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2015-05-26 Male Involvement Crucial to Prevent HIV Infection of Babies
[Key Correspondents] Preventing transmission of HIV from mothers to their babies is a huge global priority in the HIV response, but until recently the importance of involving men has not been recognised.

2015-05-26 Mugabe Not On 'Awful' List of Zim's Richest
[News24Wire] A list of Zimbabwe's 50 richest people circulating in the country is "garbage", Information Minister Jonathan Moyo said Monday, after his former deputy was included in the rankings.

2015-05-27 Tongaat to Increase Indigenous Suppliers
[The Herald] Sugar cane producer Tongaat Hullet is aiming for a 16,2 percent increase in active indigenous private farmers supplying it with sugar cane in Zimbabwe by the 2017/18 season.

2015-05-26 Vendors Union to Sue State for Torture of Its Members
[New Zimbabwe] NATIONAL Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (NAVUZ) says it is preparing to take legal action against the state for "torturing" and "denying" medical attention to their members who were arrested and detained by the police.

2015-05-26 NGO Says Govt Is Rigging Polls By Deliberately Underfunding ZEC
[New Zimbabwe] ELECTION Resource Centre (ERC) director Tawanda Chimhini has accused the state of attempting to rig current by-elections through denying the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) enough funds.

2015-05-26 Zanu-PF Fumes Over Paper's U.S $30 Million Debt Claim
[The Herald] ZANU-PF reacted angrily yesterday after a newspaper claimed President Mugabe owed businessman Ray Kaukonde $30 million. NewsDay, which is published by Alpha Media Holdings, claimed the President told the party's Politburo meeting in Harare last Thursday that they "must not be shocked that Kaukonde might drag him to court over the $30 million debt which he gave the First Family years back."

2015-05-26 Surprises Aplenty in Olympic Qualifiers
[CAF] This weekend's first leg matches of the second round of the African U-23 Championship Senegal 2015 were headlined by shocking and surprising results.

2015-05-27 U.S $74 000 Theft Case Civil, Rules High Court
[The Herald] A Harare mining engineer, Tawanda Sibanda, who was given a jail term of five years on theft allegations, breathed a sigh of relief after the High Court acquitted him on charges of stealing trust property worth $74 000.

2015-05-27 Showdown in Harare South . . . Consortium, Chiyangwa Square Off
[The Herald] A housing consortium that settled over 8 000 people at Odar Farm in Harare South, commonly known as Southlea Park, has resisted efforts by Mr Philip Chiyangwa's Pinnacle Property Holdings to demand compensation from it after Government returned the farm and two others to the property tycoon.

2015-05-27 Zim-Asset Vindicated
[The Herald] Fuel problems being experienced by Nigeria vindicate African Union chairman President Mugabe's calls on African countries to own, value add and export refined products, economists and political analysts said yesterday.

2015-05-27 Murisi in Art Exhibition Tomorrow
[The Herald] Chinhoyi University of Technology student Joseph Murisi will tomorrow exhibit some of his artistry at Herald House in the capital. His works comprises of 3D art, graphic design, installation drawings and graffiti.

2015-05-27 Government to Host Stakeholders Meeting
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is hosting a two-day multi-stakeholder national dialogue on the Post-2015 Development Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals aimed at building national consensus on the new development concept.

2015-05-26 Mash East Councils Blasted for Unrealistic Projects
[New Zimbabwe] THE Mashonaland East provincial administrator has slammed local authorities in the area for coming up with unrealistic development projects, which they later on fail to implement in light of the economic challenges the country faces.

2015-05-26 Hubby Drinks Poison After Wife Cheated On Him
[New Zimbabwe] A CHIPINGE man from Chidamoyo Village under Chief Garahwa drank poison in front of his eight year old son after he suspected that his wife was having an extra marital affair.

2015-05-26 Businessman Arrested for Faking Robbery
[New Zimbabwe] A WEDZA businessman has been remanded in custody after he stage-managed a robbery with the intention of converting over $7 000 from a savings club to his own use.

2015-05-26 Australia-Based Zii Unleashes 'This Is Afrika'
[New Zimbabwe] AUSTRALIA based ZII has partnered with Diafrix's very own MoMO (Comoros Islands), rising star Ceeko (South Africa), well known poet Tariro Mavondo (Zimbabwe) and South African award winner Sifaniso Bophela to produce a heartfelt dedication to Mama Africa called "This is AfriKa".

2015-05-26 Minister Udenge's Maid Steals Cosmetics
[The Herald] Energy and Power Development Minister Samuel Undenge's wife Letina has taken her maid, who had worked for only a week, to court accusing her of stealing property, including cosmetics, all worth $241.

2015-05-26 Police Defy Court Order
[The Herald] The police came under fire from Harare magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe last week for "flagrantly" disregarding a court order to release a suspect.

2015-05-26 Oliver Mtukudzi Makes Africa's Hot Top 20 Trends
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEAN superstar Oliver Mtukudzi has been named among the top 20 most interesting trends around Africa by the magazine DestinyConnect.

2015-05-26 Firm Completes U.S $5N Million Office Park
[The Herald] Mashonaland Holdings has successfully completed the construction of its $5 million office park in Belgravia and has managed to increase its land bank to 100 hectares of prime land.

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