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The fifth edition of the Carnival, dubbed “Mother of All Carnivals”, is set to be held from October 15th to 20th.
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Government has maintained that highway mining is illegal, adding that claim holders may be abusing their priviledges.
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The dream to turn the area around Nyakomba into a green belt began in 1996 with the construction of the first block, Block C, which became operational the following year.
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The ruling party’s manifesto indicates that the fight against corruption is a key part of its plans to transform Zimbabwe into a moderately prosperous economy by 2030.
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World leaders are agreed on that Africa is the new frontier; so what are Africans themselves doing about it?
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The following has been extracted from His Excellency President Emmerson D Mnangagwa’s interview with Bloomberg TV in New York, the United States on September 21, 2018
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Last week, in an interview with Bloomberg TV in New York, President Emmerson Mnangagwa hinted at the tough decisions that are coming ahead.
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Government has indicated that it will continue giving farmers free inputs over the next three years.
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Plans are currently underway to help farmers double soyabean yields from the current one to two metric tonnes per hectare.
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Government will give precedence to legislation that empowers it to lay foundations for a moderately prosperous economy by 2030.
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