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Bread basket status for Zim: Financial inclusion the way to go

By David Mhlanga Many people who benefited from the 2000 land reform programme especially the communal and small-scale farmers are the victims of financial exclusion, rendering land one of the valuable assets a nation can have to be dead capital. Commentators, researchers and scholars have come up with their own …

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‘Special Anti-Graft Unit to Reinforce ZACC Operations’

The Special Prosecuting Unit is not meant to supersede or undermine the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission, but to reinforce its operations by ensuring a well-coordinated and comprehensive approach where all the investigating arms and prosecution elements operate in a coordinated manner. This was said by Presidential Press Secretary Mr George Charamba …

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Zanu-PF’s Manifesto Embraces All Races

By Gibson Nyikadzino The colonial history of Africa, Latin America and Asia makes a sad reading. The brutality that characterised the process highlighted the degree to which man, without restraint, can terribly get away with murder. Millions were displaced, maimed or murdered. History, which has been thoroughly edited, has given …

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Caps get perfect platform

BY GARISH PHIRI In their next five matches, Caps face five teams that are in the bottom half of the league table, of which three occupy relegation places. The teams include today’s opponents ZPC Kariba, Yadah, Mutare City Rovers, Bulawayo City and Chapungu are some of the league’s strugglers, who …

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Small-Scale Miners to Elect Leaders

By Ishemunyoro Chingwere The Zimbabwe Miners Federation, an umbrella board representing small- scale miners, has initiated the process to elect new leadership for the organisation beginning with a general council meeting to be held in Gweru next week. The federation’s membership, which now accounts for more than half of the …

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