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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Princess Diana ‘incarnate’ (4) in chillling narration

The Chronicle Kids say the funniest things, but for the last two years one young boy has been telling his parents something rather unsettling. According to...

Subdued Sadc food security situation in 2018/19 season

The Chronicle Kizito Sikuka A regional food security assessment indicates that southern Africa has a cereal deficit of more than 5.4 million tonnes this year following...

Government should curb child labour in gold mining

The Chronicle Raymond Jaravaza, Features Correspondent AFTER the death of his father last year, 16-year-old *Mqondisi Nxumalo left his family home in Ntabazinduna and headed to Filabusi...

Ex-banker crafts successful farming story

The Chronicle Joseph Katete It is almost unimaginable that bankers can turn into very successful farmers. There seems to be an unwritten code that makes bankers and...

Africa moves to unlock vast potential of its maritime economy

The Chronicle Admire NdhlovuThe recent global conference on the “blue economy” was a welcome development that provided an opportunity for Africa to unlock its potential...

Urgent action needed to stop heart diseases deaths

The Chronicle Kudzai Chikiwa When passing by a hospital, nothing good comes to her mind except flashbacks of her 10-month-old baby bidding her farewell after several...

Programme to improve disability awareness needs support

The Chronicle Pamenus Tuso Due to ancient cultural beliefs, some parents and relatives of physically challenged children in Zimbabwe sometimes confine their children indoors for fear...

Too hot to bite: Tsetse flies dwindle as temperatures rise in Zimbabwe

The Chronicle Andrew Mambondiyani Over the last decade, cattle farmers in the Zambezi Valley, in Zimbabwe’s Mashonaland West province, have noticed an odd thing. Tsetse flies, once...
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