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2014-09-22 Govt to Scale Up Anti-Retroviral Therapy Services
[Key Correspondents]Zimbabwe's Ministry of Health and Child Care has announced plans to scale up anti-retroviral therapy services by the end of 2014, amid concerns over the current huge deficit.

2014-09-22 Beating the Virus - Community HIV Care in Zimbabwe
[MSF]Every month, six neighbors from the same village, all of them HIV-positive, and stable patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART) - the treatment that keeps the virus in check - take turns picking up medicine for the others.

2014-09-22 Mugabe Off to New York for UN General Assembly
[New Zimbabwe]PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe flew out to New York Saturday where he was set to join world leaders for the 69th session of the UN General Assembly.

2014-09-22 Beating the virus. Stories about HIV in Zimbabwe
[MSF]Lindani, ZA -Six neighbours from the same village, all of them HIV-positive and stable patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART) - the treatment that manages to keep the virus in check - take turns to go and pick up their medicines: every month, one of them goes to the hospital in everyone's name. This is the essence of the so-called Community ART Groups (CAG), a simple, inexpensive initiative benefiting both members of the group and health facilities, started by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in 2013 in T

2014-09-22 I Want to Join UFIC - Sulumani
[The Herald]Many gospel artistes received recognition at the Prophets Emmanuel and Ruth Makandiwa Invitational Concert and Awards Night held at the City Sports Centre over the weekend.

2014-09-22 Lawyer Seeks U.S$1,5 Million Damages From Newsday
[The Herald]Harare lawyer Mr Wilson Manase is demanding US$1,5 million from Alpha Media Holdings, the publishers of NewsDay, over an article claiming he was under criminal probe over the change of ownership of a farm.

2014-09-22 Medicines Quality Control Lab Gets WHO Nod
[New Zimbabwe]ZIMBABWEANS are set to gain access to better medicines after a quality control laboratory in Harare got the nod of approval from the World Health Organisation (WHO) last week.

2014-09-22 Zanu-PF to Probe 'Dirty Dozen'
[The Herald]Zanu-PF is investigating reports that some of its legislators and senior officials are holding secret meetings with United States Embassy officials and briefing them on classified internal discussions related to the party's succession politics.

2014-09-22 30 Zim, Namibian Pilots Honoured
[The Herald]Thirty Zimbabwean and Namibian pilots and technicians have been awarded certificates for successfully undergoing a week- long training exercise aimed at perfecting skills. The servicemen were honoured at a reception held for the Acting Commander of the Namibian Defence Forces, Air Vice Marshal Martin Pinehas, at Manyame Airbase on Friday.

2014-09-22 Resettled Farmers Have Done Us Proud
[The Herald]The land reform was an unavoidable necessity to redress the unfair land tenure laws drafted by the unrelenting Rhodesian colonial system.

2014-09-22 Mall of Zim Indigenisation Plan Approved
[The Herald]GOVERNMENT has approved the indigenisation plan for the $100 million Mall of Zimbabwe in what will give indigenous partners an initial 40 percent stake in the project.

2014-09-22 Cara, Mirza Lift Pan Pacific Open
[The Herald]Tokyo. -With the win, Mirza and Black have successfully defended their Tokyo Open title, which is a US$1 million event.

2014-09-22 Climate Summit - What Hope for Africa?
[The Herald]THE UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon will tomorrow convene a crucial global summit on climate change in New York at a time when climate risks are boiling, threatening to turn day into night for most of the developing world.

2014-09-22 Hwange Shoot Down Airmen
[The Herald]A FIRED-UP Hwange produced a blistering display to shoot down Chapungu in an entertaining Castle Lager Premier League match at the Colliery yesterday.

2014-09-22 Biti Misfires On Kariba - Experts
[The Herald]The adjustment made to the cost of constructing Kariba South hydro-electric power project from U.S $355 million to U.S $533 million reflects the full cost of the project management and implementation and no money went into the pockets of individuals, says a senior Government official.

2014-09-22 Mugomeri Wins OM Race
[The Herald]UNHERALDED Jacob Mugomeri won the third edition of the Old Mutual Westgate Half Marathon in Harare yesterday.

2014-09-22 President Invited to Open Parly
[The Herald]Parliament last Thursday approved a motion moved by Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Deputy Minister Fortune Chasi, to invite President Mugabe to officially open the Second Session of the Eight Parliament following its pending expiry next week. Deputy Minister Chasi said while the previous Constitution provided that the President officially open Parliament, it was prudent to maintain that convention despite it not being provided for in the current Constitution.

2014-09-22 Industry Targets 450 000t Cotton Lint
[The Herald]Zimbabwe will launch its Cotton-to-Clothing (C2C) Export Strategy at the 5th Clothing Indaba in Bulawayo next Friday which aims to increase production of cotton lint to 450 000 tonnes per year.

2014-09-22 Bashupi Goes Dancehall
[The Herald]Afro-pop musician Peace Ndlovu better known as BaShupi has dropped two zim dancehall singles "Hope"' and "Nzvee".

2014-09-22 Let's Not Be a Violent Audience
[The Herald]It was a buzz, but an organisational nightmare. I am talking about the much-hyped Kalado show.

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