Road accident kills 16

Fourteen people died on the spot and two on admission to hospital, while 12 others were seriously injured in a road traffic accident involving a commuter omnibus early Monday morning near Bubi River along the Masvingo-Beitbridge highway.

 

Police spokesperson, Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi, confirmed that 14 people including the commuter bus driver died on the spot, while the  driver of the South African registered Hino truck died on admission at Beitbridge Hospital.

 
Minister denies asking for bribe

The Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development, Dr Obert Mpofu, has refuted allegations that he solicited for a US$10 million bribe from Lovemore Kurotwi.

 
'Peace key to development'

sekeramayi 18.05.12.pngZimbabweans have been called upon to unite, cherish and maintain the prevailing peaceful environment the country is enjoying as it was made possible by the gallant sons and daughters of the soil who fought for the liberation of the country.

 

Zanu PF Mat North endorses Amai Mugabe

Zanu PF Mat North endorses Amai Mugabe

The Zanu PF leadership in Matabeleland North Province says it is in full support of the decision by women to endorse the First Lady, Cde Grace Mugabe to lead the Women’s League.

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2014 Chimanimani Arts Festival launched

2014 Chimanimani Arts Festival launched

Preparations for the 14th edition of the Chimanimani Arts Festival launch got off to a good start particularly after the problems that dogged the event last year.

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Food crisis hits South Sudan

Food crisis hits South Sudan

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) says food crisis in South Sudan is the worst in the world, with the country on the threshold of a total famine if fighting continues.

 

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Wheat farmers cry for better price

Wheat farmers cry for better price

Some winter wheat farmers on the outskirts of Harare have expressed optimism of achieving a bumper harvest but also called on the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) to increase the buying price from US$460 t...

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Pharmaceutical industry faces viability constraints

Pharmaceutical industry faces viability constraints

The pharmaceutical industry is operating below capacity with claims that government is effectively protecting foreign manufacturers while local manufacturers are reeling under serious viability constr...

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Church speaks on moral decay

Church speaks on moral decay

The church has pledged its commitment to continue instilling good moral values that will help address the social challenges bedevilling the country.

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Brazil 2014: Who is going all the way?

Brazil 2014: Who is going all the way?

By Livingstone Banga

 

Round two of matches are currently underway and everything is going according to the initial analysis I made in “Will Africa light up”.

 

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DeMbare continues dominance over Caps

DeMbare continues dominance over Caps

Dynamos’ dominance over city rivals, Caps United continued this afternoon at the National Sports Stadium after the Glamour Boys came from a goal down at half-time to win 2-1 and close the gap on PSL l...

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Wadyajena vs ZIMRA case far from over

Wadyajena vs ZIMRA case far from over

Gokwe Nembudziya businessman Justice Mayor Wadyajena’s constitutional battle with the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) over the payment of US$3 million in alleged tax arrears is far from over.

 

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I want to pay tribute to this young man they call minister Mzembi, now the only surviving Tourism minister in Africa or in the world, so he says. He knows how much he still has. I assure him, I rate him as one of my best ministers. I never say this to my ministers, but he is forthright, full of brilliant ideas that he never keeps in his mind." - while receiving European Council tourism awards.

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