Top 10 world’s most polluted cities
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Top 10 world’s most polluted cities

According to the 2011 World Health Organisation (WHO) report, pollution is measured as the microgramme…

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Blame it on us
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Blame it on us

Levi Mukarati It is estimated that worldwide, an average of 800 people (the majority of…

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The death of winter wheat cropping
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The death of winter wheat cropping

Faith Mhandu As the winter wheat season fast approaches, most commercial farmers are scratching their…

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Amakhosi corporate partner dreams big
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Amakhosi corporate partner dreams big

The corporate investor which is partnering Inxusa 2014, a Bulawayo-based business consultancy, Stop to Start…

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Sibling rivalry, there’s no winning
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Sibling rivalry, there’s no winning

Roaming with Prudence Some very informative feedback from a valued reader, Shamiso, who had this…

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Zifa election hiccup
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Zifa election hiccup

Langton Nyakwenda The ongoing Zifa elections, that are the subject of a court challenge, were…

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Uncertainty looms large over ZPC Kariba
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Uncertainty looms large over ZPC Kariba

Langton Nyakwenda Neither the scorching heat that usually sees temperatures peaking at 40 degrees Celsius…

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!…

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Health delivery system requires redress
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Health delivery system requires redress

Enacy Mapakamwe The death of popular ZTV presenter Tendai Chitsinde during childbirth last week represents…

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Of HIV and border towns
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Of HIV and border towns

Edwin Mwase Living or passing through a border town can evoke different emotions in different…

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A plus for Zim’s health system
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A plus for Zim’s health system

Harmony Agere “In the realm of using education as the ultimate tool for our socio-economic…

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Battle against malaria continues
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Battle against malaria continues

A mother frantically says her son’s name, again and again, in the half-empty acute-care room…

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Harare Hospital runs out of admission space
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Harare Hospital runs out of admission space

Faith Mhandu and Sharon Kavhu Scores of seriously ill patients are being turned away from…

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NAC to start Aids spending  assessment programme
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NAC to start Aids spending assessment programme

Sharon Kavhu The National Aids Council (NAC) will this week embark on a National Aids…

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