President thanks Zimbabweans for peaceful vote

President Robert Mugabe says Zimbabweans should forever cherish the peace and unity that characterised the 2013 harmonised elections that saw the ruling Zanu PF party romping to a resounding victory.

Addressing guests on the 1st anniversary of the 31 July harmonised elections at State House in Harare, Cde Mugabe reminded Zimbabweans of the lessons of non-violence taught by the late Vice President Landa John Nkomo, saying Zimbabweans heeded the words of the late leader and that they should continue on that path.

 

 
VP Mujuru lauds President

Vice President Joice Mujuru has paid tribute to Zanu PF’s First Secretary and President, Cde Robert Mugabe for his visionary leadership.

 

 
ZBC audit report out

The Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Professor Jonathan Moyo, says ZBC is set for a major transformation guided by the findings of the forensic audit report which has been handed over to government by KPMG auditors.

 

President Mugabe receives new diplomats

President Mugabe receives new diplomats

President Robert Mugabe received letters of credence from the new ambassadors of Ghana, the Vatican, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Lesotho and Vietnam at State House on Thursday.

 

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CZI congress opens in Mutare

CZI congress opens in Mutare

The 2014 Confederation of Zimbabwe Industry kicked off in Mutare on Wednesday with the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Cde Mike Bimha, revealing that government has started mobilising funds from bo...

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Local groups leave for SA marimba festival

Local groups leave for SA marimba festival

Two local marimba groups, Tambarimba and the Zimbabwe College of Music Marimba Group have left for Johannesburg, South Africa to participate in the International Marimba and Steel Pan Festival to be h...

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Israeli missiles kill 16 Palestinians

Israeli missiles kill 16 Palestinians

At least 16 people were killed and scores others wounded in a building sheltering homeless Palestinians in Jabaliya refugee camp early Wednesday morning.

 

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Consider urban farming, people urged

Consider urban farming, people urged

Agritex has urged urban dwellers to engage in the production of horticulture and food crops to boost food security at household and national levels.

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Villagers, MP in school project

Villagers, MP in school project

The Gokwe-Nembudziya community has partnered with its legislator to construct a modern school at Buno, replacing old pole and dagga buildings.

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Zim’s Lock in ITF semis

Zim’s Lock in ITF semis

Courtney Lock is Zimbabwe’s only player to progress to the semi-finals of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) 18 and Under tournament at Harare Sports Club.

 

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National Parks auctions concessions

National Parks auctions concessions

The Parks and Wildlife Management today (Thursday) held an auction of two concessions of game parks to raise money for conservation in the Kariba-Matusadonha wildlife areas.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I want to pay tribute to this young man they call minister Mzembi, now the only surviving Tourism minister in Africa or in the world, so he says. He knows how much he still has. I assure him, I rate him as one of my best ministers. I never say this to my ministers, but he is forthright, full of brilliant ideas that he never keeps in his mind." - while receiving European Council tourism awards.

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