City Hosts Road Fund Talks

[The Herald] By 2020, road accidents are expected to be the main cause of deaths globally, while in Zimbabwe on average, five people die and 38 are injured everyday due to road carnage, the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe has said.Addressing Manical…

[The Herald] By 2020, road accidents are expected to be the main cause of deaths globally, while in Zimbabwe on average, five people die and 38 are injured everyday due to road carnage, the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe has said.Addressing Manicaland stakeholders during the ongoing countrywide consultations on the creation of a national Motor Vehicle Accident Fund recently, the director of transport management in the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Mr Allowance Sango, said the accelerated ra

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Farmers Lose Millions to Illegal Traders

[The Herald] A two-tier black market system has emerged outside most Grain Marketing Board (GMB) depots countrywide where grain rejected for moisture content in excess of the accepted 12,5 percent threshold ends up being sold. This has also resulted in…

[The Herald] A two-tier black market system has emerged outside most Grain Marketing Board (GMB) depots countrywide where grain rejected for moisture content in excess of the accepted 12,5 percent threshold ends up being sold. This has also resulted in grain produced under Command Agriculture and the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme being sold on the black market for a song.

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Opposition in Search for 2018 Candidates

[New Zimbabwe] THE People’s Democratic Party (PDP) is this weekend set to conduct internal elections to choose parliamentary candidates ahead of next year’s harmonised elections.

[New Zimbabwe] THE People's Democratic Party (PDP) is this weekend set to conduct internal elections to choose parliamentary candidates ahead of next year's harmonised elections.

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No Money to Rescue SME Bank

[Namibian] The Zimbabwean co-owners of the SME Bank said they do not have money to rescue the scandal-hit bank, industrialisiton minister Immanuel Ngatjizeko said yesterday.

[Namibian] The Zimbabwean co-owners of the SME Bank said they do not have money to rescue the scandal-hit bank, industrialisiton minister Immanuel Ngatjizeko said yesterday.

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Fire Consumes 1,500 Palm Trees in Northern State

[Radio Dabanga] Dongola -More than 1,500 palm trees and at least six water engines have been destroyed in an extensive fire that broke out at Koka near Dongola, capital of Sudan’s Northern State on Monday.

[Radio Dabanga] Dongola -More than 1,500 palm trees and at least six water engines have been destroyed in an extensive fire that broke out at Koka near Dongola, capital of Sudan's Northern State on Monday.

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Cholera Continues to Spread Along the Nile

[Radio Dabanga] Sudan -Sudan’s cholera outbreak has expanded to include new areas in Kassala and El Gedaref states. Four people have died and more than 80 have been infected with cholera in New Halfa locality in Kassala state this week.

[Radio Dabanga] Sudan -Sudan's cholera outbreak has expanded to include new areas in Kassala and El Gedaref states. Four people have died and more than 80 have been infected with cholera in New Halfa locality in Kassala state this week.

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Children of Dead Islamic State Fighters Repatriated

[Radio Dabanga] Misrata -The Sudanese authorities have repatriated eight children of slain Sudanese Islamic State (IS) fighters from Libya. Efforts are in progress to repatriate four more.

[Radio Dabanga] Misrata -The Sudanese authorities have repatriated eight children of slain Sudanese Islamic State (IS) fighters from Libya. Efforts are in progress to repatriate four more.

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Darfur Bar Ass. Renews Call for Detainees’ Release

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -The Darfur Bar Association has renewed its call for the release of four human rights activists who have been held incommunicado by the security authorities in Nyala since 25 May.

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -The Darfur Bar Association has renewed its call for the release of four human rights activists who have been held incommunicado by the security authorities in Nyala since 25 May.

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