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Binga men resist circumcision

Binga men resist circumcision

BINGA men are resisting voluntary male circumcision with no one having been circumcised between January and March, according to statistics provided by the National Aids Council (NAC).

Kasukuwere under fire over MDC-T slur

Kasukuwere under fire over MDC-T slur

ZANU PF political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere has come under attack for claiming that opposition MDC-T had caused the collapse of most companies in Bulawayo.

‘Economy not conducive  for ‘O’ Level internship programmes’

‘Economy not conducive for ‘O’ Level internship programmes’

FORMER Education minister David Coltart says government plans to introduce an internship programme for “O” Level students were bound to falter under the current economic environment.

‘Subdued’ ZITF ends

‘Subdued’ ZITF ends

The curtain comes down today at the 56th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) after yet another low-key exhibition attributed to the depressed economy.

SA company eyes Zim market

SA company eyes Zim market

South AFRICAN beverages distributor Voltren Investments plans to further develop its brand in Zimbabwe and bottle products locally.

First 2015 ZITF public day a big yawn

First 2015 ZITF public day a big yawn

THE 56th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) continued on a subdued note on the first public day of the exhibition today.

Mnangagwa decries GMB rot

Mnangagwa decries GMB rot

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday took the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) management to task over its failure to pay farmers for grain deliveries despite receiving money for strategic grain reserves from Treasury each year.

Slow start to ZITF 56th edition

Slow start to ZITF 56th edition

THE 56th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) opened on a low note yesterday with exhibitors complaining of low business on the first day of the showcase.

Job-seekers throng ZITF offices

Job-seekers throng ZITF offices

HUNDREDS of job-seekers thronged the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair offices yesterday seeking to be hired for menial jobs after being turned away by exhibitors.

I’ve no regrets: Sandra Ndebele

I’ve no regrets: Sandra Ndebele

BULAWAYO-based singer Sandra Ndebele has defended her campaign against South African artists performing in the city saying they should stage shows after the xenophobic attacks have ended.

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