Preserve unity, Zimbabweans urged

robert-mugabe-joshua-nkomo.jpgNewly appointed Vice President Phelekezela Mpoko says Zimbabweans have a duty to preserve and build on the legacy of unity and oneness among the people for national progress and stability.

In an exclusive interview with the ZBC News, Vice President Mpoko said the road towards unity was not a one day event but a process which began when the revolutionary parties Zanu PF and PF ZAPU were still waging the war of independence.

This was through the efforts of Cde Hebert Chitepo, Cde Jason Ziyaphapha Moyo, among others.

 
LASCH fraudsters in court

Zanu PF Youth League and LASCH Enterprises Private Limited joint venture officials arrested for duping 120 farmers of more than US$20 000 through a dubious inputs scheme have appeared in court facing fraud charges.

 
Floods displace Mutare families

Five families have since been relocated from ZIMTA area of Chikanga following a heavy down pour which occurred on Wednesday night in which a 6-year-old child died while more than 150 houses were affected.

 

President promotes 32 army officers

The Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe has promoted 32 senior army officers at a ceremony held at the army headquarters in Harare today.

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Govt to engage WB on debt

Govt to engage WB on debt

Government will engage the World Bank next year on how to tackle the country’s huge external debt of US$7.2 billion.

 

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ZCFU launches input scheme

ZCFU launches input scheme

The Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers Union (ZCFU) and a local seed manufacturer have begun the roll out of the inputs credit facility which is set to assist farmers acquire inputs at convenient terms.

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Mobile operators join Ebola campaign

Mobile operators join Ebola campaign

The country’s three mobile network operators have joined the rest of the continent in a short message service (SMS) resource mobilisation campaign that was launched by the African Union (AU) to raise ...

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Uproar over woman stripping touts

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Civic society organisations have called on law enforcement authorities to investigate and bring to book those involved in the sexual abuse of a woman at a commuter omnibus terminus in Harare yesterday...

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Saul wasn’t numero uno

Saul wasn’t numero uno

By Fanuel Viriri


SAUL Chaminuka had a feather put in his cap after he was named the 2014 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League coach of the Year last Friday for taking the Premiership campaign to the wire...

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No Unity Cup this year

No Unity Cup this year

The 2014 Unity Cup has been scrapped  after ZIFA failed to secure funding for a scheduled encounter pitting Zimbabwe’s Mighty Warriors and Tanzania.

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ZTA bemoans border delays

ZTA bemoans border delays

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has expressed displeasure at the delays being experienced at the Beitbridge border post, which it says has resulted in many tourists cancelling their trips to loca...

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Girlfriend murderer Zimondi jailed 18 years

Pritchard Zimondi has been sentenced to 18 years in prison after being convicted of murdering his former girlfriend, Monalisa Chinomona in April 2012.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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