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Unilever promotes hygiene in schools

Unilever Zimbabwe was saluted by Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Paul Mavima for its continued social corporate responsibility after it donated a borehole and refurbished toilets at Chizungu Primary School in Epworth last week. Speaking at the Global Hand-washing Day ceremony held at Chizungu Primary School in Harare, Honorable Paul Mavima commended the effort being made by Unilever ...

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Zimbabweans jeer as “unwell” Dave Emberton is cuffed and paraded for alleged shoplifting

In a country that has lost all dignity and respect of men and women that selflessly served the nation, former ZBC Television news anchor David Emberton who remains a darling of his community and fans was earlier today cuffed and paraded for an alleged shoplifting crime. Emberton who resides in Kamfinsa where he usually shops and commutes suffers from dementia ...

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The Crisis of Broncler “Bronco” in Zimbabwe

Violence and perfunctoriness is the order of the day. A highly contagious and deadly disease is on the loose. People are dying by the day; will a hero rise to save the city? The year is not 2035 and this is not a scene from a Hollywood sci-fi movie. Drugs are slowly transforming our youth into ‘zombies’ and if no ...

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Prepaid water in view of citizen participation

As a Harare resident, I am are totally against the move by the local authorities to impose prepaid water meters upon the citizenry of this country who are struggling to make ends meet. Our economy has been on a massive decline ever since the day the government chose to embrace neoliberal policies by the Bretton Woods institutions in the early ...

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Floods batter Harare’s forgotten streets

Heavy rains that swept through the country as the seasons turned have brought a brutal force in the capital which didn’t spare misery to all within its paths. The city officially recorded a flood today, with many cars, market stalks and low level businesses left drenched not only it heavenly wet substances but the rot that the forgotten sewer system ...

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Suspected Ebola patient responding to malaria treatment in Harare

Ministry of Health and Child Care director (epidemiology and disease control) Dr Portia Manangazira said, “The patient is responding well to malaria treatment; doctors at Wilkins are thinking of discharging her.” The Congolese student raised fears of an Ebola outbreak after exhibiting symptoms linked to the deadly disease. She first sought treatment at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals and was later ...

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