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    Digitisation project 37% complete: Government

    By Thabani Zwelibanzi  The government says the Zimbabwe digitisation project is 37 percent complete, but continues to be hamstrung by…

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    Construction of Batoka Gorge Hydro Power Station to commence next year

    By Judith Sibanda The construction of the Batoka Gorge Hydropower station is set to commence at the end of 2020,…

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    S1 142 won’t affect you, ZTA assures foreign tourists

    By Albert Nxumalo Foreign tourists have been assured that the recently announced financial measures banning the use of foreign currency in…

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    Zimbabwe improves on human trafficking ranking

    By Thabani Zwelibanzi In a rare bit of good news from the United States, Zimbabwe has been commended for the…

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    1m people in Zimbabwe suffering from mental disorders

    By Senzeni Ncube One million people in Zimbabwe suffer from mental and neurological disorders and most of them do not…

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    Zimbabwe inflation rate races to 98%

    By Thabani Zwelibanzi Barely a week after Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube announced that the prices of basics will start going…

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    Mohadi implores govt to improve health sector

    ZANU-PF senator for Beitbridge, Tambudzani Mohadi, has urged the government to set up more health centres in rural and resettlement…

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    Timber hectarage declines

    BY SENZENI NCUBE The Timbers Producers Federation (TPF) says the country is likely to experience a shortage of timber due…

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    US issues Zimbabwe travel warning

    By Thabani Zwelibanzi The United States has issued a new travel warning for Zimbabwe, warning its citizens that they should…

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    ‘Govt scared to licence community radio stations’

    By Vumani Mthiyane Parliamentarians have raised concern at the government`s reluctance to licence community radio stations, saying they are a…

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