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UZ medical students protest over academic fees

The University of Zimbabwe medical students today gathered at the student’s union building at the campus in Harare in protest over misunderstandings regarding the issue of their academic fees. In a statement to the ZBC News, the...


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Warriors beat Mozambique

The Zimbabwe Warriors got off to a positive start at the COSAFA Castle Cup in South Africa following an emphatic 4-nil victory over Mozambique today. The Warriors opened the score sheet through captain Ovidy Karuru who scored a...


24 firms to benefit from 2017-18 command agric

At least 24 local firms are set to benefit immensely from the 2017-2018 Command Agriculture Programme through the supply of agricultural inputs for the summer cropping season. Contracts have already been concluded with...

Crime & Courts


Radio Zim road shows proving to be popular

Youths who took part in belated Day of the African Child commemorations in Mufakose organised by ZBC’s Radio Zimbabwe say the station is providing a platform for them to access key information on their rights through its...


Forty percent women infected with genital bilharzia

Forty percent of women are being infected with female genital bilharzia and health practitioners have no capacity to diagnose the disease owing to lack of knowledge and resources. Female genital schistosomiasis is a form of...

Environment & Tourism


Disaster sensitive govt critical

By Chigumbu Warikandwa Delegates sat for a disaster preparedness workshop at Ndlela Centre in Gweru in 2009. This centre is owned by the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe (MCZ). The workshop was steered by the MCZ Education...


Mazvihwa curse haunts Runde river

Any change in the environment has had explanation in the scientific world, but for a people who have held onto their traditional values and beliefs there is a curse pronounced generations ago which has haunted Runde river to the...


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