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This Week's Paper

Our Zimbabwean edition

Sep 14, 2018

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Sep 14, 2018

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Poachers have broken into Botswana’s p Read more...

10 Aug, 2018 at 01:58 PM

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02 Jul, 2018 at 09:26 AM

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DAR ES SALAAM - DIRECTIVES on online for Read more...

02 Jul, 2018 at 01:24 PM

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28 Mar, 2018 at 06:05 PM

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Gaborone – The Botswana government has Read more...

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18 Sep, 2018 at 11:50 AM

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18 Sep, 2018 at 11:49 AM

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18 Sep, 2018 at 11:47 AM

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Countries in the SADC region have identi Read more...

18 Sep, 2018 at 11:45 AM

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HARARE - TRAGEDY in Antananarivo, where Read more...

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Harare – Zimbabwe’s next parliament Read more...

03 Aug, 2018 at 12:57 PM

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Kenya captured six more titles on Sunday Read more...

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This past Saturday saw Andile Ramaphosa, Read more...

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What SADC states must do to prepare for El Nino
Climate and weather experts have called on SADC countries to brace up their risk management mechanisms as weathRead More...
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WHO warns of more people contracting cholera
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged the Zimbabwean government to address the cholera outbreak in the cRead More...
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SADC countries move to boost energy sector
Countries in the SADC region have identified the energy sector as pivotal in boosting their respective economiesRead More...
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Remembering SA liberation icon Steve 'Bantu' Biko
Johanesburg - On Friday, 14 September President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the Steve Biko Memorial lecture at theRead More...
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Tragedy in Madagascar overshadows tour of Southern Africa by World Cup stars
HARARE - TRAGEDY in Antananarivo, where one fan died and at least 40 others were injured in a stampede at the MaRead More...
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Zim gets better of Zambia in international tourney
Bilateral sporting relations between Zambia and Zimbabwe were enhanced a notch higher when a contingent of five Read More...
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Scott vincent making a pitch for stardom on the Asian tour
FIFTEEN years after Nick Price, the greatest Zimbabwean golfer of all-time, was inducted into the World Golf HalRead More...
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Youths spearhead marketing Africa's tourism
Youths from across the continent have taken steps to promote Africa as a tourist destination, in an effort aimedRead More...
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SADC countries move to boost energy sector
Countries in the SADC region have identified the energy sector as pivotal in boosting their respective economiesRead More...
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SA government intervenes to cushion fuel price hikes
Johannesburg - The government of South Africa has announced that it will this month mitigate the burden of unrelRead More...
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Zim eyes ITU
DURBAN - South Africa is rallying the global community to support the candidature of Zimbabwean telecommunicatioRead More...
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SA government intervenes to cushion fuel price hikes
Johannesburg - The government of South Africa has announced that it will this month mitigate the burden of unrelRead More...
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A RARE RHINO HORN HARVESTING EXPERIENCE
Most people might not know that rhino horn can be harvested and regrows at about 20 centimetres, annually. The rRead More...
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Listeriosis compounds hardships of struggling Namibians
The banning of South African cold meat products in the Namibian market following the outbreak of listeriosis in Read More...
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Listeriosis contained, says SA government
Johannesburg - The government of South Africa, through the Department of health, has announced that the listerioRead More...
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Demystifying erectile dysfunction in men
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a very sensitive subject, which many men find difficult to disclose. The condition Read More...
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Hope for Zim’s kidney patients as Government scraps fees
Patients with renal failure will be afforded an opportunity to access renal treatment following the move by goveRead More...
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Hope for Zim’s kidney patients as Government scraps fees
Patients with renal failure will be afforded an opportunity to access renal treatment following the move by goveRead More...
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Seed Co pins hope on Command Agriculture ....projects growth in regional markets
PAN-African seed company, Seed Co, anticipates increased demand for seed products under the broadened Command AgRead More...
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Extension services bearing fruit
Government’s efforts continue to bear fruit in the provision of agricultural extension services. The followingRead More...
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Farmer speaks on Conservation Agriculture
When Helvi Chihinga (38) was introduced to conservation agriculture, she contemplated on switching from conventiRead More...
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Climate adapted farming through Conservation Agriculture
The Namibian Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) is fostering the uptake of Conservation AgricultRead More...
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African states urged to preserve elephants
Elephants Neighbours Centre co-founder, Jim Justus Nyamu, has called upon African elephant range states to conseRead More...
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African states urged to preserve elephants
Elephants Neighbours Centre co-founder, Jim Justus Nyamu, has called upon African elephant range states to conseRead More...
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RETOSA faces closure due to non-committal member states
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is on the verge of losing its own marketing tourism body as thRead More...
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Foibe Kapofi: An epitome of hard work paying off …from casual worker to Onkoshi Camp manager
Onkoshi – Foibe Kapofi is the epitome of sheer determination, hard work and a success story of how a young womRead More...
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The making of Zim's Second Republic
Presidential frontrunner, Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu-PF is on record saying the 2018 harmonised elections will gRead More...
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CALM AFTER THE STORM...Peace prevails as army restores order in Harare
CALM returned on the streets of Harare on Thursday, a day after MDC Alliance protesters clashed with security agRead More...
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ZEC commends high voter turnout
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has applauded Zimbabweans for peaceful conduct and for voting in huge nuRead More...
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Chamisa confirms Mugabe backing
Zimbabwe’s MDC Alliance candidate Nelson Chamisa has confirmed working with former President Robert Mugabe in Read More...
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Till contract do us part....
What is the original function of marriage? Is it true that life fully lived, includes marriage? Is marriage partRead More...
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Namibian genocide victims’ remains are home. But Germany still has work to do
Human remains kept by German institutions, as part of their colonial loot, were repatriated to Namibia at the enRead More...
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Was Khama a prince among presidents?
Former Botswana President Ian Khama is well known for disregarding the established etiquette amongst Africa’s Read More...
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African water infrastructure growth slows while other sectors improve
African infrastructure development growth has slightly improved between 2016 and 2018.Read More...