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First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa Tendai Rupapa, Harare Bureau THOUSANDS of female members of the Zion Christian Church yesterday underwent cervical and breast cancer screening in Masvingo as part of a nationwide campaign steered by First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa. ...

Industry and Commerce Minister Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndlovu Dumisani Nsingo , Senior Business Reporter THE Government will consider directing cement manufacturers to put in place monitoring mechanisms with the view of taking stern measures against retailers selling the commodity at prohibitive prices and foreign currency. ...

Munyaradzi Musiiwa , Midlands Correspondent IN a bizarre incident, a Gweru prostitute was allegedly raped and murdered by her client before her body was dumped in a water drainage in a bushy area near Mkoba 5 high- density suburb. ...

Munyaradzi Musiiwa , Midlands Correspondent AN illegal gold panner from Zvishavane died after he was allegedly shot in the chest while trying to steal gold ore from a local mine shaft, police have confirmed. ...

Kuda Bwititi, Harare Bureau President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday invited India to increase its footprint in Zimbabwe’s health sector as the two countries continue to deepen political and economic ties. ...

Charleen Ndlovu, Sunday News Reporter A BULAWAYO lawyer who defrauded more than $400 000 from 41 clients within a period of two years was on Friday convicted of fraud. ...

Justice Selo Masole Nare Fairness Moyana, Hwange Correspondent THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission has started establishing Provincial Peace Committees after conducting awareness workshops in some parts of the country. ...

Advocate Jacob Mudenda Belinda Moyo, Sunday News Reporter THE Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob  Mudenda, has urged the Parliament to draw up realistic goals that will guarantee the successful design and implementation of the Institutional plan for the Ninth Parliament. ...

Sunday Mail Reporter GOVERNMENT will continue to subsidise farmers to ensure both national food security and sufficient feedstocks for local industries, which get 60 percent of their raw materials from the sector, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. ...

Cde Richard Moyo Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter THE ruling Zanu-PF party in Matabeleland North province will soon expel rogue elements that have started fanning factionalism within the party. ...