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Schumacher getting better, wife   - 5 Hours ago
THE wife of Michael Schumacher believes the former Formula One champion is getting better after emerging from his coma and being moved to a Swiss hospital last month, she told a German magazine. In her
  
    



Jagger denies he was Brazil's jinx   - 5 Hours ago
MICK Jagger is refusing to take the blame for Brazil's World Cup thrashing, despite being branded a jinx for the football teams he backs. The Rolling Stones frontman, who was pictured at the Mineirao
  
    




2014 Grant Khomo success for WP   - 5 Hours ago
DHL Western Province on Thursday took the honours as the unofficial champions at the Under-16 Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week for the third successive time as they registered a convincing 26-11 victory against
  
    



Zimbabwean doctors separate conjoined baby twins   - 5 Hours ago
A Zimbabwean nurse takes in her arms one of the conjoined twins after a successful separation surgery carried out by 50 medical staff at a local hospital in Harare, Zimbabwe, July 10, 2014. Zimbabwean
  
    



Commentary: Why join the Commonwealth?   - 5 Hours ago
By Sir Ronald Sanders The Institute of Commonwealth Studies at London University held a colloquium on Thursday July 10 on the subject of “Why join the Commonwealth?” I was invited to be a lead speaker.
  
    



SA cops say Zim ‘cannibal' may be killed   - 5 Hours ago
“I do not want to say this has never happened in South Africa before but something like this is very rare,” investigating officer Sergeant Mpumelelo Yengwa said during 35-year-old Andrew Chimboza's bail
  
    


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Mutuma declares war on Caps United   - 5 Hours ago
Will they be celebrating on Sunday? ... Roderick Mutuma with Murape Murape DYNAMOS’ returning forward Roderick Mutuma has declared war on Caps United ahead of the two clubs’ derby clash at the National
  
    



200 Ghana fans seek Brazil asylum   - 5 Hours ago
NEARLY 200 Ghana fans at the World Cup have requested asylum in a southern Brazilian city over the past week and officials see the count rising sharply, according to a state news agency. Federal police
  
    



IMF gives Chinamasa passing grade   - 6 Hours ago
THE economic crisis in Zimbabwe is deepening. The government has no money, most people have no work, an economy that rebounded until 2012 is barely ticking over, and consumer prices are falling as deflation
  
    


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Zisco 80pc closer to restart, minister   - 6 Hours ago
DEPUTY industry and commerce minister Chiratidzo Mabuwa told legislators Wednesday that ZISCO STEEL was now 80 percent prepared to start operations. ESSAR, a global steel player, had committed to revive
  
    



Disempowerment of blacks by blacks (Pt 3)   - 6 Hours ago
In this third instalment on disempowerment in Zimbabwe argues that there is no foreseeable turnaround in Zimbabwe, especially with a clueless and inept leadership, which is not capable of dealing with
  
    



Mnangagwa says Mugabe never said whites should not own land in Zimbabwe   - 7 Hours ago
Details Category: Stories Published on Thursday, 10 July 2014 22:37 Written by Charles Rukuni Hits: 52 Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said President Robert Mugabe never said
  
    


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Bob praises medics for historic twins Op   - 7 Hours ago
You (medical team) have done us real proud ... President Mugabe and wife Grace PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, who shuns local medical institutions preferring to be treated abroad, on Thursday, visited the
  
    



Civil society must speak truth unto power   - 7 Hours ago
DURING the recent 4th EU-Africa Summit which brought together more than 60 EU and African leaders, and a total of 90 delegations, to discuss the future of EU-Africa relations and reinforce links between
  
    



Why Tsvangirai must get out of the way   - 7 Hours ago
IN 2018 Zimbabweans go back to the polling booths to elect a new president and Parliament, and that is not far away at all. What is supposed to be a time for evaluating candidates’ qualities and government
  
    



4 elephants killed in fresh cyanide poisoning   - 5 Hours ago
Patrick Chitumba Senior Reporter FOUR elephants have died from fresh cyanide poisoning at Zambezi National Park raising fears that more game could be killed by poachers using the deadly chemical. Zimbabwe
  
    



Chikwanda appeals to Britain to relax economic sanctions against neighbouring Zimbabwe   - 6 Hours ago
FINANCE Minister Alexander Chikwanda has appealed to Britain to relax economic sanctions against neighbouring Zimbabwe as the continued action was also negatively affecting Zambia’s growth ambitions.
  
    



8 000 tonnes sugar bootleg seized   - 6 Hours ago
Manica Africa depot manager Mr Stephen Mupezeni (centre) explains to the police how 8 000 tonnes of brown sugar ended up at their Lochnivar depot in Harare. (Picture by William Mafunga) Freeman Razemba Crime
  
    



Enhance integration: Mujuru   - 6 Hours ago
Vice President Joice Mujuru addresses delegates during the official opening of the 4th ordinary session of the African Telecommunications Union conference of Plenipotentiaries in Harare yesterday. — (Picture
  
    



Good times roll for health sector• . . .President calls for unfreezing of posts   - 6 Hours ago
President Mugabe and the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe talk to the mother of the separated conjoined twins Agnes Mangoro (centre) while Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa, head of the
  
    



Milk production stabilises   - 6 Hours ago
Milk production has increased in Zimbabwe RAW milk production has continued to stabilise since 2009, despite poor funding, official figures have revealed. Figures released by the Dairy Association
  
    



Zimbabwe's Mugabe hails separation of conjoined twins   - 6 Hours ago
Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwe surgeons have successfully separated conjoined twin babies, a first for the country's down-at-heel health service and an achievement that has been hailed by President Robert Mugabe.
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New generation facilities ignite tourism industry   - 7 Hours ago
Many indigenous Zimbabweans have invested heavily in the industry and are beginning to reap the fruits. This has given birth to a new generation of hotels and lodges that have ignited the market at the
  
    



It’s a super Sunday   - 7 Hours ago
Bothwell Mahlengwe Sports Correspondent WE have a Super Sunday coming — the Harare Derby will serve as the starter and then the World Cup final, later in the night, will be served as the main dish and,
  
    



Shy boy who became Father Zimbabwe   - 7 Hours ago
THE founding father of Zimbabwe, Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nyongolo Nkomo died in Harare on July 1 after a long battle with prostate cancer and was buried at the national shrine on July 5, 1999. He was 82.
  
    
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