Fill Up HICC Concert Roars Into Life

[The Herald] All roads lead to the Harare International Conference Centre on Saturday where top musicians converge for the Fill Up HICC gig. The country’s best performers in form of MAMA award winner Jah Prayzah, Dr Oliver Mtukudzi, Killer T, Freeman, …

[The Herald] All roads lead to the Harare International Conference Centre on Saturday where top musicians converge for the Fill Up HICC gig. The country's best performers in form of MAMA award winner Jah Prayzah, Dr Oliver Mtukudzi, Killer T, Freeman, Mbeu, Tamy, Takura, Sam Dondo and Smiley among others are billed to thrill fans.All the musicians on the line up released new albums in 2016 and all have been doing well on the local market.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

No Forex for Prepaid Meters – Undenge

[The Herald] Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge has blamed the failure to install prepaid electricity meters in outstanding homes and businesses to the shortage of foreign currency.

[The Herald] Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge has blamed the failure to install prepaid electricity meters in outstanding homes and businesses to the shortage of foreign currency.

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Executive Appointment of the Chief Justice

[The Herald] Broadly speaking, amending the Constitution is steeped in the debate between those who see the need to correct flaws created by the original drafters, and those who see the supreme law as a living document which should be interpreted by ea…

[The Herald] Broadly speaking, amending the Constitution is steeped in the debate between those who see the need to correct flaws created by the original drafters, and those who see the supreme law as a living document which should be interpreted by each successive generation.

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Harare City Battling Typhoid, Struggles to Collect Garbage

[The Herald] Harare City Council, which is battling to contain a typhoid outbreak, is struggling to collect garbage as it emerged that 25 out of its 48 refuse trucks are down due to fuel shortages and mechanical faults.

[The Herald] Harare City Council, which is battling to contain a typhoid outbreak, is struggling to collect garbage as it emerged that 25 out of its 48 refuse trucks are down due to fuel shortages and mechanical faults.

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Of Prisoners and Conjugal Visits

[The Herald] This week’s edition of The Sunday Mail had an interesting but depressing piece on jailed rapist Martin Gumbura and the conditions of prisoners who cannot enjoy their conjugal rights, the moment they become guests of the State.

[The Herald] This week's edition of The Sunday Mail had an interesting but depressing piece on jailed rapist Martin Gumbura and the conditions of prisoners who cannot enjoy their conjugal rights, the moment they become guests of the State.

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2016’s Colourful Legal Matters

[The Herald] If crime could be celebrated, the Harare Magistrates’ Courts could have one hell of a bash.The year 2016 could arguably go down as historical, consider the high-profile cases that passed through the benches at the Rotten Row Courts.

[The Herald] If crime could be celebrated, the Harare Magistrates' Courts could have one hell of a bash.The year 2016 could arguably go down as historical, consider the high-profile cases that passed through the benches at the Rotten Row Courts.

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Fierce Zanu-PF Critic Mliswa Benefits From Party’s ‘Patronage Tool’

[New Zimbabwe] Former Zanu PF loyalist turned fierce party critic, Temba Mliswa is a surprise beneficiary of government’s command agriculture scheme, it has emerged.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Zanu PF loyalist turned fierce party critic, Temba Mliswa is a surprise beneficiary of government's command agriculture scheme, it has emerged.

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