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2 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
Curator Joseph Croisette joins a sculpture called "Revising" by artist Jonathan Mhondorohuma at the ZimSculpt exhibition at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.
6 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
The first heroine to be buried at the national Heroes Acre, Cde Sally Mugabe died in Harare on January 27, 1992 and was laid to rest on February 1. Affectionately known to many Zimbabweans as Amai, the former First Lady died of a kidney ailment.
10 hrs ago | Yahoo!
No one doubts the latest EU and US economic sanctions on Russia will inflict significant costs, but whether they can force Moscow to reverse course in Ukraine is a completely different question.
15 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
GOVERNMENT will maintain its freeze on employment in the civil service to cut costs despite President Robert Mugabe's recent encouragement to open posts in the health sector.
19 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
The official commented All parties made technical presentations at the meeting which was hosted by the , we agreed that the project is urgent and we need to do the best we can to advance.
23 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Robert Mugabe was re-elected as president of Zimbabwe one year ago. Since then, he has done very little: his party is dominated by a power struggle over who will succeed him.
CAPS United were rocked yesterday when influential board member Lewis Uriri quit his post -- exactly seven months after being unveiled as part of a six-man crew whose mandate was to bring stability and life to the misfiring Green Machine.
Bulawayo based heavy duty electrical manufacturing and engineering firm, Leaford Electric Rewinds has opened an engineering division meant to complement the company's intention to tap into the regional export market to boost operations.
FLASHBACK . . . President Mugabe opens the First Session of Zimbabwe's Eighth Parliament in September last year.
Politics is the art of survival and learning how to cope against a world that has consistently told our people that we are worthless unless we are working and building capital for white people and white power.
The Crisis Coalition in Zimbabwe has said the Electoral Amendment Bill, which sailed through the ZANU PF dominated Parliament without adjustments, is 'patently unconstitutional' and President Mugabe should not sign it into law.
While, smoking tobacco is extremely harmful for human beings growing it has been good for Zimbabwe's economy and its farmers.
Zimplats plans to have its base metal refinery, situated at its Selous Metallurgical Complex, operational within the next two years, chief executive Mr Alex Mhembere said yesterday.
A Harare based journalist has said that President Robert Mugabe has no interest in appointing anyone to succeed him in ZANU PF and the party's elective congress in December 'will come and pass as a damp squib'.
Ex-Finance Minister Tendai Biti has agreed with President Robert Mugabe's wife that no one person has all the answers to the Zim crisis, saying that is why dialogue is crucial.
The Zimbabwean unit of the world's second largest platinum producer Implats will spend $690 million to upgrade its base metals refinery, the chief executive officer said on Wednesday.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:28 pm
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