President leaves for Vienna

president mugabe departs for singapore 02-07-12.pngPresident Robert Mugabe has left for Vienna, Austria for the second conference on landlocked developing countries to be held from Monday the 3rd to Thursday the 6th of November.


President Mugabe is accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and senior government officials.

 

 
President caps 1 063 at GZU

president mugabe hit graduation 15-12-11.pngChancellor of the Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) President Robert Mugabe has capped 1 063 students at the institution’s 8th graduation ceremony held in Masvingo on Friday.

 

 
Respect VP Mujuru: Gumbo

The Zanu PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Rugare Gumbo says Zimbabweans should give Vice President Dr Joice Mujuru the respect she rightfully deserves.

 

 

Jabulani Sibanda 'disowned'

Jabulani Sibanda 'disowned'

The founder members of the war veterans association have disowned the association’s leader Cde Jabulani Sibanda describing his actions and utterances as treasonous.

 

The founder members said Cde Siband...

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British trade delegation meets govt

The British trade delegation that is in the country to explore business opportunities says it has had fruitful, frank and open discussions with various government officials and will carry a positive m...

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Basket weaving exhibition opens

Basket weaving exhibition opens

The basket weaving exhibition which draws women from across the country’s provinces has opened at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Harare where works showcasing the rich use of colour, design and t...

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AU mourns Sata

AU mourns Sata

The African Union (AU) has sent a message of condolences to the First Family, the government and people of Zambia following the death of President Michael Sata in London on Tuesday.

 

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'Merge traditional, modern farming techniques'

A local agriculture think tank, Knowledge Transfer Africa (KTA) has urged small holder farmers to merge modern farming techniques with their traditional methods to move away from subsistence farming.

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Nurses applaud posts unfreeezing

Nurses applaud posts unfreeezing

Nurses and midwives who recently completed their nursing and midwifery courses at Harare Hospital have hailed government’s decision to unfreeze posts saying those in the nursing profession are now ass...

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Harare presents 2015 budget

Harare presents 2015 budget

The Harare City Council has presented a 2015 budget of US$272 million with the major highlight being the promise to allocate 40 percent to salaries and allowances while 60 percent will go towards serv...

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China, A one-party success story

China, A one-party success story

By Tapiwa Machemedze in Beijing, China

Modern day political discourse espouses that a multi-political party system is the foundation or benchmark of a democratic society hence many countries across the...

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PSL rapped over fair play

PSL rapped over fair play

The shortage of stadia has prevented the staging of matches at the same time heading into Week 28 of the Premier Soccer League.

 

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Hotel occupancy drops

Hotel occupancies have dropped by 2 percentage points to 40 percent in the 3 rd quarter nationally due to limited international air travel.

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Rude awakening for judge aspirant

 Rude awakening for judge aspirant

A former High Court Registrar and candidate in the ongoing public interviews for aspiring judges got a rude awakening after he was served a notice of appeal for review of his fraud trial proceedings d...

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Interview with Raphael Chikukwa: The Fearless Promoter of Zimbabwean Art

Interview with Raphael Chikukwa: The Fearless Promoter of Zimbabwean Art

In 2010, after ten years of independent curating, Raphael Chikukwa was appointed Chief Curator at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. Since the 1960s, the nation has been beset by economic struggles, in...

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

“If you are in a position, use the position you have effectively, not wanting to push others out. It’s wasting our time, we should be in the field working and as we go to congress, we are going to see how we can be effective in our practical programmes, not to see who you can push out,” at lunchen to mark 2nd Session of 8th Parliament of Zimbabwe

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