Warriors Coach Names Squad

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Botswana will renew their rivalry, five years after their last meeting, when the Warriors and the Zebras face off in the President’s Cup tie at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Botswana will renew their rivalry, five years after their last meeting, when the Warriors and the Zebras face off in the President's Cup tie at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

American Rapper in Town

[The Herald] United States dancer-cum musician Gshytt affectionately known as ‘G’ is in the country for a week ahead of his African projects courtesy of African Fire Media.

[The Herald] United States dancer-cum musician Gshytt affectionately known as 'G' is in the country for a week ahead of his African projects courtesy of African Fire Media.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Landmark Ruling On Inheritance

[The Herald] Grandchildren can lawfully step into their parents’ shoes to inherit from their grandparents in cases where the concerned parents are deceased, the High Court has ruled.

[The Herald] Grandchildren can lawfully step into their parents' shoes to inherit from their grandparents in cases where the concerned parents are deceased, the High Court has ruled.

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War Over Hwange Stands

[The Herald] About 400 Empumalanga Phase 4 beneficiaries have petitioned Hwange Local Board (HLB) over the authority’s failure to provide essential services nine years after they bought their stands.

[The Herald] About 400 Empumalanga Phase 4 beneficiaries have petitioned Hwange Local Board (HLB) over the authority's failure to provide essential services nine years after they bought their stands.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govts Must Educate People About Epilepsy

[The Herald] In October 2017 Abdul Matola was stoned and burnt to death in Malawi after being accused of being a “bloodsucking vampire”. Matola had lived with uncontrolled epilepsy — a highly treatable and non-infectious condition characterised by rec…

[The Herald] In October 2017 Abdul Matola was stoned and burnt to death in Malawi after being accused of being a "bloodsucking vampire". Matola had lived with uncontrolled epilepsy -- a highly treatable and non-infectious condition characterised by recurring seizures.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Leader Khupe to Challenge Expulsion At Concourt

[The Herald] The MDC-T leadership wrangle continues to fester after it emerged that expelled vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe will be challenging her expulsion from Parliament at the Constitutional Court today.

[The Herald] The MDC-T leadership wrangle continues to fester after it emerged that expelled vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe will be challenging her expulsion from Parliament at the Constitutional Court today.

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Masvingo to Honour President

[The Herald] Government and the ruling Zanu-PF have started preparatory work to build a shrine at Masvingo Railway Station in memory of the historic bombing of a Rhodesian locomotive by President Mnangagwa in 1964, that resulted in his arrest and subse…

[The Herald] Government and the ruling Zanu-PF have started preparatory work to build a shrine at Masvingo Railway Station in memory of the historic bombing of a Rhodesian locomotive by President Mnangagwa in 1964, that resulted in his arrest and subsequent sentencing to death.

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New Dispensation Scores Big – Foreign Affairs Minister Moyo

[The Herald] Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said there has been tremendous progress under the new political administration led by President Mnangagwa, as Government has set out on implementing far-reaching politic…

[The Herald] Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Dr Sibusiso Moyo has said there has been tremendous progress under the new political administration led by President Mnangagwa, as Government has set out on implementing far-reaching political and economic reforms.

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Patients Fight Striking Nurses

[The Herald] There was chaos at Chitungwiza Central Hospital yesterday as patients manhandled striking nurses, demanding that they be attended to since they had paid consultation fees.

[The Herald] There was chaos at Chitungwiza Central Hospital yesterday as patients manhandled striking nurses, demanding that they be attended to since they had paid consultation fees.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fired City Director to Get U.S.$760,000

[The Herald] Harare City Council has resolved to negotiate and agree on the applicable damages in lieu of reinstatement of a former finance director who was awarded labour damages amounting to $760 000 by a labour officer.

[The Herald] Harare City Council has resolved to negotiate and agree on the applicable damages in lieu of reinstatement of a former finance director who was awarded labour damages amounting to $760 000 by a labour officer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe