President back from E. Guinea

President Robert Mugabe has arrived back home from Equatorial Guinea, where he implored leaders from Africa to consider ways of mobilising resources to fund projects to be implemented under the Africa-Turkey parnership.

 

President Mugabe left for Harare late Friday afternoon soon after chairing the closing session and the Presidential round table debate at Sipopo Conference Centre in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, where the 2nd Africa-Turkey summit was held.

 
1 778 ZOU graduands capped

1 778 Zimbabwe Open University  graduands were conferred with doctorates, masters and first degrees by the President and Chancellor of the institution, Cde Robert Mugabe, at a colourful ceremony held at the City Sports Centre on Saturday morning.

 

 
Politburo meeting underway

The Zanu PF Politburo meeting is in session at the party headquarters in Harare.

 

 

President’s academic prowess honoured

President’s academic prowess honoured

President Robert Mugabe has been conferred with a special award as a scholar of the century by the African Council for Distance Education that has 51 countries.

 

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Zim import bill drops

Zim import bill drops

Zimbabwe’s import bill has dropped by 10 percent to US$2.9 billion on the back of limited disposable incomes and lack of capital for industry.

 

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New film explores juju in soccer

New film explores juju in soccer

A local theatre production house, Rooftop Promotions has produced a play titled ‘Juju Soccer,’ written by veteran script writer, Stephen Chifunyise.

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Presidential input scheme diversifies

Presidential input scheme diversifies

This year’s Presidential Well-wishers Agricultural Input Scheme has been broadened to include other crops in an effort to improve the country’s food security.

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HIV testing for Under 15s launched

HIV testing for Under 15s launched

The Ministry of Health and Child Care has introduced HIV and AIDS testing and counselling for children below the age of 15 to attain universal access, prevention, treatment and care services.

 

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Magaya stampede: Gas stove explosion alleged

Magaya stampede: Gas stove explosion alleged

The stampede that claimed 11 lives injuring 40 others at Prophet Walter Magaya’s PHD Ministries crusade was allegedly caused by a gas stove explosion, according to latest reports.

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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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Flame Lilly promoted into PSL

Flame Lilly promoted into PSL

Flame Lilly have gained promotion into the 2015 Premier Soccer League following a 2-nil victory over ZRP Football Club at Morris Depot on Saturday.

 

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Rapist soldier jailed 10 years

Rapist soldier jailed 10 years

The High Court has reversed the acquittal of a 31-year-old soldier over rape allegations and slapped him with a 10-year prison term after the state successfully appealed against his discharge.

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Paperless office through use of electronic signature

 Paperless office through use of electronic signature

By Noreen Sarai

 

Surprisingly  technology is ever bringing devices which we think will eliminate paper yet  some reports say that over the past 2 decades paper use, has increased by 20%.

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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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