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[Nyasa Times] Just as the old adage says the United Republic of Tanzania has shown it is a friend in need is a friend indeed by donating 200 metric tons of maize and a truck load of medical supplies on Friday to the people that have been affected by natural disaster caused by heavy rains in the sout...
 
[New Era] President Hage Geingob this week sat down with New Era Managing Editor Toivo Ndjebela at State House for an interview that touched on his four-year presidential journey so far, the country's public debt situation and leading the ruling party Swapo.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Kuwadzana East MP Charlton Hwende will have to face trial after a Harare Magistrate dismissed his application against arrest and placement on remand.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The police and magistrates' courts have with immediate effect, increased fines for criminal offences by 100 percent.
 
[Nyasa Times] Association of People with Albinism (APAM) Mchinji Chapter chairperson, Amidu Million says it is unfortunate to hear reports which are highly circulating of the belief that their bones can help politicians to win elections.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Labour federation the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU), has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration of following a policy of "workers' isolation."
 
[New Zimbabwe] State power utility, the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) is mulling a tariff hike, it has emerged.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE Harare City Council has ordered churches scattered across the city's residential areas to reduce their noise levels during their praise and worship sessions.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Businessman Wicknell Chivayo's freedom could turn out to be short-lived after the prosecution indicated it would lodge an appeal against his acquittal by High Court Judge Justice Owen Tagu.
 
[News24Wire] DA Gauteng youth leader, Pogiso Mthimunye is to lay assault charges on Saturday morning after allegedly being assaulted by "a group of people wearing ANC T-shirts" while attending an election town hall debate hosted by radio station Motsweding FM.
 
[Nyasa Times] Balaka Second Grade Magistrate Court has convicted and sentenced Aubrey Samuel, 18, to 10 years imprisonment with hard labour (IHL) for burglary and theft.
 
[Nyasa Times] Bishop Abraham Simama has helped the Northern Region Football Association (NRFA) with 2.5 million Kwacha to hold a bonanza involving top four teams in the Simama Premier League last season.
 
[The Herald] The Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has described the debacle which resulted in the Warriors being shut out of the National Sports Stadium on Thursday as unfortunate.
 
[The Herald] Harare magistrate Mrs Rumbidzai Mugwagwa yesterday dismissed MDC-Alliance legislator for Kuwadzana East Chalton Hwende's application for refusal of further remand saying the messages he sent on his Twitter account were meant to remove a constitutionally elected government through illega...
 
[The Herald] Government and the ruling Zanu PF have dismissed circulating reports alleging that some homeless victims of Cyclone Idai in Bikita were being ripped off through paying a daily levy for accommodation, by fellow villagers in the disaster prone district.
 
[The Herald] Government is revamping the country's education system to ensure it meets the country's economic development needs, President Mnangagwa has said.
 
[The Herald] The Anti-Corruption Special Unit (ACSU) is breathing fire over the acquittal of businessman Mr Wicknell Chivayo in the $5,6 million fraud charge involving Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC)'s Gwanda solar project and had by close of business yesterday commenced processes to note an appeal.
 
[The Herald] Cyclone Idai victims in Bikita look up to the heavens for respite as they ponder how disaster seems to only stalk them.
 
[The Herald] Commander -in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces President Mnangagwa has promoted three major-generals to the rank of Lieutenant-General and one Air Vice-Marshal to the rank of Air Marshal, as the four officers retire from active service.
 
[The Herald] YOUTH, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kirsty Coventry yesterday provided the perfect response to the unacceptable madness that saw our Warriors being barred from training at the National Sports Stadium on Thursday.
 
[The Herald] China yesterday donated US$800 000 to victims of Cyclone Idai which left over 139 people dead and destroyed property in Manicaland and parts of Masvingo.
 
[The Herald] WARRIORS midfielder Ovidy Karuru says they have a responsibility to win tomorrow's 2019 AFCON qualifier against Congo-Brazzaville to cheer the spirits of the people whose lives have been shattered by Cyclone Idai.
 
[The Herald] Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Lifestyle Writer
 
[The Herald] Last week Cyclone Idai battered Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique, leaving a trail of death and destruction of biblical proportions, with close to two million people affected by the tropical storm. In Zimbabwe, the death toll stood at 142, Malawi 57 while in Mozambique it is feared that u...
 
[The Herald] For 90 minutes tomorrow, 14 million Zimbabweans will hold their breath as the Warriors take their final shot at qualifying for this year's AFCON finals at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.
 
[The Herald] THE United Kingdom has committed US$23 million to assist victims of Cyclone Idai in Southern Africa, British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ms Melanie Robinson has said.
 
[The Herald] The US$241 million modernisation of Beitbridge Border Post is expected to boost the town's economic and infrastructure growth, President Mnangagwa has said.
 
[The Herald] CONGOLESE coach Valdo Finho has conceded the Red Devils' AFCON mission in Harare tomorrow has been complicated by the absence of injured star Thievy Bifouma.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A total of 700 families in Mashonaland East's Chikomba district had their homes destroyed by Cyclone Idai last weekend, following heavy rains and storms that pounded the area, officials have said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A Chiweshe man, Kudakwashe Chikukwa (age not provided), was this week sentenced to 18 years imprisonment for murder, after a misunderstanding over a puppy with a deceased drinking mate (whose name was not provided).
 

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