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Illegal brick moulders exploit children

By Tinashe Mungazi  Child rights activists have raised a red flag over the increase in child labour and women exploitation…

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Gwayi-Shangani dam construction to resume

By Tinashe Mungazi The construction of the Gwayi-Shangani dam is set to resume after the government recently availed US$200 million…

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High Court dismisses Gukurahundi exhumations case

The High Court, Friday,  dismissed with costs, an application by activists to stop the government from conducting Gukurahundi exhumations and…

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Human rights violations escalate as police enforce lockdown

By Musa Makina Bulawayo residents’ woes have been heightened during Covid-19 induced lockdown by police brutality, harassment and cruel treatment,…

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Op-Ed: How Zanu came into existence (Part 2)

By Irvine Sibhona 1980 proved to be a pivotal year for Zanu. A lot was at stake. It was either…

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Relief for cross-border traders

CROSS-border traders have received massive boost after their organisation yesterday unveiled a cheaper Coronavirus testing facility, a move that will…

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Zimbabwe is in deep pain, needs healing: Kasukuwere

Zimbabwe is in deep pain and needs healing, former cabinet minister and Zanu-PF political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere said Wednesday. Kasukuwere…

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Leopard terrorises Vic Falls residents

By Nokuthaba Dlamini Victoria Falls residents have been cautioned to avoid walking at night after a leopard and its cubs…

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Schools reopening: Teachers seek audience with Govt

Teachers` unions in Zimbabwe have called for the establishment of an inclusive Covid-19 task force to assess the level of preparedness…

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Govt to set up a polytechnic in Plumtree

The Government is working on establishing an industrial training college in Plumtree, CITE has learnt. In an interview with CITE,…

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