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Plight of the disabled.

WHEN Gladys Clopas of Ma-taga, Mberengwa, bore a mentally ill son, Milcah, in 1988, she thought the heavens had frowned upon her. But she never imagined that she would give birth to two more with the same condition.

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Of Chingwizi „troubled‟ camp: Let‟s not victimise the victim

By Golden Maunganidze It is natural that people who have been affected by a disaster deserve everyone’s help. Although people might want to look for the causes of the disaster…

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No to forced circumcision: Chief

By Tatenda Chitagu Chiefs‟ Council president, Chief Fortune Charumbira, says circumcision should be a voluntary exercise. This followed a case in which a Chiredzi man was charged with kidnapping after…

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Repair bridges to death

By Zupa presidium Rural children on their way to and from school are brushing shoulders with death every day due to the risky rural bridges they use. Most of these…

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Man in court for causing veld fires

By Khumbulani Mfisha AN Odzi man was hauled before the courts for allegedly causing a veld fire that destroyed houses and grazing land in the area recently. Talent Tunga (23)…

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Zesa blackouts continues

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Depressed workforce costs Zimbabwean economy $100mln annually – survey

By Own Correspondent: Freelance A large proportion of Zimbabwe‟s workforce is depressed and losing hope for a better future as economic hardships bite, with companies losing out as much as…

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DFID to spend £490,000 on small scale miners

By Own Correspondent: Freelance August 25, 2014 The United Kingdom‟s Department for International Development (DFID) has committed £490,000 to fund a study in support of the Chamber of Mines of…

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Zim street vendors to pay $1 a day State levy

By Business Daily Reporter It has been reported that the Zimbabwe government is planning to step up its revenue collection efforts with a crackdown on all informal traders.

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Harare municipality in drive to tap informal sector revenue

By Own Correspondent The Harare city council on Thursday began an aggressive 30-day registration drive for all informal traders, including newspaper vendors, as it bids to tap into the capital‟s…