Musicians Unite for Ubuntu Dinner

[The Herald] In a bid to encourage and empower local communities, an organisation Arise Africa Cause in conjunction with Kingdom Swag has organised a dinner dubbed Ubuntu Legacy Cocktail that will be held at Nyamutamba Hotel in Chitungwiza this Sunday….

[The Herald] In a bid to encourage and empower local communities, an organisation Arise Africa Cause in conjunction with Kingdom Swag has organised a dinner dubbed Ubuntu Legacy Cocktail that will be held at Nyamutamba Hotel in Chitungwiza this Sunday. The dinner and concert will feature top gospel musicians The Charambas, Mechanic Manyeruke, Bethen Pasinawako, Tatenda Mahachi, Tamuka Marodza and Sebastain Magacha among others.These established musicians will be mixing with several upcoming artistes that have been groo

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Minister Gumbo Appoints National Railways Board Members

[The Herald] Cabinet has directed ministers and their deputies to strengthen their supervisory role in parastatals and State enterprises by making sure that no contracts are signed without their approval to enhance efficiency, Transport and Infrastruct…

[The Herald] Cabinet has directed ministers and their deputies to strengthen their supervisory role in parastatals and State enterprises by making sure that no contracts are signed without their approval to enhance efficiency, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo has said. Addressing a Press conference while appointing board members for the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) and the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TCSZ), Dr Gumbo said parastatal boards needed to provide an annual sched

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Return of Yesteryear Hitmakers – Moyo, Jambo, Mashanda Perfom

[The Herald] They made waves in their heyday and their names occupy memorable slots in the chapters of the local music history. They have been away from the radar, but now they have remembered their old followers. Yesteryear stars Jonah Moyo and Mitche…

[The Herald] They made waves in their heyday and their names occupy memorable slots in the chapters of the local music history. They have been away from the radar, but now they have remembered their old followers. Yesteryear stars Jonah Moyo and Mitchell Jambo - now based in South Africa - landed in the country on Wednesday for a "Legends" show that takes place tomorrow at Club Iridium in the city centre.

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Minister Affirms Importance of Reactivating Role of Communities in Funding Projects

[SNA] Khartoum -Minister of Federal Government Chamber , Dr Faisal Hassan Ibrahim has underscored importance of reactivating roles of communities in financing development and service projects in the country.

[SNA] Khartoum -Minister of Federal Government Chamber , Dr Faisal Hassan Ibrahim has underscored importance of reactivating roles of communities in financing development and service projects in the country.

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Govt, EU Share Identical Views Over Issues of Peace and Human Trafficking

[SNA] Khartoum -Sudan and the European(EU) reiterated identical of their views over issues of peace and human trafficking combatting as well as supporting the ongoing guns collection operation in the Country.

[SNA] Khartoum -Sudan and the European(EU) reiterated identical of their views over issues of peace and human trafficking combatting as well as supporting the ongoing guns collection operation in the Country.

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Professor Salim Chairs Meeting On Implementation of National Accord Requirements

[SNA] Khartoum -Minister of Minerals, Professor Hashim Ali Salim chaired, at the Council of Ministers, Thursday, meeting of High Committee on Follow-Up Implementation of National Accord Requirements and National Dialogue Outcome.

[SNA] Khartoum -Minister of Minerals, Professor Hashim Ali Salim chaired, at the Council of Ministers, Thursday, meeting of High Committee on Follow-Up Implementation of National Accord Requirements and National Dialogue Outcome.

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Hassabo Asserts State’s Support to Human Rights Commission

[SNA] Khartoum -The Vice President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul Rahman, has asserted the state’s support to the Commission of Human Rights to enable it to carry its role as required.

[SNA] Khartoum -The Vice President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul Rahman, has asserted the state's support to the Commission of Human Rights to enable it to carry its role as required.

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