Teachers in make  or break meeting
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Teachers in make or break meeting

Teachers head for tomorrow’s crunch meeting with the Apex Council a divided front as the…

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Zim’s food situation set to improve
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Zim’s food situation set to improve

THE number of food-insecure people in the country is set to decrease by over 50…

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Chronicles of a 13-year-old detainee
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Chronicles of a 13-year-old detainee

In 1979, in the twilight stages of the liberation war, the struggle heightened leaving most…

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Supa wants super healthy Nyanga
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Supa wants super healthy Nyanga

Over 3 000 people in Nyanga South constituency last week received free medical services courtesy…

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‘UN-interested’  in Mugabe rants
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‘UN-interested’ in Mugabe rants

The United Nations is uninterested in former President Mr Robert Mugabe’s rants questioning the legality…

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Investment in extension services crucial
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Investment in extension services crucial

Small-scale farmers in communal areas are struggling to adapt to climate change due to declining…

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Education system is in a mess
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Education system is in a mess

Harmony Agere In yet another low for the education sector, some schools are demanding that…

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Agric puts its best foot forward
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Agric puts its best foot forward

In his inaugural speech on November 24, 2017, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe’s economic turnaround…

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Rail trip to Mutare
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Rail trip to Mutare

My first journey on a train was as a toddler in the late 1980s, travelling…

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Changing Zim through irrigation
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Changing Zim through irrigation

  President Emmerson Mnangagwa has hailed the Siyalima Irrigation Scheme in Nyambari Village, Guruve South,…

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Swapping hoes for hammers
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Swapping hoes for hammers

The rainy season is a period when most women in rural Zimbabwe spend the bulk…

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Ravaging effects of climate change
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Ravaging effects of climate change

If there has ever been any doubt of the ravaging effects of climate change, the…

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Life serves lemons on Christmas Day
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Life serves lemons on Christmas Day

On Christmas Eve, Mr Paddington Mazhazha of Stoneridge Park, Harare, was both happy and anxious.…

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Hospital fees scrapped
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Hospital fees scrapped

Medical fees for infants, senior citizens and pregnant women\nursing mothers at State-run hospitals have been…

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Great expectations for 2018
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Great expectations for 2018

Harmony Agere “Last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await…

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