City Dumpsite Catches Fire, Again

[The Herald] Harare City Council’s Golden Quarry dumpsite caught fire on Tuesday night in a suspected case of arson. The city has since reported the alleged culprits to the police. When The Herald visited the dumpsite yesterday morning, the inferno was…

[The Herald] Harare City Council's Golden Quarry dumpsite caught fire on Tuesday night in a suspected case of arson. The city has since reported the alleged culprits to the police. When The Herald visited the dumpsite yesterday morning, the inferno was still raging in areas outside the dumpsite, posing danger to motorists and other road users. Teams from the fire brigade were busy extinguishing the fire inside the dumpsite, while a thick cloud caused serious air pollution. The city's corporate communications manager Mr

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Tsvangirai Justifies Readmission of Expelled Youths

[New Zimbabwe] The claim that the MDC-T is failing to deal with the members who perpetrate violence is untrue as people rush to conclusions without details, party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, said.

[New Zimbabwe] The claim that the MDC-T is failing to deal with the members who perpetrate violence is untrue as people rush to conclusions without details, party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, said.

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Sakunda’s Commitment to Agriculture Admirable

[The Herald] The announcement this week that Sakunda will partner Government in a $68 million investment in irrigation is a good example of how the private sector can effectively contribute to economic development.

[The Herald] The announcement this week that Sakunda will partner Government in a $68 million investment in irrigation is a good example of how the private sector can effectively contribute to economic development.

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Bullied Pupil Commits Suicide

[The Herald] Masvingo -A Form 2 pupil at the Catholic-run Silveira Mission High School in Bikita committed suicide by hanging in a storeroom after allegedly being bullied by senior boys last Sunday.

[The Herald] Masvingo -A Form 2 pupil at the Catholic-run Silveira Mission High School in Bikita committed suicide by hanging in a storeroom after allegedly being bullied by senior boys last Sunday.

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Pupils to Launch Health Campaign

[New Era] Windhoek -A group of high school children are preparing for a potentially life-changing two weeks at a special camp designed to raise their aspirations.

[New Era] Windhoek -A group of high school children are preparing for a potentially life-changing two weeks at a special camp designed to raise their aspirations.

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New Sport Called Invented

[Nyasa Times] There is a new sport in town called “Gendaball”. According to the inventor, Francis Mwalabu, a Malawian working at the Malawi Embassy Office in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, the sport was designed to provide entertainment to all outdoor sports…

[Nyasa Times] There is a new sport in town called "Gendaball". According to the inventor, Francis Mwalabu, a Malawian working at the Malawi Embassy Office in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, the sport was designed to provide entertainment to all outdoor sports lovers and to improve the well-being of humanity, through the numerous health and social-economic benefits.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

VP Chilima Leads Thousands in Mourning Father Nkhata

[Nyasa Times] Vice President, Dr. Saulos Chilima, and former president, Dr. Bakili Muluzi, on Wednesday joined thousands of Catholic and non-Catholic faithful in mourning Reverend Father Andrew Nkhata in Mangochi.

[Nyasa Times] Vice President, Dr. Saulos Chilima, and former president, Dr. Bakili Muluzi, on Wednesday joined thousands of Catholic and non-Catholic faithful in mourning Reverend Father Andrew Nkhata in Mangochi.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Fuel Fraud Costs Nation U.S.$240 Million

[The Herald] Zimbabwe could be losing at least $240 million annually to fuel fraud while globally at least $40 billion is lost to smuggling activities associated with subsidies, tax and price differentials worldwide.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe could be losing at least $240 million annually to fuel fraud while globally at least $40 billion is lost to smuggling activities associated with subsidies, tax and price differentials worldwide.

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Labour Inspects 72 JSE Listed Companies

[SAnews.gov.za] The Department of Labour’s Inspection and Enforcement Services (IES) branch has initiated a National Director General (DG) Review to inspect 72 JSE Securities-listed companies to ensure compliance with employment equity.

[SAnews.gov.za] The Department of Labour's Inspection and Enforcement Services (IES) branch has initiated a National Director General (DG) Review to inspect 72 JSE Securities-listed companies to ensure compliance with employment equity.

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