Govt vehicles must pay  toll fees, minister
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Govt vehicles must pay toll fees, minister

ALL Government vehicles, including those that belong to ministers and police might soon start paying…

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Govt feeds 1,8 million school children
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Govt feeds 1,8 million school children

More than 1,8 million pupils have been placed under the national schools feeding scheme as…

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Agritex on armyworm  high alert
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Agritex on armyworm high alert

GOVERNMENT has released pesticides to at least seven provinces that are under an armyworm attack…

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Ministry sets maximum subjects at O-Level
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Ministry sets maximum subjects at O-Level

Livingstone Marufu in Kadoma GOVERNMENT has set the maximum subjects to be studied at Ordinary…

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Chinese scholarships for vasity students
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Chinese scholarships for vasity students

Sunday Mail Reporter OVER 600 Chinese universities are offering a lifeline, through scholarships, to students…

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Don’t arrest gold panners, Mangudya
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Don’t arrest gold panners, Mangudya

Kuda Bwititi Chief Reporter The Reserve Bank of Bank (RBZ) is pushing measures to stop police…

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Pepsi investment on course
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Pepsi investment on course

Zimbabwe’s investment climate is conducive for business and any serious investor is able to set…

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Crime rate falls 27 percent
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Crime rate falls 27 percent

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police is effectively fostering peace and security in the country, a development…

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Day-old baby dumped in rains
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Day-old baby dumped in rains

Grace Kaerasora A dumped day-old baby was rescued by good Samaritans a fortnight ago after…

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Women stripped over hen
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Women stripped over hen

Yvonne Mutava A 43-year-old Seke man has appeared in court for allegedly undressing a woman…

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Hamm flatters to deceive
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Hamm flatters to deceive

Tinashe Kusema The Big & Small Screen Every time the name Jon Hamm comes up, somehow…

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Banks to offer student grants
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Banks to offer student grants

Bulawayo Bureau THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has identified three financial institutions to partner with…

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Man bites mother-in-law
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Man bites mother-in-law

Yvonne Mutava A 34-year-old Budiriro man has been brought before the courts for allegedly biting…

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Prepaid water meters roll out begins
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Prepaid water meters roll out begins

Sunday Mail Reporter HARARE City Council has selected five companies to install prepaid water meters…

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Mai Chidyausiku’s tombstone unveiled
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Mai Chidyausiku’s tombstone unveiled

The tombstone of Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku’s late wife — Sheila — was unveiled yesterday…

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