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President speaks on two million jobs

Felex Share Senior Reporter The creation of two million jobs promised by Zanu-PF is a gradual process to be achieved through numerous initiatives like value addition and beneficiation of the country’...
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City needs $1,6bn for water

Herald Reporters Harare requires over $1,6 billion to solve its water woes which date from the pre-independence era as the rehabilitation of Morton Jaffray Waterworks will only ensure that 80 percent...
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Let Trump prove himself: President

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter— UNITED States President Mr Donald Trump should be given a chance to prove that he is a good leader who can create sound policies that will improve the curr...
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Headmaster fudges pass rates

George Maponga Masvingo Bureau— Gokomere High School headmaster Mr Stanley Mtsambiwa allegedly routinely diverted examination fees paid academically-challenged pupils to bright ones in a bid to...
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Cyclone still a threat: CPU

Abigail Mawonde in Harare and Thupeyo Muleya in Beitbridge The Civil Protection Unit (CPU) has warned that the downgrading of cyclone Dineo to a tropical depression has not reduced the risk to human ...
President Mugabe greets Munashe Munzwadi of Chigwedere Primary School, Hwedza, during the official opening of the 11th Zimbabwe Research Symposium in Harare yesterday. Looking on are Vice Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko. - Picture by John Manzongo

President challenges scientists

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter President Mugabe yesterday urged scientists to come up with new technologies and innovations that are essential to the country’s industrialisation and development...
First Lady and zanu-pf Women’s League secretary Dr Grace Mugabe, flanked by Acting Manicaland zanu-pf provincial chairman Cde Samuel Undenge and Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Mandi Chimene (partially obscured), salutes the revolutionary party’s supporters on arrival for a rally at St John’s Primary School in Buhera yesterday. — (Picture by Wilson Kakurira)

First Lady hits out at power-hungry bigwigs

Tendai Mugabe in BUHERA Zanu-PF Women’s Affairs secretary Dr Grace Mugabe has castigated power-hungry bigwigs fomenting divisions in the party, saying they should retire together with President Mugab...
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LATEST: Zim faces locust invasion

Runyararo Muzavazi Herald Reporter Zimbabwe faces a new threat from an invasion of red locusts that attack maize and wheat amid fears the insects could greatly reduce this year’s yields. The country ...