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    A South African king yesterdaymapologised for the xenophobic attacks that displaced over 1 000 Zimbabweans early this year, saying people from the two countries must co-exist as they have a […]

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    HOW Mine coach Luke Masomere has cast doubts over Dynamos’ ability to win their fifth straight Castle Lager Premier League title ahead of his team’s clash with the champions at […]

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  • Makandiwa prophesies oil reserves in Zim

    UNITED Family Interdenominational Church (UFIC) leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa says God has shown him that a rare oil resource will be discovered in Zimbabwe and that the discovery would bring […]

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  • Mugabe’s 10-point plan to nowhere

    President Robert Mugabe last week provided the prescription for the economic crisis, the same path he has walked since 1980 but failed on implementation.

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    Religious fundamentalism is alien to Zimbabwe, but signs of its proliferation are beginning to manifest themselves in different ways as money increasingly becomes the centrepiece and main driver for building […]

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China rocked by second deadly chemical plant blast in two weeks

SHANGHAI – A huge explosion ripped through a chemical plant in eastern China, killing one person and injuring nine, Xinhua news agency said, less than two weeks after two deadly […]

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IMF comes to town

THE International Monetary Fund team will jet in tomorrow for a review of the second economic reform plan for Zimbabwe amid indications that the country has met some of its […]

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Grace stokes succession fire

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has again emerged as a leading contender in the race to take over from her ageing husband President Robert Mugabe after resuming her high profile rallies.

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    SA king apologises for xenophobia

    A South African king yesterdaymapologised for the xenophobic attacks that displaced over 1 000 Zimbabweans early this year, saying people from the two countries must co-exist as they have a […]

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    Vendors to take Grace to court

    VENDORS affiliated to the Zimbabwe Informal Sector’s Organisation (Ziso) are preparing to take the First Lady Grace Mugabe to court for taking their goods confiscated by authorities at border posts […]

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    Zanu PF youths disrupt ZESN event

    A group of rowdy Zanu PF supporters destroyed council property at the Kwekwe Theatre late Friday and sent speakers at the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) organised meeting scurrying for […]

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    Mapositori power struggles

    Religious fundamentalism is alien to Zimbabwe, but signs of its proliferation are beginning to manifest themselves in different ways as money increasingly becomes the centrepiece and main driver for building […]

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    Maternity shelters saving lives

    Pregnancy complications are usually undetectable during early stages and often become apparent during labour, especially if expecting mothers do not go for regular checkups.

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    Rely on facts, not assumptions

    On Friday June 12, the balloon popped, marking the beginning of the Chinese stock market crash. Within one month, a third of the value of Class A shares on the […]

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    IMF comes to town

    THE International Monetary Fund team will jet in tomorrow for a review of the second economic reform plan for Zimbabwe amid indications that the country has met some of its […]

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    Mining sector suffers blow as Kariba loses 30% capacity

    Zimbabwe’s mining industry faces a bleak future as the country’s main electricity supply plant, Kariba Hydro, has capped its output at 475 megawatts, down from a recent winter peak of […]

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    Mugabe’s 10-point plan to nowhere

    President Robert Mugabe last week provided the prescription for the economic crisis, the same path he has walked since 1980 but failed on implementation.

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    China slump rattles global markets

    The Chicago Board of Exchange (CBOE) Volatility Index (VIX) jumped to its highest level in more than six and a half years last Monday following a broad early morning stock […]

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    Huge relief for Mhofu as ZPC win

    ZPC registered their first win at home when they edged struggling WhaWha at Nyamhunga Stadium on Saturday.

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    Masomere taunts DeMbare

    HOW Mine coach Luke Masomere has cast doubts over Dynamos’ ability to win their fifth straight Castle Lager Premier League title ahead of his team’s clash with the champions at […]

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