Press Freedom Day: Defend national interest, journalists urged

Zimbabwe has joined the rest of the world in commemorating World Press Freedom Day with government calling for a professional and pluralistic media which expresses divergent views and jealously defends national interest.

 

 
IMF okays Zim debt repayment strategy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) board has approved a report on Zimbabwe's economic policy reforms paving way for the country to re-engage multilateral financiers.

 

The IMF board of directors who met in the United States on Monday adopted a report on the progress Zimbabwe has made in terms of policy reforms and improving economic environment.

 
National pledge officially launched

The official launch of the national school pledge has been held at Harare High School in the capital where students  performed the national school pledge launched by government in line with the new schools curriculum.

 

 

PAP session opens in SA

PAP session opens in SA

The 2 nd ordinary session of the 4 th Pan African Parliament (PAP) has officially opened in Midrand, South Africa amid calls for member states to expedite the ratification of the assembly so that it trans...

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ZSE recovery continues

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange recovery continues with the benchmark index recording a marginal gain to close the day in the positive territory.

 

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All set for Chris Martin show

All is set for the Jamaican reggae artist Chris Martin’s show to be held tonight at Glamis stadium in the capital where Martin will share the stage with local artists.

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Bogus tobacco buyers: Farmers warned

The Progressive Tobacco Farmers Association of Zimbabwe has warned farmers to be wary of the re-emergence of unscrupulous syndicates buying rejected tobacco at very low prices and reselling it at high...

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Zim hosts neurosurgeons workshop

The government say there is need for continuous sharing  information among neurosurgeons as a way of improving service delivery, especially for the local health system to ensure that more operations a...

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Kambuzuma youths get stands

Fifty-four youths from Kambuzuma have benefited with stands from Joshua Nkomo Housing Cooperative as part of efforts to empower them.

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President Mugabe a man of his word

President Mugabe a man of his word

By Tafara Shumba


There has been a resolute effort by the opposition political parties and their allies to discredit every word and promise that President Robert Mugabe makes to the nation.

 

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PSL Day 4: FC Platinum on top

FC Platinum asserted themselves as the team to beat after maintaining a 100 percent winning record, while Caps United broke a 7-year jinx in Match Day 4 action.

 

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Renewable energy under spotlight

Stakeholders in the energy sector today held a breakfast meeting to interrogate issues relating to the promotion of green energy as exploitation of natural resources has led to loss of biodiversity.

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crack down on piracy

Piracy prevention in Zimbabwe team and the Zimbabwe Republic Police have confiscated more than three thousand pirated books, e-learning material and thousands of pirated music and movie videos.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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