President Mugabe, First Lady back from Rome

President Robert Mugabe and the First Lady, Dr Grace Mugabe, have returned home from Rome, Italy, where they attended the beatification mass of Pope Paul VI.

Cde Mugabe, a devout Catholic and the First Lady joined other political and religious leaders and more than 70 000 Catholics from around the world for a double mass that was presided over by Pope Francis at the Vatican city.

 
'Change human rights approach'

Government has called for a mindset shift on how the media reports human rights issues in Zimbabwe.

 
Sakala for top ADB post

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has endorsed a Zimbabwean, Mr Zondo Sakala, for the African Development Bank (ADB) presidency.

 

Liberation hero Cde Ziyambi buried

The late liberation war hero Cde Phillip Ziyambi has been buried at the Midlands Provincial Heroes Acre amid calls for the nation to safeguard and cherish its hard won independence.

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Oscar Pistorius gets 5 years in jail

Oscar Pistorius gets 5 years in jail

Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years behind bars for culpable homicide and three years suspended for shooting a gun in a restaurant.

 

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Farmers should adopt new breeding methods

Farmers should adopt new breeding methods

Experts have encouraged local cattle breeders to embrace new technologies such as embryo transfer and artificial insemination to create super breeds that can help turn around the fortunes of the beef ...

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UNICEF lauds Zim's low maternal mortality

UNICEF lauds Zim's low maternal mortality

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has commended Zimbabwe for tremendous strides in the maternal health sector where maternal mortality has been reduced due to availab...

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DeMbare and Hove should get crowns

DeMbare and Hove should get crowns

By Livingstone Banga

 

The greatest mistake that all Premier Soccer League teams have done is to allow Dynamos to be at the apex or close to the top towards every season end over the past five seasons.

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Mathe too junior, say Bosso fans

Mathe too junior, say Bosso fans

Bulawayo giants Highlanders supporters have challenged the team’s executive to find a better coach following uninspiring performances under newly-appointed gaffer, Mark Mathe.

 

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Exhibitors hail Sanganai

Foreign exhibitors at the 2014 Sanganai/Hlanganani World Travel and Tourism Africa Fair hailed the event as a success, expressing optimism that more business deals will be sealed in the next few weeks...

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Oscar Pistorius gets 5 years in jail

Oscar Pistorius gets 5 years in jail

Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years behind bars for culpable homicide and three years suspended for shooting a gun in a restaurant.

 

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Parly opening a spectacle

Parly opening a spectacle

The resumption of parliamentary business normally is a moment to catch the attention of all with the colourful traditional ceremonies adding a magical moment to the day.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"They think Africa is their God-given territory because once upon a time they oppressed us. They had colonies in Africa. They had shared Africa like a cake, this part belongs to the British, that part to the Belgians and that other part to the French, the Germans. There was that scramble for Africa. Not so with the Chinese." - during state trip to China, August 2014.

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