The $202 million Gwanda scam
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The $202 million Gwanda scam

Garikai Mazara Just some 10 kilometres before Gwanda was a police roadblock (quite a realistic…

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Zim distributes 110 million condoms in 2016
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Zim distributes 110 million condoms in 2016

Harmony Agere In a development which has been lauded as positive behavioural change, Zimbabwe last…

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Chivayo explains ‘progress’
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Chivayo explains ‘progress’

The Sunday Mail Extra sent the following questions to Intratek Zimbabwe’s boss — Wicknell Chivayo…

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What is mercury poisoning?
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What is mercury poisoning?

Mercury is an element that is found all over the earth, in soil, rocks, and…

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Sand poaching endangering lives, agric
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Sand poaching endangering lives, agric

Emmanuel Kafe Passers-by cannot help shaking their heads in dejection as the once scenic landscape…

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Psychomotor department spearheads herbal medicine propagation
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Psychomotor department spearheads herbal medicine propagation

Frank Kurebwa At the end of 2016 The Department of Psychomotor Activities in Education organised…

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I need water and a toilet too!
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I need water and a toilet too!

Dr Christine Peta Disability Issues Access to appropriate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) facilities plays an…

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shurugwi’s untold gold story
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shurugwi’s untold gold story

Text: Garikai Mazara Photography: Believe Nyakudjara Driving into Shurugwi, what catches one’s eyes are the rolling…

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HIV prevalence rate declines: Zimphia
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HIV prevalence rate declines: Zimphia

Zimbabwe’s HIV prevalence rate has declined remarkably in recent years, dropping from as high as…

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The malaria fight goes on
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The malaria fight goes on

Although Zimbabwe has made significant strides in fighting malaria and will soon be declared a…

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‘He was a good husband’
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‘He was a good husband’

Disability Issues Dr Christine Peta My name is Tariro and I am 38 years old.…

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Mbare: Putting garbage to good use
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Mbare: Putting garbage to good use

Emmanuel Kafe For long, Harare’s oldest suburb — Mbare — has been a dark allure,…

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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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Resignation implications  under Zim labour law
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Resignation implications under Zim labour law

Tapiwa G Kasuso The common law recognises the right of an employee to terminate a…

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Primary health care the way to go
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Primary health care the way to go

Sifelani Tsiko Zimbabwe needs to take bold steps to accelerate the re-engineering of its healthcare…

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