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Zambia’s foreign minister speaks on Mnangagwa remarks

By Political Correspondent ZAMBIA has said it is taking a “diplomatic look” at remarks made by President Emmerson Mnangagwa but
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Manicaland disaster: Bus had ‘no certificate of fitness … not roadworthy’

By Staff Reporter THE bus which caught fire Sunday night burning beyond recognition eight people did not have a certificate
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Built in 1905, iconic Victoria Falls bridge ‘remains structurally sound, safe’

By Staff Reporter THE company responsible for the management of the Victoria Falls Bridge between Zimbabwe and Zambia have said
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As debt arrears reach US$6.7 billion peak, Zimbabwe seeks global assistance

By Ava Thompson Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube confirmed the country’s escalating debt arrears reaching a peak of US$6.7 billion.
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UK: Man arrested over death of ‘much-loved’ Zim mum; fundraiser for ‘final goodbye’ raises £6,000

By UK Media SOCTLAND: A BANKING graduate has appeared in court charged with murder following the death of a ‘much-loved’
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Malawi’s vice president laid to rest; president calls for independent probe into his death

By Associated Press BLANTYRE: Malawi Vice President Saulos Chilima was laid to rest in his village south of the capital
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Zimbabwe police arrest opposition CCC leader and 80 people for holding political meetings

By Reuters HARARE: Zimbabwe police have arrested opposition leader Jameson Timba and 80 youths for holding a political meeting that
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Contango Holdings soars as it lands new investment deal for Zimbabwe project

By proactiveinvestors.co.uk LONDON: Contango Holdings shares soared in Monday’s early deals after it unveiled a new deal which promises to unlock
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SA party appeals for return of 400 Zimbabwean maths and science teachers

By The Citizen Gateway subjects refer to subjects such mathematics, physical science, economics, agricultural sciences, geography and accounting, which are
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UPDATED: 8 people burnt beyond recognition in Anglican bus fire; more than 50 injured

By Staff Reporter MUTARE: Eight people died, and dozens were injured when a bus carrying churchgoers caught fire on its
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