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Mbuya Nehanda’s statue: Relative approaches court

THE dispute over the construction of a statue of Mbuya Charwe, the spirit medium of Mbuya Nehanda, has escalated after a woman…

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Riverbed miner gets interim relief

HIGH Court judge Webster Chinamora has granted temporary relief to a local mining company, Angel Hill Mining Company (Angel Hill), which sought…
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I am innocent, says Adam Hartnack

INCARERATED Harare businessman Adam Hartnack has denied allegations that he swindled the government of over US$60 000 in a cloud seeding scam. …
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Zisco seeks new investors

DEFUNCT Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Zisco) is looking for new investors in a bid to revive the firm, which at its…
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Government keen to digitise rural schools

THE government says it is doing its level best to improve conditions in most rural schools through acquiring information technology gadgets (ICT)…

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Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, dies aged 99

The Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen’s “strength and stay” for 73 years, has died aged 99. A statement from Buckingham Palace on…
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Google v Oracle: Supreme Court declares Google's code copying fair

A decade-long battle over copied code in Google’s Android operating system has ended in the US Supreme Court. Oracle, another tech titan,…
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AstraZeneca: Is there a blood clot risk?

UNUSUAL blood clots in the brain have been detected in a handful of people after they were injected with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine….