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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Anglo American Platinum’s Local Unit Output Rises 9%

[The Herald] Platinum group metals (PGMs) production at Anglo American Platinum’s local unit, Unki, jumped 9 percent to 45 800 ounces in the first quarter of 2018, on the back of an increase in tonnes milled. Platinum and palladium production rose by 9…

[The Herald] Platinum group metals (PGMs) production at Anglo American Platinum's local unit, Unki, jumped 9 percent to 45 800 ounces in the first quarter of 2018, on the back of an increase in tonnes milled. Platinum and palladium production rose by 9 percent to 20 600 and 17 800 ounces, respectively.

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Opposition Leader Chamisa Loses Legitimacy Battle

[The Herald] MDC-T president Dr Thokozani Khupe compounded Mr Nelson Chamisa’s legitimacy woes when she held a successful congress in Bulawayo last Saturday, which elected her leader of the opposition outfit, a senior party official said yesterday. The…

[The Herald] MDC-T president Dr Thokozani Khupe compounded Mr Nelson Chamisa's legitimacy woes when she held a successful congress in Bulawayo last Saturday, which elected her leader of the opposition outfit, a senior party official said yesterday. The remarks come as Dr Khupe is in the process of recalling from Parliament MDC-T officials aligned to Mr Chamisa.

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First Lady Attends PhD Ethics Research Workshop

[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa was among Midlands State University (MSU) PhD students who attended a research ethics workshop in Gweru yesterday. The workshop was facilitated by Professor Paul Ndebele, a director at the Medical Research Coun…

[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa was among Midlands State University (MSU) PhD students who attended a research ethics workshop in Gweru yesterday. The workshop was facilitated by Professor Paul Ndebele, a director at the Medical Research Council of Zimbabwe.

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Criminalising Road Rage

[The Herald] Many people are frankly hurt when subjected to unnecessarily strong language and unprintable obscenities on the road. It’s not easy when the road is your driver! To support those road users, a number of issues have to be considered in this…

[The Herald] Many people are frankly hurt when subjected to unnecessarily strong language and unprintable obscenities on the road. It's not easy when the road is your driver! To support those road users, a number of issues have to be considered in this instalment. Safe travel - the expectation of any road user - is a cause which must unite the kombi crew, passengers and other road users in a shared bond of good language and respect for traffic laws and regulations.

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