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THE ENTIRE BURKINA FASO GOVERNMENT RESIGNS

Bill Gates Dirty Tricks in Burkina Faso and Nigeria, by Sussy Vozniak, reporter for Intelicor Press, Vienna.

Paris: Secret documents leaked on the fiasco in Burkina Faso expose troubling information on the undercover activities of the American Multi-Billionaire Bill Gates in the small African nation and across the region. Intelicor veterans in Paris express unease as the Burkinabe government led by Prime Minister Paul Kaba Thieba resigned

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-46930537

A leading Intelicor veteran thinks that the reason why President Roch Marc Christian Kabore demanded the resignation of the Prime Minister is related to the matter of the proposed release of genetically modified (GMO) mosquitoes in Burkina Faso under the sponsorship of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The story began in January 2018, when Bill Gates pledged USD $45 million to the health initiative in Burkina Faso. Some felt that the funds were a decoy to cover bribery to top government officials for allowing the program to release the GMO mosquitoes in Burkina Faso. The GMO mosquitoes were programmed at Imperial College London under a grant from Bill Gates to sterilize natural mosquitoes and humans across the African continent over time

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/researchers-to-release-genetically-engineered-mosquitoes-in-africa-for-first-time/

The terrifying news of the secret project for Human Sterilization of Africans with GMO mosquitoes alarmed African leaders, who quickly came down hard on President Kabore forcing him to act. Similar teams are working in Mali and Uganda. The homing endonuclease gene (HEG) that sterilizes the female mosquitoes also could be passed through saliva to humans during bites and the human in turn could pass it on through sexual in*******se to another human, in a cascade that could have the entire Black Continent exterminated before anything could be done
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ED intercedes for love, peace and unity
22 OCT, 2019 - 00:10 0 COMMENTS
ED intercedes for love, peace and unity
President Mnangagwa, First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa, Vice President Kembo Mohadi, Bishop Veronica Kwati (far left) and Dr Lucky Mutanda (right) pray during the National Day of Prayer launch at State House yesterday.— Picture: John Manzongo
Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter

President Mnangagwa yesterday adjourned a rescheduled Cabinet meeting to attend the launch of the National Day of Prayer at State House where he urged churches to pray for peace and unity.

Most Cabinet ministers also attended the launch of the National Day of Prayer, which is the brainchild of First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa.

Over 300 denominations were represented at the launch that was attended by over 1 000 people.

“We have gathered here at State House not to celebrate the First Family, but to pray to God about the challenges we are facing because He is the only one who can solve them. When I was inaugurated as President last year, I preached for there to be peace, love, unity and harmony in the country and that is what I still preach today when I get the chance,” said President Mnangagwa.

“We want peace, love, harmony and a united country. We should not discriminate against each other. I also know that these are the virtues that are also promoted by the Church.”

The President said Government would adhere to the dictates of the Constitution that guarantees freedom of religion.

He said churches have their right to worship freely and Government respects that provision because if a nation follows Jesus Christ’s teachings, there will be no killing of each other and damaging other people’s property.

President Mnangagwa said God was the one who appointed leaders, and the leaders should know that the people they lead belong to God.

“However, God does not come to directly appoint individuals as leaders but appoints them through the people.

“We have different races across the world and each one of them was given their own country and resources. However, we have other nations that are not satisfied with what God gave them and want to find benefit from other nations’ resources.

“This is how conflicts happen between nations; that is why we always pray that each nation benefits from its resources,” said President Mnangagwa.

Turning to the issue of political dialogue, the President reiterated his position that he was open to talking to anyone through the Political Actors Dialogue Forum (POLAD).

“We have our dialogue as political parties at this place and my arms are stretched to say every political party should come and we build our nation. We are all Zimbabweans, we might get assistance from other nations but we all remain Zimbabweans.

“So as churches, pray for there to be peace and harmony in the country,” he said.

