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Kombi ban reversed

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3 hours ago | February 22, 2018

Greek parliament approves special probe into former high-level ...

ATHENS. — Greek MPs approved early Thursday a special parliamentary probe into 10 former high-level officials, ...

Kombi ban reversed

The Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has today blasted Harare City Council for its ...

Commuters disgruntled over Council’s decision to ban kombis

Commuters in Harare have expressed disapproval of the decision by the Harare City Council to ban commuter omnibuses from dropping off passengers at ranks in the Central Business District.

JUST IN: Chinese nationals, Zim accomplice face attempted murder charge

TWO Chinese nationals and their Zimbabwean accomplice have appeared in court facing attempted murder charges after they shot two people whom they suspected to be part of a gang of robbers they ...

JUST IN: Madzibaba Gathry’s application thrown out

HIGH Court judge Justice Clemence Phiri has thrown out Gathry Chiredzero’s freedom bid on charges of breaching President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s security using a fake Central Intelligence ...

Industry revival, jobs top priority

THE revival of large domestic industries in the mining, agriculture and manufacturing sectors tops the agenda for the Executive as Government seeks to transform the economy and create jobs, ...

We aim to enhance efficiency, says Zimra boss

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (zimra) has started working on new strategies to plug corruption and speed up the ...

Floods wreak havoc

Several people, including 85 school pupils, have been left stranded in Mashonaland Central province following floods ...

Gutu quits ‘violent’ MDC-T

MDC-T spokesperson Mr Obert Gutu has quit the party which has been rocked by violence and heated leadership disputes following the death of its leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai.

Farmers import livestock worth $8,4 million

LOCAL farmers have spent $8,4 million importing livestock breeding stock over the last three years as part of efforts to ...