RENAMO boycotts dialogue with government

RENAMO boycotts dialogue with government

The Mozambican government on Monday said it was “surprised” at the decision by the former rebel movement Renamo to boycott sessions of the dialogue between the government and Renamo which has been under way since April 2013.

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Mugabe gags senior officials

Mugabe gags senior officials

An increasingly beleaguered President Robert Mugabe has gagged senior party officials from making public statements on issues he has already publicly spoken about.

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Killer cancer on the rise

Killer cancer on the rise

The statistics and projections regarding the prevalence of cancer make for frightening reading. FARAI MABEZA reports.

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Widow manages successful rabbit farm

Widow manages successful rabbit farm

What started as the occasional tasty meal of cooked rabbit enjoyed by the whole Chinyai family has become a thriving business for a dynamic Mutare-based widow. CLAYTON MASEKESA reports.

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Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes, Mugabe, ministers should also cut theirs

Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes, Mugabe, ministers should also cut theirs

MASVINGO – The government has clashed with sugar cane farmers in Masvingo over its intended move to cut A2 farm sizes with farmers demanding that President Robert Mugabe and his cabinet should lead by example and cut their farm sizes first.

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RENAMO boycotts dialogue with government

The Mozambican government on Monday said it was “surprised” at the decision by the former rebel movement Renamo to boycott sessions of the dialogue between the...
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Mugabe gags senior officials

An increasingly beleaguered President Robert Mugabe has gagged senior party officials from making public statements on...
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Killer cancer on the rise

The statistics and projections regarding the prevalence of cancer make for frightening reading. FARAI MABEZA reports....
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Widow manages successful rabbit farm

What started as the occasional tasty meal of cooked rabbit enjoyed by the whole Chinyai family...
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Outcry over moves to cut farm sizes, Mugabe, ministers should also cut theirs

MASVINGO - The government has clashed with sugar cane farmers in Masvingo over its intended move...
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The total liar – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary, 29th August 2015

‘There are lies, damned lies and statistics’ goes the saying. Mugabe ticked all these boxes in...
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Trained women launch their own businesses

CLAYTON MASEKESA reports on the positive results achieved by women from Mutasa district who successfully completed...
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Job losses affect women and children most

The recent wave of job losses triggered by a Supreme Court ruling validating the termination of...
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‘Mugabe must go’ hype redundant, MDC-T

AS Zimbabwe’s economic and political situation continues to worsen, News24 speaks to the opposition Movement for...
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Of little boys, bees and the state of our nation

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From bread basket to beg basket: Ncube

THOSE of us who grew up in Rhodesia knew from an early age that the foundational...
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Amalima unite people in Tsholotsho

Ngamo Peace club in Tsholotsho North, Ward 3 has utilised collaborative neutral platforms, commonly known as...
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Mugabe’s state of the nation address

This week, President Robert Mugabe gave his State of The Nation Address – more like distaste...
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Spiralling crime linked to drug abuse

The alarming spread of lawlessness in cities and towns is a cause for concern and the...

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