State of artisanal excavation
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State of artisanal excavation

Wellington Takavarasha Artisanal mining is largely poverty driven and may be the only recourse for…

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War against stubborn TB
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War against stubborn TB

An estimated 14 million people worldwide are infected with active tuberculosis (TB), which is a…

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Youngster tormented by TB
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Youngster tormented by TB

Sharon Kavhu recently in Buhera Deep in the south-eastern parts of Zimbabwe, Buhera is not…

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Asking for Government’s ear
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Asking for Government’s ear

Maxwell Rafomoyo A number of policy changes have been made in the education sector during…

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Nziramasanga  proposed more years  of education
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Nziramasanga proposed more years of education

Extra Reporter At the turn of the millennium, Zimbabwe, in commitment to UNESCO’s education for…

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Oscar Pistorius and  the blame game
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Oscar Pistorius and the blame game

The psychiatric tests Pistorius has undergone raise the question of how far our state of…

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MPs deserve better working conditions
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MPs deserve better working conditions

John Makamure There has been a lot of public debate around issues to do with…

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MPs demands reasonable?
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MPs demands reasonable?

At least 290 Members of Parliament who previously earned about US$1 700 monthly will now…

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Solar a viable alternative
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Solar a viable alternative

Solar energy The persistent electricity shortages in the region have made it apparent that electricity…

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Zim pensioners  better off — Govt
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Zim pensioners better off — Govt

In the absence of a robust legislative framework that guarantees protection and the rights of…

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Electricity users turn to solar, gas
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Electricity users turn to solar, gas

As electricity shortages continue to escalate, many now resort to alternative energy sources. Zimbabwe’s power…

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NSSA insists  pension payouts  adequate
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NSSA insists pension payouts adequate

Pensioners complain that the payouts they receive are not commensurate with what they contributed during…

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Rural electrification stalls
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Rural electrification stalls

The Rural Electrification Agency was formed as a direct result of the Government’s rural electrification…

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Pension societies invest in  national development
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Pension societies invest in national development

Contrary to claims by pensioners that their contributions are going to waste, pension societies seem…

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Zimbabwe’s huge gas reserves
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Zimbabwe’s huge gas reserves

According to independent projections, in the next 15 years, more people will be using alternative…

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