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With Chinese Cash, Zimbabwe to Boost Use of Fossil Fuels
[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Harare -Zimbabwe's efforts to ease a long-running energy crisis got a big boost this month with the signing of a billion dollar deal being touted as a long-term solution to light up the country and the economy.
Ervine scores 85 in drawn game
Zimbabwe tucked into some much needed batting stints on the third and final day of their drawn practice match against BCB XI, as Craig Ervine scored an unbeaten 85
Zanu-PF Supporters Barred From Mugabe
[New Zimbabwe]PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe usually returns home from foreign trips to rousing welcomes by Zanu PF supporters and other proxy groups at the Harare International Airport.
Grace Refuses to Shake Mujuru's Hand
[New Zimbabwe]PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace, on Tuesday openly snubbed Vice-President Joice Mujuru when she refused to shake her hand at Harare International Airport.
Ebola - Wake Up Call for Africa to Build Its Own Institutions
[New Zimbabwe]THERE are instances when I agree with the ideals, principles and vision of pan African activists that include, but are not limited to the late Libyan strongman Muammar Gadhafi, former South African president Thabo Mbeki, and Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe on African renaissance. To a large extent I also agree with Gadhafi's grandiose idea of a United States of Africa.
Old Georgians Coach Confident
[The Herald]OLD Georgians Sports Club coach Grant Mitchell is confident his team will get a win over Bulawayo giants Busters in the semi-finals of the National Rugby League this Saturday.
Egyptair to Resume Zimbabwe Flights
[New Zimbabwe]EGYPTAIR, which suspended its flights to Harare last month citing viability challenges, is set to review its decision and resume the flights around next month, ambassador Bassem Khalil said Monday.
Zima, Arts Indaba to Go As Planned - NACZ
[The Herald]The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Music Awards organisers have resolved to host the two events concurrently despite reports that there might be conflict between events to be held on the same date. ZIMA awards are scheduled for Harare and an arts indaba will be held in Bulawayo on October 29. However, the NACZ's annual two-day Arts and Culture Indaba which draws participants from across all genres will not be affected since there are several musicians who will represent those that will
Domestic Violence in 'Tragedy of Lives
[The Herald]"A Tragedy of Lives: Women in Prison in Zimbabwe" (Weaver Press), published 11 years ago, is an important book for policy-makers and the general society. In this book, voices of former female prisoners resonate from different, sincere, valuable perspectives.The fact that the book has been reprinted twice, that is, in 2012 and this year, and is currently a literature set book for Advanced Level Paper 4 (Contemporary Literature-Post World War 2) for the period 2011-2016, attests to its demand and relevance i
Harare Municipality Needs Overhaul
[The Herald]EACH report on Harare City Council's operations clearly shows that there is an increasing need for a complete overhaul of the municipality's manner of doing business. In fact there is need for a whole shift of culture to service orientation. Residents are failing to access the three very basic services from the city authorities; waste management, water reticulation and road maintenance. We will not even go into other matters like the provision of street lighting and social amenities.
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