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Cottco Challenges Mwenezi Farmers

By Tawanda Mangoma in Chiredzi Government has challenged farmers in Mwenezi to increase cotton production to over 8 000 tonnes per season to influence the setting up of a new ginnery in the district. Addressing farmers during the launch of the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme at Rutenga Business Centre, Masvingo …

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Top cop speaks on Biti ‘deportation’ from Zambia

A TOP Zimbabwean police officer, involved in bringing MDC Alliance principal Tendai Biti home after the latter fled political persecution and sought refuge in Zambia, yesterday told a Harare magistrate that they ignored a Zambian High Court order prohibiting their actions because they were not cited in the matter. BY …

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Value add gold first before export

Many Zimbabweans might not be aware that the country has 13 million tonnes of proven gold reserves underneath it of which only 580 tonnes have been exploited since 1980, making it a country with the second largest gold reserves per square kilometre in the world. This is intriguing given that …

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Barclays Drags Employee to Court

By Nokutenda Chiyangwa A 43-year-old Barclays Bank employee appeared in court facing two counts of forgery and two counts of fraud after he allegedly transferred money from a client’s account into his family’s in order to convert it to personal use. The complainant in the matter is Barclays Bank. Cuthbert …

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Domboshava goes for gold

Tichaona Zindoga Political Editor A visit to Domboshava over the long weekend yielded a surprising bit of news. Domboshava is located in the north east of Harare in the land also known as Chinamhora communal areas in that familiar nomenclature of Rhodesian colonialists. The local chief is from the Chinamhora …

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