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Political analysts generally believe that a new government sets the tone of its rule in the first hundred days in office. Zimbabweans too have adopted a similar stance, where they scrutinise their government very closely in that short period.
Lupane, Zimbabwe Ticky Mletshwa, a 46-year-old small-scale farmer, has always done the same thing in his plot deep in the dry rural areas of Lupane, about 175 kilometres north of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second largest city. Here each year, with the
THE 150 000 tonnes of maize imported by Government from Zambia have started trickling in, Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation and Development Minister Dr Joseph Made has said. The grain was imported under a government-to-government arrangement
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) announced that results should be expected within five days. Newly appointed ZEC chairperson, Justice Rita Makarau said counting at most centres started at 7pm but could be delayed in areas where voting had
Police have already condoned off the area to stop illegal gold panning amid reports that a team of geologists from the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development has been to the area where it collected samples of the soils for further analysis.
Bulawayo The late Vice-President, John Nkomo, was deeply hurt and angered by the Gukurahundi massacres that left thousands of people dead in Matabeleland and Midlands provinces, his young brother has disclosed. Sam Nkomo (71) told The Standard what
THE US$2 billion coal and methane gas project expected to ease electricity woes in the country and create about 4 000 jobs, in the Gwayi area of Lupane will start next month. The joint venture project between Oldstone Investment and Shan Don Sunlight
The training of enumerators, which was suspended on Monday, was expected to start yesterday. At Girls High School in Harare, gates were locked with guards advising prospective enumerators to return home until further notice. Such was also the
A car belonging to the human rights activist Paul Chizuze, who has been missing for six months now, was spotted by a relative in the border town of Beitbridge four months after he disappeared, according to reports. South Africa's Cape Times newspaper
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