Football Fraternity Mourns Kariba Waves Coach Nemasango

[The Herald] Condolence messages continued to pour in for ZIFA Northern Region Division One side Kariba Waves head coach Shame Nemasango who died on Saturday evening. He was 43.

[The Herald] Condolence messages continued to pour in for ZIFA Northern Region Division One side Kariba Waves head coach Shame Nemasango who died on Saturday evening. He was 43.

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Govt, Palestine to Finalise Deal

[The Herald] The Ministry of Sport and Recreation are seeking close co-operation with Palestine in areas of sport with the two parties set to finalise a working document. Yesterday, Palestine Ambassador Taghrid Senouar paid a courtesy call on Sport and…

[The Herald] The Ministry of Sport and Recreation are seeking close co-operation with Palestine in areas of sport with the two parties set to finalise a working document. Yesterday, Palestine Ambassador Taghrid Senouar paid a courtesy call on Sport and Recreation Minister Makhosini Hlongwane to check on the progress of their memorandum of understanding. "We have a very special relationship with Zimbabwe which can bring people together," said Senouar.

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HIV Not Peculiar to University – MP

[The Herald] HIV and Aids is not only peculiar to Midlands State University, as all tertiary institutions across the country face the same challenges posing a greater risk for students to contract HIV, parliamentary portfolio committee on Health and Ch…

[The Herald] HIV and Aids is not only peculiar to Midlands State University, as all tertiary institutions across the country face the same challenges posing a greater risk for students to contract HIV, parliamentary portfolio committee on Health and Child Care chairperson Dr Ruth Labode has said. Addressing students from MSU's Zvishavane campus during a National Aids Council organised legislators' visit last Friday, Dr Labode said national statistics showed that all youths between ages of 15 and 24 were at higher risk

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Judge Takes Swipe At ‘Dishonest’ Lawyers

[The Herald] High Court judge Justice David Mangota has taken a swipe at lawyers who deliberately mislead their clients into pursuing dead cases, a development that wastes the court’s time, costs the litigant and unnecessarily clogs the court system. T…

[The Herald] High Court judge Justice David Mangota has taken a swipe at lawyers who deliberately mislead their clients into pursuing dead cases, a development that wastes the court's time, costs the litigant and unnecessarily clogs the court system. Throwing out an application by a Harare man, Mr Konono Konono, who wanted to be declared the lawful owner of a Waterfalls property, Justice Mangota said the man's lawyers had acted unprofessionally.

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Skills Audit Opens Can of Worms

[The Herald] The commission appointed by Government to turnaround the fortunes of Chitungwiza Municipality has made shocking revelations that some employees do not have O-Levels, yet it is a prerequisite for employment. In an interview with The Herald,…

[The Herald] The commission appointed by Government to turnaround the fortunes of Chitungwiza Municipality has made shocking revelations that some employees do not have O-Levels, yet it is a prerequisite for employment. In an interview with The Herald, chairperson of the caretaker commission Mr Madzudzo Pawadyira said this was unearthed by an audit they instituted in a bid to bring normalcy at Chitungwiza.

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Court Orders Fugitive Cashgate Suspect Karima Tried in Absentia

[Nyasa Times] High Court in Lilongwe has ordered the continued prosecution of the fugitive Cashgate suspect, businessman Limumba Karim, in the K2.4 billion money laundering case in his absence.

[Nyasa Times] High Court in Lilongwe has ordered the continued prosecution of the fugitive Cashgate suspect, businessman Limumba Karim, in the K2.4 billion money laundering case in his absence.

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MPs Clash On Abortion Law

[The Herald] Some members of the parliamentary portfolio committee on Health and Child Care are pushing for legislation to legalise abortion, amid revelations that 16 percent of maternal deaths are due to unsafe abortions, half of which occur among ado…

[The Herald] Some members of the parliamentary portfolio committee on Health and Child Care are pushing for legislation to legalise abortion, amid revelations that 16 percent of maternal deaths are due to unsafe abortions, half of which occur among adolescents. According to the 2016 national adolescent fertility study, nine percent of adolescents between 10 and 19 years have fallen pregnant before, the majority of whom were girls from rural areas.

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Former Parastatal Boss Dube Not Off the Hook

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) says former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube is not yet off the hook as the anti-graft body has gathered fresh incriminating evidence to nail …

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) says former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube is not yet off the hook as the anti-graft body has gathered fresh incriminating evidence to nail him. ZACC said the letter written to PSMAS by its acting secretary Senior Assistant Commissioner Silence Pondo earlier on, which appeared to have exonerated Dr Dube and his board, was prepared at a time when there was no sufficient evidence to pin the suspects.

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Millions Paid to UK Public Relations Firm to Improve Image

[News24Wire] Government entity SA Tourism spent R9.6m on a contract with controversial UK public relations firm Bell Pottinger to promote South Africa’s image abroad.

[News24Wire] Government entity SA Tourism spent R9.6m on a contract with controversial UK public relations firm Bell Pottinger to promote South Africa's image abroad.

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Govt Appoints Beitbridge Water Commission

[The Herald] Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri has appointed a seven-member commission to look into Beitbridge Town Council’s (BTC) capacity to take over management of the border town’s water affairs from the Zimbabwe Nat…

[The Herald] Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri has appointed a seven-member commission to look into Beitbridge Town Council's (BTC) capacity to take over management of the border town's water affairs from the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (zinwa). The committee is chaired by the deputy director in the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate, Mr Gilbert Maware.

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