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Farmers Challenge Banning of Private Maize Sales

By Mary Taruvinga Two farmers Allan Markham and Clever Rambanapasi aggrieved by the banning of private maize sales by the government have approached the High Court to contest the move. Markham is a philanthropist who buys and sells maize in communities to support many charities. “One of the works I …

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NSSA Boss’s Trial Stopped After Voice Recorders Break Down

By Mary Taruvinga The trial in which former National Social Security Authority (Nssa) general manager, Elizabeth Chitiga is accused of swindling the parastatal of $31 million in a housing project scam could not proceed Thursday after voice recorders broke down. Chitiga had however pleaded not guilty to the charges when …

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Power Outages Severely Erode Companies’ Productive Capacity

By Cloudine Matola Surface Wilmar, one of Zimbabwe’s largest cooking oil producers, says power outages, poor industrial policies and lack of competitiveness are hampering the country from attracting investors. Speaking during a tour of the company’s plant on Tuesday in Chitungwiza, Surface Wilmar chairperson Narottan Somani said the country was …

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Warriors Handed Tough 2021 AFCON Qualification Draw

Zimbabwe’s Warriors face a tough qualification pathway for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations after being drawn in a tough Group H which features North African giants Algeria and Southern African rivals Zambia and Botswana. The top two countries at the end of the conclusion of the qualifiers will book …

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Mliswa Threatens to Sue Executive for Neglecting MPs’ Welfare

By Audience Mutema Firebrand MP for Norton Temba Mliswa Wednesday threatened to take the Executive to the Constitutional Court for alleged failure to honour its pledges towards legislators’ wages and their welfare. “I will draw to your attention, despite the high inflation, members of parliament are still not yet given …

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