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Nandos Bulawayo Building Collapses

The front part of the Nando’s building in Bulawayo collapsed on Saturday afternoon (today). Four people were seriously injured. The building was renovated late last year. There are no heavy

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Met Dept warns of Tropical cyclone

Zimbabwe and other regional countries are on high alert for a tropical cyclone building up in the Mozambican Channel which is expected to cause flooding in parts of the country. Characterised

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End of road for corrupt traffic cops

Police investigators have been deployed countrywide to arrest corrupt officers, with some posing as ordinary commuters to monitor roadblocks. Officers who use excessive force such as unnecessarily detaining motorists on

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So how did Mugabe get away with it? Zimbabweans look to the Gambia with envy

“We need an Ecowas in southern Africa!” We need an ECOWAS in Southern Africa: neighbours who care and insist on the right thing being done on principle. #Gambia — Fadzayi

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Police get POS machines

POLICE have finally embraced plastic money transactions by introducing Point of Sale machines at selected police stations countrywide for payment of fines for traffic and other offences while the Zimbabwe

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RBZ, civil servants strike salary deal

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has agreed to allow civil servants a once-off $300 withdrawal of their salaries to minimise bank charges and transport costs. Civil servants’ representatives under the

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Govt moots motor vehicle policy• Move to pave way for investors • Ban on second-hand clothes lifted

Government is moving to address bottlenecks impeding investment in the motor industry by crafting a motor vehicle policy that will reorganise the sector. This comes amid reports that Government has

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CIVIL SERVICE BONUS LATEST: January pay dates out, crunch meeting for 13th cheques

THE Government does not have money to pay civil servants their bonuses yet, but will next week convene a crunch meeting to map the way forward. Public Service, Labour and

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‘Accidents at roadblocks worrisome’

Police have expressed concern over the recent spate of accidents occurring at roadblocks which have resulted in deaths and injuries of both police officers and members of the public. Although

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Potraz defends tariff hike, as Econet takes the lead

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has justified the new minimum charges for voice, data and bundled services as critical to halt down a spiral in revenues of the telecomms