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Chitembwe demands the best

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe is demanding the best from his players as the Green Machine host Yadah Stars tomorrow at the National Sports Stadium looking to turnaround their Premiership campaign for good following a recent dry spell. Fellow giants Dynamos will also be out …

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Reds, Real in titanic battle

KIEV. – When Liverpool and Real Madrid walk out at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev tonight, neck hairs prickling to the wonderfully overblown strains of Tony Britten’s choral Champions League theme, they will do so in the capacity of genuine European aristocracy. By the end of tonight, these two clubs …

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May Is International Internal Audit Awareness Month

A look at the varied responsibilities of the Internal Auditor … all in a day’s work! Achieving objectives For the most part, companies are in business to make money. Schools, charities, and other non-profit organisations may have the goal of educating, influencing behaviour, or helping those less fortunate. Regardless of …

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Poor Public Transport System Costs Zim

By Africa Moyo A weak public transport system, particularly in urban areas, is responsible for the siphoning of the much-needed foreign currency as citizens import cars to take them to work, analysts say. This comes as our sister publication Business Weekly in this week’s edition reports that about $4,5 billion …

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Sharuko on Saturday

FIFTEEN years ago, a teenage footballer whose Congolese father had arrived in Belgium as an immigrant in the late ‘70s, embarked on a professional career which, with the passage of time, would see him rise to captain the Belgian national team and Manchester City. He was only 17 and, in …

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