Zim crisis deepens—Report

Zim crisis deepens—Report

Zimbabwe’s political, economic and social crisis is deepening, according to the Zimbabwe Peace Project’s latest report.

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Tobacco industry destroys bio-diversity

Tobacco industry destroys bio-diversity

The tobacco industry is costing the nation its bio-diversity as farmers are clearing huge tracts of natural habitat, an environmental expert said.

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FAMWZ embraces media houses in pursuit of gender equity

FAMWZ embraces media houses in pursuit of gender equity

The Federation of African Media Women Zimbabwe (FAMWZ) has launched a gender media monitoring initiative aimed at enhancing the understanding of news coverage of issues concerning women.

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Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes

Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes

The government has clashed with sugar cane farmers in Masvingo over its intended move to cut A2 farm sizes.

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Mugabe admits indigenisation failure

Mugabe admits indigenisation failure

Fifteen years after embarking on a disastrous campaign to nationalise all white-owned farms and businesses, President Mugabe’s Zanu (PF) now concedes that indigenisation is a flop.

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Zim crisis deepens—Report

Zimbabwe’s political, economic and social crisis is deepening, according to the Zimbabwe Peace Project’s latest report....
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A lot of hot air

The revitalisation of agriculture was top of the list in President Robert Mugabe’s State of The...
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Mugabe must answer questions in parly

MDC-T MP for Kuwadzana, Nelson Chamisa, recently got his way when the speaker of Parliament consented...
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Tobacco industry destroys bio-diversity

The tobacco industry is costing the nation its bio-diversity as farmers are clearing huge tracts of...
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FAMWZ embraces media houses in pursuit of gender equity

The Federation of African Media Women Zimbabwe (FAMWZ) has launched a gender media monitoring initiative aimed...
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Mutasa believes in Mukamba

Former Zimbabwe international Lloyd Mutasa has tipped Zimbabwe national team midfielder Denver Mukamba to revive his...
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Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes

The government has clashed with sugar cane farmers in Masvingo over its intended move to cut...
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Manyuchi’s lucky quartet

World welter-weight champion, Charles Manyuchi, has committed himself to grooming four young boxers he identified at...
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Mugabe admits indigenisation failure

Fifteen years after embarking on a disastrous campaign to nationalise all white-owned farms and businesses, President...
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Need for water unites people in Muzarabani North

The people of Chadereka community in Muzarabani, Ward 1 converged to preach the message of peace...
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Threats, intimidation in Marondera

Last Friday the Zanu (PF) candidate for Marondera Central constituency, Lawrence Katsiru, allegedly sent Zanu (PF)...
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It’s Chiefs vs Ajax!

At least two Zimbabwean soccer players will march onto the podium to collect the MTN8 gold...
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MDC-T staff face axe at Gweru Council

MDC-T sympathisers at the local authority face loss of their jobs following revelations by the commission...
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Grace and the Street-Hawkers

The great fig trees on First Street mall, the fountains in Africa Unity Square with its...

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