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China’s Xi arrives in Zimbabwe, expected to sign major deals

China’s Xi arrives in Zimbabwe, expected to sign major deals

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, the first visit by a Chinese leader since 1996, amid expectations this would lead to the signing of infrastructure funding and investment agreements.

Zimbabwean author NoViolet Bulawayo: ‘I like to write from the bone’

Zimbabwean author NoViolet Bulawayo: ‘I like to write from the bone’

NoViolet. That’s the name I go by. Elizabeth Tshele, even though it’s my birth name, is the name that is just in my official documents. I like to remind people that I come from a culture where you grow up with quite a bunch of names.

Origins of Zimbabwe crisis

Origins of Zimbabwe crisis

ZIMBABWE’S political and economic crisis is more than a crisis. It is a political and economic catastrophe.

Gweru steps up inspections

Gweru steps up inspections

Gweru City Council has set a new target to inspect at least 3 600 premises, especially food outlets, by year-end to ensure they complied with the set hygienic standards.

It’s all over for Zimbabwe

It’s all over for Zimbabwe

The approach of Rahane and Vijay looked dour, even dull at various points during their partnership, but the reasoning behind it was sound. The wisdom of it became apparent when Zimbabwe batted. At the 20-over mark, they were 79 for 3. India had been 78 for 0.

New look India cautious ahead of ODI series

New look India cautious ahead of ODI series

The stand-in captain of a vastly weakened new-look India cricket side Ajinkya Rahane is cautious as his team bids for a successful tour of Zimbabwe with the one-day international (ODI) series set to begin tomorrow at Harare Sports Club.

Women figure in the royal blood?

Women figure in the royal blood?

Down through ages humankind has developed strange notions, philosophies and practices much to its own detriment. One such practice is that of treating women as less human, downplaying their role. It is sad to realise that the church cannot be exonerated from this crime.

SA seizes 200kg of Zim ivory

SA seizes 200kg of Zim ivory

South African customs officials have seized more than 200 kgs of ivory from Zimbabwe at OR Tambo International Airport.

Mugabe not to blame: Malema

Mugabe not to blame: Malema

The problems in Zimbabwe are not caused by its long-serving President Robert Mugabe, but by “capital”, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema said yesterday.

Disabled women urged to apply for loans

Disabled women urged to apply for loans

DISABLED Women in Africa (Diwa) yesterday called on various government departments and civic society organisations to champion the cause of people with disabilities.

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