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EU launches trade negotiations with Zimbabwe

BRUSSELS – Today, in Mauritius, the EU started negotiations with five Eastern and Southern Africa partners (so-called ESA: Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles and Zimbabwe) to deepen the existing Economic Partnership Agreement. Given the positive results generated by the current agreement, now in its 8th year of implementation, the five countries have declared their readiness to move beyond trade in goods, towards a… Read More
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Command Agriculture was ‘opaque’, Ncube says as new model announced

New model … Finance Minister Ncube visiting the tobacco auction floors earlier this year HARARE – The government’s Command Agriculture programme was being used as a vehicle to siphon public funds by corrupt individuals and it needs major reform, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said on Monday. Ncube told a post-cabinet briefing that the programme was being implemented in an opaque… Read More
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Harvard University denies appointing Auxillia Mnangagwa its ambassador

‘The Global Health Catalyst is not affiliated with Harvard Medical School nor Harvard University’ Never happened … Harvard University says an institute that bestowed honour on Auxillia Mnangagwa not an affiliate JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Harvard University has denied appointing Zimbabwe’s first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa as an honorary health ambassador. It was widely reported last week that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s… Read More
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EU ambassador pokes Mnangagwa again: Don’t be scared of NGOs

President Emmerson Mnangagwa and EU envoy to Harare Timo Olkkonen PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has been urged to embrace civil society as partners in development rather than as enemies if he is to achieve his agenda 2030 of making Zimbabwe a middle-income economy. This was said by European Union ambassador to Zimbabwe Timo Olkkonen on Saturday while addressing  the National Association of… Read More
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Video of rural school in Muzarabani compared to ED’s rural Mansion & limo

2. Back home in Zimbabwe, this is a school in Muzarabani. This is how the rural areas which are the backbone of ZANUPF’s social base are living. ZANUPF elites travel in private jets, driving expensive cars & living in mansions through taxpayers. They simply don’t care! MAUSOLEUM pic.twitter.com/BNGZdewZjE — Hopewell Chin’ono (@daddyhope) September 14, 2019 Read More
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How America’s First Digitally Operated Reactor Could Push Nuclear Technology Forward

All nuclear plants in the U.S. have run on analog technology—until now. The Purdue University Reactor Number One (PUR-1) has officially transitioned from analog to digital. PUR-1 is tiny, with only enough power to run a toaster. That makes it a perfect test subject for running a plant digitally. The potential for the project includes greater communication for plants, and the ability… Read More
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Robot Helps Perform First Long-Distance Heart Surgery

 A surgeon in India performed the first remote heart operation on a patient 20 miles away. The procedure, known as percutaneous coronary intervention, can help to open blood vessels in patients with atherosclerosis. Innovations in telemedicine and robot-assisted surgery have widely benefited patients who previously lacked access to the healthcare system. A surgeon in India has successfully performed the first remote heart surgery on a patient… Read More
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