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UN & Zimbabwe Sign New Cooperation Framework

The government of Zimbabwe and United Nations have signed the 2022-2026 Zimbabwe United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework that will support the country’s efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The official signing and launch of the Zimbabwe United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2022-2026 was presided over by the Chief Secretary …

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Zimbabwe’s Older People: The Pandemic’s Silent Victims

Lunch is Angelica Chibiku’s favourite time. At 12pm she sits on her neatly made bed waiting for her meal at the Society of the Destitute Aged (Soda) home for older people in Highfield, a township in south-west Harare. Chibiku welcomes a helper into her room and cracks a few jokes. …

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Wheels Come Off Mwonzora Train

Rowdy MDC-T supporters yesterday violently disrupted a fellow party member who was addressing a Press conference in Harare to expose party leader Douglas Mwonzora’s alleged misuse of party funds, assaulted and forced him to abandon the event. Kudzanai Mashumba, believed to be one of the MDC-T founding members, had to …

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Mob Kills Man(45) After Foiled Robbery

By Mercy MungoriwoPolice are investigating a murder case in which a 45-year-old man was killed at Beitbridge District Hospital, Nhau has learnt. The man whose name is yet to be revealed was allegedly assaulted by a mob in a foiled robbery case. Through its Twitter handle @ Police Zimbabwe, the …

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Zambezi Gas & Coal To Double Production

Zambezi Gas and Coal Mine has purchased more mining equipment worth more than US$10 million in order to double their coal production, Indaba has learnt. Company operations director Engineer Menard Makota said the machinery was bought from BLC in South Africa at a cost of US$10,4 million. “We recently acquired …

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Business Community Urged To Utilise Walvis Bay

A Namibian delegation which visited Hwange recently implored the Zimbabwe business community to utilise the facility built at the Walvis Bay Corridor which will link Zimbabwe and other countries in the region. Addressing Hwange’s business community, local authorities and government officials, Director in the Namibian Ministry of Works and Transport, …

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