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Mugabe to drive indigenisation at Sadc

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s ruling party says President Robert Mugabe will encourage indigenisation policies when he takes over as head of the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) in August. Last year, the 90-year-old was re-elected as deputy chair of the 15-nation body, putting him in line to be chairperson this year. Zimbabwe’s government …

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Morgan Tsvangirai: Where Zimbabwe goes from here

Editor’s note: Morgan Tsvangirai is president of the Movement for Democratic Change and former prime minister of the Republic of Zimbabwe. The views expressed are his own. Zimbabweans were sincere in congratulating Nigeria in becoming Africa’s leading economy earlier this year. We applauded its citizens and its leadership for overseeing the successful …

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Econet near to launching pay TV service called ipidi

Econet Wireless, it is emerging, will be launching a new subscription and “pay as you go” TV service called ipidi in the coming weeks to few months. A job advert for a marketing director that the company posted to its website last week Wednesday shows the company is looking to …

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Air Zimbabwe Managers Indicted In $10m Insurance Scam

VENTURES AFRICA – A board which runs the state-owned Air Zimbabwe has called for the arrest of more senior managers of the airline implicated in the aviation insurance scam involving more than $10 million. Three other Air Zimbabwe senior managers, including company secretary Grace Pfumbidzayi, general manager Innocent Mavhunga and …

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Children as young as 10 given farms in Zimbabwe land reform

An audit of Zimbabwe’s controversial land reforms has revealed that children as young as ten were allocated farms seized from whites, state media reported Tuesday. The audit found that policy regulations had been flouted by some people who acquired more than one farm and registered them in their children’s names. …

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