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RUMBIDZAI Moyo, 33, says she last used a flushing toilet in her home some 20 years ago.
FORMER central bank governor Gideon Gono, who is expected to take up a seat in the Senate on a Zanu PF ticket, has refused to be billeted with any of the factions in the bitterly fractured party.
Mutare-based Alpha Media Holdings reporter Obey Manayiti on Friday scooped two prizes at the inaugural Media Mining Awards held in Harare.
Zimbabwe's opposition parties are in serious disarray and are fast becoming irrelevant to the struggle for survival which the people are engaged in on a daily basis.
She has expensive tastes, owns a lot of land in Zimbabwe and is now entering politics, a move that is roiling this southern African nation that has known only one leader since independence: President Robert Mugabe, who is 90 years old.
Tafara Shumba It came out this week that Britain was putting pressure on Zimbabwe to pay pension to around 2000 British citizens who served in the Rhodesian civil service.
The death of Cde Witness Pasichigare Magunda Mangwende on Saturday February 26, 2005 robbed the nation of a dedicated nationalist, revolutionary and diplomat.
The High Court ruled yesterday that former Mines and Mining Development Minister Obert Mpofu must explain himself for authorising payment of US$600 000 as legal fees to a Harare law firm under unclear circumstances.
Harare City Council has terminated its joint venture with Augur Investments under Sunshine Properties after the latter failed to implement the projects within the agreed time frame.
Meat vending has increased as phenomenally as have other commodities in recent times but concerns have spiked over health and an increase in livestock theft.
President Mugabe hands over one of the several awards to PSMAS group public public relations executive Ms Mavis Gumbo while her colleague looks on Premier Service Medical Aid Society dominated the news headlines over high salaries and benefits early this year.
Cde Joseph Wilfred Msika, the former Vice President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and ZANU-PF's Vice President and second secretary, was a visionary leader and fearless founding nationalist who held firm and strong to the bitter end.
Finally, some good news on the foreign correspondent front: After being held for nearly two years in a Syrian prison run by an affiliate of al-Qaeda, American freelance journalist Peter Theo Curtis was freed on Sunday with help from American ally and frequent hostage negotiatior, Qatar.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 02:13 am
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