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UK sanctions individuals for alleged corruption

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from SAVIOUS KWINIKa in Johannesburg, SAJOHANNESBURG – THE United Kingdom (UK) has slapped sanctions against five individuals allegedly involved in serious corruption in developing countries. Affected individuals Global Anti-Corruption sanctions regime are from Equatorial Guinea, Iraq, Venezuela and Zimbabwe. Zimbabwean Kudakwashe Tagwirei is accused of profiting from misappropriation of property when...

Calls for spectrum accessibility in Africa

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from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – REGULATORS, experts and other industry players are exploring a common stand on spectrum management to ensure consistent, affordable and equitable internet access in Sub Saharan Africa. Discussions have commenced during the sixth edition of the Sub Sahara Spectrum Management Conference. Participants believe achieving consensus on...

Zimbabwe on the cusp of global energy dominance

Partner of Centurion Law Group, Pan African energy lawyer NJ Ayuk, photo CAJ News Africa

from DANAI MWARUMBA in HarareHARARE – ENDOWED with vast coal deposits and the largest lithium deposits in Africa, Zimbabwe is earmarked to address power supply challenges in the region and contribute to the global energy transition. This has been a prevailing theme during a working visit to the Southern African country by the African...

Culture the next frontier of Zimbabwe’s tourism sector

Traditional Nambya and Tonga young women showcase artefacts

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - ZIMBABWE must tap into its rich and diverse cultural heritage if the country is to fulfill its vast tourism potential. This is the general feeling among stakeholders as the country’s cultural villages along the Zambezi basin remain untapped. The area, along the Zambezi...

BREAKING: Chief Tshovani has died

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Senior ReporterCHIREDZI - (Lowveld Post) - CHIEF Tshovani, born Hlaisi Mundau has succumbed to Covid 19 on Tuesday morning at Collin Saunders Hospital in Triangle. He was admitted at Chiredzi General Hospital where he was placed on oxygen before Tongaat Hulett Zimbabwe transferred him to Collin Saunders where he died. More...

Elephant population poses jumbo headache for Govt

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from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - ZIMBABWE is sitting on a ticking ecological time bomb as its national parks carry more than double the capacity of elephants. An international ban on the trade of the gigantic animals is aggravating matters and presenting a king-size headache to authorities. The elephant...

Jehovah’s warning against ruinous friendships

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAIT is always better and advisable to be alone than in ill company. While it is true every one of us needs friends, it only depends on the quality and calibre of these pals we choose to associate with. A majority of so-called friends are not genuine....

Germany contributes to hunger alleviation in Zimbabwe

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from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - GERMANY has provided €3 million (US$3,5 million) to support vulnerable communities struggling to meet their basic food needs amid the coronavirus pandemic in Zimbabwe. The funds have been made available through the German Federal Foreign Office to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). This...

Zimbabwe takes lead in COVID-19 vaccinations

Emmerson Mnangagwa

by MARCUS MUSHONGA HARARE - ZIMBABWE is excelling in an area where fellow African nations are failing – the acquisition of vaccines and inoculation of its citizens. This is a major breakthrough for a country whose health systems has been a source of ridicule in recent years after it succumbed to the decades-long economic...

Self-destructive South Africa its worst economic enemy

Looting spree in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Photo by AP

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – FOR a country on a desperate crusade to attract investment to resuscitate its ailing economy, South Africa has through the deadly violence sweeping through some parts of the nation thrown the spanners into its works. The unprecedented destruction of property and infrastructure as well as looting...