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Air Zim to Introduce Harare-Tanzania Flight
[The Herald] THE national airline, Air Zimbabwe will next week re-introduce flights between Harare and the Tanzanian capital, Dar-es-Salaam.
Don't Chase Children Away, Schools Told
[The Herald] Government is pleading with schools to accept children of war veterans and other eligible beneficiaries saying the delay in the processing of the fees was due to slow money transfer systems at the banks. Welfare Services for War Veterans, War Collaborators, Ex-Political Detainees and Restrictees Minister Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube yesterday told The Herald that all the fees had been disbursed, but the banking problems were delaying the process.
No One Will Be Laid Off - Mupfumira
[The Herald] PUBLIC Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira yesterday assured workers that no employees will be laid off as Government rationalises the country's public service establishment.
Huge Turnout At Models Workshop
[The Herald] The inaugural Zimbabwe Model Workshop that was held during the weekend at the Zimbabwe-Germany Society in Harare was a success with huge turnout recorded.
FC Platinum Beat Ngezi
[The Herald] FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza says people should not expect his team to play beautiful football all the time after his charges fought hard for victory against Ngezi Platinum at Baobab yesterday. A 10-man FC Platinum shot back to the top of the table after a gritty win that showed their other side. Walter Musona scored the all-important goal in the fourth minute, taking advantage of poor marking by the hosts' defenders to thrust his team into an early lead.
Zesa Switches Off Small Holder Farmers,Cairns Deal in Jeopardy
[New Zimbabwe] More than 1 000 small holder farmers at Chibuwe/ Musikavanhu irrigation schemes are crying foul after power utility ZESA switched them over a $66,000 debt.
Councillor Loses U.S $4 Million for Backing Mnangagwa As Zanu-PF Fueds Persist
[New Zimbabwe] A suspended Zanu PF Marondera Urban councillor is reported to have lost over $4 million meant for land development following his fall out with local government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere due to on-going factional fights.
Zim Achievers Celebrate Women in Arts, Media
[New Zimbabwe] THE Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) will this year give special recognition to women in the media and arts industry.
FC Platinum Edge Battling Ngezi to Claim Top Spot
[New Zimbabwe] In-frorm FC Platinum laboured to a 1-0 victory over a battling Ngezi Platinum in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the Boabab Stadium on Monday to dislodge Caps United from the top of the table.
Opposition Parties Say Only a Coalition Government Can Solve Zimbabwe's Problems
[New Zimbabwe] OPPOSITION political parties have said the only way Zimbabwe can see an improvement in the quality of life for all workers will be if President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF were voted out, making way for a coalition government committed to genuine reform.
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