Armed Robber Shot Dead, 4 Nabbed

[The Herald] A police crack team has shot and killed a notorious armed robber and arrested four others in connection with a spate of armed robbery cases around Beitbridge town and illegal crossing points along the Limpopo River. It is understood that t…

[The Herald] A police crack team has shot and killed a notorious armed robber and arrested four others in connection with a spate of armed robbery cases around Beitbridge town and illegal crossing points along the Limpopo River. It is understood that the robber, commonly known as Kedha, was part of a marauding terror gang unleashing a reign of terror, along with several other criminals who are still at large.

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Zim Makes Giant Strides in Cancer Data Collection

[The Herald] Zimbabwe has made huge strides in improving the collection of information of all new cancer cases helping to increase surveillance and the implementation cancer programmes in the country. The Zimbabwe National Cancer Registry (ZNCR), in it…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe has made huge strides in improving the collection of information of all new cancer cases helping to increase surveillance and the implementation cancer programmes in the country. The Zimbabwe National Cancer Registry (ZNCR), in its latest 2015 report, indicated that it had stepped up the collection of up-to-date information on the burden of cancer in the country in line with the country's national cancer prevention and control strategies.

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Is Dancehall Singer Killer T a Hit Man?

[The Herald] Award winning Mbare based Zimdancehall chanter Kelvin Kusikwenyu,affectionately known as Killer T, has continued to sky rocket each time he releases a song. Known for a signature gun sound, “po po po”, which is usually part of his songs, K…

[The Herald] Award winning Mbare based Zimdancehall chanter Kelvin Kusikwenyu,affectionately known as Killer T, has continued to sky rocket each time he releases a song. Known for a signature gun sound, "po po po", which is usually part of his songs, Killer T is one artist whose music has remained consistent whether it is an album or single. His tunes have always been hits and sing-alongs in the ghetto suburbs where he is popular.

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Singer Ammara Brown Strikes Gold

[The Herald] Following a series of well-rated collaborations it appears that female musician Ammara Brown has hit the right chord with the release of the single “Akiliz”. The single that was released a month ago is already topping charts on all local r…

[The Herald] Following a series of well-rated collaborations it appears that female musician Ammara Brown has hit the right chord with the release of the single "Akiliz". The single that was released a month ago is already topping charts on all local radio stations. The songstress is overwhelmed with joy.

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Jah Prayzah Perches’ Way Above the Top!

[263Chat] Describing Jah Prayzah’s musical virtuosity, is far much difficult than explaining algebra to actuarial scientists. You could tag him as innovative, creative and progressive, but that sends a truncated message of who he has become and what he…

[263Chat] Describing Jah Prayzah's musical virtuosity, is far much difficult than explaining algebra to actuarial scientists. You could tag him as innovative, creative and progressive, but that sends a truncated message of who he has become and what he can produce. His latest album Kutongwa kwaro bears testament to the force he is.

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U.S.$400 Million Rail Deal Gets Cabinet Nod

[The Herald] The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)’s $400 million deal with a consortium led by the Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG) and South Africa’s Transnet is now back on the rails after Cabinet gave a nod to the proposed tie-up….

[The Herald] The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)'s $400 million deal with a consortium led by the Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG) and South Africa's Transnet is now back on the rails after Cabinet gave a nod to the proposed tie-up. Transport and Infrastructure Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo confirmed the new development last night. It ultimately leads to the last leg of negotiations before the deal takes off."Yes, I can confirm that Cabinet has agreed to the investment

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President Mugabe Leaves for Uruguay

[The Herald] President Mugabe left Harare yesterday for Uruguay where he will join other Heads of State and Government attending the World Health Organisation (WHO) conference on non-communicable diseases (NCDs). He was seen off at Harare International…

[The Herald] President Mugabe left Harare yesterday for Uruguay where he will join other Heads of State and Government attending the World Health Organisation (WHO) conference on non-communicable diseases (NCDs). He was seen off at Harare International Airport by Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, service chiefs and senior Government officials. VP Mnangagwa is Acting President.

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Govnt Warns of Summer Diseases

[The Herald] Government has warned members of the public to be wary of diseases that are usually prevalent during the current summer season. Malaria and diarrhoeal diseases are usually pervasive during the rain season. Secretary for Health and Child Ca…

[The Herald] Government has warned members of the public to be wary of diseases that are usually prevalent during the current summer season. Malaria and diarrhoeal diseases are usually pervasive during the rain season. Secretary for Health and Child Care Dr Gerald Gwinji yesterday said that people should pay attention to precautionary education and messages from Government on how to prevent and deal with such diseases.

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Govt Endorses U.S.$25 Million Mortgages

[The Herald] The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has underwritten $25 million mortgages through its banking unit, the National Building Society (NBS). NSSA regional contributions, collections and compliance manager Agnes Chikwavaire told a ba…

[The Herald] The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has underwritten $25 million mortgages through its banking unit, the National Building Society (NBS). NSSA regional contributions, collections and compliance manager Agnes Chikwavaire told a bankers conference in Nyanga recently that apart from the various projects the authority has funded so far, there were many other projects in the pipeline targeting low to medium income earners.

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