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Prepaid water meters to improve revenue collection in Gwanda

By Franklin Sibindi PREPAID water meters being rolled out in Gwanda are set to improve Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) revenue collection and will also provide a payment plan for owing residents in the mining town. In an interview, Waterlite Zimbabwe operations manager McDonald Mudege, ...

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War Vet’s education funding scheme inconveniences students

By Franklin Sibindi BENEFICIARIES of the War Veterans’ Education Fund are complaining about the inconsistencies in the delivery of the funding citing disruption in studies following disbursement delays. In an interview, beneficiaries said the War Veterans, War Collaborators, Former Political Detainees And Restrictees ministry should ...

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“Traffic police allowing motorists’ noncompliance” – TIZ

AN International anti-corruption coalition, Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ), says traffic police are now neglecting their law-enforcement duty by allowing drivers to avoid compliance to road laws by accepting bribes. This follows reports by public service vehicle drivers that there is a three dollar bribe that ...

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President Robert Mugabe

Of thinking citizens and sinking government

By Ronald Moyo We are a thinking generation fighting against the sinking regime. Whilst we are thinking; thinking and thinking how they think we dont think, they have been sinking ; sinking and sinking. They think we don’t think, but I think we think better ...

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ZAPU leader, Dr Dumiso Dabengwa.

Re-elected Dabengwa won’t stand in 2018 elections

RE-ELECTED, ZAPU leader, Dr Dumiso Dabengwa, said he will not contest in the 2018 elections but will step aside for another party member to do so. Dr Dabengwa, who was unchallenged, was Friday voted as ZAPU president at the party’s 8th congress which ended today. ...

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Pumula and Marvel cemeteries now open for burials

By Arnold Dube  BULAWAYO City Council has notified residents that cemeteries in Pumula South and Marvel in Mahatshula are now open for burials. This was announced during the city council’s 2016 budget performance review programme meeting held with residents Thursday at the Small City Hall. ...

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War vets association can’t claim monopoly over all veterans – Dube

By Franklin Sibindi  MINISTER Of War Veterans, War Collaborators, Former Political Detainees And Restrictees, Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube, says the war veteran associations cannot reclaim monopoly of control over all veterans of the Liberation struggle, amid the increasing tension taking place within the association. Briefing ...

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Bulawayo School Children Talent Show on

By Giyani Moyo BULAWAYO children from various primary schools in the city will on  Saturday  converge for a talent show to be held at the Bulawayo Theatre. Speaking to this reporter, the organisers of the show Fearfully  and Wonderfully  Created (FWC) represented by Tasha Mpofu ...

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Growing calls for coalition, as ZAPU congress kicks off

ZAPU’s 8th Congress kicked off today in Bulawayo with growing calls from people for the opposition to form one ‘strong’ united front. Hundreds of party members drawn from the country’s 10 provinces converged at the Amphitheater for the proceedings. Also in attendance were other oppositional ...

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The new ZAPU National Executive Council.

Police question ZAPU youth for Devolution Way road sign

POLICE today summoned a ZAPU youth leader for questioning in connection with the Devolution Way signs that were plastered over Robert Mugabe way early this week. The road change name occurred this past Tuesday, when the whole part of Robert Mugabe Way in Bulawayo was changed to ...

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