Suspended Tax Collector Boss Pasi Hearing Deferred

[The Herald] The disciplinary hearing into the conduct of suspended Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Commissioner-General Gershem Pasi, who is facing more than 40 counts of misconduct, has been deferred to Thursday this week.

[The Herald] The disciplinary hearing into the conduct of suspended Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Commissioner-General Gershem Pasi, who is facing more than 40 counts of misconduct, has been deferred to Thursday this week.

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Musician Zwane Releases New Album ‘Formula’

[The Herald] Malik Zwane views “Formula”, his latest album, as a definition of peace of mind — something of a cleansing process after a two-year lull. “We work on peace of mind everyday. We fight for it and maintain it. I believe that beautiful things…

[The Herald] Malik Zwane views "Formula", his latest album, as a definition of peace of mind -- something of a cleansing process after a two-year lull. "We work on peace of mind everyday. We fight for it and maintain it. I believe that beautiful things can grow in darkness. It's a matter of keeping the faith alive and not being discouraged. God is always watching."Malik shares how he's had to walk a lonely and tough road. "I didn't know how strong I was until this time. I got sick with depression. I had anxiety attacks

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Storm Brews At Dembare

[Zimbabwe Standard] FORMER Dembare administrator Uzziel Mankola has called for the resignation of Dynamos board chairman Bernard Marriot-Lusengo after property belonging to the Harare giants and a number of their officials was almost auctioned last wee…

[Zimbabwe Standard] FORMER Dembare administrator Uzziel Mankola has called for the resignation of Dynamos board chairman Bernard Marriot-Lusengo after property belonging to the Harare giants and a number of their officials was almost auctioned last week to recover a $250 000 debt owed to CBZ Bank Limited.

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Many Girls Have No Access to Education

[Zimbabwe Standard] Most Zimbabwean girls, especially those in marginalised communities, have big dreams, but they can’t build their future because they have always received a wooden spoon from their parents when it comes to education.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Most Zimbabwean girls, especially those in marginalised communities, have big dreams, but they can't build their future because they have always received a wooden spoon from their parents when it comes to education.

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OIl Board Wrong On Petrol Price Hike – Minister

[Premium Times] The Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, says the recent N4 increase in price of petrol in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) filling stations, is wrong.

[Premium Times] The Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, says the recent N4 increase in price of petrol in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) filling stations, is wrong.

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Govt Works On U.S.$40 Million Facility for Drug Firms

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is working on a financial package of between $20 million and $40 million to revitalise production capacity of Zimbabwe’s distressed pharmaceutical industry to produce essential drugs.Zimbabwe Investment Authority chairman Mr Nig…

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is working on a financial package of between $20 million and $40 million to revitalise production capacity of Zimbabwe's distressed pharmaceutical industry to produce essential drugs.Zimbabwe Investment Authority chairman Mr Nigel Chanakira said the authority is in the process of putting together a report on the pharmaceutical industry's needs, set to be complete by next month. Mr Chanakira said the Ministry of Industry and Commerce is leading the process of putting together the funding package

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Kachikwu Says NNPC Wrong On Petrol Price Hike

[Guardian] The Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, says the recent N4 increase in price of petrol in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) filling stations, is wrong.

[Guardian] The Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, says the recent N4 increase in price of petrol in Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) filling stations, is wrong.

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Govt Pushes for Expedition of National Export Strategy

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is pushing for the expedition of the country’s National Export Strategy that is set to address bottlenecks in the export sector as industry players move towards improving competitiveness of local products on the foreign market. …

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is pushing for the expedition of the country's National Export Strategy that is set to address bottlenecks in the export sector as industry players move towards improving competitiveness of local products on the foreign market. The National Export Strategy is meant to achieve competitiveness, value addition and export diversification in areas of comparative advantage.The strategy would spur the growth of the export sector, aiming to restore confidence in the local industry that has over the year

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When the Gagged Voice Shouts Through Titles

[The Herald] The open-endedness of literary criticism is sometimes burdened by the tendency to judge books by their covers and titles. Some titles shout where they should only whisper, scream where groaning would suffice and roar where tweeting would b…

[The Herald] The open-endedness of literary criticism is sometimes burdened by the tendency to judge books by their covers and titles. Some titles shout where they should only whisper, scream where groaning would suffice and roar where tweeting would be more appropriate.However, the use of titles drawn from metaphors depicting the overall neurosis of the family unit and the community, death, malaise, poverty, claustrophobia and violence at the centre of Zimbabwean literature enhances the critical analysis of thematic i

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