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    Govt blames a river for causing Skyline-Chimanimani highway accident (PICTURES)

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda A MOTORIST died on the spot yesterday when the Skyline – Chimanimani highway gave in and almost swallowed the Honda Fit vehicle as driving in. The road collapse happened just after Charter Bridge. While some Zimbabweans blame poor workmanship and use of substandard materials for road construction, Government says the fault lies with a nearby river. In…

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    Thieves create fake WhatsApp cyclone alers, then loot deserted villages

    WHEN tropical storm Chalane threatened Zimbabwe weeks ago, government authorities and aid agencies sprang into action, having learned lessons from the destruction and loss of life caused by cyclones in 2019. As authorities sent alert messages to villagers ahead of the cyclone, some enterprising thieves created fake WhatsApp messages of danger for villagers to hurriedly leave their homes, grocery shops…

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  • Health

    Minister challenged all citizens to maintain clean environment

    GOVERNMENT has challenged communities to continue participating in the national clean-up campaign to safeguard the environment while also maintaining hygiene as the country battles the Covid-19 pandemic.Speaking at a national clean-up campaign this Friday in Chimanimani, Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Honourable Mangaliso Ndlovu said it is imperative for the nation to continue with the noble initiative especially…

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