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Gold miners want international rates

HARARE – The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) yesterday called on the government to peg its new gold remuneration framework in line with prevailing international rates, saying that the new offer of a fixed US$45 per gramme will be difficult…

Govt warns Chamisa

GOVERNMENT yesterday said it is ready to thwart any unsanctioned dissent in the wake of threats by the country’s largest opposition political party — the MDC — to unleash crippling protests in a bid to push President Emmerson Mnangagwa out…

Hunger stalks Zimbabweans

THE government’s desperate efforts to feed millions of Zimbabweans who are staring starvation are encountering significant challenges, after the World Food Programme (WFP) warned yesterday that it could reduce its assistance if it fails to…

Chamisa backs Zanu PF youths

OPPOSITION MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, pictured, said he will put politics aside and join hands with other Zimbabweans, including suspended Zanu PF youth leaders, in the fight against corruption and cartels.

Donors build school in Mazowe

THE government has hailed the construction of Maori Primary School in Mazowe District, which was officially opened recently by Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage minister Kazembe Kazembe, as a shining example of the value of public-private…

Genius loses bail bid

BUSINESSMAN and socialite Genius Kadungure will languish in prison after he was denied bail yesterday because he had allegedly committed fraud while on remand for a similar offence.