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2017-09-25 Mawarire Charged With Subverting Govt
[New Zimbabwe] PASTOR Evan Mawarire was Sunday afternoon charged with subverting a constitutional government before being locked up indefinitely, his lawyer told New Zimbabwe.

2017-09-25 Spreading Alarm Over Shortages a Criminal Offence - Minister
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's home affairs minister on Sunday threatened "renegades and malcontents" who he accused of spreading alarm and despondency by claiming there are shortages.

2017-09-24 Police Take Pastor Mawarire In For Questioning After Sermon
[News24Wire] Protest pastor Evan Mawarire has been taken in for questioning by police after posting a video to Facebook criticising Zimbabwe's worsening economic crisis, his #ThisFlag movement said on Sunday.

2017-09-25 We Are Watching You, U.S. Tells Zimbabwe
[Zimbabwe Standard] The United States has urged Zimbabwe to end arbitrary arrests and intimidation of political players as the country braces for the trial of prominent preacher Evan Mawarire for alleged treason.

2017-09-25 Banyana Banyana Are the 2017 Cosafa Cup Champions
[SAFA] 24 September 2017 - Banyana Banyana have been crowned champs of the 2017 COSAFA Women's Championship after defeating Zimbabwe on Sunday, 24 September 2017 at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo.

2017-09-25 Cotton Production Up 150% - Govt
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE'S cotton production increased 150 percent this year, largely driven by Government's free input support programme, according to official statistics.

2017-09-25 How is the Voter Registration Exercise Going?
[Zimbabwe Standard] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) last week rolled out the biometric voter registration (BVR) exercise that will see the body coming up with a new voters' roll by the end of the year.

2017-09-25 Panic Buying, Fuel Queues Resurface in Zimbabwe
[News24Wire] Fuel queues resurfaced in the Zimbabwe capital Harare on Saturday, for the first time in years, and there were reports of panic buying by shoppers fearing shortages.

2017-09-25 Has Zimbabwe's Ailing Economy Hit Rock Bottom?
[CAJ News] Harare -Zimbabwe's economic crisis is at its worst in years after panicking citizens horded commodities and left supermarket shelves empty in recent days. Alarmed buyers bought goods in bulk after unspecified reports of impending goods shortages in a country ravaged over the years by drought and cash shortages.

2017-09-25 SAFA President Congratulates Banyana Banyana
[SAFA] 24 September 2017 - SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan has congratulated Sasol Banyana Banyana for winning the COSAFA Women's Championship after beating Zimbabwe 2-1 in the final at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on Sunday, 24 September.

2017-09-25 Chombo Calls On Members to Register
[The Herald] Zanu -PF members have been urged to take part in the ongoing voter registration exercise in their numbers so that the ruling party is assured of victory even before national polls next year.

2017-09-25 Pakistan Seeks MPs Exchange Programmes
[The Herald] Pakistan has extended an invitation to the Parliament of Zimbabwe staff and legislators to take part in various training and exchange programmes it offers at the Parliamentary Institute in Islamabad, the country's capital.

2017-09-25 'Civil Servants to Get Bonuses'
[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has assured civil servants that they will be paid their annual bonuses for this year, despite the liquidity crunch.

2017-09-25 Icon Gold - New Condom for Youth
[The Herald] The Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has joined the fight against new HIV infections by launching a new condom that will be distributed for free countrywide.

2017-09-25 Govt Meets Chrome Buyers in China
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT dispatched a high powered delegation to China to meet ferrochrome and ferro-nickel buyers as it presses ahead with efforts of extracting real value from its minerals.

2017-09-25 Zesa to Pay Eskom 'Substantial' Sum - Mangudya
[The Herald] Zesa Holdings will pay South African power utility, Eskom, a substantial amount of money to reduce its debt and avoid being switched off, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya has said.

2017-09-25 Zanu-PF Stands By Palestine, Says Chombo
[The Herald] Palestinian political party, the Fateh Revolutionary Council, has urged the African Union to boycott the Israeli-Africa Summit set for the Togolese capital of Lome from October 23 to 27, saying if the countries, which constitute a third of the United Nations General Assembly attend, they will legitimise the Israeli "apartheid" government.

2017-09-25 Positive Economic Growth Pushes Up Demand for Foreign Currency
[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said the projected strong economic growth this year has increased the demand for foreign currency in the country.

2017-09-25 Council Responds to Goba
[The Herald] The Magistrates' Courts are not willing to pass deterrent sentences against pirate taxis and street vendors wreaking havoc in the city centre and have rendered some roads impassable, the Harare City Council charged yesterday.

2017-09-25 Ed Meets Afreximbank Chief
[The Herald] African Export Import Bank is set to establish a regional centre in Harare, a demonstration of confidence in the country's economy by the Cairo-headquartered continental financial institution.

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