Prof Murwira is no mad scientist
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Prof Murwira is no mad scientist

Sharon Munjenjema Science continues to push the boundaries of reality, and increasingly the distinction between…

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Renal patients register for dialysis
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Renal patients register for dialysis

Natasha Kokai The number of patients registering for kidney dialysis has risen significantly after Government…

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CAPS to reopen two plants
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CAPS to reopen two plants

Rumbidzai Muparutsa CAPS Pharmaceuticals – Zimbabwe’s country’s largest pharmaceuticals manufacturer – will reopen two plants…

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Youth Service  gets new mojo
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Youth Service gets new mojo

Sharon Munjenjema Government is reconfiguring the National Youth Service into the Build Zimbabwe Project by…

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$4,7 million pumped into free blood
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$4,7 million pumped into free blood

Tanyaradzwa Kutaura Government has disbursed $4,7 million to the National Blood Services of Zimbabwe to…

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International gong for Diaspora housing project
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International gong for Diaspora housing project

A local property development initiative, which was formed by Zimbabweans based in Washington, United States…

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FCZ frets over woodlands
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FCZ frets over woodlands

Tichafara Bepe As Zimbabwe cheers the growing army of tobacco farmers and burgeoning growth in…

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Good news on the wheat front
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Good news on the wheat front

Sharon Munjenjema Zimbabwe is projected to harvest a better-than-expected 200 000 tonnes of wheat, according…

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Varsity towns edge closer to reality
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Varsity towns edge closer to reality

Sharon Munjenjema The comprehensive review and standardisation of Zimbabwe’s higher and tertiary education, including the…

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‘Personal hygiene is first line of defence’
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‘Personal hygiene is first line of defence’

Rumbidzai Muparutsa The public should practice basic personal hygiene as the first line of defence…

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Municipalities  poisoning water bodies
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Municipalities poisoning water bodies

Tichafara Bepe Urban local authorities are the biggest polluters of natural water bodies, with the…

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$30m needed for water meters
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$30m needed for water meters

Natasha Kokai The Harare City Council, which planned to roll out prepaid water meters last…

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Government ringfences cancer budget
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Government ringfences cancer budget

Rumbidzai Muparutsa Government has spent $3 million on cervical cancer control and will ensure that…

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Government  raises $23m  from tobacco levy
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Government raises $23m from tobacco levy

Tichafara Bepe In the past three years, Government has raised $23 million from a tobacco…

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Massive investmets for agric sector
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Massive investmets for agric sector

Tanyaradzwa Kutaura Government has come up with a multi-pronged strategy which, among many other ambitious…

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