President Mnangagwa saluted the churches for organising the National Day of Prayer.

“I have been at this place since 1980 and I want to tell you that such a thing has not happened before,” he said.

He added that the church was free to organise regular prayer meetings at State House whenever they needed.

Meanwhile, President Mnangagwa introduced the Cabinet members to the congregants that attended yesterday’s prayer meeting.

There were also banners on display at the event promoting the Government’s devolution policy.

The banners highlighted the various natural resources found in each of the country’s 10 provinces that could be exploited for the benefit of the respective communities.
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Friday public holiday
22 OCT, 2019 - 00:10 0 COMMENTS
Friday public holiday
Minister Murwira
Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter

Government has declared Friday, October 25, a public holiday to allow people to attend the Sadc-initiated regional day of solidarity against sanctions on Zimbabwe, whose main event is slated for the National Sports Stadium in Harare.

This follows a decision by the Sadc summit held in Tanzania in August this year to set the day aside for solidarity marches across the region to denounce illegal sanctions imposed by the United States (US) and the European Union (EU).

The public holiday was announced last night by Acting Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Professor Amon Murwira while addressing journalists on the 37th Cabinet decision matrix yesterday.

“Cabinet received an update on the Friday October 25, 2019 SADC Anti-Sanctions Day from Honourable Vice President Kembo Mohadi. The marchers are expected to assemble at Robert Mugabe Square by 6am, from where they will proceed to the National Sports Stadium at 8am. Highlights of events scheduled to take place at the National Sports Stadium will include entertainment; solidarity messages by various national and international presenters; presentation of research findings on the background and impact of the illegal sanctions; a soccer match between Dynamos and Highlanders football clubs; and the anti-sanctions gala to run from 6pm on the same day till the following morning,” said Minister Murwira, who is also Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister.

“Similar activities are expected to take place in various provincial and district centres throughout the country. To further amplify the importance of this day to the economic emancipation and well-being of Zimbabwe, Friday October 25, 2019 shall be declared an official public holiday.

“The general public will be advised of more details of logistical arrangements in the build-up to the occasion. We, therefore, wish to appeal to all Zimbabweans across the board to come in their numbers and to actively participate towards the success of this grand and noble initiative.”
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Cabinet receives 2020 Budget Strategy Paper
22 OCT, 2019 - 00:10 0 COMMENTS
Cabinet receives 2020 Budget Strategy Paper
Prof Ncube
Africa Moyo Deputy News Editor

Cabinet yesterday received the 2020 proposed Budget Strategy Paper that was presented by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube.

This was said by Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Amon Murwira while briefing journalists in Harare after yesterday’s Cabinet meeting.

He was representing Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa.

“Cabinet received the 2020 proposed Budget Strategy Paper as presented by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development,” he said.

“The Minister (Prof Ncube)’s presentation took note of the ongoing reforms which are premised on the 2019 national Budget theme — Austerity for Prosperity as outlined in the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP).

“Notable milestones in this regard include fiscal consolidation, monetary policy restoration, liberalisation of the foreign exchange market, re-engagement and a number of governance and structural reforms aimed at improving the business environment and to support the productive sectors.”

Prof Murwira said the reforms present a “firm pedestal” for the rebound of the country’s economy from next year and beyond. The 2020 Budget Strategy Paper is premised on the understanding that the austerity phase of the reforms will be over by the end of the year, thereby ushering in the era of economic growth and productivity.

Prof Murwira said the Strategy Paper took note of the fact that this year, the economy faced “severe exogenous shocks” arising from the El Nino-induced drought and Cyclone Idai, which constrained agricultural activities and electricity generation, bringing about general under-performance of the economy.

Government projects the economy to grow by 4,6 percent next year.

Further, price increases which currently present a major challenge are expected to stabilise on the back of continued implementation of fiscal and monetary reforms, supported by structural and supply side measures.

