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President calls for peace in MDC-T

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday warned MDC-T against inciting illegal and violent protests, saying the security services were ready to ensure the rule of law prevails....
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11die, 77 injured in holiday accidents

Crime Reporter ELEVEN people were killed while 77 others were injured in 74 accidents recorded countrywide so far during the Independence and Easter holidays. The accidents occurred between Thursday ...
This billboard along Simon Mazorodze Road in Harare advertises United Family International Church’s all-night event dubbed Judgment Night 2

Judgment Night 2 ready to roll

Lovemore Chikova News Editor The biggest pentecostal church gathering in Zimbabwe, dubbed Judgment Night 2 and organised by Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family International Church, kicks off ...
Women hold a banner in commemorations of Zimbabwe's independence at the NSS (pic by Lloyd Gumbo)

LIVE UPDATES: Independence Celebrations

1514: However, please note our Facebook page The Herald-Zimbabwe will bring live updates on the match pitting Dynamos against FC Platinum. 1513: The First Family is now leaving the NSS and that bring...
President Mugabe is welcomed by Child president Ntandoyenkosi Moyo, while Deputy Chief Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet Mr Justin Mpamhanga (centre) looks on at the children's Independence Day party at the City Sports Centre in Harare yesterday.(Picture by Tawanda Mudimu)

President calls for moral rectitude

Farirai Machivenyika  Senior Reporter YOUTHS should take education seriously and desist from engaging in risky behaviour that may affect their ability to succeed in their academic endeavours, Preside...
President Mugabe greets Salvation Army commissioner Silvia Cox while her husband and leader of the church General Andre Cox and  Vice President Joice Mujuru look on at State House in Harare yesterday. — Picture by Presidential Photographer Joseph Nyadzayo

President meets Salvation Army leader

Senior Reporter The Salvation Army’s international leader General Andre Cox met President Mugabe at State House in Harare yesterday and assured him that the church was there to support the people.
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US congratulates, sanctions Zim

Pamela Sumba Bulawayo Bureau THE United States yesterday tightened its ruinous economic sanctions regime on Zimbabwe by adding one company and several Chinese nationals doing business in the country ...
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Zimbabwe turns 34

Hebert Zharare and Lloyd Gumbo Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and US president Barack Obama yesterday congratulated Zimbabwe on the occasion to mark its 34th Independence Day today as hundr...
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US$2m Zimra tender raises eyebrows

Felex Share Herald Reporter The State Procurement Board has come under fire from losing bidders of a US$2 million security tender for allegedly awarding the tender to two companies owned by one perso...
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Slashed perks for bigwigs monthend

Hebert Zharare Political Editor ALL chief executives of State-linked firms and local authorities will earn Cabinet-prescribed packages of US$6 000 and below this month. Government formally issued the...
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Independence Zim’s greatest asset

Felex Share Herald Reporter ZIMBABWE’S biggest asset is its Independence whose essence exposes charlatans who foolishly believe that illegal and unconstitutional political demonstrations are the solu...
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Taxman targets informal sector

Peter Matambanadzo Senior Reporter Government is working on a cocktail of measures to formalise small and medium enterprises so that they pay taxes and directly contribute to economic growth. Experts...