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Thursday, November 14, 2019

President assures farmers- Command Agriculture remains key priority programme

President Mugabe Daniel Nemukuyu, Harare BureauPresident Mugabe has assured farmers and other stakeholders that Command Agriculture remains a key Government priority programme aimed at revitalising...

‘No repeat of 2008’. . . Measures in place to preserve Zim dollar value

The Chronicle Elita Chikwati, Harare Bureau Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube says authorities have instituted measures that will ensure that the local currency will...

President pledges to support Sable Chemicals with forex

Sable Chemicals general manager Mr Steve Ndoro stresses a point to President Mnangagwa while Vice President Chiwenga (right) and Minister of Industry, Commerce and...

Hijackers arrested, four cars recovered

The Chronicle Kudzai Chikiwa, Chronicle Reporter POLICE in Bulawayo have arrested two suspected carjackers and recovered four vehicles. Givemore Sibanda (34) of Lochview suburb and Handsome Mgcini Ndlovu...

Chamisa-led MDC-T faction cancels primaries as violence continues

Mr Nelson Chamisa Leonard Ncube in HwangeMDC-T led by Mr Nelson Chamisa yesterday failed to conduct primary elections in Hwange for the second time in...

Government gets equipment to interact with diasporans

The Chronicle Fidelis Munyoro, Harare BureauGovernment yesterday launched video conferencing equipment from the International Organisation of Migration that will facilitate interaction between Harare and Zimbabweans...

Food imports a shame: ED

The Chronicle Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau President Mnangagwa has called on farmers to embrace new technologies in farming to improve productivity and reduce the country’s dependence on...

Prostitute rapist jailed 16 years

The Chronicle Brenda Zinyuke, Court Reporter A MAN from Bulawayo who raped a prostitute after dragging her to a bushy area, only to fall asleep at the...

UPDATED: 47 killed in bus head-on. . .Death toll expected to rise

The Chronicle Harare BureauAt least 47 people died yesterday evening in an accident involving two buses that occurred at the 166-kilometre peg along the Harare-Mutare...

RDCs launch campaign in support for ED

Dr Killer Zivhu Pamela Shumba, Senior ReporterTHE Association of Rural District Councils (ARDC) led by Dr Killer Zivhu yesterday launched an election campaign to garner...
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