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CUT Student in Debut Art Exhibition

By Lemuel Chekai A Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) student, Ruvimbo Maisva held her debut art exhibition themed Cheziya (from sweat) at a colorful event held in the capital last week. Maisva who has a commercials background from her Advanced Level studies said she themed her exhibition ‘Cheziya’ to celebrate …

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Another Post Election Report Throws Mnangagwa’s Legitimacy Into Question

By Lovejoy Mutongwiza A post-election report by the United States based International Republican Institute (IRI) and the National Democratic Institute (NDI) has once again exposed the shortcomings of the July 30 harmonised elections, throwing the legitimacy of President Emmerson Mnangagwa into question. In its report, the IRI/NDI, an independent international …

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Caledonia’s production drops

CALEDONIA Mining Corporation’s gold production for the nine months to September 30, 2018 fell by 0,4% to 39 558 ounces from 39 710 ounces recorded over the same period last year. The mining company, which runs Blanket Mine in Gwanda, saw its profit rise to $10,170 million up from $7,907 …

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Chiyangwa begs govt

BY KEVIN MAPASURE The Warriors are expected to leave for Liberia today for their Group G Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier against the hosts on Sunday, and Zifa have been busy in the past few days trying to secure the funds required. Foreign-based players will travel to Monrovia from …

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Zifa councillors back Chiyangwa

TEN of Zifa’s councillors yesterday reaffirmed their support for the football mother body’s president, Philip Chiyangwa, who is set to bounce back for a second term in office, as he is unchallenged for the December 1 elections. BY KEVIN MAPASURE FROM LEFT: Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa, his deputy Omega Sibanda …

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African govts fight ‘conflict diamonds’ resolution

BY RICHARD CHIDZA AFRICAN governments led by South Africa are fighting tooth and nail to stop the passing of a resolution by the Kimberly Process to expand the definition of “conflict diamonds”, it has been learnt. Civic society groups are pushing for the adoption of the resolution that activists argue …

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ED commitment charms Chinese

Felex Share and Ishemunyoro Chingwere The visiting Chinese business delegation, which is in the country to implement deals sealed between Zimbabwe and China, has said it has been impressed by President Mnangagwa’s commitment to transform the economy after years of regression. The delegation from Anhui Province yesterday met President Mnangagwa, …

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Govt to monitor companies allocated forex by RBZ

GOVERNMENT has proposed the establishment of a Foreign Currency Utilisation Monitoring Mechanism to monitor companies that receive foreign currency from the central bank. EVERSON MUSHAVA Addressing a Press briefing after the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa also called on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to urgently assist …

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$35 million for fuel, drugs

Herald Reporter The African Medallion Group, owned by South Africa-based Zimbabwean businessman Frank Buyanga, has availed nearly $35 million to procure and deliver fuel, pharmaceuticals and other products that are in short supply. This came after Government granted AMG the approval to do so following its request to assist. AMG …

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