Prof Murwira said the 2020 National Budget will seek to consolidate the macro-fiscal stabilisation gains secured in 2019.

“However, the strategic focus of the Budget thrust will now be anchored on the following objectives: growth and productivity; job creation; competitiveness; and promotion of more sustained and shared development.

“Also of importance is the need for a more comprehensive and well-coordinated approach to the implementation of the country’s debt arrears clearance programme,” said Prof Murwira. He added that going forward, Government’s borrowing programme shall be coordinated in order to align the country’s re-engagement to the international financial institutions’ lending policies.

“In this regard, completion of the Staff Monitored Programme will be accorded top priority,” said Prof Murwira.

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Journeying towards Vision 2030 agriculturally 23/04/2022

Journeying towards Vision 2030 agriculturally

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https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/journeying-towards-vision-2030-agriculturally
Journeying towards Vision 2030 agriculturally
24 Apr, 2022 - 00:04
Part 1:

ZIMBABWE is an agrarian economy and most sectors are directly and indirectly linked to agriculture.

It provides employment and incomes directly and indirectly for about 67 percent of the population, supplies 65 percent of the raw materials required by local industry and contributes over 40 percent of total export earnings.

Agriculture is also key in pursuit of the growth of the rural economy as the sector is up to four times more powerful at reducing poverty and upscaling livelihoods than any other sector.

In fact, agriculture is the Vision 2030 accelerator, meaning getting the sector right presents great opportunities for inclusive rural economic development.

Guided by the aspirations underlying Africa Agenda 2063, the Government, through the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, commits to transform the sector by rolling out initiatives that positively influence performance of various agricultural sub-sectors.

Pursuant and consistent with President Mnangagwa’s clarion call to have all hands on deck in pursuit of Vision 2030, the ministry is implementing programmes bound and guided by the following blueprints:

Agriculture and Food Systems Transformation Strategy (2020 -2024);

Agriculture Recovery Plan (2020-2025)

Horticulture Recovery and Growth Plan (2020 -2025);

Livestock Recovery and Growth Plan (2020-2025);

Accelerated Irrigation Rehabilitation and Development Plan;

Farm Mechanisation Facilities; and

Integrated Agricultural Information Management System (AIMS)

All the sub-sector blueprints were aligned to aspirations underlying the first five-year National Development Strategy (NDS1) and crafted to engender the envisaged agricultural transformation agenda whose six outcomes are food security, import substitution, diversified exports

Journeying towards Vision 2030 agriculturally ZIMBABWE is an agrarian economy and most sectors are directly and indirectly linked to agriculture.

The signs are not looking good 23/04/2022

The signs are not looking good

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The signs are not looking good
24 Apr, 2022 - 00:04
Some people are still fulminating, hyperventilating, frothing at the mouth, having chest pains and continuing to remonstrate with Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa — founder of United Family International Church (UFIC) — for daring to invite ED to grace his Easter Conference in Chitungwiza last weekend, and, most annoyingly for them, deliver some unpalatable home truths.

Most often than not, the truth is unpalatable.

In his homily, the clergyman didn’t pull any punches or take any prisoners.

He expressed his unpleasant surprise at a curious breed of Zimbabweans that continues to interminably whine, whinge and sell the narrative that this sacred country is a failed State trapped in a permanent state of regression, when consequential projects of every size, shape and scale — talk of the US$1,5 billion Hwange Power Station expansion project, the US$300 million Beitbridge Border Post modernisation, and the US$600 million Harare-Beitbridge Road, among others —are springing up all around them.

All this they continue to ignore; worse, pretend they do not even exist.

Somehow, all the doomsday prophets, armchair critics and backseat drivers continue to see is doom and gloom.

“The ability that our people have to see what is not there and not be able to see what is there is a manifestation of a fallen nature,” diagnosed the prophet, adding: “We will cry and demand that you give us roads, but by the time you hand over that to us, we look at something else we don’t have. It’s a manifestation of a fallen nature.”

