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2015-01-28 Making HIV an 'Undetectable' Virus
[MSF]The latest generation of HIV medical technology is making breakthroughs in care for HIV-positive patients, and in containing the epidemic in many African countries. The latest blood test, known as the viral load test, offers patients hope for a future free from the possible complications triggered by the virus. During 2013 Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) performed the test on around 30,000 patients in Zimbabwe.

2015-01-28 Wary Mugabe Recoils From Security Chiefs' Purge?
[New Zimbabwe]WITH two months having passed since President Robert Mugabe ruthlessly downgraded Zanu PF heavy weights for alleged mutinous conduct, Zimbabwe's wily political schemer has curiously baulked from extending a similar clean-up campaign to the country's security forces.

2015-01-28 Exercising Your Freedom of Speech Means Paranoia
[Waza]Jera is a Zimbabwean writer, journalist and blogger. In his first Wazablog, he describes the paranoia that comes with being a champion of freedom of speech, where freedom after speech is not always guaranteed.

2015-01-29 Govt Says Ready to Risk Fifa Ban
[New Zimbabwe]GOVERNMENT says it is better for it to interfere in the running of football and have Zimbabwe banned by Fifa than to watch the popular sport crumble down under the leadership of Cuthbert Dube.

2015-01-29 KG V1 to Be Renamed After Gen Tongo
[The Herald]Government has agreed to honour Zanla's military commander and liberation war hero General Josiah Magama Tongogara by renaming King George VI Barracks after him.

2015-01-29 Politburo Orders Mutasa Probe
[The Herald]The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday set up a six-member national disciplinary committee to immediately deliberate on the fate of former secretary for Administration Cde Didymus Mutasa who faces expulsion for utterances deemed to undermine the party and its leadership.

2015-01-29 Mutasa Lives to Fight Another Day
[New Zimbabwe]FORMER intelligence minister Didymus Mutasa lived to fight another day after President Robert Mugabe hastily threw him a lifeline before sneaking out to Ethiopia where is attending the African Union summit.

2015-01-29 President Arrives for AU Summit
[The Herald]Addis Ababa -PRESIDENT Mugabe arrived here yesterday evening to attend the 24th Ordinary Summit of the African Union General Assembly that opens at the African Union Headquarters here tomorrow.

2015-01-29 Soul Jah Love Divides SA Promoters
[The Herald]Zimdancehall artiste Soul Jah Love has ignited a cold war between South African Promoters Mhofu Promotions and Jimmy Jimalo after allegedly breaching a performance contract.

2015-01-28 Brainworks in U.S $20 Million Deal for Telecel Stake
[The Herald]Brainworks Capital Management is set to acquire a significant stake in Telecel Zimbabwe currently held by the Empowerment Corporation (EC) in a transaction which could end the protracted share wrangle in the indigenous investment vehicle.

2015-01-28 Mutasa Likely to Be Expelled As Politburo Meets, Says Kasukuwere
[New Zimbabwe]ZANU PF commissariat secretary Saviour Kasukuwere says he does not see the party's politburo rejecting recommendations for the expulsion of former Presidential Affairs Minister Didymus Mutasa.

2015-01-28 Zimpapers Journalists Tear Each Other Apart Over Shoddy Work
[New Zimbabwe]WHAT started as a light-hearted post on social media by Herald Political Reporter Tichaona Zindoga about an H-Metro bill board headlined 'Snake Swallows Two Rabbits' turned nasty when Zimpapers' reporters from the two sister publications turned nasty when tore into each other over previous stories.

2015-01-29 Jeys Marabini Eyes International Market
[New Zimbabwe]BULAWAYO based musician, Majahawodwa Ndlovu, popularly known by his stage name, Jeys Marabini, has set his sights on spreading his influence and growing his international fan base.

2015-01-29 Troops Mission in E/Guinea Illegal, MDC-T
[New Zimbabwe]MDC-T MPs have questioned government's decision to deploy military personnel to Equatorial Guinea for the Africa Cup of Nations saying it was unconstitutional and a waste of tax payer's money.

2015-01-29 Byo Publicity Assocition Falls On Hard Times
[New Zimbabwe]THE Bulawayo Publicity Association (BPA) is facing serious financial challenges, a development which has resulted in the organisation failing to effectively market the city as a tourist attraction.

2015-01-29 Cricketers Leave for WC
[The Herald]THE Zimbabwe national cricket team left Harare yesterday for their 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup adventure in Australia and New Zealand where they believe they will make a big impact.

2015-01-29 'Give Pupils Condoms'
[The Herald]Schoolchildren should be given contraceptives, the Government body charged with family planning said yesterday, in a move likely to torch a storm.

2015-01-29 Wise Words From Auntie - Masuku Speaks On Music Inheritance, Talent
[The Herald]Legendary singer Dorothy Masuku says "musicians are born" and this is the reason most children of popular artistes often fail to fit in their parents' shoes.

2015-01-29 Aussie Envoy Says No Regrets for Critical Views
[New Zimbabwe]OUT-GOING Australian Ambassador Matthew Neuhaus has said he does not regret leaving the country having challenged ZANU (PF) to conduct credible elections.

2015-01-29 Norton Police Stop Cleared Demo
[New Zimbabwe]POLICE in Norton Tuesday dispersed hundreds of residents who were demonstrating against poor service delivery and alleged corruption by senior council officers.

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