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Harare Bureau SEVERAL Chinese investors are lining up projects under Special Economic Zones (SEZ) while Zimbabwe has started to reap rewards from the US$60 billion fund under the Forum on China-Africa Corporation (Focac), as economic co-operation between Harare and Beijing is expected to soar in 2017. ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter MPOPOMA High School in Bulawayo continues to assert itself as one of the top A-level schools, not only in the city but across the country, posting impressive results each year. ...

Nozibelo Maphosa, Sunday News Reporter AT least 56 people have died so far from drowning and lightning strikes while 12 have been injured throughout the country as a result of rainfall incidents. ...

Former Inyathi Students Association (Fisa) member Ndumiso Gumede (second from left) marvels at a bus that was donated by the parents and Fisa during the hand over ceremony at the Bulawayo City Hall car park yesterday. On the right is the SDC chairman Mr Shadreck Ncube and the school head Mr Nkululeko Zidla (second fom right). (Picture by Nkosizile Ndlovu) Roberta Katunga,...

John Mangudya Harare Bureau THE much awaited $5 bond note denomination is set to be released into circulation by March this year, with indications the number of Point of Sale (POS) machines has soared to 30 000 from 9 000 in the past few months, as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) continues to ramp-up efforts to ease cash shortages. ...

Harare Bureau GOVERNMENT and civil servants’ representatives are this week scheduled to resume their crunch meetings over payment of 2016 bonuses with the employees saying they will make a fresh demand for the employer to peg specific dates for the release of the 13th cheque. ...

Members of the Defence Forces carry the casket of the late Cde Peter Chanetsa to its final resting place at the National Heroes Acre yesterday. Harare Bureau Zimbabwe takes pride in its successful land reform story, and it is through cadres like Cde Peter Chanetsa that the country has made the programme irreversible, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Sunday News Reporter THE Meteorological Service Department has forecasted continued rainfall activity in most parts of the country in the coming week, with the exception of the southern region amid warnings of flash floods in low lying areas. ...

Farai Moses Chitsa Temba Dube, Sunday News Reporter A FIVE-MAN gang allegedly carjacked a pirate taxi driver, axed him and left him for dead before using his vehicle to rob an illegal money changer of more than R75 000 in assorted currencies. ...

Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Sunday News Senior Reporter THE Government has said the majority of schools in the country are less likely to increase school fees for the first term which begins next week as it has not received any application for the 2017 fees review yet. ...