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GMAZ lobbies Govt to review price of subsidised mealie-meal

The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has lobbied the government to increase the price of subsidised mealie-meal, saying the…

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ZAPU demands truth on Luveve diarrhoea outbreak

Government and Bulawayo City Council (BCC) have been urged to be transparent about the source of contamination that triggered a…

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BCC on diarrhoea outbreak: Delay in seeking treatment could have led to fatalities

Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has urged residents to seek early medical assistance should they experience any diarrhoea symptoms. The local…

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MP frets over proposed Covid-19 quarantine centre

Member of Parliament for Mpopoma-Pelandaba, Charles Moyo has expressed concern over the planned relocation of returnees from Bulawayo Polytechnic to Rio…

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Special exam for LSU student on isolation

A special examination will be set for a post-graduate student at Lupane State University (LSU), who is in isolation after…

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Matiza taken to task over poor state of roads

Members of Parliament this week took Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister, Joel Matiza, to task over the poor state of…

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MPs call for the rehabilitation of boreholes in Matabeleland

Members of Parliament (MPs) have called upon the government to rehabilitate dysfunctional boreholes in Matabeleland, some of which were drilled…

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Empower Bank faces funding constraints

The youth-targeted – Empower Bank – is facing a funding squeeze, as it is struggling to raise the capital needed…

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2020/2021 farming season: Govt planning for the worst

With Zimbabwe having come out of two seasons of consecutive droughts, the government says it is planning for the worst…

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Mental scars linger for Kwekwe machete violence victims

By William Milasi MEMORIES are still fresh and deeply etched in the mind of Marvis Matambo as she recalls the…

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