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THE International Tobacco Growers Association Africa Regional meeting called for the participation of tobacco growers in the formulation of regulations and policies that are threatening the production of tobacco around the world.
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The Botswana government is reportedly set to repatriate Zimbabweans who sought refuge in the neighbouring country at the height of Zimbabwe's political crisis in 2008.
Harare City Council resolved at a recent meeting to spend $30,000 on sending a few individuals to workshops.
There is a looming health crisis in Chitungwiza as the town has been engulfed by waste and filth following a strike by council workers.
A former Chegutu farmer whose property was burned down during a violent invasion in the early days of the land grab has revealed how the late former cabinet minister Nathan Shamuyarira, declared a hero by ZANU PF, destroyed his family and the lives of many farm workers Shamuyarira, a ZANU PF founding member and senior cabinet minister for 15 years, ... (more)
Police detained for several hours a reporter for the independent Daily News on July 3, 2014, local journalists told CPJ.
WOMEN CAN DO IT . . . Vice President Joice Mujuru and Women's Affairs, Gender and Community Development Minister Cde Oppah Muchinguri have shown that if given equal chances, the sky is the limit for Zimbabwean women Ruth Butaumocha Gender Forum A fortnight ago, the Public Service Commission made a shocking claim before the Parliamentary Portfolio ... (more)
Zimbabwe's two largest municipalities are facing a money crisis that has seen workers go unpaid for months and uncollected rubbish piling up as service delivery virtually collapses.
Confusion surrounding the issue of dual citizenship continues, with the Zimbabwean government website showing that dual nationality is still prohibited, a fortnight after the Constitutional Court ruled otherwise.
Gweru Youths in the Midlands South constituency have blasted former MDC-T secretary Tendai Biti's Renewal Team saying they must be spurned from holding divisive rallies in the province.
FOREIGN Affairs deputy minister Chris Mutsvangwa yesterday launched a scathing attack against his boss Simbarashe Mumbengegwi claiming the minister was out to frustrate him.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 08:27 am
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