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37 Eye Director-General’s Post

As the Sport and Recreation Commission continue their search for a substantive director-general, they have indicated they are hoping to have the interviews this week with 37 applicants vying for the job. The Sports Commission advertised for the job last month, for the third time, having done so twice last …

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Tackling Electoral Violence in Zimbabwe

By Sharon Hofisi Without doubt, July 30 2018 will have a profound impact on Zimbabwe’s path to economic growth, social cohesion, political stability and an entrenched culture of constitutionalism. Today I would like to emphasise on the need to shun electoral violence in all its forms. The act of terror …

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No Scheduled Hwange Rally – Charamba

President Mnangagwa was never slotted to address a rally in Hwange yesterday, Secretary for Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Mr George Charamba has said. “The President was never slotted to address a rally in Hwange today. He went in to simply ground break for Hwange 7 and 8 and then …

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Community knowledge greater than individual expertise

Charles Dhewa Correspondent While it is true that community knowledge is broader and deeper, most African farming communities hesitate to make decisions without consulting an extension officer. The need to cross-check and verify facts through an extension officer can be counter-productive if it causes farmers to stop experimenting and learning …

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Door Still Open for Taylor and Company

By Eddie Chikamhi Zimbabwe cricket selectors yesterday said the door is still open for senior players, including former captains Brendan Taylor and Graeme Cremer, who will not be part of the national team for the upcoming T20I triangular featuring Pakistan and Australia starting next week. Convenor of selectors Walter Chawaguta …

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Guyo, Mujuru on Trial in South Africa

Aces Youth Academy prodigy Nicholas Guyo, who is currently on the books of giants CAPS United, has left the country for trials in South Africa. Guyo and academy teammate Colin Mujuru are trying their luck with First National Division side Ubuntu Cape Town FC. One of the academy’s founders and …

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Tuku Goes for Big Day in Nyanga

Superstar Oliver Mtukudzi will tomorrow make his annual journey to Nyanga where he headlines winter festivities at Montclair Hotel and Casino. He will be supported by Alexio Kawara at a concert that will also be a closing ceremony to a golf tournament which takes place at Clairmont Golf Course in …

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Old Cities Scare Investors

By Enacy Mapakame Zimbabwean cities are too old, they are scaring off investors. The entire city-scape must be overhauled to improve competitiveness and attract investment in property and infrastructure, town planning experts have said. To do that the experts propose a complete re-look at city laws, hoping to force through …

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Ibwo Hails ED’s Policies

By Golden Sibanda Indigenous Business Women Organisation (IBWO) has hailed President Mnangagwa’s policy thrust saying his proposed cocktail of reform measures and programmes, some already being implemented, will turn around the economy, transform the lives of poor people, create employment and grow exports among others. IBWO president Jane Mutasa told …

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