Credit Reference Bureau goes live
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Credit Reference Bureau goes live

Harmony Agere in KARIBA THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says the Central Credit Reference…

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Of the ‘brutal gold  war’ at Sabi Gold Mine
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Of the ‘brutal gold war’ at Sabi Gold Mine

Harmony Agere recently in Zvishavane Script writers of even the most violent films in Hollywood…

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‘Rogue parents killing our schools’
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‘Rogue parents killing our schools’

Harmony Agere The Government’s directive which prohibits expelling of learners whose guardians fail to pay…

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A sound jurist, a real patriot
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A sound jurist, a real patriot

Dr Simbi Mubako Cde Godfrey Chidyausiku served Zimbabwe as Chief Justice remarkably for nearly 17…

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New penalties for errant drivers
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New penalties for errant drivers

Harmony Agere  — The tragedy of the Nyamatikiti bus inferno which recently left 31 people…

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Another fillip for Zim agric
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Another fillip for Zim agric

Harmony Agere Smallholder farmers are set to be the major beneficiaries of the Zimbabwe Country…

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WFP insurance for smallholders
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WFP insurance for smallholders

Harmony Agere The UN World Food Programme is setting up a micro-insurance fund to cushion…

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Schools dribble past fees freeze
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Schools dribble past fees freeze

Harmony Agere and Debra Matabvu Several schools are circumventing a 2014 Government directive to freeze…

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EMA  to gain accreditation to the  climate adaptation fund
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EMA to gain accreditation to the climate adaptation fund

Harmony Agere — Government has entered into a partnership with Kenya’s Ministry of Environment and…

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White gold gains traction. . . as threat of side-marketing looms
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White gold gains traction. . . as threat of side-marketing looms

Harmony Agere Stakeholders in the cotton industry have called upon Government to declare this year’s…

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Rains put pressure on tobacco farmers
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Rains put pressure on tobacco farmers

Incessant rains being experienced across the country have resulted in the early maturity of tobacco,…

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Curriculum review enters final phase
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Curriculum review enters final phase

Harmony Agere — The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has entered the third and…

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The business of survival in Mbare
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The business of survival in Mbare

Harmony Agere — The acrid stench wafting through the busy streets does not deter scores…

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Life expectancy  doubles to 58
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Life expectancy doubles to 58

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — ZIMBABWEANS’ life expectancy has increased by 37 percent during the…

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. . . as medical tourism flourishes
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. . . as medical tourism flourishes

Harmony Agere Extra Reporter — WITH the falling standards in public health institutions and exorbitant…

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