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2016-06-29 Missing Activist Dzamara's Brother Seeks Court Permission to Protest
[The Herald] PATSON Dzamara and his fellow MDC-T activists have gone to the High Court seeking an order to stop the police from interfering with their anti-Government protest at Africa Unity Square.

2016-06-29 Tourism Minister Mzembi in Togo for UN Top Job Campaign
[The Herald] Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Dr Walter Mzembi, who is the Zimbabwe and SADC-endorsed candidate for the post of UNWTO Secretary General that falls vacant in 2017, delivered a personal letter from the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, His Excellency, Cde Robert Gabriel Mugabe to the Togolese Head of State, His Excellency President Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé during a meeting yesterday morning in the Presidential Palace in the Togolese capital, Lome.

2016-06-29 Civil Servants Reject Govt's U.S.$100 Salary Advance Offer
[The Herald] Felex Share -Civil servants' representatives yesterday said they were finalising consultations on the U.S.$100 advance payment offered by Government amid indications that the majority of workers had rejected the proposal.Government on Monday met civil servants' unions and offered them U.S.$100 for transport while they awaited their June salaries to be paid in a fortnight. The employer offered to pay the advance payment by Friday, but civil servants said they would give their position today after consulting their member

2016-06-29 Govt Will Take Over All Closed Companies - Minister
[New Zimbabwe] LOCAL government minister Saviour Kasukuwere has declared that government will take-over all closed companies, claiming the shutdowns were part of an orchestrated bid to sabotage the Zanu PF administration.

2016-06-29 'Limpopogate' Kingpins Challenge Remand
[The Herald] Former ZIFA chief executive Henrietta Rushwaya and her accomplices Edzai Kasinauyo and Nation Dube, accused of organising the "Limpopogate" match-fixing scandal, yesterday challenged further remand arguing that the dissolution of ZIFA by its president Dr Philip Chiyangwa clearly meant there was no complainant in their case.

2016-06-29 Chivi District Council Boss Donates to Albino Community
[The Herald] Chivi Rural District Council chairperson and Zimbabwe Amalgamated Housing Association (ZAHA) director-general Dr Killer Zivhu yesterday donated goods worth more than $6 000 to 1 500 people living with albinism in Harare.

2016-06-29 Bid to Stop Bill's Debate Flops
[The Herald] Attempts by MDC-T to derail the Local Government Laws Amendment Bill flopped yesterday after Parliament voted overwhelmingly to have the august House debate on the Bill.

2016-06-29 Authorities Get Tough On Illegal Imports
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (zimra) has threatened to seize cross border buses that transport goods banned under statutory instrument number 64 of 2016 into the country.

2016-06-29 Aces Soccer Academy Celebrates 15th Anniversary
[The Herald] ACES Youth Soccer Academy have celebrated their 15th anniversary with the building of a new block to accommodate more players as they seek to move a gear up in developing the next generation of the country's best footballers.

2016-06-29 Economic Transformation Congress Roars Into Life
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce Annual Congress kicks off today in Victoria Falls. The Annual Congress is running under the theme, "Economic transformation in a new normal economy: 'New challenges, New ideas" The Congress is expected to discuss how Zimbabwean businesses are adjusting to the transformation of the economy.Participants are expected to have an opportunity to take part and influence debates through question and answer sessions featured in the meeting's interactive round-tables and pan

2016-06-29 Minister 'Tyson' Kasukuwere Says Former VP Mujuru Not a Saint
[The Herald] Freeman Razemba -Zimbabwe People First leader Dr Joice Mujuru has skeletons in her cupboard among them diamond smuggling and must not pretend to be clean, Zanu-PF political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere has said. Cde Kasukuwere warned Dr Mujuru to stop boasting that she will not be arrested as she has cases of abuse of office and corruption allegations to answer for. He said that was the reason Dr Mujuru and members of her ZimPF party were ousted from the ruling Zanu-PF party.

2016-06-29 National Team Midfielder Chafa to Debut for Caps United
[The Herald] FORMER Warriors midfielder Devon Chafa's prolonged wait to make his Premiership debut with CAPS United could end this Sunday when the Green Machine host Hwange at the National Sports Stadium.

2016-06-29 National Railways to Retrench Scores
[The Herald] Bulawayo -Over 1 000 National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) workers are set to be retrenched after the completion of a forensic audit of the company, the board chairman Mr Larry Mavima said yesterday.

2016-06-29 Legacy of Colonial Education System
[The Herald] Several acts were then passed with the main purpose of limiting the education of Africans. At that time, the European settlers also believed that contact with Africans was to be carefully controlled, especially in education.

2016-06-29 Govt Sets Aside $52 Million for Cotton Farmers
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has set aside $52 million to support cotton farmers with inputs this farming season.

2016-06-29 Harare Land Barons Face Arrest
[The Herald] Land barons in Kuwadzana, Harare, face imminent arrest following moves by authorities to stop the wanton parcelling out of residential stands at Paddock Farm.

2016-06-29 Elusive Funding Threatens Beam
[The Herald] Funding for the Basic Education Assistance Module (BEAM) seems relegated to the bottom of the list, with schools owed $27 million in remittances since last year. Zimbabwe's constitution provides for basic education as a fundamental right. BEAM is a state-driven initiative to facilitate equal access to basic education.It covers fees for children who are orphaned, living with disability, in foster care under poor parents, on the streets, with chronically ill guardians or in child-headed households.

2016-06-29 High Court Nullifies Manyenyeni Resuspension
[The Herald] The High Court has nullified the second suspension of the Mayor of Harare, Councillor Bernanrd Manyenyeni.

2016-06-29 Industrial Base Has Been Destroyed, Industry Authorities Say
[The Herald] THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries says between 75 and 80 percent of the mid 90s industrial base has been destroyed. The country's biggest and most influential industrial lobby group said the hard reality has to be confronted to revive the economy, adding industry can recover 5-10 percent annually if corrective measures are taken.This entails, CZI noted, Government and private sector dialogue and consensus on, but not limited to, finality on implementation of indigenisation, concluding the land issue

2016-06-29 Solar Street Lights Batteries Theft Delays Installation
[The Herald] Continuous theft of solar lamp batteries had delayed the installation of solar lights along the Airport Road in Harare as we all as in the central business district (CBD), a council official has said.

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