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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

‘Violence won’t revive economy’. . .President calls for calm and peace

The Chronicle Nduduzo Tshuma, Acting Deputy News EditorPRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has called for calm and peace in the country in the wake of terror attacks...

Zimbabwe an investment destination: ED

The Chronicle Mabasa Sasa in Moscow, RussiaPresident Mnangagwa has guaranteed the sanctity of private property, and has reassured foreign investors that they can repatriate their...

Bulawayo violence ‘hooligans’ appear in court

The Chronicle Auxilia Katongomara and Mashudu Netsianda, Court ReportersTWENTY-FIVE suspected hooligans who are alleged to be part of a mob that unleashed violence in Bulawayo,...

Rights commission to initiate inquiry into ID challenges

The Chronicle Kudzai Chikiwa, Chronicle ReporterTHE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has said it will initiate a national inquiry into challenges some people face in...

Gweru City blows $100k on workshop

The Chronicle Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau ChiefCASH strapped Gweru City Council has reportedly splashed over $100 000 on councillors and management’s travel and subsistence allowances...

Man in court for bashing wife over water

The Chronicle Michelle Gwizi, Chronicle ReporterA 30-YEAR-OLD man has appeared in court for allegedly assaulting his wife after she delayed bringing him water saying she...

Work on Ntabazinduna Teachers’ College starts

The Chronicle Kudzai Chikiwa, Chronicle ReporterTHE renovation of Ntabazinduna Vocational Training Centre to transform it into Matabeleland North province’s first teachers’ college has started with...

Government urges public transporters to ignore rowdy mobs

The Chronicle Harare BureauGOVERNMENT has urged public transport operators to continue ferrying people to their work stations and ignore rowdy mobs trying to cause chaos. Yesterday...

Civil servants distance selves from stay aways goons

The Chronicle Felex Share, Harare BureauCIVIL servants have said they are not part of criminal elements and opposition forces who went around a few cities,...

UPDATED: PRESIDENT TO MEET PUTIN. . .Two leaders expected to centre taks on ...

The Chronicle Mabasa Sasa in Moscow, RussiaPresident Emmerson Mnangagwa will today hold key talks with staunch ally President Vladimir Putin of Russia, with the two...
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