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Who Will Win the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations?

Who Will Win the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations?

Who Will Win the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations? The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations is the 32nd edition of…

MDC seeks to close ranks in Byo

MDC seeks to close ranks in Byo

THE BULAWAYO MDC provincial leadership is mobilising members to close ranks and focus on rebuilding the party’s structures following last…

Relatives die of suspected food poisoning

Relatives die of suspected food poisoning

TWO RELATIVES employed at the Beitbridge Border Post have died of suspected food poisoning after they allegedly ate contaminated milk…

Rubiem launches traffic safety ‘Tripbuddy’ App

Rubiem launches traffic safety ‘Tripbuddy’ App

Rubiem Innovations has developed a mobile application called Tripbuddy which can track, report and advice the passengers on information about…

Latest South African Gambling Bill Receives More Harsh Criticism

Latest South African Gambling Bill Receives More Harsh Criticism

It’s been just over a month since the South African government introduced its new Gambling Amendment Bill and it still…

Police bash, detain AMH reporters

Police bash, detain AMH reporters

Bizarrely, the police then said they were charging Manayiti and Tozvireva with assault.

Opposition raises red flag over Zanu PF rigging threats

Opposition raises red flag over Zanu PF rigging threats

OPPOSITION parties yesterday admitted that they were worried following Zanu PF youth leader, Kudzanayi Chipanga’s recent claims that the ruling…

Ex-Zupco workers refused to meet us: CEO

Ex-Zupco workers refused to meet us: CEO

ZIMBABWE United Passengers Company (Zupco) chief executive officer, Zion Muwoni yesterday claimed that former workers snubbed several meetings called by management in Harare to discuss their outstanding salary and pension issues.

Residents threaten to take local authority head-on over rates

Residents threaten to take local authority head-on over rates

PLUMTREE residents have threatened to take their local authority head-on after the latter recently resolved to force them to pay fixed charges of $23 and $16 for low and high-density suburbs, respectively, before they could be allowed to buy new water vouchers for their prepaid meters.

Fraudulent Gweru teacher fined $100

Fraudulent Gweru teacher fined $100

A TEACHER at Matinunura High School in Gweru has been fined $100 for pocketing $250 paid by students as tuition fees.

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