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Fired TN workers fear loss of benefits

Fired TN workers fear loss of benefits

More than 40 fired TN Harlequin workers in Bulawayo yesterday demanded a thorough inventory of stock at the firm’s factory, which they want sold in order to pay outstanding salaries.

Top cop admits police are corrupt

Top cop admits police are corrupt

A SENIOR police officer based in Gweru has admitted that fellow officers, particularly in the junior ranks are soiling the image of the force by engaging in corrupt activities.

PICTURES: Mine Entra Day 2

PICTURES: Mine Entra Day 2

Former ZITF manager Daniel Chigaro (left) and Industry and Commence deputy minister Chiratidzo Mabuwa attend joint suppliers and producers’ conference at Mine Entra, ZITF Grounds, Bulawayo, yesterday

Govt urged to embrace vendors

Govt urged to embrace vendors

Addressing journalists in Gweru ahead of the official opening of this year’s show today, Muringani called for a paradigm shift in the way business viewed vendors.

Build your own power station, Chidhakwa tells complaining miners

Build your own power station, Chidhakwa tells complaining miners

BULAWAYO – Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa says mining companies in Zimbabwe should collaborate and build a power station to mitigate power shortages in the country.

Toni Braxton, Babyface heading to Zimbabwe

Toni Braxton, Babyface heading to Zimbabwe

JOHANNESBURG – CANOC LIVE announced that legendary R&B superstars Toni Braxton and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds will be performing in South Africa and Zimbabwe between August 28 and September 3.

Mukwena warns of starvation in Gwanda

Mukwena warns of starvation in Gwanda

SCORES of villagers in Gwanda South are in dire need of food aid after most of their crops were written off due to low rainfall, a community leader has said.

Moyo briefs diplomats on Renewal convention

Moyo briefs diplomats on Renewal convention

AT least 7 000 MDC Renewal members are expected to attend the party’s inaugural elective national convention set for next month in Harare, secretary for international relations, Gordon Moyo said yesterday.

Water woes hit Matabeleland South villages

Water woes hit Matabeleland South villages

ACCESS to clean water is a human right guaranteed in the new Constitution, but for villagers of Mabonyane, Bhalagwe and Esigodini in Maphisa, Matabeleland South it is a different story.

Unlicensed cop escapes with fine

Unlicensed cop escapes with fine

A 24-YEAR-OLD police officer based in Filabusi was yesterday lucky to escape jail after he was fined $150 for driving without a valid licence.

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