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Bank digitalisation sees 260 workers retrenched

The Chronicle Pride Mahlangu, Business Reporter THE Zimbabwe Banks and Allied Workers’ Union (Zibawu) says over 260 workers in the financial sector have been retrenched in...

2019 in retrospect

The Chronicle Wayne Chiridza/Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Reporters THE year 2019 ended on Tuesday and there are many showbiz moments that are worth revisiting, either good or...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Constitutional Amendment Bill a progressive statute

The Chronicle The stage has been set for an amendment to the 2013 Constitution of Zimbabwe after the Government gazetted the Constitutional Amendment Bill of...

14-yr-old gangster arrested after shootout

The Chronicle Michell Zvanyanya, Chronicle Reporter POLICE in Gweru have arrested six more members of a machete-wielding gang following a bloody shootout, for allegedly killing an on-duty...

Machete gang chops miner . . . Police arrest notorious robbers

The Chronicle Freedom Mupanedemo, Midlands Bureau POLICE in Mvuma have launched a manhunt for a three-man machete-wielding gang who waylaid and chopped to death a local miner...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Swiftly fine-tune supply of subsidised roller meal

The Chronicle A removal of a subsidy on maize bought by commercial millers from the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) in November last year saw the price...

Mountain that breathes life into West Nicholson community

The Chronicle Raymond Jaravaza, Showbiz Correspondent THE sight of over 200 omakorokoza clad in an assortment of clothing, from torn jeans to mismatching overalls, hard at work...

Six senior players leave FC Platinum

The Chronicle Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter SIX senior FC Platinum players have parted ways with the Premiership champions ahead of the resumption of preparations for the...

Uefa president falls in love with Zimbabwe

The Chronicle Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Reporter  UNION of European Football Associations (UEFA) president Aleksander Ceferin yesterday described as unfortunate continued and unsubstantiated reports by international news organisations...

Mpilo resumes operations as doctors report for work

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter  MPILO Central Hospital will next week fully open its outpatient department as 75 percent of junior doctors who were on strike...
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