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Nurses take HSB to task over grading anomaly
Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter There is chaos in the health services sector’s remuneration system, which has seen nurses being all lumped in grade D1, the entry grade for the civil service, despite their qualifications and experience. This means many senior nurses, deg...
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Anglican quartet dumps Kunonga
Dr KunongaFidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter Ex-communicated Bishop Dr Nolbert Kunonga’s alliance with his four henchmen has gone up in smoke after the quartet dumped the embattled cleric, accusing him of maliciously involving them in his Anglican Church pillaging orgy. Alfred...
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Dondo sings in Makepekepe’s corner
Thomson DondoSports Reporter FORMER Kiglon chief executive Thomson Dondo has thrown his weight behind CAPS United’s CAF Champions League adventure and will pay for 100 fans to watch the Green Machine in their showdown against Algerian giants USM Alger at the National Sports Stadi...
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NetOne provide One-fi for media
George ManyayaPetros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor LEADING mobile services network provider NetOne have once again proved they are key stakeholders for football by partnering the media to provide a Wi-Fi platform for local and visiting journalists, who will cover this afternoon’s...
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Harare crafts investment policy
Mrs Josephine NcubeInnocent Ruwende Senior ReporterHarare City Council has crafted an investment policy aimed at creating an enabling business environment and making Harare an attractive investment destination.The investment policy had been developed in response to the demands of...
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More scrutiny needed on study choices
Deputy Minister GandawaLeroy Dzenga Features WriterWith the changing times and shifts in technology, there is need to re-evaluate the importance of qualifications acquired in past years.Back in the day, it was acceptable for a person to enrol at a college to study or take up a ca...
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Zanu-PF raps Byo violence
Cde Khaya MoyoTendai Mugabe Senior Reporter Zanu-PF has condemned in strongest terms the violence that rocked its Bulawayo provincial offices on Sunday, saying disciplinary measures will be taken against the perpetrators. The party’s secretary for information and publicity Cde Si...
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