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Artists Join Efforts to Assist Cyclone Victims

Zimbabwean artists have come forward to offer relief to families affected by cyclone Idai, which is wreaking havoc in the south eastern parts of the country. This comes after tropical cyclone Idai barreled across the Chimanimani and Chipinge districts of Manicaland destroying schools, homes and churches. The death toll according …

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State engages ZMDC creditors

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business Reporter Government is engaging creditors owed millions of dollars by six mines owned by the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) that were last year tendered for partial privatisation, in a bid to stop continued property attachments and give the mining firms a chance to recover. Government, through …

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Muchenu’s Rise to the Helm of African Basketball Officiating

Very few women stand out in the manner with which Zimbabwean, Federation of International Basketball Association (FIBA) international referee, Annie Joyce Muchenu has dominated the sport on the African continent. In fact hers is a confirmation that with the right attitude and commitment, women in sport on the African continent …

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PPC feels the heat from imports

Bulawayo Bureau The country’s largest cement producer, Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) Zimbabwe, is feeling the heat from imports and has called on Government to promulgate protectionist laws to promote competitiveness of local producers. Government lifted a two-year import ban on some basic commodities, including cement, last October as a measure …

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Mhlauri Says Zim Football Being Left Behind

FORMER Warriors coach Charles Mhlauri says Zimbabwe football is being left behind by the pace of changes happening elsewhere in the game. The dreadlocked mentor, who is now based in the United States, said while progress has been made, the pace was not in line with what was happening elsewhere. …

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