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More ART-administering clinics for Bulawayo

MINISTRY of Health and Child Care in conjunction with the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has increased the number of clinics providing Anti-Retroviral (ART) treatment in Bulawayo. The clinics received a donation of three Human Immune Virus/ Opportunistic Infection Pre-Fabricated Porta ...

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EMA applauds environmental improvements in Plumtree

THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has applauded health clubs in Plumtree for taking a stand to improve hygiene and sanitation in the border town. EMA Matebeleland South Provincial environmental education and publicity officer Thembokuhle Moyo said these clubs are making a huge difference in Plumtree ...

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British Embassy castigates Gvt’s U-turn in BVR kits procurement

By Arnold Dube THE British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Catriona Laing has expressed concern over Government’s U-turn in the procurement of the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits saying if the process is not handled well, it would shadow the credibility of the 2018 polls. In an ...

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“Speeding” kombi kills one, injures two

By Memory Ncube A GRADE Five pupil died on the spot while two others were seriously injured after being hit by a “speeding” commuter omnibus near Matshobane suburb along Luveve road this morning. The deceased is said to be a pupil at Gampu Primary School ...

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Bulawayo’s Chief Fire Officer warns residents

By Arnold Dube BULAWAYO City Council’s Fire, Rescue and Emergency department has advised residents to be on high alert of fire related accidents as the winter season draws closer. The city has in the past recorded an increase of fire related accidents during the cold ...

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“Women have special needs,” – Gender Minister

By Sibusiso Moyo MINISTER of Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development Nyasha Chikwinya says women at Sipepa Transit Camp need sanitary wear amid revelations that items such as food and clothing have been the prominent donations received by the Tsholotsho flood victims so far. Speaking ...

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BCC sets record straight

By Memory Ncube BULAWAYO City Council has taken a stand to set the record straight about the re-naming and naming of city’s public features. Over the past month there has been a lot of debate on the naming of public features and streets and the ...

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SMEs encouraged to produce quality products

SMALL to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have been implored to produce quality products that will claim a higher percentage of the market share in order for their businesses to excel and stand out in the country’s struggling economy. Speaking during the inaugural ceremony of the CBZ ...

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“Find Zim-centric opportunities” – local SMEs told

SMALL to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have been encouraged to find Zimbabwe centred opportunities they can harness to claim their space in the market and drive the economy forward. Speaking at a CBZ Holdings International SME Indaba held at Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre,  chairman of integrated association ...

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Rotarians pledge more support for developmental projects

By Samantha Ndebele THE Rotary Club of Knoxville in Tennesse, United States has pledged more support to their Bulawayo South counterparts, saying the people in Zimbabwe are generally hardworking and eager for developmental partnerships. The president of the Knoxville Club, Allen Parnell told Radio Dialogue ...

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