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ZESA negligence: Three Mangwe learners electrocuted

Three learners from Kweneng Primary School in Mangwe, Matabeleland South, were electrocuted Tuesday by collapsed electricity cables in an incident…

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Civil Registry warns of fake e-passport application website

Zimbabwean citizens have been warned by the Civil Registry Department not to fall prey to a fake website that claims…

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Zim economy a complete disaster: Biti

Zimbabwe is in an economic crisis characterized by an increase in prices of basic commodities and inflation, Former Finance Minister…

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Support farmers to grow more cotton to produce cooking oil, partly tells govt

The increase in the price of cooking oil has riled consumers prompting parliamentarians to implore the government to provide extra…

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Trial of suspects trading in endangered species begins

The trial of four suspects arrested in Mwenezi last month after being found in possession of a live pangolin, four…

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Only 6% of Byo residents have received Covid-19 booster shot

Public health experts in Bulawayo have raised concern over the slow uptake of the Covid-19 booster shot in the city.…

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Reduction in testing and sequencing hinders effective Covid-19 tracing

The reduction in testing and sequencing by countries is hindering effective tracing of Covid-19 at a time when global cases…

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ZEPs holders urged to apply for other visas as deadline looms

The South African government has urged Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEPs) holders who wish to continue staying in the country after…

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Leather entrepreneurs sew up new markets

A group of young entrepreneurial women in Bulawayo are making their mark in the leather industry as they received a…

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Unions slam govt for docking ‘incapacitated’ teachers’ salaries

Teachers’ unions slammed the government for docking salaries for teachers who earlier in the year failed to turn up for…

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