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12 bus conductors nabbed for bribery

Hazel Marimbiza POLICE have arrested 12 bus conductors along the Beitbridge-Masvingo highway after they offered to bribe police officers so that they…

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Public must not bribe police: Kazembe

BRANDON JOSPHAT HOME Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe says citizens must stop paying bribes to police in order to curb corruption in the country….

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Deputy minister to spend weekend in custody

AGRICULTURE deputy minister Douglas Karoro  will spend the weekend behind bars after his arrest on allegations of stealing fertiliser and seed worth US$73…

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Measles kills 20 in Manicaland

THE measles outbreak in Manicaland has so far claimed 20 lives out of over 100 reported cases, prompting health workers to embark…

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We are still lagging behind on tollgates: Madiro

BRANDON JOSPHAT GOVERNMENT says they are still lagging behind on constructing modern tollgates that will accommodate more vehicles and ease congestion. Speaking…

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EU bemoans lack of progress in electoral reforms

Brandon Josphat josphatbl@dailynews.co.zw THE European Union (EU) has bemoaned an alleged lack of progress in implementing electoral reforms by the government ahead…

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Government settles fees for teachers’ kids

AUTHORITIES said yesterday that they had so far disbursed $2,68 billion towards the payment of school fees for teachers’ children. This had…

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