Confusion over Form One enrolment
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Confusion over Form One enrolment

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — FORM One boarding enrolment for 2017 is in chaos following…

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Illegal distillers sprout in industrial sites
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Illegal distillers sprout in industrial sites

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — ZIMBABWE has in recent years been faced with the rising…

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Small grains production declines
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Small grains production declines

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — Global warming and climate change have resulted in a colossal…

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Met Department forecasts: Farmers cry foul
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Met Department forecasts: Farmers cry foul

Harmony Agere — THE rainfall season is well underway but the general consensus is that…

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Thinking outside the box
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Thinking outside the box

Harmony Agere — After several hours of job searching in Harare’s Central Business District without…

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Murewa sanitation festival brings hope
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Murewa sanitation festival brings hope

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — Murewa Rural District Council hailed the partnership with CAFOD, saying…

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Living in fear of monster floods
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Living in fear of monster floods

 :La Nina begins to take its toll : Disaster management under scrutiny Harmony Agere — THE monstrous…

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Survival of  the richest
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Survival of the richest

Harmony Agere — The cost of medical treatment in Zimbabwe continues to soar against the…

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Air Marshal Shiri comes to the rescue
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Air Marshal Shiri comes to the rescue

Harmony Agere recently in Muzarabani — Beyond Mountain Darwin, near the edges of the Mavuradonha plateau…

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Prisoners for Command Agric
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Prisoners for Command Agric

The Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) will be participating in Government’s Command Agriculture scheme…

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Metropolitan authorities remain adamant about low dam levels
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Metropolitan authorities remain adamant about low dam levels

Despite claims by Harare City Council that its water sources are running out, a Water…

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Good rains don’t mean good harvests
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Good rains don’t mean good harvests

The Meteorological Services Department’s 2016-17 summer season outlook shows that the onset of the rains…

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Brace for more thirst till 2017
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Brace for more thirst till 2017

The water situation in Harare and Chitungwiza is bad. And it is about to get…

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‘Holiday lessons never banned’
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‘Holiday lessons never banned’

Archibald Sanyanga, a middle-aged father of three from Harare’s Glen View suburb, lowers his huge…

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Chivi rural folk to see the light
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Chivi rural folk to see the light