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2017-04-24 'Parastatal Boss Denn Didn't Commit Suicide, He Was Murdered'
[The Herald] CMED (Pvt) Ltd board chairman and Nemchen (Pvt) Ltd managing director Mr Leslie John Denn, who was found dead with a bullet wound in his house in Borrowdale, Harare last year was shot from behind, a police officer has said.

2017-04-24 Knives Out for Ruling Party's Moyo
[The Herald] ZANU-PF Matabeleland North Province is working to censure Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo over allegations of, among others, working with under fire National Commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere in setting up parallel structures in the party to unseat President Mugabe.

2017-04-24 No More Bond Notes for Now - Central Bank Governor
[News24Wire] Are you hoping for respite from Zimbabwe's cash squeeze?

2017-04-24 Resettled Farmers Left High and Dry
[IRIN] Ten years ago, former bricklayer Samuel Musengi was allocated a nine-hectare plot to cultivate in Zimbabwe as part of an accelerated phase of land reform that saw tens of thousands of black families resettled on what were once vast, mostly white-owned commercial farms.

2017-04-24 Here's Why Zimbabwe Won't Adopt the Rand
[News24Wire] It doesn't matter how much sense it makes to ordinary Zimbabweans: Zimbabwe will not formally adopt the rand, the central bank governor says.

2017-04-24 Information Minister Mushohwe Launches Nine-Language News Bulletins
[The Herald] Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Dr Chris Mushohwe yesterday officially launched Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) television news bulletins for nine languages.

2017-04-24 Bakers Mull Bread Price Increase
[The Herald] BAKERS have hinted on an increase in the price of bread and other flour products following a rise in the prices of bread flour of between 10-25 percent as a result of nostro liquidity challenges.

2017-04-24 VP Mphoko Defends Ruling Party Commissar Kasukuwere
[The Herald] VICE President Phelekezela Mphoko yesterday said people pushing for the ouster of zanu-pf national political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere were loyalists of war veterans leader Mr Christopher Mutsvangwa with an agenda to replace him with their person.

2017-04-24 Errant Teachers to Lose Certificates
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is crafting a new law to compel colleges and universities to withdraw certificates of errant teachers and lecturers who sexually abuse pupils and students in return for higher grades.

2017-04-24 Ruling Party's Matebeleland North Province Backs Kasukuwere Ouster
[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF Matabeleland North provincial leadership met in Lupane Sunday and endorsed the countrywide campaign to oust the party's national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, while also hinting a similar campaign against his cronies in the province.

2017-04-24 South Africa's Ritchie Wins Golf Open
[The Herald] SOUTH AFRICAN golfers continued to dominate the Zimbabwe Golf Open when JC Ritchie emerged from the shadows to win this year's edition on the second play-off hole in a dramatic duel against Trevor Fisher Jnr at Royal Harare Golf Club.

2017-04-24 Bogus Estate Agent Jailed
[The Herald] Conning accommodation seekers has landed a bogus female estate agent in prison for the next two years.

2017-04-24 State-Owed Power Supply Firm Eyes U.S.$40 Million From Ferrochrome Producers
[The Herald] POWER utility Zesa Holdings intends to raise as much as $40 million from ferrochrome producers as prepayment for electricity to cushion it from liquidity challenges.

2017-04-24 Return Home, Zimbabwe Tells Rwandan Refugees
[New Times] Harare -Zimbabwe will repatriate hundreds of Rwandan nationals staying in the southern African country as refugees in compliance with the Cessation Clause which has certified Rwanda as safe for them to return.

2017-04-24 Shabanie's Barren Spell Persists
[The Herald] SHABANIE Mine's woes in front of goal at Maglas continued yesterday when the wasteful asbestos miners played out a goalless draw against Harare City.

2017-04-24 Giving Up On American Slave Literature for Now
[The Herald] For quite some time I have been obsessed with literature by black writers. At one point I restricted it specifically to African authors and consumed the works of the Kenyan author Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Ghana's Taiye Selasi and Zimbabwe's Petina Gappah among many others.

2017-04-24 Central Bank Receives 400 Money Laundering Cases
[The Herald] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe received over 400 cases of suspicious transactions linked to money laundering in the financial services sector in the second half of last year.

2017-04-24 Agricultural and Marketing Authority Role Under Spotlight
[The Herald] THE regulatory role of the Agricultural and Marketing Authority has come under spotlight ahead of the start of the cotton marketing season, amid revelations that some private companies are already making manoeuvres to entice farmers into side marketing.

2017-04-24 Gallery to Host Design Exhibition
[The Herald] At the Gallery The National Gallery of Zimbabwe is set to host the Zimbabwe -In design exhibition for the fourth time in a row.

2017-04-24 Nurses Lose Cash to Fraudsters
[The Herald] Scores of nurses in and around Harare have lost their hard earned cash in the past weeks to fake employment agents after being promised lucrative salaries and other benefits, The Herald has learned.

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