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President Zuma Expected in Zim

zuma.jpgPresident Jacob Zuma is expected to arrive in Harare today to facilitate dialogue between Zanu-PF and the MDC formations. 

A South African team arrived in Harare yesterday  to lay the ground for the mediator. It is  led  Mr. Charles Nqakula and comprising former Minister Mr Mac Maharaj and President Zuma’s International Relations Advisor Ms Lindiwe Zulu.

They were expected to hold meetings with GPA negotiators Cde Patrick Chinamasa-Zanu-PF,  Mr. Elton Mangoma-MDC-T and Professor Welshman Ncube- MDC.

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Gvt hails Zim-Sino relationship

mudenge-stan-.jpgGovernment has hailed the Zimbabwe-Sino relationship which has seen China defending the country at various international fora as well as adopting sanctions busting measures key to economic revival.

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Chinese delegation pays VP Nkomo courtesy call

john-nkomo.jpgChina says it will continue to support local efforts to revitalise the country’s economy while at the same time ensuring that Chinese business people understand Zimbabwe’s economic situation.

 

A fifteen member Chinese business delegation which is in the country to explore investment opportunities in the medical field, mining and infrastructure development paid a courtesy call on Vice President Cde John Landa Nkomo at his Munhumutapa office in Harare.

 

China’s ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr. Xin Shunkang who accompanied the business delegation to Cde Nkomo’s office said, he will continue to fulfill his obligation of explaining Zimbabwe’s economic situation to the people of his country while also supporting efforts by Zimbabweans in revitalizing the country’s economy.

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Sam Mtukudzi dies

samtuku.jpgThe son of veteran artist, Oliver Mtukudzi, and one of Zimbabwe’s most promising young musicians Sam Mtukudzi has died. He was 22. 

 

Sam and his sound engineer and friend Owen Chimhare died in a road accident early today when their car veered off the road and plunged into a bridge near Kuwadzana Extension.

 

Spokesperson for Tuku music and Pakarepaye Arts Centre, Shepherd Mutamba said burial arrangements are yet to be finalised.

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Health ministry prepares for typhoid outbreak

hre hosp2.jpgMinistry of Health and Child Welfare is engaging the World Health Organisation to ensure that the country has adequate supplies of medication in case of a major typhoid outbreak.

 

Since the deadly typhoid disease was detected in Mabvuku about two weeks ago 81 people have tested positive of the disease while five have succumbed to the disease as of Friday.

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