Kwese TV goes off air
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Kwese TV goes off air

Econet Media Limited (Mauritius) owned Kwese TV stopped operations in Zimbabwe yesterday after the Broadcasting…

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Fall armyworm still a huge threat
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Fall armyworm still a huge threat

The fall armyworm which affected about a third of the maize crop in rural areas…

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Relief for tertiary students
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Relief for tertiary students

State-owned institutions of higher learning could soon reduce tuition fees for students on industrial attachment…

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2017/18 National Climate Outlook
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2017/18 National Climate Outlook

ZIMBABWE is likely to experience another good harvest in 2018 after the Meteorological Services Department…

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Gmb buying price triggers smuggling
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Gmb buying price triggers smuggling

The Government’s maize import ban together with a high buying price at the Grain Marketing…

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Age ain’t nothing but a number
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Age ain’t nothing but a number

It is said true love comes to those who wait.  16,999 total views, 6 views today

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My hands are clean
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My hands are clean

SHE kept the decomposing bodies of her husband and son in separate huts at her…

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A record written in blood
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A record written in blood

When Harare’s Ernest Hatchett gave his 250th pint of blood about a month ago, he…

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Govt takes ICTs to the people
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Govt takes ICTs to the people

Harmony Agere President Mugabe not only displayed his easy-going nature when he, in the middle…

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Stodart Hall: unvalued gem
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Stodart Hall: unvalued gem

Harmony Agere STODART Hall, located in Zimbabwe’s oldest township of Mbare, makes little impression of…

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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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