Kariba Residents Live in Fear of Lions

[The Herald] Kariba -Kariba residents are living in fear of being attacked by lions following regular cases of the beasts being seen in residential areas. So far, seven dogs have been killed. In the latest incident, a dog was mauled last Friday night o…

[The Herald] Kariba -Kariba residents are living in fear of being attacked by lions following regular cases of the beasts being seen in residential areas. So far, seven dogs have been killed. In the latest incident, a dog was mauled last Friday night outside the yard of a Nyamhunga home. Yemurai Matashu who witnessed the incident at the Nyamhunga turn-off from the Kariba-Makuti Road, said he first saw the dog barking facing towards an adjacent bush.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mugabe Pays Tribute to Castro

[The Herald] Havana -PRESIDENT Mugabe has described the death of the leader of the Cuban revolution and founding father of the nation Commandate Fidel Castro Ruz, who passed on on Saturday night, as a loss not only for the people of Cuba, but many comm…

[The Herald] Havana -PRESIDENT Mugabe has described the death of the leader of the Cuban revolution and founding father of the nation Commandate Fidel Castro Ruz, who passed on on Saturday night, as a loss not only for the people of Cuba, but many communities and leaders in Africa where the Commandante's legacy of liberation and assistance endures. Addressing the media on arrival at Jose Marti International Airport here yesterday morning, President Mugabe chronicled how Cuba, under the leadership of Cde Fidel Castro, was unenc

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Tobacco Farmers Warned of New Destructive Pest

[The Herald] Conrad Mwanawashe -The Tobacco Research Board has warned of a threat posed by Tuta absoluta, a new invasive and highly destructive pest, to the tobacco industry, one of Zimbabwe’s leading foreign currency earners.This year alone, Zimbabwe …

[The Herald] Conrad Mwanawashe -The Tobacco Research Board has warned of a threat posed by Tuta absoluta, a new invasive and highly destructive pest, to the tobacco industry, one of Zimbabwe's leading foreign currency earners.This year alone, Zimbabwe earned $670 million from tobacco exports and this figure could be compromised if the pest is not controlled. In an alert, TRB said Tuta absoluta, originating from South America recently invaded Zimbabwe and current reports indicate high levels of damage in tomato. The tomato is the preferre

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Ghanaian Preacher Heward-Mills Crusade Kicks Off

[The Herald] All is set for the spiritual and healing crusade dubbed Healing Jesus Campaign, led by Ghanaian preacher Evangelist Dag Heward-Mills, that kicks off in Chitungwiza’s Unit L ground tonight.Thousands of people are expected to attend the mega…

[The Herald] All is set for the spiritual and healing crusade dubbed Healing Jesus Campaign, led by Ghanaian preacher Evangelist Dag Heward-Mills, that kicks off in Chitungwiza's Unit L ground tonight.Thousands of people are expected to attend the mega-Christian event that is set to be held in other centres.

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Seed Firm Intensifies Fight Against Worms

[The Herald] Seed Co has successfully carried out trials of chemical options to prevent the destruction of maize and other cereal plants by a pest known as chilo worms (chilo partellus) that is spreading across the country.

[The Herald] Seed Co has successfully carried out trials of chemical options to prevent the destruction of maize and other cereal plants by a pest known as chilo worms (chilo partellus) that is spreading across the country.

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Cloud Hangs Over ICC As Ongwen Trial Starts December 6

[Independent (Kampala)] The trial in the case of Dominic Ongwen, a top commander of Uganda’s rebel Lord’s Resistance Army, is scheduled to open at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday, December 6 – 2016.

[Independent (Kampala)] The trial in the case of Dominic Ongwen, a top commander of Uganda's rebel Lord's Resistance Army, is scheduled to open at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday, December 6 - 2016.

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Nigeria Must Resettle IDPs to Avert Social Discontent – Buhari

[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has warned that the two million Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in refugee camps across the country must be properly resettled if the country was to avert possible social discontent.

[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has warned that the two million Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in refugee camps across the country must be properly resettled if the country was to avert possible social discontent.

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Gunmen Kill Chinese Miner, 3 Others in Nasarawa

[Premium Times] Gunmen on Monday ambushed and killed four workers of a mining company, including a Chinese at Alongani village in Nasarawa Eggon Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

[Premium Times] Gunmen on Monday ambushed and killed four workers of a mining company, including a Chinese at Alongani village in Nasarawa Eggon Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

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