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Fidelity Hamilton 20h
The usually busy seke road especially during peak hours is empty a day after a 3 day
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Tinotenda Samukange 21h
ZANU PF youth leaders were allegedly behind acts of violence and arson, including the burning of a Zupco bus in on Monday during countrywide protests against fuel price increases, court papers showed.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
Mawarire, Chibaya arrested via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
Hundreds arrested in violent crackdown via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
Hundreds arrested in violent crackdown via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
Govt unleashes soldiers in civilian clothes via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
Zanu PF behind acts of violence: Court via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
Court frustrates lawyers representing Zanu PF youths via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 17
MDC denies hand in mayhem via
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 16
Zanu PF behind acts of violence: Court
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 16
We are not responsible for the mahyem: MDC
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 15
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
FC Platinum have put on a brave face as they confront one of the continent’s super powers and current Confederation of African Football (Caf) Champions League cup holders Esperance Tunis in a Group B clash of the same competition in Tunisia on Friday.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
FIVE people reportedly died while 24 others were injured as police clashed with protesters across the country yesterday as anger over the worsening economic crisis spilled onto the streets with business, warning government that “the house is burning.”
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
THE Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC) yesterday disclosed to Parliament that industry owed more than $600 million in pension arrears against a retirement fund value of $5 billion.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
The November 2018 Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) Advanced Level results were released yesterday, indicating a pass rate of 81,9%.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
ED spends US$25m on luxury jet
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
Malaba attacks Ncube’s austerity measures
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
ALROSA, the world leader in diamond production, yesterday announced it was launching operations in Zimbabwe.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Jan 14
HEALTH officials in Murewa have, for the second time in less than a month, called in the police to shut down a popular Johanne Marange apostolic sect shrine in the area following the death of four members, including the sect leader, from cholera.
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