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President Mugabe Introduces New Law to Compel #Zimbabwe Banks to Accept Cattle and Goats as Collateral for Loans

Commercial banks in Zimbabwe will soon be compelled to accept livestock such as cattle, goats and sheep as collateral for cash loans to informal businesses under a new law presented to Parliament Tuesday. Under the Movable Property Security Interests Bill tabled for debate by Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa in the House …

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Nigerian becomes first African to fly solo around the world

Nigerian becomes first African to fly solo around the world   ABUJA – Nigerian airline pilot Ademola Odujinrin, known as “Lola”, has become the first African to fly solo around the world, his foundation Transcend said in a statement. The 38-year-old Nigerian left Washington in September last year aboard a …

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#Zimbabwe men must shape or ship out!

Zimbabwean men must shape or ship out! Kindly allow me to say something about this most exiting story I have just read from Bulawayo24 news media: My wife want to make me maid. Firstly I would like to let readers know that I am a feminist and a radical one …

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August Msarurgwa Zimbabwea musician

August Musarurwa (usually identified as August Msarurgwa on record labels) was the Zimbabwean composer of the 1950s hit tune Skokiaan (also known as Skokiyana, Skokian). HISTORY The most extensive description of Musarurwa is found in the Zimbabwean newspaper, The Herald[1]. According to The Herald, Musarurwa was born and raised in …

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