Gospel Musician Chivaviro Donates 5 000 Books

[The Herald] Award winning gospel musician, Reverend Togarepi Chivaviro and his wife Juliet together with their fans on Tuesday handed over 5 000 exercise books to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. The books are meant to benefit students…

[The Herald] Award winning gospel musician, Reverend Togarepi Chivaviro and his wife Juliet together with their fans on Tuesday handed over 5 000 exercise books to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. The books are meant to benefit students from at least 10 remote schools from all provinces that do not have proper infrastructure and access to stationery. Speaking at the handover ceremony held in the capital at Harare Girls High, Chivariro said the annual charity work was motivated by his poor background.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Sponsor for Miss Tourism

[263Chat] After the Big Time Strategic Group Zimbabwe pulled off the plug on the sponsorship of the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe, the 2017 edition has found a new anonymous sponsor, the pageant organizers have revealed.

[263Chat] After the Big Time Strategic Group Zimbabwe pulled off the plug on the sponsorship of the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe, the 2017 edition has found a new anonymous sponsor, the pageant organizers have revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stock Exchange Bull Run Picks Up Pace

[The Source] The stock market bull run accelerated on Wednesday, with the main industrial index gaining 3,95 percent to 487,14 points while the mining index added 1,73 percent to 137,52 points.

[The Source] The stock market bull run accelerated on Wednesday, with the main industrial index gaining 3,95 percent to 487,14 points while the mining index added 1,73 percent to 137,52 points.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Truworths Banking On Increased Uptake of 12 Months Scheme

[263Chat] Truworths trade volumes for the year ended 9 July 2017 went down by 29 percent despite the company recording an increase in the uptake of its 12 months scheme, 263Chat can reveal.

[263Chat] Truworths trade volumes for the year ended 9 July 2017 went down by 29 percent despite the company recording an increase in the uptake of its 12 months scheme, 263Chat can reveal.

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Differences Between Farmers’ Calling, Career Opportunity

[The Herald] There is no shortage of training courses and capacity building programmes for farmers, SMEs and other value chain actors in Zimbabwe. However, while all these activities and strategies are necessary, nothing trumps calling. Farmers with a …

[The Herald] There is no shortage of training courses and capacity building programmes for farmers, SMEs and other value chain actors in Zimbabwe. However, while all these activities and strategies are necessary, nothing trumps calling. Farmers with a calling do not need a cheering crowd. They do not feel entitled to receive awards for their farming prowess but they feel compelled to make a difference in their communities. They do not measure their excellence by the number of awards or yields per hectare but their infl

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Rapist Teenager Gets 3-Stroke Sentence

[The Herald] A cheeky 16-year-old Mutare boy yesterday escaped jail after being handed a three-stroke sentence for raping his eight-year-old cousin. The boy appeared before regional magistrate, Mrs Loice Mukunyadze, while Mr Fletcher Karombe prosecuted.

[The Herald] A cheeky 16-year-old Mutare boy yesterday escaped jail after being handed a three-stroke sentence for raping his eight-year-old cousin. The boy appeared before regional magistrate, Mrs Loice Mukunyadze, while Mr Fletcher Karombe prosecuted.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Revocation of Economic Sanctions By the United States On the Sudan Statement By Foreign Secretary

[SNA] Khartoum -In a press release issued by Japanese embassy in Sudan ” . Japan welcomes the United States’ decision to revoke economic sanctions with respect to the Republic of the Sudan, which will be effective on October 12, 2017.

[SNA] Khartoum -In a press release issued by Japanese embassy in Sudan " . Japan welcomes the United States' decision to revoke economic sanctions with respect to the Republic of the Sudan, which will be effective on October 12, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan