Youths Pen Dancehall Song for Mnangagwa After Blast

[The Herald] Zanu-PF Kadoma Central legislator Cde Fani Phiri’s son, Norman, has collaborated with Mashonaland West provincial Youth League committee member Cde Gift Masikini and Kadoma-based artiste Naison Mandizvidza “Nai Zee” to pen a song for Presi…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF Kadoma Central legislator Cde Fani Phiri's son, Norman, has collaborated with Mashonaland West provincial Youth League committee member Cde Gift Masikini and Kadoma-based artiste Naison Mandizvidza "Nai Zee" to pen a song for President Mnangagwa following a bomb explosion that almost claimed his life soon after a campaign rally at White Stadium in Bulawayo on Saturday.

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Hwange Colliery to Get New Board

[The Herald] The Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Winston Chitando, has nominated six people Government wants appointed into the Hwange Colliery Company board. The nomination came at a time when Government is working towards resuscitating the …

[The Herald] The Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Winston Chitando, has nominated six people Government wants appointed into the Hwange Colliery Company board. The nomination came at a time when Government is working towards resuscitating the 119-year-old coal miner, which is confronted with a myriad of problems, chief among them mining equipment challenges.

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Govt Spearheads Green Agriculture

[The Herald] The Office of the President and Cabinet is spearheading the mainstreaming of green innovations in agriculture to mitigate the effects of climate change to agricultural performance and the economy. President Mnangagwa’s Government is pushin…

[The Herald] The Office of the President and Cabinet is spearheading the mainstreaming of green innovations in agriculture to mitigate the effects of climate change to agricultural performance and the economy. President Mnangagwa's Government is pushing for economic development across all sectors, which should consequently propel Zimbabwe to a middle income economy by 2030.

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Stay Calm, Let Police Find the Bombers

[The Herald] The Government has shown commendable calmness in its reaction to Saturday’s attempt to murder President Mnangagwa, his two Vice Presidents and a number of top officials. Life goes on as normal, the election and associated electioneering ar…

[The Herald] The Government has shown commendable calmness in its reaction to Saturday's attempt to murder President Mnangagwa, his two Vice Presidents and a number of top officials. Life goes on as normal, the election and associated electioneering are to continue, and the police are to be given time and resources in their investigation of what is a case of attempted multiple murder.

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Fugitive Human Trafficker in Court

[The Herald] Employment agent, James Tungamirai Maroodza (30) who is accused of recruiting Zimbabwean women and trafficking them to Kuwait and had been missing for the past two years, is back in court. Maroodza has been on the International Criminal Po…

[The Herald] Employment agent, James Tungamirai Maroodza (30) who is accused of recruiting Zimbabwean women and trafficking them to Kuwait and had been missing for the past two years, is back in court. Maroodza has been on the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) and Zimbabwe Republic Police(ZRP) wanted list after he absconded while on remand pending trial on allegations of human trafficking.

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Thumbs-Up for Tongai Mnangagwa

[The Herald] Zanu-PF losing candidates in Harare South National Assembly constituency and war veterans have pledged to work together with winning candidate, Cde Tongai Mnangagwa, to ensure election victory for the revolutionary party.

[The Herald] Zanu-PF losing candidates in Harare South National Assembly constituency and war veterans have pledged to work together with winning candidate, Cde Tongai Mnangagwa, to ensure election victory for the revolutionary party.

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Youth Can Play a Positive Role in Realisation of the 2030 Vision

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s vision to become a middle-income economy by 2030 is achievable if the government invests in productive sectors and implement policies that encourage investment as well as entrepreneurial development. With adequate and proper sup…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's vision to become a middle-income economy by 2030 is achievable if the government invests in productive sectors and implement policies that encourage investment as well as entrepreneurial development. With adequate and proper support, access to education, jobs and opportunities to have their voices heard, young people can easily become a resource for the realisation of 2030 vision. In this report, Leeroy Dzenga (LD), our features reporter, speaks to the new Zimbabwe Youth Council (ZYC) director C

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Complex Shareholding Stalls Zimre Bundling

[The Herald] A complicated shareholding structure in Zimre Holdings Limited’s regional subsidiaries is stalling the group’s move to consolidate all of its operations in new offshore company, Emeritus International Reinsurance Company. ZHL is in the pro…

[The Herald] A complicated shareholding structure in Zimre Holdings Limited's regional subsidiaries is stalling the group's move to consolidate all of its operations in new offshore company, Emeritus International Reinsurance Company. ZHL is in the process of a monolithic rebranding of its reinsurance operations under the Emeritus Reinsurance banner, and has to date concluded the transfer of some of its reinsurance subsidiaries to the new entity.

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Opposition Party Promises 2,5 Million Jobs By 2020

[The Herald] Timothy Chiguvare, leader of the People’s Progressive Party and one of the contestants in the forthcoming Presidential elections, says his party will create 2.5 million jobs in two years if elected. The Bulawayo-based businessman revealed …

[The Herald] Timothy Chiguvare, leader of the People's Progressive Party and one of the contestants in the forthcoming Presidential elections, says his party will create 2.5 million jobs in two years if elected. The Bulawayo-based businessman revealed this in an interview as he laid stake at the much-awaited election scheduled for July 30, predicting he would win the poll with a landslide.

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Man Dies in Shack Fire

[Namibian] A 25-YEAR-OLD man died after the shack he was sleeping in caught fire at the Agste Laan informal settlement in Windhoek on Saturday.

[Namibian] A 25-YEAR-OLD man died after the shack he was sleeping in caught fire at the Agste Laan informal settlement in Windhoek on Saturday.

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