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Aids Funding Dwindle
[The Herald] Paidamoyo Chipunza recently in Durban, South Africa Countries must devise innovative ways of mobilising resources at domestic level to combat HIV, AIDS and tuberculosis amid revelations that 13 out of 14 funding partners have reduced their financial assistance towards Aids due to the world's competing priorities.
Dinha Eyes Landslide in Mazowe North By-Election
[The Herald] All is set for today's by-election in Mazowe North constituency and the ruling Zanu-PF candidate, Dr Martin Dinha, says he is confident to see off his opponent, Mr Elias Malukula of the Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe.
Zhanda Blasts 'Crybabies
[The Herald] Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Deputy Minister Responsible for Livestock Cde Paddy Zhanda has challenged the private sector to produce its own inputs instead of blaming Government for shortages.
When Education Becomes a Nightmare...
[The Herald] Stories of strife in schools have become all too common. Abuse of funds, abuse of kids and other poor administrative practices result in kids failing to exercise their right to education. This is the alleged case at Chifamba High School in Mudzi with tales of misappropriated funds, harassment and periodically changing teacher's subject allocation among other issues.
Drama Clubs in Competition
[The Herald] Last week there was a drama competition for Warren Park-Mabelreign district which was running under the theme "Aiming Towards a Quality and Choreography Drama". It was glitz and glamour at Christ Ministries High School and only seven schools in the district managed to come which were Christ Ministries High, Ellis Robins Boys High, Mother Touch High, Dzivarasekwa I High, Warren Park High, Dzivarasekwa 2 High and Kuwadzana 2 High.
Well Done Black Caps, Now Let's Enjoy Some Test Cricket!
[The Herald] TEST cricket comes to life again for the Zimbabwe national senior team after a 20-month hiatus, thanks to the visit by one of the top cricket nations -- New Zealand -- this week.
Aids - 'Prevention Is Better Than Treatment
[The Herald] Last week, Zimbabwe joined over 180 other countries from across the globe at the largest HIV gathering for scientists, policymakers, donors, advocates, community representatives and civil society in Durban, South Africa. Organised by the International Aids Society in partnership with the Government of South Africa, this year's conference ran under the theme, "Access, equity, rights now".
Rugby Cranes Stun Zimbabwe, Avoid Relegation From Tier 1A
[Observer] Rugby Cranes coach John Duncan could not be more proud of his charges and the spirit they showed over eighty minutes in their vital 34-27 win over Zimbabwe.
Rujeko Claim Copa Coca-Cola Final
[The Herald] Gwanda -THE 2016 edition of the COPA Coca-Cola soccer tournament came to an end yesterday with Rujeko from Mashonaland Central claiming the title for the first time in the boys section while Chidyamakono from Masvingo were crowned girls' champions for the fourth consecutive year at Phelandaba. For Rujeko, it was sweet victory as they picked up from last year's disappointment of losing the final to Dewure on penalties at Barbourfields.
80-Year-Old Man Jailed for Side Marketing His Tobacco
[The Herald] An 80-year-old man here was last Friday jailed one month for side marketing his tobacco crop after he had been contracted by a tobacco company. Karoi magistrate Mr Sam Chitumwa gave Shasha Chipunza time to restitute Chidziva Tobacco Processors on three occasions since January this year, but by last Friday the senior citizen had only managed to repay $400 out of $1 490 he owed.
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