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Back-to-back meetings for President at COP27

Nduduzo Tshuma in Sharm-El Sheikh, Egypt PRESIDENT Mnangagwa today joins fellow world leaders in the two-day Sharm ...

Zimbabwean diplomats eager to speedily advance Brand Zimbabwe

Nqobile Bhebhe, Senior Business Reporter ZIMBABWEAN diplomats have expressed eagerness to speedily advance Brand ...

NRZ auctions disused wagons, obsolete material

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Reporter THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) will this week auction its disused wagons and ...

Tepid Bosso gift ZPC Kariba relegation safety

Innocent Kurira at Barbourfields Stadium Highlanders 1-1 ZPC Kariba ZPC KARIBA are as good as safe from relegation from ...

MSU produces first TV series

Angela Sibanda, Showbiz Reporter Midlands State University (MSU) has revealed that it is ready to launch its first-ever ...

Government sets budget for tertiary students’ start-ups

Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Matabeleland South Bureau Chief GOVERNMENT has called upon tertiary students to form start-ups ...

Working dogs to be deployed to combat poaching

Mthokozisi Ndlovu, Chronicle Correspondent CANINES for Africa, a non-profit driven organisation providing logistical ...

US$20 000 flash system project for Insiza school

Blessing Karubwa, Chronicle Reporter UNICEF has partnered with the Government to bankroll a US$20 000 flash-system ...

The Law of Preparation

PAINSTAKING preparation is the key to a great future. It is impossible to become prodigious without preparing to be ...

SFA champs a great effort to bring back squash competitiveness

Brandon Moyo, Sports Reporter THE Zimbabwe A men’s team is sitting in position three of Pool A in the Squash Federation ...

Midlands farmers receive inputs

Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau Chief FARMERS registered under the Government’s climate-proofed Pfumvudza/Intwasa ...

Local actor eyes Hollywood roles

Mbulelo Mpofu, Showbiz Reporter IF you are into local film and watch ZTN Prime on Mondays’ prime time, you have probably ...

‘Sanctions have opened our eyes’

Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau ILLEGAL economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West have taught the country ...

Mine shaft collapse kills gold panner

Tafadzwa Chibukwa, Chronicle Reporter A GOLD panner died after an illegal mine shaft in Bulawayo’s Woodville Park ...