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Mabutweni Messengers’ Camp occupants in a state of quandary

Thirty-three families living in squalid conditions at the neglected Mabutweni Messengers Camp in Bulawayo are in a state of a…

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Bulawayo-Nkayi Road construction mired in fresh controversy

The construction of the long-awaited Bulawayo-Nkayi Road is mired in fresh controversy following revelations that some government officials have been…

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For whom the bell tolls: End of permits to affect more than ZEP holders

Dingulwazi Ncube quit his teaching job in Zimbabwe and took his life to South Africa at the turn of the…

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Paying the price for development in Zimbabwe: Relocations and displacements translates into untold pain and suffering  

By Lungelo Ndhlovu Three years after the adoption of the Vision 2030 development policy push which seeks to transform Zimbabwe…

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Gross mismanagement and corruption threaten NRZ’s viability

Alleged gross mismanagement and corruption of unparalleled levels at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) are threatening the state entity’s…

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Zimbabwe’s opaque tax holidays benefit politically linked elites, foreigners

The government of Zimbabwe has extended tax exemptions or tax holidays to selected companies that are linked to the ruling…

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Storm at NRZ: Workers accuse GM of corruption and nepotism

BARELY six months after taking over as National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) substantive General Manager, Respina Zinyanduko is reportedly wreaking…

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No end in sight to Bots-Zim livestock conflict

Seventy-five-year-old Hlanganani Ndlovu of Ward 12 Bulilima West in Matabeleland South has for years grudgingly accepted that living at the border with…

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MSU’s skewed retrenchment scheme backfires

Midlands State University (MSU) faces a massive staff exodus after implementing a skewed and controversial employee voluntary retrenchment scheme, which…

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Maladministration; nepotism threatens the growth of Hwange Teachers’ College

Lecturers at the newly established Hwange Teachers College, are accusing their principal Dr Adam Luthuli of blatant maladministration and nepotism…

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