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  • Bhasikiti let down flood victims: Zivhu

    CHIVI Rural District Council chairperson, Killer Zivhu says Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister, Kudakwashe Bhasikiti let down thousands of Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims.

  • NRZ: Cellphones replace signals

    The National Railway of Zimbabwe’s entire railway system has been run down to a point where enginemen have to resort to using cellphones to communicate.

  • Highlanders lose ground

    An incoherent Highlanders dropped three crucial points and slid a rung down the Premier Soccer League standings after falling to Harare City at Rufaro yesterday.

  • Tsvangirai to lead demos

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is headed for a fresh clash with authorities amid revelations that he plans to personally lead street protests.

  • Zenzo Moyo adds voice on strikers

    By mid-season in the year 2000, Highlanders gunslinger Zenzo Moyo had already scored 22 goals before moving abroad to join his new club Olympiakos Nicosia in Cyprus.



Tackling Iraq’s insurgency will take time — Obama

President Barack Obama yesterday said US airstrikes had destroyed arms that Islamic State militants could have used against Iraqi Kurds.

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Banks urged to foster financial inclusivity

The banking and local financial services sector has a huge role to play in fostering financial inclusivity in Zimbabwe.

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‘Bennett, Mawere have not joined Renewal’

MDC Renewal spokesperson, Jacob Mafume says South Africa-based Zimbabwean businessman Mutumwa Mawere and MDC-T treasurer-general Roy Bennett have not joined the breakaway party.

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