploration Bill

    Legislators seek to press the Executive to bring before Parliament a Minerals Exploration Bill which will promote resource evaluation.

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    TelOne rolls out Metro Wifi

    STATE-owned Telecommunications company, TelOne has rebranded and introduced Metro Wifi Service and Fibre to the Home (FTTH) services.

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    Consolidation perpetuates diamond mining woes

    The proposed consolidation of diamond mining firms is a random, knee jack, inconsistent and incoherent action by the Mines ministry.

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    Governance Code calls for new national conscience

    Once again, Zimbabwe has been presented with yet another blueprint, a product of some of the nation’s best brains which is meant to right the many wrongs that have contributed […]

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    Why is Magaya targeting women?

    Women from all walks of life thronged The Blue Shade — PHD Ministries’ headquarters in Waterfalls, Harare on Friday night.

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    Tuku is only human, not infallible

    It seems Oliver Mtukudzi’s former publicist, Shepherd Mutamba, is nothing but a man desperate to regain the little fame that was rubbed on to him through his association with his […]

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    Pockets of protests a reflection of discontent

    “Your Excellency, we make the point that failure to act now will result in the unpalatable suffering of the Zimbabwean people and the temptation by others to resort to unlawful […]

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    Mugabe to go this year — Tsvangirai

    MASVINGO — MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said President Robert Mugabe’s “inevitable end was nigh” and vowed that the opposition party would remove the Zanu PF strongman from power this […]

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    Sadc Tribunal should re-open doors for individuals: LSZ

    The Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) has said it is important that the Sadc Tribunal based in Namibia be restored to its original form following recent xenophobic attacks in South […]

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    Intruders caught at Mujuru farm

    Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s life could be in danger amid reports that intruders, including suspected state security officials, were constantly being intercepted at her Beatrice Farm.

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