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Warrior joins Algerian giants

JOHANNESBURG — Highlands Park striker Charlton Mashumba has departed the newly-promoted Absa Premiership club in search of greener pastures in Algeria. KickOff Mashumba has reportedly penned a deal with Algerian Ligue 1 side USM Alger, after spending the past two seasons at the Lions of the North. The 25-year-old, who scored …

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Move to beneficiate cotton, farmers urged

Livingstone Marufu Zimbabwe Farmers Union (ZFU) has demanded more  small scale cotton farmers’ participation in the processing of raw cotton into lint in order to improve their lives and productivity on farms as they would earn more money. This comes after private ginners have illegally bought Government contracted cotton from …

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Bambo, Beefy jostle for Shabanie job

TWO former Harare City coaches Moses ‘Bambo’ Chunga and Philani ‘Beefy’ Ncube are jostling to replace Takesure Chiragwi at the helm of impoverished Premier Soccer league side Shabanie Mine, but the club cannot afford any of them. BY TERRY MADYAUTA Shabanie Mine have been looking to identify their next coach …

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IBWO hails ED’s policies

Golden Sibanda Senior Business Reporter 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 …

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July 30 Polls Best in 54 Years, Says Cross

Zimbabwe’s new Constitution, Government and Electoral Commission have put the country on the right path towards the most “reasonable” elections since 1964, former MDC-T policy advisor and Bulawayo legislator Mr Eddie Cross has observed. Mr Cross, who took up his first job in 1957, was probably using the referendum in …

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