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ZIFA to attend continental symposium in Morocco

ZIFA’S top brass will get a chance to exchange notes on football development with about 200 representatives from across the continent when they attend a study day to be held at the Mohamed VI Football Complex in Salé, a city in north-western Morocco. The symposium is being organised by FIFA together with the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and is ...

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Cop arrested for stocktheft

A BEITBRIDGE based cop and a teacher at a local school in Gwanda have appeared in court for allegedly selling four cattle that they had stolen from a grazing area. Blessing Moyana (33) who is stationed at ZRP Tuli Camp allegedly used his position as a police officer to fraudulently clear the animals. Moyana and Marshal Phida (36) who is ...

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UN mission engages ZEC

A delegation from the United Nations (UN) Electoral Needs Assessment Mission is in the country to evaluate the capacity and needs of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC). ZEC chief elections officer Mr Utloile Silaigwana said the visit aimed at determining whether the UN should provide electoral assistance to Zimbabwe or not. “I can confirm that the UN Electoral Needs Assessment ...

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Harare council needs $45 million each month for water chemicals

Harare mayor Herbert Gomba has said the local authority needs $45m per month to buy water chemicals and other things to produce water. The council is struggling to supply clean water to the residents. “Council needs $45m each month to buy water chemicals and other things to produce water for a month and all residents are able to pay is ...

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Zanu-PF, Police clash in Mazowe

Zanu-PF leaders in Mazowe on Saturday confronted the ZRP over some rogue officers who were illegally mining and issuing travel passes to residents staying in Jumbo Mine while the blitz against illegal gold miners is still ongoing. They stormed the police station demanding audience with acting officer commanding Support Unit Assistant Commissioner Bazidi Dube.

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Harare-Mutare highway accident: Two bodies not yet identified

Relatives of the people who died in a road accident that claimed 16 lives along the Harare-Mutare highway at the weekend have been collecting bodies of the deceased for burial while two of the victims are yet to be positively identified. Acting Manicaland Provincial Development Coordinator, Edgar Seenza says 14 of the 16 people who perished in Saturday’s accident along ...

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Chamisa’s Tuesday rally still on

POLICE in Harare have suddenly made an about turn and allowed MDC President Nelson Chamisa to launch his much anticipated State of the Nation Agenda (SONA) 2020 mini-rally at Stodart Hall in Mbare, Harare on Tuesday. Police made the about turn announcement to the opposition party on Sunday afternoon. The launch was blocked last week after Chamisa had made arrangements ...

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President Emmerson Mnangagwa is planning a genocide under the guise of crushing the rogue Mashurugwi gang political analyst Dr Dinizulu Macaphulana has said. Mashurugwi gangs have been wreaking havoc all over the country with accusations that they are killing and injuring citizens especially in mining areas. Said Macaphulana, “The Mashurugwi have murdered a number of people including a police officer, ...

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A tribute to the late Dr Oliver Mtukudzi

On 23 January 2019. I received a text message from my daughter Hazel Rumbidzai saying “Nematambudziko Tuku atisiya your favourite musician”. “Tuku” Mtukudzi was a musician, businessman, philanthropist, human rights activist and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Southern Africa Region. Tuku was considered to have been Zimbabwe’s most renowned and internationally recognised cultural icon of all time. It was a very ...

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AirZim receives new Boeing 777 from Malaysia

AIR ZIMBABWE has received a new plane Boeing B777 in a development that is part of the government’s ongoing plans to resuscitate the airline. Three more planes are set to arrive in the following weeks. Speaking this Monday on the arrival of the new Boeing which was brought by the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development, Joe Biggie Matiza from ...

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