He, as Bishop Lazi often does, also agonised at the realisation that Zimbabwe is now afflicted by full-blown plague of career whiners and whingers who permanently dwell on social media, where all the rent they need is simply a smartphone, computer or laptop, to post their not-so-smart and toxic opinions.

The signs are not looking good Some people are still fulminating, hyperventilating, frothing at the mouth, having chest pains and continuing to remonstrate with Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa — founder of United Family International Church (UFIC) — for daring to invite ED to grace his Easter Conference in Chitungwiza last weekend...

IMF growth forecast instructive 23/04/2022

IMF growth forecast instructive

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/imf-growth-forecast-instructive

IMF growth forecast instructive Last week’s revision of the global growth forecast by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to a possible 3,6 percent from 4,4 percent is instructive.

The signs are not looking good 23/04/2022

The signs are not looking good

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/the-signs-are-not-looking-good

The signs are not looking good Some people are still fulminating, hyperventilating, frothing at the mouth, having chest pains and continuing to remonstrate with Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa — founder of United Family International Church (UFIC) — for daring to invite ED to grace his Easter Conference in Chitungwiza last weekend...

Requirements for entering SA market 03/04/2022

Requirements for entering SA market

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/requirements-for-entering-sa-market

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03 Apr, 2022 - 00:04
Word from the market

Lucius Phaleng

South Africa has a highly diversified, market-oriented agricultural economy that extends across various product ranges, including all major grains (except rice), oilseeds, deciduous and subtropical fruits, sugar, citrus, wine, most vegetables, livestock, and a well-developed poultry and egg industry. Value-added activities include the processing and preserving of fruit and vegetables, dairy products, livestock and grain mill products, amongst others.

Agriculture plays an important role in the process of economic development and can contribute significantly to household food security.

Despite its large agricultural potential and its significant exports, South Africa exhibits a high discrepancy between the population’s demand and the local production for many food products.

This gap must be filled by imports and the country has a large network of food importers and distributors.

According to the recent available trade data, South Africa’s main agricultural imports are palm oil, milled rice, wheat, oilcakes and herbicides etc. Additionally, the top five suppliers of imported agricultural products into South Africa include China, Eswatini, United states of America, Germany and India respectively.

South Africa remains one of the most important trading partners for Zimbabwe; with Zimbabwe importing 40 percent of its total imports and exporting 75 percent of its total exports to South Africa. To***co, raw cane sugar, raw hides and cotton are the main agricultural products exported by Zimbabwe to the world.

Currently South Africa import large volumes of to***co, black tea, oil-cake and macadamia nuts from Zimbabwe. It is critical to assess the potential products that can be traded between South Africa and Zimbabwe, however, this article only provides a generally overview on the documentation requirements .

Requirements for entering SA market South Africa has a highly diversified, market-oriented agricultural economy that extends across various product ranges, including all major grains (except rice), oilseeds, deciduous and subtropical fruits, sugar, citrus, wine, most vegetables, livestock, and a well-developed poultry and egg industry...

‘Honour heroes with hard work, development’ 03/04/2022

‘Honour heroes with hard work, development’

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/honour-heroes-with-hard-work-development

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03 Apr, 2022 - 00:04
Leroy Dzenga

Senior Reporter

Zimbabweans should honour the sacrifice of liberation war heroes through hard work and supporting development programmes championed by the Second Republic, President Mnangagwa has said.

He also encouraged Zimbabweans to establish businesses that outlive them and have the potential to continue benefiting surviving families, communities and the country.

He made these remarks at the memorial of the late Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) Commander, Lt-General Edzai Chimonyo, in Harare yesterday.

“As we remember and honour this departed gallant luminary and son of the soil, I challenge the nation to continue working hard and consolidating the development milestones we are registering under the Second Republic,” he said.

“Let us all play our part. We are stronger together; in unity, peace and harmony, we are building our country. Development and prosperity is ours as a nation.”

