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Delta Milayo Ndou It is not often that one gets to revisit a column they used to pen, it feels like trying to rekindle a love affair and feeling anxious about how the other person will respond to the conciliatory overtures. ...

Walter Mswazie in Masvingo THE Government has embarked on rehabilitating some irrigation schemes in Masvingo that have been earmarked for Command Agriculture in the coming summer season at an estimated cost of $150 000. ...

Roki Bruce Ndlovu, Sunday Life Correspondent IN 2012, Rockford Roki Josphats’ mother, a devout Apostolic sect member, recalled an encounter in the young would-be urban grooves star’s life when he was in school. ...

Winky D Yoliswa Dube, Sunday Life Reporter HIS high-octane performances will keep you on your feet with your eyes firmly fixed on him. ...

United refinaries CEO Busisa Moyo official launcehes Bakers inn promotion at the company premises in belmont on Friday. Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter WHILE most companies are closing down, retrenching or scaling down, bread manufacturer, Baker’s Inn, is on an expansion drive with a target to grow to 50 percent market share in the next 12 months and extend...

Ariel Sibanda Mehluli Sibanda, Senior Sports Reporter FOUR wins in a row, including a first ever triumph over Harare City at Rufaro Stadium has made the Highlanders family believe that their team can land the championship they last lifted in 2006. ...

President Mugabe Harare Bureau AFRICAN countries have intensified their push to get two permanent seats in the United Nations Security Council with the continent’s leaders exploring the option of pulling out of the UN if their demand for reform is not met, President Mugabe has said. ...

Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter TOURISM operators have urged the Government to extend the proposed designation of tourism economic zones to areas that are in dire need of investment and development. ...

  Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter ZIMBABWE, among other HIV and AIDS hit countries, is staring at a potential dilemma in accessing anti-retroviral drugs as indications are that the drug will be back on patent where it will cost more than $10 000 per year per patient as India will soon stop making generic ARV’s that are cheaper. ...

Professor Jonathan Moyo The vision of the National University of Science and Technology is: “To be a world-class centre of excellence in teaching, research, innovation and entrepreneurship for sustainable development.” As a science university, the words that stand out are research and innovation, which will ensure entrepreneurship to develop the country and the world...