Cops Storm Ruling Party Meeting After Rampage

[New Zimbabwe] TWO Epworth police Constables last Thursday stormed a Zanu PF meeting to arrest a party youth who had assaulted and left intestines of a Harare man protruding while punishing him for absconding a party meeting.

[New Zimbabwe] TWO Epworth police Constables last Thursday stormed a Zanu PF meeting to arrest a party youth who had assaulted and left intestines of a Harare man protruding while punishing him for absconding a party meeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Irrigation Capacity Doubles

[The Herald] THE irrigation capacity of Zimbabwe National Water Authority’s dams has almost doubled as a result of the heavy rains received this summer season.

[The Herald] THE irrigation capacity of Zimbabwe National Water Authority's dams has almost doubled as a result of the heavy rains received this summer season.

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Agricultural and Rural Development Authority Workers Endure Payless 6 Months

[New Zimbabwe] Hundreds of workers at ARDA Estates here have gone for over six months without receiving salaries with the state-owned firm’s management claiming it could not secure cash from local banks to pay the wages.

[New Zimbabwe] Hundreds of workers at ARDA Estates here have gone for over six months without receiving salaries with the state-owned firm's management claiming it could not secure cash from local banks to pay the wages.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dynamos Silence Caps United

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders.

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders.

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Athlete Makaza Finishes Fourth in Cape Town

[The Herald] SEASONED Zimbabwean long-distance runner Collen Makaza had another successful adventure when he came fourth at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

[The Herald] SEASONED Zimbabwean long-distance runner Collen Makaza had another successful adventure when he came fourth at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

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Economy Will Rise Again, Says Prominent Cleric Mutendi

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s economy will be resuscitated the same way Jesus resurrected when his enemies thought he had died in vain, Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader bishop Dr Nehemiah Mutendi has said.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's economy will be resuscitated the same way Jesus resurrected when his enemies thought he had died in vain, Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader bishop Dr Nehemiah Mutendi has said.

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Minister Moyo, Team Take Initiative to Global Universities

[The Herald] HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo leads a 19-member delegation on a tour of various leading universities across the globe to learn how to incubate industries in line with STE…

[The Herald] HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo leads a 19-member delegation on a tour of various leading universities across the globe to learn how to incubate industries in line with STEM objectives.

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Cornered Govt Slammed for Ambush Economic Policies

[New Zimbabwe] THE country’s opposition has slammed the Zanu PF led government’s ad hoc measures to deal with a revolting economy which has further been weighed down by a crippling cash crisis.

[New Zimbabwe] THE country's opposition has slammed the Zanu PF led government's ad hoc measures to deal with a revolting economy which has further been weighed down by a crippling cash crisis.

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Man in Trouble for Stabbing Wife

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande -A 32-year-old man who slept with a knife under his pillow allegedly stabbed his wife in the eye, back and chest following a domestic dispute.

[The Herald] Fungai Lupande -A 32-year-old man who slept with a knife under his pillow allegedly stabbed his wife in the eye, back and chest following a domestic dispute.

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