The President said the late army commander had understood the concept of business longevity and this is why his banana farming venture in Burma Valley is still thriving almost a year after his death.

“I am aware that the late Lt-Gen Chimonyo was also an accomplished farmer who was renowned for producing high-grade bananas in the Burma Valley. It is most encouraging that the enterprise remains a flourishing venture, which is evidence of the solid foundation laid by our departed hero,” said President Mnangagwa.

He exhorted those venturing into business or any other enterprise to make sure they create structures that can survive even after founder’s demise.

“This must equally inspire our farmers and businesspeople alike to establish intergenerational entities that transcend our lifetimes. We must seek to leave behind our families, communities and indeed our country as a whole better off,” he said.

‘Honour heroes with hard work, development’ Zimbabweans should honour the sacrifice of liberation war heroes through hard work and supporting development programmes championed by the Second Republic, President Mnangagwa has said.

Kunzvi Dam: A tale of hope, expectation & anxiety 03/04/2022

Kunzvi Dam: A tale of hope, expectation & anxiety

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/kunzvi-dam-a-tale-of-hope-expectation-anxiety

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03 Apr, 2022 - 00:04
Fatima Bulla-Musakwa

Headman Aegius Juru Dzvanga (87) was still relatively young and agile when the Government announced plans to construct Kunzvi Dam in Mashonaland East.

In fact, the major project was first mulled before Independence.

His three children were young and yet to bless him with grandchildren.

He now has four grandchildren.

During that time, his children were also yet to build their own houses inside the family compound.

However, for Headman Dzvanga, the prospect of witnessing the dam project take off during his lifetime appeared to be disappearing by the day as months turned into years before any work commenced.

When the Second Republic administration resuscitated the project last year, Headman Dzvanga’s hope was rekindled.

His community was bursting with joy and pride in hosting a historic developmental project that will change the face of the capital, Harare.

But that joy soon turned into disillusionment.

Kunzvi Dam will be situated at the confluence of Nora and Nyagui River in Goromonzi, and the headman’s family compound lies directly opposite the dam site in Dzvanga Juru Village under Chief Rusike.

As a result, his family is among dozens that are set to be relocated to make way for the huge water body.

According to Government, 258 households are going to be affected, with 32 having to relocate immediately to allow for onsite works.

Each of the 32 households will be resettled on 1,8-hectare plots.

But Headman Dzvanga dreads leaving a homestead he has spent decades developing.

“We are expecting to move, but we have not been told where we will be going,” he said.

“I am 87-years-old and don’t have the strength to move somewhere else and to start building a new home.”

Authorities last week met the affected communities, who are mainly from Murehwa wards 28 and 15, for a consultative meeting to discuss relocation plans.

Kunzvi Dam: A tale of hope, expectation & anxiety Headman Aegius Juru Dzvanga (87) was still relatively young and agile when the Government announced plans to construct Kunzvi Dam in Mashonaland East.

Govt pursues rural industrialisation 03/04/2022

Govt pursues rural industrialisation

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/govt-pursues-rural-industrialisation

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Sunday Mail Reporter

THE Government has adopted strategies to promote rural industrialisation through the streamlining of value chains in all economic sectors to growth points, President Mnangagwa has said.

This comes as the President said the decision to have all provinces taking turns to host the country’s Independence Day celebrations is a strategy to spotlight the provinces and ensure they get due attention while also showcasing their endowments. This year the celebrations are scheduled for Bulawayo.

In an article penned for this publication, President Mnangagwa said the strategies to promote rural industrialisation are also meant to curb rural pauperisatis0on through “thoughtless” densification of settlements.

“We must create and attract industries to rural areas to underpin the current countrywide drift towards greater urbanisation,” he said.

“To that end, factor endowments and gainful economic activity in given regions and areas should become the nucleus of rural industrialisation.

