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Dairiboard CEO Mandiwanza Cleared of Gun Assault

Dairiboard Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Anthony Mandiwanza was Wednesday acquitted on charges of assaulting his security guard with a gun. Mandiwanza was hauled before the courts recently for an offence he allegedly committed in 2017. He was accused of bashing security guard Edmund Mutusva after finding him sleeping on duty. …

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‘World Cup to have little impact on Russia’

MOSCOW. – The 2018 soccer World Cup will have little lasting impact on the Russian economy, Rating agency Moody’s Investors Service said yesterday. Russia will host the world’s biggest soccer tournament from June 14 to July 15 in 11 cities in the European part of the country, having spent billions …

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Traffickers plot to sell Nigerians for sex at Russia’s World Cup

Officials in Nigeria said they had intelligence showing plans were well underway to traffic local women into Russia for the football tournament, exploiting a move by Moscow to let spectators enter the country with just a ticket and a fan pass. “This is a real present for traffickers,” said Julia …

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Food Riots – Court to Inspect Chikurubi Maximum Prison

A Harare court will next Monday inspect Chikurubi Maximum Prison as prosecutors seek to prove how nine convicts charged with inciting food riot tried to escape. The accused include former church leader Martin Gumbura who was jailed 40 years for rape as well as Lucky Mhungu, a notorious armed robber …

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Pure Oils to commission margarine plant in June

Livingstone Marufu Business Reporter Pure Oil Industries, which manufactures Zimgold cooking oil brand, is set to commission-state-of-the-art bakers fat and margarine plant in the next coming weeks as the firm moves to become an integrated oil extraction and processing company. The move comes  at a time when the cooking oil …

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