President Mugabe raps Zanu PF Harare leadership

President Robert Mugabe has slammed some members of the Zanu PF Harare provincial leadership for fanning divisions in the party and seeking to bar the First Lady’s ascendancy to the Women’s League top post.

The President said the province should instead concentrate on finding ways to win back the seats that were won by the opposition.

President Mugabe was thousands of Zanu PF supporters who turned up to welcome him from a week long state visit to China at the Harare International Airport.

 
Thousands welcome President

Thousands of Zanu PF supporters thronged the Harare International Airport to welcome and show solidarity with President Robert Mugabe after his successful visit to China.

 
SADC Troika meets over Lesotho

The SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security (Troika) is meeting in Pretoria, South Africa with a view of coming up with solutions to the political problems that are threatening peace and stability in Lesotho.

 

Nyanhongo hails President Mugabe

Nyanhongo hails President Mugabe

Nyanga South legislator, Cde Hubert Nyanhongo has commended President Robert Mugabe for engaging the Chinese government to help revive the country’s industry.

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Bank deposits go up

Bank deposits go up

Zimbabwe’s banking deposits have increased to US$4.96 billion in the first six months amid calls for policies to increase long term savings in the economy.

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Zim's Got Talent to audition soon

Zim's Got Talent to audition soon

All is now set for the “Zimbabwe Has Got Talent” cultural search show, which is about the celebration and unification of various ethnic communities in the country through an intercultural concert.

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Lesotho PM alleges army coup

Lesotho PM alleges army coup

Lesotho's prime minister Thomas Thabane has fled to neighbouring South Africa, accusing his country's army of staging a coup against him.

 

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Poor wheat seasons worry govt

Poor wheat seasons worry govt

The Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development says the decrease in wheat production requires concerted efforts by all stakeholders in addressing challenges faced by farmers.

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Free medical services for Goromonzi villagers

Mwanza and Gutu villagers in Goromonzi have commended Friends of Amai Mugabe’s Children Trust for the medical outreach programme which saw over 500 patients getting free medical services.

 

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Sustainable energy – way to go

Sustainable energy – way to go

By Locadia Mavhudzi


Achieving universal access to modern energy services is one of the greatest multi-faceted development challenges confronting the world today. Sustainable energy is at the core of su...

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Zim beat Australia in 4th ODI

Zimbabwe ended their 31 year wait to beat Australia by three wickets in the fourth One Day International (ODI) of the triangular series at Harare Sports Club.

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Ebola virus mutating fast - researchers

Ebola virus mutating fast - researchers

Chicago - Genetic studies of some of the earliest Ebola cases in Sierra Leone reveal more than 300 genetic changes in the virus as it leapt from person to person, changes that could blunt the effectiv...

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

“The Western world, which claims the moral high ground on issues of human rights and the sanctity of life, has looked with moral and academic indifference while the Israeli army continues to butcher innocent women and children, all under the guise of fighting terrorists." -during the 34th SADC summit, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

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