Dombojena, Chokore Defend Relay Titles

[The Herald] PORTIFA Dombojena and Lizzie Chokore underlined their status as the best long distance athletes at the moment when they both retained their titles at the Old Mutual Relay Challenge yesterday.

[The Herald] PORTIFA Dombojena and Lizzie Chokore underlined their status as the best long distance athletes at the moment when they both retained their titles at the Old Mutual Relay Challenge yesterday.

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Ruling Party Masvingo Chair Furore Cleared

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has cleared the furore over the reinstatement of its Masvingo and Midlands provincial chairman and vice chair Cdes Ezra Chadzamira and Kizito Chivamba saying the move was above board as they were done within the confines of the par…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF has cleared the furore over the reinstatement of its Masvingo and Midlands provincial chairman and vice chair Cdes Ezra Chadzamira and Kizito Chivamba saying the move was above board as they were done within the confines of the party's constitution.

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Pension Funds Defy Govt Order

[The Herald] SOME pension funds have defied a Government order to exempt people retrenched before attaining the age of 55 from paying tax, the Insurance and Pension Commission said.

[The Herald] SOME pension funds have defied a Government order to exempt people retrenched before attaining the age of 55 from paying tax, the Insurance and Pension Commission said.

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Water Key for Command Agriculture

[The Herald] THE expansion of Command Agriculture to include soya beans and wheat in the coming seasons brings to the fore a number of new issues that Government and its partners in the private sector should consider.

[The Herald] THE expansion of Command Agriculture to include soya beans and wheat in the coming seasons brings to the fore a number of new issues that Government and its partners in the private sector should consider.

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Take Simple Precautions Over Water

[The Herald] Harare’s water woes continue to grow, with a range of laboratory reports now showing that a number of boreholes are pumping water contaminated by faecal matter although the causes of such contamination still have to be established, worseni…

[The Herald] Harare's water woes continue to grow, with a range of laboratory reports now showing that a number of boreholes are pumping water contaminated by faecal matter although the causes of such contamination still have to be established, worsening the danger.

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High Court Frees Airforce Commander Shiri ‘Conman’

[The Herald] A Harare man who was last year jailed for an effective three years for allegedly stealing $50 000 from Air Force of Zimbabwe Commander Air Marshal Perrance Shiri in a botched solar power system deal, is now a free man after he successfully…

[The Herald] A Harare man who was last year jailed for an effective three years for allegedly stealing $50 000 from Air Force of Zimbabwe Commander Air Marshal Perrance Shiri in a botched solar power system deal, is now a free man after he successfully appealed against his conviction and sentence at the High Court.

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Ministry Defies High Court Order

[The Herald] The battle for control of a piece of land in Harare’s prime Pomona area, which the High Court last year awarded to property and infrastructure development firm, Augur Investments, has taken a new twist as the Local Government, Public Works…

[The Herald] The battle for control of a piece of land in Harare's prime Pomona area, which the High Court last year awarded to property and infrastructure development firm, Augur Investments, has taken a new twist as the Local Government, Public Works and National Housing is defying the court order to hand over the space claiming that it was acquired irregularly.

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Govt Mulls Power Tariff Increase

[The Herald] Government is considering hiking power tariffs, saying the decision by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) to refuse an increase ought to be revisited, Parliament heard.

[The Herald] Government is considering hiking power tariffs, saying the decision by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) to refuse an increase ought to be revisited, Parliament heard.

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