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US flight attendant to mark 65 years serving air passengers

Bette Nash, age 86, has been named the longest serving flight attendant in the world, having worked 65 years this fall, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

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DeMbare fire blanks in drab draw - NewsDay Zimbabwe

But Ndiraya is adamant that the team’s is on the right track and wants fans onside.

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China vows to strengthen relations with Mnangagwa - The Zimbabwe Mail

HARARE – China is ready to conduct in-depth exchanges of governance experience with Zimbabwe and [...]

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2 bag the Daily Lotto jackpot! | News24

Here are the winning Daily Lotto numbers.

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World Bank classifies Zimbabwe as lower-middle-income country

The World Bank has classified Zimbabwe as lower-middle-income country for the current 2023 fiscal year. The Bank assigns the world's economies to four income gr...

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Video: Meet Young Stunna's Fifth Girlfriend

Watch: Meet Young Stunna's Fifth Girlfriend Sandile Msimango, popularly known as Young Stunna, has once again hogged the headlines

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Date set for gold coins rollout - Zimbabwe Situation

GOLD coins that were announced last week as a new measure and alternative to store monetary value, will be introduced into the market mid-this month

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Polygamist Mpilo Hospital acting CEO opens up on having three wives – Nehanda Radio

Mpilo Central Hospital acting chief executive officer Professor Solwayo Ngwenya has opened up about his polygamy revealing that he has three wives all living under the same roof.

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International Criminal Court marks 20th anniversary - NewZimbabwe.com

Spread This NewsBy Associated Press THE HAGUE: The International Criminal Court marked the 20th anniversary of its establishment Friday as its prosecutors probed war crimes in countries around the world, including what one expert called a “make or break” investigation in Ukraine. The court, long criticised for tackling only crimes in Africa and failed prosecutions

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Mourns MDC T Official, State to Fund Funeral

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent his condolence message to the family of the late Home Affairs minister, Giles Mutseyekwa, who died on Monday after a short illness.