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Fifa clear the air over World Cup tickets

Sikhumbuzo Moyo in MOSCOW, Russia FIFA have said non-participating countries at the World Cup that roars into life here on Thursday do not have an automatic allocation of the tournament tickets. This is contrary to claims by Harare City official, journalist and social media blogger, Hope Chizuzu, that tickets allocated …

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Tobacco farmers gross over $500m

Livingstone Marufu Business Reporter Tobacco farmers have grossed $515,1 million from 177,8 million kilogrammes that have been delivered 52 days into the 2018 marketing season, a gain of more than $95 million on revenues realised during the same period a year ago. During the same period in 2017, farmers earned …

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Wingate founding member dies

Takudzwa Chitsiga Sports Reporter WINGATE Golf Club members laid to rest one of the course’s founding members, Beryl Thal, who passed away last week. He was the oldest founding member of the club which has gone on to produce several top professionals like Brendon de Jong and Bruce McDonald. Thal’s …

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Zifa need to change attitude to Mighty Warriors

AGAINST all expectations, Zimbabwe’s female football national team, the Mighty Warriors, were beaten by Zambia and are out of the African Women’s Cup of Nations (AFWCON). NewsDay Comment The Mighty Warriors had won in Zambia and with the advantage of an away goal and playing at home, it was expected …

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High government spending and the economy

Civil service salaries are threatening to hit a staggering 120% of national budget in Zimbabwe as revealed by the minister of Finance. Guest Column David Mhlanga This is putting pressure on the critical economic revival agenda among other social objectives which are vital to the survival of the general population …

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