• Schools expected to open first week of February 2022 .

    About 4.6-million pupils affected by Zimbabwe’s decision to keep schools closed Schools reopening is further delayed by three weeks to February 2022, depending on progress in limiting Covid-19 infection, as pronounced by Acting President Constantino Chiwenga last week extending the Level Two lockdown by a further two weeks. The school term, which had been set to open last week 10…

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  • Cop steals US$90 from dead person

    A POLICE officer based in Kuwadzana has been arrested after he stole US$90 from the pockets of a murdered person. Donald Chinenyanga (33) has since been arrested on charges of theft. He appeared before Harare magistrate Sharon Rakafa on Friday and was released on $10 000 bail. The State’s case is that on January 7 this year in the evening,…

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  • Mozambique: $47.09 million grant from African Development Fund for special agro-industrial processing zone

    The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group has approved a $47.09 million grant for the first phase of Mozambique’s Pemba-Lichinga Integrated Development Corridor, a Special Agro-Industrial Processing Zone. The grant, from the African Development Fund, will help improve agricultural productivity and agribusiness development in the Niassa province by advancing institutional capacity, skills, and entrepreneurship to spur agricultural…

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