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Latest: Mutsvangwa rallies Zimbabweans

🕔17.11.2017 13:31

Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’Association chairman, Chris Mutsvangwa has called on all Zimbabweans to attend a rally to be held at the Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, Harare tommorrow (Saturday)’in solidarity with the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) which seized control of the country ...

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Mugabe arrives at university in first public appearance since military takeover of Zimbabwe

🕔17.11.2017 10:31

By Louise Burke, Peta Thornycroft, in Harare and Reuters News Agency | The Telegraph |Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has arrived at a graduation ceremony at Harare’s Open University, in the leader’s first public appearance since the military seized control of the country.Zimbabwe’s President ...

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RBZ reviews tobacco incentive

🕔17.11.2017 07:32

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has conceded to tobacco farmers’ demand and increased their incentives by more than double from 5% to 12,5% for the 2018 marketing season.By Fidelity MhlangaEarly this month, NewsDay reported that farmers’ unions were lobbying for a review of the tobacco ...

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'We will turn IIZ into insurance college'

🕔17.11.2017 07:32

Tropical Reinsurance Company managing director, Ushe Mungaraza (UM) was on Tuesday elected as the new president of the Insurance Institute of Zimbabwe (IIZ), taking over from Edward Gomba. NewsDay (ND) business reporter, Mthandazo Nyoni caught up with Mungaraza during the IIZ annual conference ...

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In my life, in our time

🕔17.11.2017 07:31

On Wednesday morning, I did not need an alarm clock to wake me up. By 3 00am I was already alert and in multiple conversations on my phone. By Thembe KhumaloAfter I watched the army’s ZBCTv address I still wondered whether to go out for my daily run, but that internal debate ended abruptly as I ...

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6 Zambian fish poachers jailed

🕔17.11.2017 07:31

A KARIBA magistrate on Monday slapped six Zambians with eight months’ imprisonment terms for trespassing into Zimbabwean waters within Lake Kariba.BY Own Correspondent The six, who were nabbed with 70 kilogrammes of fish, were convicted on their own plea of guilty of charges of illegally entering ...

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Ndanga distances self from Zanu-PF

🕔17.11.2017 07:31

Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) president Johannes Ndanga has distanced himself from allegations that he is the one who called for First Lady Grace Mugabe's interface rally for the various apostolic sects.Ndanga said that some people in the ACCZ wanted to make it look ...

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Gweru residents demand bigger stands

🕔17.11.2017 07:31

GWERU residents have urged council to allocate them bigger stands at the new Mkoba 21 suburb, saying most of the stands were too small. This was revealed during a full council meeting this week.BY STEPHEN CHADENGA Mayor Charles Chikozho said council was inundated with requests by residents who ...

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10 injured as hailstorm wreaks havoc in Byo

🕔17.11.2017 07:31

AT least 10 Bulawayo residents were seriously injured in Emthuzini Hope Flight after a violent hailstorm hit the area on Wednesday evening, destroying houses and felling trees.BY ALEXIS SIBANDA / SHARON SIBINDI / NIZBERT MOYOActing Bulawayo chief fire officer Edward Mpofu confirmed the incident. ...

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Parliament to resume sitting: Mudenda

🕔17.11.2017 07:30

PARLIAMENT will on Tuesday resume sitting despite the fluid situation in the country after the military started an operation to “weed out criminal elements” surrounding President Robert Mugabe, which has already seen the arrest of some Cabinet minister linked to Zanu PF’s G40 faction.BY VENERANDA ...

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