August road carnage avoidable
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August road carnage avoidable

The carnage on the country’s roads has almost become traditional during each holiday season. 1,632 total…

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Insight into Zim’s labour laws
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Insight into Zim’s labour laws

THE recent landmark judgements by the Supreme Court pertaining the dismissal and welfare of workers…

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Gang of Five and the tollgate
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Gang of Five and the tollgate

The Magariro Co-operative members say they voluntarily embarked on the plan five years ago and…

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‘Demolitions to go ahead’
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‘Demolitions to go ahead’

Teen marriages: When justice fails to deliver
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Teen marriages: When justice fails to deliver

“If the two men who briefly lived as husband and wife with my two children…

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AGE OF CONSENT: She can’t drive, she can’t vote. . . but she can have sex!
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AGE OF CONSENT: She can’t drive, she can’t vote. . . but she can have sex!

Parents need to step up and take an active role in assisting their children to…

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Who wants urban toll gates?
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Who wants urban toll gates?

>> Government says yes >> Motorists say no >> Transport operators say no >> Commuters…

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Underworld cartel behind vendors in CBD
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Underworld cartel behind vendors in CBD

An underworld cartel is behind the illegal vendors operating in the Harare Central Business District,…

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HEALTH: Drug makers need shot in the arm
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HEALTH: Drug makers need shot in the arm

Edwin Mwase and Sharon Kavhu Data from the Ministry of Health and Child Care shows…

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Harare Vendors: This madness must stop!
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Harare Vendors: This madness must stop!

“Catastrophic circumstances of stratospheric magnitudes,” describes the situation obtaining right at the epicentre of Zimbabwe’s…

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Transmedia receive US$3m digitalisation equipment
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Transmedia receive US$3m digitalisation equipment

BROADCASTING signal carrier Transmedia yesterday received equipment worth US$3 million dollars from Chinese ICT giant…

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Minister Made sued
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Minister Made sued

THE Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe has filed an urgent High Court application seeking an…

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EDUCATION: New curricula clarified
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EDUCATION: New curricula clarified

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education last week completed the draft curriculum on education…

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Working towards food security
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Working towards food security

The food security situation in the country remains precarious, mainly as a result of the…

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Celebrating rise of  the informal worker
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Celebrating rise of the informal worker

Edwin Mwase The general distress in the economy mainly as a result of punitive sanctions…

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