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Mpopoma residents during a community dialogue meeting

Mpopoma residents decry “unfair” evictions

By Leonorah Nkomo MPOPOMA residents have expressed concern over ‘unfair’ evictions of tenants by landlords due to failure to pay rent fees on time owing to the recent cash crisis which has negatively affected almost every sector. Speaking at a Community Dialogue meeting in the suburb, ...

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Zim church leaders call Govt for dialogue

CHURCH Leaders in Zimbabwe have called for a National Dialogue between the government and different stakeholders to address people’s grievances. The leaders say so far government and almost all political parties have failed to address the people’s grievances, which have in-turn culminated in widespread anti-government ...

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La Nina is a cooling of the water in the equatorial Pacific that occurs at irregular intervals and is associated with widespread changes in weather patterns complementary to those of El Niño, but less extensive and damaging in their effects.

Out El Nino, in comes La Nina

EL NINO, a harsh weather phenomenon, is showing signs of subsiding – giving way to a 70 percent chance for the incoming of La Nina, which is the positive phase of the El Nino and is associated with cooler than average sea surface temperatures. La ...

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Mat North villagers in birth certificates quandary

MATABELELAND North provincial Registrar Willard Sayenda is appealing to government to come up with a special arrangement for people from the area who are based in South Africa to register their children, amid reports that most children in the province fail to access national registration ...

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Togolese President opens 57th ZITF edition

THE Togolese President Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé Friday officially opened the 57th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) emphasising integration among African countries through trade. Speaking during the ceremony Essozimna said there is a need for African countries to promote integration, which will in-turn ...

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Delta to deter teens from alcohol consumption

The country’s leading beer and soft drink manufactures Delta Corporation has devised plans to deter teens from consuming alcohol amid concerns that more and more underage people are partaking in binging. In an interview at the ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Delta Corporation corporate ...

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“US sanctions not meant to harm the people,”- Thomas Jnr

United States Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K Thomas Junior says the US imposed sanctions were not intended to harm the average person and is hopeful that through politics, the measures will be lifted. “Those sanctions were put in place in 2002 by our President and ...

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Zim marks 36 years of Independence

Zimbabwe today turns 36 years with little to show for it’s independence amid massive economic meltdown and widespread poverty. While the government has planned huge and lavish commemorations in Bulawayo and Harare at White City and National Sports Stadiums respectively, millions of Zimbabweans are under ...

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This is where Zimbabwe went wrong

By Andisiwe Sibindi Since the birth of Zimbabwe in 1980, there is no denying that Zimbabwe started to decay sooner than it was born. Politics of vengeance, atavism and reward, economics of egoism and structural violence and social of dominance and subjugation characterised the new ...

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Nketha women mull beating unemployment

WOMEN in Bulawayo’s Nketha suburb are joining efforts, combining their talents to form income generating co-operatives, as a strategy to reduce unemployment and poverty. The women, speaking at a community dialogue meeting recently said they have the adequate skills and only lacked coordination to realise ...

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