“We have adopted clear value chains across all sectors. These must now be interrogated and adapted for each region, so rural industries are built to beneficiate and create employment at growth points. Growth points are exactly that: nodes of rural economic growth through industrialisation.”

President Mnangagwa said the decision to hold the country’s 42nd Independence celebrations in Bulawayo is much more than a mere change of venue and geography but a profound statement on collective ownership of the day.

He said Independence Day celebrations will be rotated annually in all provinces in line with the devolution programme that engenders development across all the country’s provinces.

This year’s national Independence celebrations are much more special given the fact that for two consecutive years, the country could not mark the hallowed day due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Govt pursues rural industrialisation THE Government has adopted strategies to promote rural industrialisation through the streamlining of value chains in all economic sectors to growth points, President Mnangagwa has said.

Populism, violence: Red flags from CCC 03/04/2022

Populism, violence: Red flags from CCC

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/populism-violence-red-flags-from-ccc

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03 Apr, 2022 - 00:04
Major Action Mandingo (Retired)

OVER the past few weeks, there have been vain efforts to portray Nelson Chamisa and his yellow MDC trading as CCC as if they are gaining political ground across the country.

From the surface, one is actually tempted to be swayed by this populist narrative, but fortunately Zimbabwe is not one big mental hospital.

Political scientists coined the term populism for political developments such as the ones currently unfolding in Zimbabwe.

There is nothing unusual and nothing to fear about the developments.

In very simple terms, populism refers to the range of political stances or views that focus mainly on the idea of “the people”, and these people are usually juxtaposed against “the elite.”

From another perspective, this is a movement that claims to champion the causes of “the people” against perceived ruling elites.

Taking a cue from this populist narrative, Chamisa has in recent weeks been trying to present himself as the saviour of the people of Zimbabwe, while labelling ZANU PF as a party led by elites.

Unfortunately for Chamisa, his party is still viewed, described and understood as a puppet project formed and funded by the West.

His party’s origins and roots in sell-out politics remain firmly in place and there is no amount of aesthetics that can change this reality.

There is no way a puppet or sell-out opposition political party with Western roots can claim to be the defender of the people in Zimbabwe.

The narrative by Chamisa, in typical populist fashion, will excite some people for a while, but won’t last long.

While the gullible are going with the flow, some of us are worried about what this populist narrative will bring to the country’s national politics.

We know the tide will ebb and we know that soon many will come back to their sober senses.

When that happens, what will these opposition leaders.

Populism, violence: Red flags from CCC OVER the past few weeks, there have been vain efforts to portray Nelson Chamisa and his yellow MDC trading as CCC as if they are gaining political ground across the country.

President heads to Mozambique 03/04/2022

President heads to Mozambique

https://www.sundaymail.co.zw/president-heads-to-mozambique

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Kudakwashe Mugari

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa is expected to lead a high-powered delegation to Maputo, Mozambique, today for a three-day state visit.

A number of Memoranda of Understanding are expected to be signed to deepen relations between the two countries.

Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Ambassador Frederick Shava, Defence and War Veterans Affairs Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Felix Mhona, Energy and Power Development Minister Soda Zhemu, Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Sekai Nzenza as well as Deputy Chief Secretary in charge of Presidential Communications in the Office of the President and Cabinet Mr George Charamba are expected to accompany the President.

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Ambassador James Manzou said the agenda of the visit is to upgrade relations between the two countries to a Bi-National Commission (BNC).

“Previously, relations have been at the level of the Joint Permanent Commission of Cooperation, which was headed at ministerial level, but when the two Presidents met recently in Beira, they agreed to broaden the relations to the BNC.”

Ambassador Manzou said it is encouraging that relations between Harare and Maputo continue to deepen as they share a common view on issues of peace, stability, economic development, as well as regional and continental integration.

President heads to Mozambique PRESIDENT Mnangagwa is expected to lead a high-powered delegation to Maputo, Mozambique, today for a three-day state visit.

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