Dreamstar Launches Auditions for Students

[The Herald] Organisers of Dreamstar talent show are set to host this year’s preliminary auditions for university students this weekend at the University of Zimbabwe. The talent search show is an entertainment platform that seeks to empower local talen…

[The Herald] Organisers of Dreamstar talent show are set to host this year's preliminary auditions for university students this weekend at the University of Zimbabwe. The talent search show is an entertainment platform that seeks to empower local talented youths aged between 12 and 40, who are in the arts and culture sector to help them rise from the backstage to the official stage.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Decide On Reporting Reforms

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is assessing proposals by industry on a new financial reporting framework. This will take into consideration the implications of bond notes and multiple currencies on financial statements. This clashes with the central bank’s po…

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is assessing proposals by industry on a new financial reporting framework. This will take into consideration the implications of bond notes and multiple currencies on financial statements. This clashes with the central bank's position that bond note's value is at par with the United States dollar.

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Power Utility Acquires U.S.$6,5 Million Transformers

[The Herald] ZESA Holdings has acquired transformers worth $6,5 million in a development that will ensure reliable supplies of electricity in the Matabeleland and Midlands Provinces. The transformers, to be installed at Chertsey and Marvel substations,…

[The Herald] ZESA Holdings has acquired transformers worth $6,5 million in a development that will ensure reliable supplies of electricity in the Matabeleland and Midlands Provinces. The transformers, to be installed at Chertsey and Marvel substations, were secured under ZimFund, a facility that pools material and financial resources through donor community to uplift the socio-economic facilities and amenities in Zimbabwe.

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Suspected Herdsmen Kill Two Catholic Priests, 17 Others

[Guardian] Suspected herdsmen yesterday attacked Ayar Mbalom community in Gwer-East Local Government Area of Benue State, killing 19 persons, including two priests of the Catholic Diocese of Makurdi.

[Guardian] Suspected herdsmen yesterday attacked Ayar Mbalom community in Gwer-East Local Government Area of Benue State, killing 19 persons, including two priests of the Catholic Diocese of Makurdi.

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Foreign Policy Geared Towards Getting Best Advantage – Minister Moyo

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE’S foreign policy is geared towards getting the best advantage so that it can be positioned as a key player on the global scene, working and cooperating with others for mutual benefit, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minist…

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE'S foreign policy is geared towards getting the best advantage so that it can be positioned as a key player on the global scene, working and cooperating with others for mutual benefit, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Lieutenant General (Retired) Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said.

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8,000 Whistle Blowers Recorded in One Year

[Guardian] No fewer than 8,000 whistle blowers were recorded by the Federal Government in the last one year, the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption (PACAC), has said.

[Guardian] No fewer than 8,000 whistle blowers were recorded by the Federal Government in the last one year, the Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption (PACAC), has said.

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Financing Key to Accessing Quality Education for All

[The Herald] The Government must stick to its promise to prioritise the funding of the education sector in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 (for quality education) and the Education 2030 Framework for Action. Education lobbyists said Pri…

[The Herald] The Government must stick to its promise to prioritise the funding of the education sector in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 (for quality education) and the Education 2030 Framework for Action. Education lobbyists said Primary and Secondary Education Minister Paul Mavhima recently made a bold pledge to finance the country's education sector when he attended an education financing conference in Dakar, Senegal, recently.

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Health Sector Needs New Players, Rules

[The Herald] We want to commend Government for reacting promptly to end a potentially disastrous industrial action by nurses at public health institutions, who, despite their sector falling under the essential services cluster, still downed tools in vi…

[The Herald] We want to commend Government for reacting promptly to end a potentially disastrous industrial action by nurses at public health institutions, who, despite their sector falling under the essential services cluster, still downed tools in violation of their professional ethics.

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Innovative Digital Solutions at Trade Fair

[The Herald] Local Internet Access Provider and telecommunications giant, Powertel Communications, has set up a sterling display of its role as a catalyst and enabler of innovative digital solutions at the running ZITF 2018 exhibition showcase.

[The Herald] Local Internet Access Provider and telecommunications giant, Powertel Communications, has set up a sterling display of its role as a catalyst and enabler of innovative digital solutions at the running ZITF 2018 exhibition showcase.

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Opposition Leader Khupe Draws First Blood

[The Herald] There are likely to be two presidential candidates under the MDC-T name on the ballot paper in this year’s harmonised elections after the High Court yesterday ruled an application by Mr Nelson Chamisa seeking to bar his rival Dr Thokozani …

[The Herald] There are likely to be two presidential candidates under the MDC-T name on the ballot paper in this year's harmonised elections after the High Court yesterday ruled an application by Mr Nelson Chamisa seeking to bar his rival Dr Thokozani Khupe's faction from using the MDC-T name and logo was not urgent.

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